All posts tagged Jay Bildstein

Challenging News, Good Attitude

Frequently in life, we are confronted by challenging news. Consider, for example, going to the doctor and getting diagnosed with a life threatening illness. There is no way around it, this is unsettling news. However, how we deal with this news is going to have considerable impact on overcoming the challenge we are facing.

First of all, notice that I referred to challenging rather than bad news. The Taoist tale called

    We’ll See

comes to mind. In it, an old man on a farm in China is met with a variety of circumstances we might be quick to label as good or bad. In fact, his neighbor comments on each event impacting the old man, claiming it to be favorable or unfavorable. The old man, however, reacts to the circumstances by saying, “Maybe good, maybe bad, we’ll see.”

This story points out that when we get news, news that we commonly perceive as good or bad, we really only know part of the story. The reason is that an event, in and of itself, may certainly affect our lives yet how we react to that event is equally if not more important.

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Top NCAA Tournament Bound Teams; Quick Insights

Last week, we provided you some analysis on bubble teams who may or may not make the NCAA Tournament. This week, our Editor in Chief and sports commentator

Soft Lights, Soothing Music

We often think of soft lights and soothing music, particularly when paired together, as things pertaining to romance. How often, however, do we consider the sound and lighting

Our Favorite Neuroscientist, Dr. Kristen Willeumier is Back: Discusses Pre-Super Bowl 51 Events, Former New York Jets Great Mark Gastineau’s Health Challenges, More

A few weeks ago, Dr. Kristen Willeumier had the opportunity to attend some pre-Super Bowl 51 events in Houston. While there, the neuroscientist met some NFL players. Above,

NCAA Tournament Bubble Teams Discussed: Most Likely To Least Likely

We are still a few weeks away from Selection Sunday. Selection Sunday this year is March 12th. It is the day that the 68 teams are announced for

Bobby Rooney, Boxing Bobby Rooney

Articulate and Knowledgeable, Former Professional Boxer/Current Boxing Trainer Bobby Rooney Lends Insight into Potential Mayweather/McGregor Boxing Match, More

Currently, there is much discussion about the possibility of undefeated, 49-0 professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. stepping into the squared circle for a matchup against current mixed martial

Lady Gaga Turns in Solid Performance at Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium in Houston: Energetic Superstar in Good Voice but No Controversies

The halftime show at Super Bowl LI at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas came just in time to give Coach Bill Belichick and Quarterback Tom Brady of

Tiny the Giraffe, a Tale

[*Author’s Note: This is a work of fiction. Any similarities between the characters in this tale and any giraffe, owl, llama, lion, dolphin or other animal or person,

Neuroscientist Dr. Kristen Willeumier Super Bowl Bound: Gives Tips For Brain Healthy Super Bowl Foods

This coming Sunday, millions of Americans will watch Super Bowl 51. A good portion of them will indulge in a variety of snack and party foods. If you

Super Bowl 51, New England vs Atlanta: A Quick Breakdown; Who has the Edge?

We are only a few days away from Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Texas. The game, between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons, is sure to be

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