Being Positive is an Art of Living

"Art of Living"Many people possess a great deal of ability of speaking and putting forward their thoughts to motivate people.  Dynamic personality’s around the world who are great speaker’s have showed the strength of their expression and inspired common people to walk in pursuit of making this world a better place to live.

It is equally essential for a person to think bigger and broader when he or she thinks they can over whelm the public with their motivational quotes when put forward to them, when such feeling exists in the mind it takes not any longer for them to reach great heights of success and thus their achievements they exhibit in their thoughts some or the other way.

As we talk about famous quotes or motivational thoughts, we must understand that any one of us who gets carried away by reading such interesting lines said by someone somewhere ,are all based on a true sense of optimism and positive indications.

There are huge ups and downs going on in this world and people a majority of them are filled with dejection, fear always keeps rolling in minds be it money matters, protection of family, a sportsman’s desire to perform in his game and struggle to remain consistent, or difference between views in countries around the world which broke up wars as they still effects generations, these are just few things to name but there are enough number of hard ships human being suffering in and out.

But what does the trick when a sensible approach to generate a feeling full of tolerance and justice comes in the middle in the form of words just makes things to determine positivity among individuals instantly.

Even common man are now given the chance to keep their mentality and show the brilliance of their attitude as they come up with extraordinary thoughts to signify human optimism and excel the joy of being one and respectful to others.

When you sit over the internet and look in to Professor Prosperity the platform it provides , you would certainly take the chance to at least once relax and think whether a burning desire to exhibit your feeling that hold the potential to effect others life can be mentioned here as identified.

Professor Prosperity invites young minds to most experienced and creative individuals who has that ability and likes to take stand and take part to share the common interest of like minding and be aware of others capabilities to express spontaneous and zeal full gestures that can work wonders to bring a positive change as people observes globally. Who knows a captivating thought makes you famous over night?

Becoming The Best Possible You That You Can Be

"Personal Guide For Women"Whenever things go bad in our lives, one of the most clichéd responses in modern times has to be the encouragement that says “you still have your health”.   Of course this has become almost a non-response anymore, but at the end of the day, who we are is really all we have to give.  It therefore becomes important for each of us to become the best representation of humanity that we can be.

But how do we accomplish this?  It’s one thing to say “I will be a better person”, quite another to affect the changes necessary to become one.

The first thing you should do is take a long, hard look at yourself, and ask yourself some tough questions, identifying those values that you hold most dearly, make a thorough assessment of your talents and interests, and look for ways to put them all together practically, creatively, and productively.

Never underestimate the power of integrity.  Put your values into practice.  As the song says, start today to be someone you’d be proud to know.  Do what you say and say what you mean.  Remember that our reputation is what other people think of us….character is who we are when no one is watching.

Strive toward change in your life and the lives of those around you.  Share some of your time, talent, and resources to bring about systematic change that benefit everybody.  Find issues that concern you, compel you, and inspire you.  You will be surprised at just how much satisfaction you will receive from such endeavors.

Avoid conspicuous consumption.  Rethink your use of products with dubious values, or that have been produced through questionable means.  Reuse whatever you can, and look into borrowing what you need rather than making unnecessary expense.  Although this author debunks the myth of global warming, recycling is still a good idea and should be put into practice, if for no other reason than to make us more aware and responsible for what we use and throw away.

Change your diet.  Whenever possible, eat plant based foods produced close to where you live. Grown organically, and largely unprocessed.  This will improve not only your health, but the environment and lives of other people.

Learn a new language.  This is coming from somebody who made straight D’s in high school Spanish, but that notwithstanding, acquiring a new language is a rewarding skill and will also open you up to new and different and exciting cultures.

Find a new hobby.  We all need pastimes, things that we do strictly for our own enjoyment.  Is there a sport you have always wanted to learn?  A musical instrument you wanted to pick up?  Perhaps you’re an unsung writer with various and wonderful tales spinning around in your head just waiting to be put to paper.  Find what interests you and do it.  From fencing, golf, rock climbing, football, canoeing, or ice skating, pottery, Italian cooking, dancing, wine appreciation, web design…the possibilities are endless!

Have an inspirational room.  Your environment goes a long way toward setting the mood and tone for your life.  I live in a small apartment and decided to decorate it to reflect surroundings in which I feel comfortable and inspire me creatively.  The end result was a movie motif, with posters and other memorabilia adorning the walls and shelves.  It makes it very easy to get inspired to do well and go far every day.

