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Journal EntryIn the middle of a fight, change your focus
If fights with your loved ones last longer than the argument itself, then check out this strategy for refocusing your mind and calming your body.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programSpecial Operations Forces—Do you have what it takes?
Learn what it takes to make it in Special Operations Forces.
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Journal Entry Troff document“Amped up” the right amount to perform your best?
For some tasks, you can optimize your performance by being “amped up” just enough but not too much.
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Journal EntryGive your brain a break
Mental fatigue feels lousy and can affect your mental and physical performance. Learn how.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeGet the most out of your nap
Didn’t get enough sleep last night? Learn how to nap so your mind can perform at its best.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSee it, feel it, do it!
Mental imagery is no magic trick—it’s an essential training tool. Learn why and pick up some tips on how to make these mind rehearsals as productive as possible.<br /><br />
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Journal EntryKeep the happy in the holidays: Shift your thinking
Start this year’s holiday season by focusing on being happy. Shift your thinking to decrease stress.
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Journal EntryThe best routines are…not routine?
Routines help athletes and Warfighters achieve their best, but rigid routines can get in the way. Flexibility and adaptation are keys to success.
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Journal EntryKeep the happy in holidays: Check your money assumptions
Keep the happy in the holidays this year by examining the assumptions you have about money and the holidays. This tip will help you learn to re-evaluate your thinking.
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Journal EntryKeep the happy in holidays: Practice acceptance
Accepting the things that invade your thoughts when you can’t avoid them or control them can help you keep happy this holiday season.
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