Boost self-control: Scientifically proven ways to boost self-control (procrastinate). According to the author, Belle Beth Cooper, procrastination is a major boost. For example, sleep deprivation deters efficiency. Take a nap and expect improvements.
Why do college educated folks have problems finding or creating jobs? Perhaps inadequate resources, opportunities, and funds are factors. In order to create a service, the demand would need a serious review. Wouldn’t it be nice if making a living from a hobby solved the problem?
Unschooling is a term that probably makes us contemplate the uneducated. Quite the contrary; “unschoolery” is simply learning for pleasure. Unschoolers (ideally) advance from personal interests. “Because it’s fun, or fascinating, or they care” (Leo Babauta, 2014). However, everyone is not a potential candidate for home education or self-directed learning. Sometimes, people need guidance; other ...
Let’s assume everyone has the potential to demonstrate kindness. We’re all equipped with the ability to be honest, trustworthy, individuals regardless of the circumstances. Just so the world can be a more blissful, tolerable, place to exist. This is expected. People are not born tyrants. Positive attitudes toward others brings out all our best qualities.
A video excerpt featuring Thomas Phelan, Ph.D. from his video lecture entitled “1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children. To order the book, 1-2-3 Magic Parenting. “[…] to help parents raise well-behaved, happy, competent kids and put the fun back into parenting!” Newsletter (a free parenting resource) 1-2-3 Magic Parenting by Dr. Thomas W. Phelan, Phd