Face your fears.  We are all afraid of something.  Some of us dread the thought of speaking in public, while some of us relish the idea.  Fear paralyzes us and prevents us from growing.  Face your fears and overcome them.  This author plans on facing his fear of heights by skydiving in the coming year.

Become a morning person.  Wake up early.  I was a musician for twenty years, and was used to sleeping late almost every day.  Over the last year, I have had to become a morning person out of sheer necessity, and I have come to relish it.  Usually at work and productive by 7AM, off by 3PM, and with the bulk of the day still ahead of me to enjoy other pursuits.  You’ll be surprised at just how much more energy you have to face the day.

And finally, be persistent.  Never stop putting change into practice.  Fundamentally changing your life may be difficult at first, but the more you put into it, you will find it slowly becoming second nature.  At some point the process of change will become the new you.

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Do You Consider Hearing Music Will Help Us to be Effective Much Better?

There are lots of people who like to listen to music when they work and that i am considered one of them. I believe it is helps me focus more on the task at hand. Obviously I can imagine that there are people who listen to music because it helps them NOT to focus on their job.

Whilst there may be many reasons for wishing to listen to music in the workplace, can it really improve your productivity?

We know that music can alter your mood. Films have been using musical scores for years to create the right mood for a scene. At times you hardly notice the music at all but you are very receptive to the mood being conveyed. So can we use music to put us in a “productive” mood?

Research seems to support such a claim. For example, a trial where 75 out of 256 workers at a large retail company were issued with personal stereos to wear at work for four weeks showed a 10% increase in productivity for the headphone wearers. Other similar research conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois found a 6.3% increase when compared with the no music control group.

So if we accept that music does increase productivity, does it matter what types of music we listen to? Does all music have the same effect or are certain types better in certain circumstances?

If your goal is to increase your concentration then music which has a constant, easy beat and light melodies are recommended. These are said to be good for those trying to study as they help you pace your reading to aid focus and memorizing. Baroque music is reported as an excellent example, especially the works of Vivaldi, Bach and Handel.

Rock music can have a similar effect. According to a report in the journal Neuroscience of Behavior and Physiology, the Russian Academy of Sciences discovered that a person’s ability to recognize visual images, including letters and numbers, is faster when either rock or classical music is playing in the background.

If you are aiming to be more productive through being more relaxed, then you may be interested to learn that research has shown that music with an upbeat rhythm can reduce stress hormone levels by as much as 41%.

Some of the most publicized studies into whether listening to music increases productivity have centered on what has been termed the “Mozart effect”. The term got its name after a study showed that college students had performed better solving mathematical problems when listening to classical music. The effect of listening to Mozart does not appear to be limited to humans either. Apparently cows will produce more milk if Mozart is played.

There are lots of people who like to listen to music when they work and that i am considered one of them. I believe it is helps me focus more on the task at hand. Obviously I can imagine that there are people who listen to music because it helps them NOT to focus on their job.

Whilst there may be many reasons for wishing to listen to music in the workplace, can it really improve your productivity?

We know that music can alter your mood. Films have been using musical scores for years to create the right mood for a scene. At times you hardly notice the music at all but you are very receptive to the mood being conveyed. So can we use music to put us in a “productive” mood?

Research seems to support such a claim. For example, a trial where 75 out of 256 workers at a large retail company were issued with personal stereos to wear at work for four weeks showed a 10% increase in productivity for the headphone wearers. Other similar research conducted by researchers at the University of Illinois found a 6.3% increase when compared with the no music control group.

So if we accept that music does increase productivity, does it matter what types of music we listen to? Does all music have the same effect or are certain types better in certain circumstances?

If your goal is to increase your concentration then music which has a constant, easy beat and light melodies are recommended. These are said to be good for those trying to study as they help you pace your reading to aid focus and memorising. Baroque music is reported as an excellent example, especially the works of Vivaldi, Bach and Handel.

Rock music can have a similar effect. According to a report in the journal Neuroscience of Behavior and Physiology, the Russian Academy of Sciences discovered that a person’s ability to recognize visual images, including letters and numbers, is faster when either rock or classical music is playing in the background.

If you are aiming to be more productive through being more relaxed, then you may be interested to learn that research has shown that music with an upbeat rhythm can reduce stress hormone levels by as much as 41%.

Some of the most publicised studies into whether listening to music increases productivity have centred on what has been termed the “Mozart effect”. The term got its name after a study showed that college students had performed better solving mathematical problems when listening to classical music. The effect of listening to Mozart does not appear to be limited to humans either. Apparently cows will produce more milk if Mozart is played.

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