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Why The Placebo Effect Can Be Our Greatest Health Ally

By: Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD Recently a colleague accused me of engaging the placebo effect. He remarked, “You are far too wonderful and I cannot replicate your results. Perhaps you’re not just making the changes with neurofeedback but are instead enhancing the placebo effect with your personality.” I thought, “Why, of course. In […]

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7 Tips to Stay in the Writing Zone

by Diana Raab, Ph.D. One of the issues that arise when working on a longer, book-length project is figuring out how to stay in the creative writing zone. Sometimes there are impending deadlines inspire us to work, but there are also days when we just do not feel like writing. In this fast-moving world, it […]

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More Tips to Improve Your Focus

by Kusha Karvandi In the last article we explored how things like building confidence and reminding yourself of your goals can help improve your focus.  Here are a few other tips to help you concentrate and achieve your goals! Stop Multitasking Many people love to talk about multitasking, but in actual fact multitasking is impossible. […]

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Tips To Improve Your Focus

by Kusha Karvandi All elite athletes know that training the brain is the key to success. It doesn’t matter how hard you train your body, if you can’t maintain full focus during critical moments your performance will suffer. Not just in athletic endeavors, either- successful business people and artists will tell you that in all […]

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How Beliefs Can Ruin or Transform Your Life

by Kac Young PhD, ND, DCH All the talk in the New Year about resolutions won’t get you anywhere but disappointed. Statistics show that only 8% of people who make New Year’s Resolutions are successful.  Why is that? Are we all losers? Far from it. There is a definite secret to making changes stick. You […]

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Real and Present Dangers – Ebola and Other Fears

by Dr. Froswa’ Booker-Drew I was in Austin, Texas at a conference and usually in the mornings, I spend time in prayer and meditation. I have a variety of devotional materials that I read ranging from the spiritual to the secular. These readings serve as motivation for me to stay focused and keep perspective on […]

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Change Your Mood on the Count of Three!

by Kac Young Ph.D. ND, DCH So what (or who) ticked you off today? Someone at work? A phone call you received, or didn’t receive? Some bad news from a friend or relative, or did you just get up on the wrong side of the bed? It happens to all of us. One day our […]

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