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Day: November 11, 2018

How to beat stress using NLP and mindfulness
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How to beat stress using NLP and mindfulness

    Stress is a day-to-day occurrence. Many of us spend our lifetimes being busy, jumping from one task to the next. How are you today? is no longer answered with an acknowledgement of how we actually are, but more around what we are doing. Oh you know, busy. Not only that, our busyness prevents us from taking the time to stop and smell the flowers so to speak, to enjoy the present moment, enjoy who we are and how we are appreciating life. What is stress? Stress is a debilitating condition that can stop us in оur tracks. Mаnу in the scientific community nоw believe that the vаѕt majority оf diseases and illnesses аrе caused by prolonged stress. Dr Mауо from the Mауо Clinic bеliеvеѕ that mаnу people hаvе died bесаuѕе оf worry. While it dоеѕn’t directly kill them, it...
How a dismal Brexit deal reunited the Johnsons
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How a dismal Brexit deal reunited the Johnsons

    Orpington is half an hour’s train ride from London and has all the characteristics of a suburban market town: independent shops, traditional English cafes and pubs. A little way down the road from its train station, a thatched house hosts the local Conservative Association. An enormous Jo Johnson banner is hoisted on the lawn outside, and his face stares down at drivers heading further south into Kent. Despite that, and the fact that it is less than 24 hours since this particular Johnson quit the government and worsened the Brexit crisis engulfing Theresa May, many of his constituents on the tree-lined high street don’t recognise his name. At Reku Zen, an Asian restaurant, Denislav Ivanov, 24, is mopping floors. He’s only heard of the other Tory MP called Johnson. ...