7cups. Skills You Need - Helping You Develop Life Skills. 6 Mind Expanding Movies That Will Make You Question Reality And Life. 8 Ways to Stop Over-Thinking and Find Peace in the Present Moment. We all do our best to stay positive, but occasionally we can slip into negative thinking patterns that can wreak havoc on our lives.
We might worry about our past mistakes or current stresses, and how these could lead to negative outcomes in the future. We might obsess about or over-analyze regular experiences and interactions, reading into them things that aren’t actually there. We might find that as soon as one bad thing happens, we associate it with all the other bad things that have happened in our lives and begin to feel miserable. We might feel anxious in the present, having a hard time getting out of our own heads as we worry and obsess about the things that could go wrong. Hive - A Network of Global Leaders. Slide Decks The full 500 slide presentation from the January 17-20, 2014 program at the Change.org offices in San Francisco.
Download here.Dave Kashen on building an awesome company culture. Download here. Videos from Past Hives Building Your Team Culture – Dave Kashen Mindfulness – Rich Fernandez The Future of Technology – Aaron Frank Creating a Sustainable World in Our Lifetime Keynote at the United Nations for the Nexus Global Youth Summit – July 2013 Bringing Silicon Valley Innovation to Washington D.C.
Keynote at the NextGen Government Summit in Washington D.C. – July 2013 The Innovation Age A 245 slide presentation on the past, present, and future of humanity and how well our species has actually done in the last 200 years on key measures like life expectancy, infant mortality, per capita income, and poverty reduction and the great generational opportunity of creating a sustainable world in which every human has access to basic human needs.
Connect. Hive - A Network of Global Leaders. Ryan Allis. How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Your Art Homework Done. I have written this article for students who are sick of leaving their art projects to the last minute.
It is for those who are tired of nagging teachers and parents who glare at them with disappointed eyes. It is for the chronic underperformer: for whom detentions, reprimands, phone calls home, referrals to Dean, quiet chats in the hallway, sticker charts, bribery (rewards from parents for passing), withdrawal of privileges, begging, snide sarcasm and attempts at reason seldom work. It is for those who slide under the radar: who manage to complete things to a satisfactory – but rarely brilliant – standard. It is for those who avoid homework for as long as possible, only gaining feverish, panic-driven momentum in the days or hours before the project is finally due.
The strategies contained within this blog post are practical, straight forward suggestions that have been compiled with the sole purpose of quashing procrastination in a high school Art student. 100 Art Therapy Exercises - The Updated and Improved List - Expressive Art Inspirations. (Fritz Perlz - Gestalt Therapist) Here is a popular internet list of art therapy activities originally posted up many years ago by the Nursing School Blog, and as time has gone by over half of the links have become defunct or out of date.
I have researched current links that reflect the inspiring art therapy directives on the internet today, while aiming to keep them as close as possible to the original list. Warmly, Shelley Klammer Emotions Deal with emotions like anger and sadness through these helpful exercises. Draw or paint your emotions. Relaxation Art therapy can be a great way to relax. Paint to music. Happiness. Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive creative genius. Anti Wantrepreneur - Real Advice From Real Entrepreneurs. Converting Wantrepreneurs One at A Time.
80 How-To Sites Worth Bookmarking. Lifehack - Tips for Life. Tuts+ Inspiration — Chris Cureton, Brand Consultant & Designer. Top 20 Motivation Hacks – #7. Quick intro: I first intended this Top 20 list to be in a single post, but I decided that breaking them into separate posts would allow me to concentrate on each a little more.
So, I present my list of the Top 20 Motivation Hacks. A number of people have commented that I must be dedicated to achieve some of the goals I’m going for: exercise, frugality, organization, healthy eating, etc. Well, I don’t believe in someone being naturally “dedicated” … it’s all a matter of motivation. You can achieve anything if you motivate yourself enough.
30 Tips to Help You Get Your Swagger Back Ploomy - a blog for guys. We’ve all been through it at some point.
I’m talking about that rut, funk, spell or period in our lives where we feel like we’ve lost our swagger. There are many reasons why this loss in confidence occurs (I’ll let you fill in the blanks), but when it happens to you, it sucks major. Master the Art of the To-Do List by Understanding How They Fail. Hi Janet, Thanks for your interesting piece.
30 Challenges for 30 Days. Did you know that it takes 30 days to form a new habit?
The first few days are similar as to how you would imagine the birth of a new river.