Planning for Failure Makes You More Successful change Aug 08, 2014

A big mistake we've probably all made in trying to change a behavior is that we make a plan.

A plan.  One plan.  Plan A.

Without backup plans B, C and D.

For instance:  I commit to exercising 4 times each week at the gym. I'll go in the morning before work and alternate cardio and...

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Starbucks is Messing With Your Brain…And They’re Not the Only One control Aug 08, 2014

For years I've been a huge fan of Brian Wansink's work on the psychology of why many of us overeat without knowing it. For instance, when we eat out of larger bowls or off larger plates, we eat more food. When we eat out of smaller bowls or smaller plates, we eat less. ALL...

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Should I Sleep or Workout? I'm Too Tired to Exercise... chemistry Aug 08, 2014

This is a question I’ve asked of myself many times over the span of my life and one I’ve been asked by clients over and over again. You make the commitment to workout, but when the alarm goes off in the morning or it’s your scheduled time to do it, you’re feeling too...

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How to Get a Competitive Edge Over Your Co-Workers chemistry Aug 08, 2014

OUR BRAINS RESPOND TO EXERCISE SIMILAR TO THE WAY OUR MUSCLES DO:  THEY BET BIGGER AND STRONGER.    

In today's competitive business environment we need all the advantages we can get...like really gigantic, well functioning brains. Unfortunately, stress decreases portions...

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How to Fail, Then Rescue Your Diet in 3 Easy Steps play it out Aug 08, 2014

HOW TO FAIL:

1.  Go on a diet.

2.  Vow to give up certain foods.

3.  Don’t eat.

Not eating requires willpower and willpower requires eating.

Willpower is fueled by glucose from the foods we eat. Low glucose means low willpower in addition to an increase in cravings for sugary...

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