Monday, April 16, 2012

Your Brain Controls Your Future

What if I told you that right now there’s
a part of your brain that is so old and so
ancient that it can’t tell the difference
between the life or death danger of a tiger
that is about to attack…

…and the perceived danger of the challenges
of everyday tasks like going to work, paying
the bills and socializing with others.

And that if you don’t learn about how this
part of your brain works and how to control it,
that it could control you and your life…forever.

Imagine however that there was a technique
that you could use right now to relax and
manage this part of your brain and that it
was literally…at your fingertips.

And that learning this technique could help
you with things like we*ght loss, your finances,
pain relief, anxiety, procrastination, fears and
phobias and much more.

New science on how this technique is
changing the brain is going to both shock
and amaze you and have you wondering,
why didn’t I know about this sooner?

Go here to see a video about this technique
and how you can start using it today to literally
rewire the way your brain works…

To having a healthy brain,

Monday, April 2, 2012

51 Tips to Reduce Workplace Stress

1) Stop eating junk food – fattening/sugary sweet foods
2) Start eating healthy food – morning, lunch, dinner
3) Good foods for stress – Avocado, beef, milk, oatmeal, salmon, spinach, tea, walnuts
4) Eat foods you are not allergic to


1) Eat 1 to 2 litres of water daily
2) Cut down coffee and caffeine drinks
3) Drink herbal teas
4) Drink less alcohol

1) Regular exercise outside work hours
2) During work hours – walk up and down stairs
3) Go for lunch time walk or exercise
4) Regular stretching – breaks


1) Most of us are shallow breathers – take deep breath
2) Breathe in for 7, hold for 7, out for 7, rest of 7

1) Ensure your correct posture at desk
2) Check chair/desk – ergonomically

1) During breaks – share ‘appropriate’ jokes
2) Share the funny things you do
3) Create fun activities at work

1) Ask for help if needed
2) Offer help if appropriate
3) Keep emails and communication professional
4) Say No when you want to say Yes – do your work first

Work Load

1) Don’t skim on work because short days
2) Do essential work first

1) Ensure you are getting adequate sleep
2) Daylight saving changes routines – work at keeping regular times
3) Get help if not sleeping properly

Get Organised
1) Create important list of important ‘to do’s
2) Get systems in place for workload

Pleasant Work Environment
1) Get plants or flowers in office
2) Have healthy nibbles available
3) Use Aromatherapy oils

Self Motivate Yourself

1) Positive quotes on display
2) Treasure map of goals
3) Picture of holiday destination
4) Plan relax on days off work

Stress Release Exercising
1) Mediate and or Power Naps during lunch break
2) Yoga and massages
3) Stress Balls

Health Products

1) Vitamin and minerals
2) Herbs and Back flowers
3) Aromatherapy
4) Acupuncture and kinesiology

Mental Health
1) Think – This too shall pass
2) Don’t talk about work outside work
3) Think – Life is too short to be stressed
4) Don’t like your job – start searching for another one.

1) Sing in the car and listen to your favourite music
2) Listen to easy listening music that does not ‘rattle the brain’.
3) Dance and wiggle to your favourite tunes…

Tips supplied by Janice Davies
In: Melbourne, Sydney and
Brisbane in July 2012.
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