If you want to sharpen your mind, decrease stress and improve the quality of your life, meditation can help. Meditation cultivates mindfulness and is a drug-free way to control and prevent anxiety and, to a certain extent, depression. It can also help you cope with physical pain or discomfort, such as back pain or headaches. The […]Read more
Now, it’s your turn to speak!
Quite often, anxiety and public speaking go together. Many people experience sweaty palms, a racing heart and shallow breathing whenever they are in front of an audience. The scientific term for this fear is glossophobia. However, public speaking doesn’t have to be that way. With practice, you can turn your anxiety into pleasure and excitement, and […]Read more
Health Flash – Interacting with nature
Nature walks are as good as meditation or sleep. Time spent in nature can improve cognitive function, boost creativity and reduce stress, anxiety and exhaustion.Read more
RHETORIC. The app is here!
Originally posted on Manner of Speaking:
My friend and business partner, Florian Mueck and I are thrilled to announce the launch of the app for Rhetoric – The Public Speaking Game™. It has been an incredible journey. A few years ago, we looked for board games specifically designed for public speaking but could not find any. Because…
From FOMO to JOMO
If you often think the grass is greener on the other side, then look again. You may be experiencing FOMO – the fear of missing out. People with FOMO constantly think that they would be happier in a different set of circumstances. They feel that they are missing out on the “perfect lives” that some people project on social […]Read more
The Mental Runner
“I don’t want any easy life. I want a wonderful life, and easy things are rarely wonderful.” – The Mental Runner Chad, who goes by the pseudonym – The Mental Runner, struggles with mental health issues. He suffers from bipolar disorder, depression and anxiety. Chad was in and out of hospitals and doctors didn’t hold out […]Read more