I had the opportunity to return to the University of Utah recently. Over a decade ago I graduated with a degree in Business Finance. Now I return to obtain degree in Food; at least of personal study of it.
There is a new Bistro there and I got to interview the Chefs and taste their delicious…Continue
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“Research by Tania Singer at the Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences and Clemens Kirschbaum from the Dresden University of Technology found that being exposed to someone in a stressful situation can trigger stress responses in your own body.”
You are no doubt aware of how…Continue
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Welcome to 'Monday Mastery' with Brian Holmes! Each Monday morning, we provide you a video segment that is designed to encourage, motivate, challenge, and develop you as a leader and influencer. In this segment, Brian continues series on Time Mastery. In this…
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Mirror, Mirror on the wall, who sees the person following their call?
I see some grey and more crows feet. I see someone still giving it a shot on the…Continue
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“A study reported by The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN) (1) found that women whose blood levels of vitamin D reached healthy levels through supplementation during a diet and exercise program lost more weight than those whose blood levels did not.”
Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to…Continue
Without emotional intimacy in a marriage, spouses become two business partners or roommates living under the same roof. When there is emotional intimacy in a marriage spouses feel respected, loved and appreciated. Emotional intimacy provides a sense of security for the marriage. Without emotional intimacy a marriage is diseased.
How do couples become business…Continue
We live in a day where there are SO many opportunities to learn, grow, and consume great content. One of the most awesome ways is those mediums that come to us by way of the internet. What is really great is that ALL of these can be done on a computer, smart phone, tablet, or otherwise. This is the way I do SO…Continue
In the last post, we looked at 5 of the 7 ways to get better sleep. Click here to read part 1 Sleep is something that we need to make us better and prolong life. Let’s jump right in and finish off with the last 2 ways.
6. Make your bedroom a…Continue
A few weeks ago, I posted this statement to my Facebook page and got quite a response:
“If you want to be a Naptime CEO, you cannot simply accept the world’s definition of success, you need to create your own definition of success.”
(btw, if you haven’t already liked my page over there, check it out and consider joining us.)
All to often, people who want to start a business are afraid to…Continue
Each day is an opportunity to move forward, to move back, or to stay right where you are. One of the things that can determine whether you decide to move in any direction at all is your perception of the successes you experience in life. If you feel as though you are being successful your tendency will be to keep moving forward, to climb higher mountains.
But what about when you are not moving forward and you are either moving back or staying right where you are?…Continue
Welcome to 'Monday Mastery' with Brian Holmes! Each Monday morning, we provide you a video segment that is designed to encourage, motivate, challenge, and develop you as a leader and influencer. In this segment, Brian begins a new series on Time Mastery. In this…
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Saving the world one parent at a time is a difficult challenge, but someone has to do it.
Now I don’t intend to put on tights (sorry ladies or I should say you’re welcome ladies), throw a cape around my neck, and save parents from the zombie apocalypse. Although that would be really cool, I plan on doing it in a more practical manner.
Being a parent is challenging. In addition to your career, money, marriage, relationship, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians; you are…Continue
“Think of your brain as a huge tree, with thousands of tiny branches, and they all have leaves, which are like your new experiences that need watering. Your context via interaction with your environment designs the maps of physical, mental and spiritual realms. Highly nutritious food is the fuel and a…Continue
The Tuesday night brainstorming session is great, great, great idea. I'm looking forward to it every week now -- and learning so much. Thanks to Dan and Jen and the 48 Days team.
Do you remember chain letters? A letter arrived in the mail promising fortune, recipes or good luck. (I even received a few that promised free undies. Really!) The catch: You had to copy the letter (by hand because computers weren't personal yet) and send it to seven friends (in the mail). If you failed to do so within 48 hours, the letter predicted loss, heartbreak… even death.
This writer’s blog tour reminds me a bit of a chain letter—without the dire…Continue
Part III: In June, Comes the Winter of Our Discontent…
…And now for the rest of the story.
My first year teaching was a hard one. Everyone said it was rare for a teacher’s first school year to be as rough as mine. …Continue
In Loving Memory of My Grandmother
Ida Jean DeSimone Antczak: March 27, 1922 to July 12,…Continue
One of the classic images of the Navy is the Battleship firing all guns broadside. You can see the flames and the shock wave. You can imagine the impact of the 16 inch shells. Nine projectiles, each weighing as much as your car, simultaneously hit a target over 10 miles.
This iconic image taught me more about marketing than I learned in my MBA. Since you paid for my college education…Continue
As my friend started telling me all the things he was doing and how busy he was, I had to ask him something. “When do you make time to sleep?” His response was something funny, yet very sad. He simply said, “I will get enough sleep when I am dead.” While funny in passing, if you look at the heart of this statement it is full of sadness.…Continue