pressure

RP: Our brain is made up of different areas. Having a basic understanding of them helps us learn why we react to pressure
"Ask yourself, 'What are the constraints and social pressures? If I was doing this for myself or someone else, how would
American mothers bear the brunt of today's pressure to be super involved and highly vigilant--with very little social or
These are three principles that will help you lead and perform under pressure. They're things I learned while serving in
We can wake ourselves up by increasing our oxygen level by breathing deeply. Or conversely, we can put ourselves to sleep with a kind of meditation of shallow breathing, and repeating silently the words to the rhythmic "in" and "out" like a mantra.
The researchers can't say for certain -- they didn't analyze this in the study -- but here's how it might work: Mindfulness
They do everything they can to control nature's elements. And, at first, things start to look impressive. And, really, that's
To again be clear, there's nothing high-and-mighty about any of this. People don't give me what I want because they think I'm all that. People give me what I want because I ask for it. Stay with me. This isn't as obvious as this sounds.
It's also wise to avoid predicting what they might ultimately achieve. No matter how caring and supportive parents mean to
It's important to note that focus is not the same as concentration. Focus conjures up something deeper than concentration
Instead of fearing what might happen in the unknown, instead of imagining and trying to pre-control worst-case scenarios, we can plan as best we can... and then move forward with a sense of curiosity. We can let things progress, and then respond as needed.
Very few of us are likely to be the "most" or the "best" anything. But success, happiness and a good life aren't really about this. They're about learning to accept ourselves and pursue what has meaning to us. That is the best standard we can hold for ourselves and the most valuable lesson we can pass on to our children.
We all have our pressure moments -- situations in which we have something at stake and the outcome is dependent on our performance. If you want to do your best when it matters most, here's the mindset to create:
Imagine for a moment that the Kentucky Derby is underway. It's a beautiful day. The horses are all rounding a turn in full stride, close together, hooves pounding, sprays and clumps of dirt flying up from the track.
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While bad enough when faced by an individual, these temptations accelerate when they're in a team. They're contagious. They gain a momentum all their own. Left unaddressed, they can quickly destroy months and years of hard work in building your team's momentum.
So how can we, the parents, help our kids navigate this crazy arms race of elite college admissions without feeding the beast? While we may be powerless to change the system, what steps can we take to make the best of a difficult situation, for our kids, our families, and our communities?
Describe in general the blissful others you want with you in your balanced, blissful stew. What are their characteristics
Every athlete, from juniors to Olympians and pros, has experienced the feeling of frustration when they're not able to do something, whether physically, technically, tactically, or competitively: you feel stuck, get tense, lose focus, and get discouraged.