There are people who eat healthily, train regularly for years, seem to be rested and are obviously in good shape. Often we envy these people. Their lifestyle seems to be so effortless. We struggle already when trying to get out of bed in the morning or drinking enough water.
There is a myriad of issues connected to excessive screen use. Today I want to touch the findings, how the screen devices affect our lives and how we can claim back our freedom
Everybody has a certain way to think about time. We prioritize experiences and events in the past, present or future. Our “concept of time” influences the way on how we act and even how successful we are in certain parts of our lives, for instance developing further as a professional athlete.
Kürzlich hatte ich eine Diskussion mit Studenten und eine der am häufigsten gestellten Fragen war, ob es möglich ist, Prüfungsangst, Lampenfieber und möglicherweise auch Blackout zu vermeiden.
We are spending more than 82.000 hours of our lives in our job or profession. The idea that it is probably better to be happy with our job is....
To change cut in habits can be a bit tricky and requires some patience and perseverance. Scientific research is showing though, that some habits are easier to change than others. To be more successful on the long run you should first choose to change a behavior which requires less energy and willpower.
While our habits sometimes perpetuate unwanted behavior (e.g. procrastination); they can on the other hand support a healthy and successful lifestyle without the need to push our will power to the limit. Habits have the purpose to save our energy. This mechanism can be beneficial and helpful for our health and success in our lives, … Continue reading Are we at the mercy of our habits?