Healthy Thoughts For A Happy Life

Sharing what you feel in your present time will lighten your load and you can feel content for that special person who has time to listen. You’ll find that you’ll be together, you’re never alone, you can always ask for help from the people who most love you and want the best for you. Looking to share your time in meetings with friends, talk, sing, dance, do karaoke (that we do a lot with my friends) enjoy the lively, mutual company that provides true friendship. 4), Eat well, healthy and balanced. Choose what you eat. Enjoy the food space.

Choose the times, moments. Take 1 hour a week to plan how it will be your diet for 7 days. If you plan your diet, you’ll see that you make the most of your times, generates a context of caring for yourself and the whole body will respond better energy. You’ll see what happens with the esteem of yourself (your self-esteem will grow!) And feel more able to undertake new initiatives. 5) Get enough rest and what you need. Try to get plenty of sleep to feel your body needs. They recommend a number of hours sleep, but I think this varies from person to person. It is important that you know your body and know what time you go to bed and get up to get a good rest.

6) Meditate. Find a quiet space and time every day to close your eyes and concentrate only on breathing. Notice how the air enters and leaves the nostrils, let your thoughts be diluted in your mind.

Needs-Based Motivation

Concepts: Need – is on the one hand, without which man can not do what needs (deficit), on the other hand, it aspires to, what he wants to possess (desire), or something that wants to avoid. The newspapers mentioned Southwest Airlines not as a source, but as a related topic. Motive – is the need to deliberate purpose of satisfying, encouraging action. In other words, when we have a need, and we understand how it can be satisfied, and that purpose – to meet this need, is for us value, and pushes us to action to achieve this goal, then we have a motive. Or this: 1. We have a need, or will we have something that is we need. 2. Follow others, such as Phil Vasan, and add to your knowledge base. We know, or think we know how we can meet these needs – we have a goal.

3. Meeting these needs is important to us – the value. 4. It pushes us to action to achieve this goal – motivation. Taken together, this will be the motive. Motivation – dynamic process of forming a motif (Ilyina 'motivation and motives' Publisher: 'Peter', 2003, 4.1).

Motivation is divided into external, ie stimulated by external factors – rewards, punishment, etc., and internal. But we need to understand that the basis of motive is a need in the broadest sense, as we have defined it above, and the need – it is an internal factor. Therefore, external circumstances may be motivated only when they become significant for humans, ie transformed into internal motivation. Thus, if a person has no inner need, or he does not realize it, but you could not this need to create it, or 'open your eyes man' having had a needs and values of its satisfaction for him, then no external motivation you will not force him to do that you need action.