All posts tagged Jay Bildstein 2017

Cultivating Optimism

Attitude is important. A good attitude does not guarantee the projects we undertake will be successful. However, if we set out to accomplish something harboring a negative attitude about it, our performance will probably be less than optimal.

Some people seem to possess an optimistic outlook and some do not. Having a naturally upbeat view on life and the projects we undertake is truly a gift. Having a positive mental attitude can work as a powerful impetus to positive performance. Yet, what do we do if we do not seem to have a naturally positive outlook?

No matter how tough our lives might have been up to this point in time, we all have had moments of triumph – no matter how small. If we want to develop optimistic outlooks we must look to those moments of triumph and constantly remind ourselves of the times that we succeeded in our undertakings.

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Awkward Orchid, a Poem

Awkward Orchid You’ve been apprised and advised It’s up to you, for the chaos to subside Behold, the goal is yours to achieve Empty merriment collides with intense intent Then change happens Time needed

Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig and Writer/Blogger Taylor Rae Share their Insights and Wisdom About: Baby Boomers and Millennials, the Digital Age, Social Media and More

The dizzying pace of technological innovation has impacted virtually everyone in our society. Baby Boomers and Millennials are two demographic cohorts which have each been affected by technology,

Refreshing Our Knowledge and Skills

We tend to think of school as something we partake in during the early years of our lives. There is preschool, nursery school, kindergarten, primary school, junior high

The Wise, a Poem

You sit around and think. And you realize some of what you thought you knew, you didn’t. You think of the errors you’ve made. At times, it can be tough. Songs play.

Tender Light from Above, a Poem

Tender light from above. Sky light, my light, the heavens smile. A bird flies. The sun shines. We are happy. Happiness from the waves of the ocean and

The Stuff of Creative Change, a Poem

We are jettisoned pods in a bewildering world. We get up and our minds begin to whirl. What is that? What is this? Caught up, we are, in

Tearful Awakening, a Poem

With a chest full of tears for the human condition Reflecting on loss, sin and potential perdition I sit back and hope Am I just wishing? Perhaps, I’d be better off

The Final 4 is On: Get Some Insight Here

We are a few days away from the Final 4 of the NCAA Tournament. It will take place in Arizona. By Monday evening April 3, we will know

Your Brain and Athletic Activities, Plus Booze and the Brain: Compelling and Knowledgeable, Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier is Back With Insights, Bio Hacks, More

When it comes to our brains, how much we move and what we eat and drink has a powerful impact on them and strongly affects our mental functioning.

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