Good habits are not out of reach if you know the secrets for how to stick to them. Two behavior experts explain how.
“When you want to hurry something, that means you no longer care about it…” The question is, Why did you stop caring?
Getting the old gang together brings comfort and new perspective. What we didn’t say when young—and what we are free to say when old
Adriane Berg says that senior discounts are a form of ageism—segregating oldsters based purely on age. And it’s not right.
Taking the time to celebrate your successes (what I call “jumping for joy”) can boost motivation. But not everyone is so good at self-acknowledgement…
If you want excellence, it takes commitment and endless patience. I watched it this weekend.
The social dilemma of unsolicited advice. Too much given…too much received. Know when to help and when to hush.
People tend to be accident prone not because of some inherent characteristic or fate, but because of their choices and habits, which can be changed.
If you love someone, you worry about them, right? Maybe not. Turn down the worry…turn up the love.
We are in a death spiral of biased messaging throughout the media. Seeing the distortion is step one in breaking free.
Reflections on my time as a ballroom dancer. A world that touches the physical, spiritual and emotional. A magical place where everyone is “beautiful”.
Finding the right community for retirement gives individuals the “last laugh” in their next chapter of life. You have the freedom to choose.
There are more effective ways to alter our habits—and they have to do with how we see ourselves.
Good words, good deeds, good thoughts. If we all just follow those six words, what a wonderful world it can continue to be.
Worry is useless and just fuels anxiety. Here’s the simplest and most effective way to face your fears…and even resist temptation and stick to your goals.
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