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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 22

Five favorite hacks of Neurohackers to up-level your mental energy.What is a Neurohacker?A Neurohacker is generally considered to be someone who takes command of their neurology with sophistication. They do this by treating the power of their mind with the same care that most of us put into examining the specs of our computing power.Our brains mediate how efficiently we use our computing tools. If you’re treating neurohacking as an afterthought, you’re shortchanging your peak performance capacity.First, a warning; if you’re not doing the basics of “clean diet, regular exercise, good sleep,” start there. The neurohacks in this article are to …

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Five favorite hacks of Neurohackers to up-level your mental energy.What is a Neurohacker?A Neurohacker is generally considered to be someone who takes command of their neurology with sophistication. They do this by treating the power of their mind with the same care that most of us put into examining the specs of our computing power.Our brains mediate how efficiently we use …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 1 Nov 21

Expressing gratitude as a technique to boost mental health and interpersonal relationships is not a New Age fad; it’s a facet of the human condition that reaps measurable benefits to those who practice it. Long before the mindfulness movement of our modern era, gratitude was significant in ancient philosophies and cultures. Cicero, for example, cited gratitude as the mother of all virtues. And the Roman Stoic Seneca, conceived of gratitude as a fundamental motivational drive and an intrinsic component of the human experience.Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others. — Marcus Tullius CiceroKnowledge of how …

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Expressing gratitude as a technique to boost mental health and interpersonal relationships is not a New Age fad; it’s a facet of the human condition that reaps measurable benefits to those who practice it. Long before the mindfulness movement of our modern era, gratitude was significant in ancient philosophies and cultures. Cicero, for example, cited gratitude as the mother of …

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