Turn off These 6 Dangerous Inner Dialogues That Kills Your Brain Power

Have you ever had an internal dialogue playing on loop in your brain? Your mind seems to be always working even when things are quiet. We don’t only use this dialogue to solve problems, we also spend part of our time having an internal conversation with ourselves. We have a world happening inside our heads replete with catch phrases and mantras. Most of us don’t even realize that we’re having this conversation. Michael Singer, author of The Untethered Soul, likens this mental chatter to our “inner roommate.” Your inner roommate…

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A Fun Way To Silence Your Inner Bullies

Have you ever wondered if there’s a way to turn off some of those critical voices inside your mind? Sometimes they just go on and on, don’t they? If you have some challenges with negative self-talk, or if you get stuck on remembering hurtful things people have said to you in the past, this quick and fun NLP technique just might work wonders for you. The aim of this exercise is to help you rapidly achieve more peace of mind, and to gain more mastery over your emotional state, all of…

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How to Use Your Inner Contrarian to Generate Endless Content Ideas

This is a guest contribution from Matt Clough. Whether your blog falls within a niche with apparently endless opportunities or a dreaded “boring” one, the one thing that all bloggers (and writers in general) come up against at some point or another is writer’s block. You might have covered every conceivable question your readers might ask; you may simply be burned out. However, by embracing the inherent psychological trait of contrarianism, you can unlock a veritable treasure trove of content ideas. No matter whether you’re someone who delights in playing devil’s…

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Hillary Channels Her Inner Bernie To Sway Millennials On “SNL”

“So thank you millennials, for lending your support to the biggest outsider Jew in the race — Hillary Rodham Clinton.” “Millennials, you're voice is important. You're the ones who will decide the election,” Clinton says. “Because there are so many of you… so, so many.” The skit narrowed in on the former Secretary of State's struggle to acquire strong support from millennials, as people under 30 have continued to favor her New York-bred opponent. The SNL sketch went on as any other Clinton ad would…until she started speaking in a…

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