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Hara Hachi Bu: The Reason Why The Japanese Live A Hundred Years Or More

Introduction ‘Hara Hachi Bu' is a Japanese saying which means, eat until you are 80% full. Experts today, after a lot of research have reached the conclusion that this is the key to a long, and healthy life. The author mentioned Okinawa Island in Japan, in his book Ikigai, which has the longest-living people in the world who live up to 100 years or even more. They have been following the principle of ‘Hara Hachi Bu’, practicing which the Okinawans are able to achieve longevity. Following are the 6 most effective ways that help you follow ‘Hara Hachi Bu’: Ways to follow ‘Hara Hachi Bu' 1) Reset your Muscle Memory: Reset your stomach’s muscle memory so that it gets used to smaller meals which will take around 15-20 meals. When you regularly eat smaller meals for a few days, it resets the muscle memory of your stomach. 2) Don’t get over-hungry: Eat consciously but do not starve yourself for long because then it will lead to over-eating and making poor food choices. It makes your

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra

Introduction There are various definitions of success and therefore, there are many principles given by people to attain success. Deepak Chopra has given the seven spiritual laws of success in his book that we can apply to attain any goal. These laws can be applied to any aspect of life including success. Nature uses the same principles to create everything that we can see, smell, hear, taste, or touch in material existence. The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success Law 1: The Law of Pure Potentiality The first law of the seven spiritual laws of success is the Law of Pure Potentiality. The ability to fulfill any dream lies in knowing our essential nature and knowing who we are. We are the eternal possibility with an immeasurable potential of all that was there, is there, and will be there. One can develop true potentiality and access the first law through Silence, Meditation, and Non-judgment. Law 2: The law of Giving The second law of the seven spiritual laws of success is the Law of Giving

Nine Steps For Solving Any Problem By Earl Nightingale

Introduction Whenever we face a problem, we need to have a strong problem-solving ability in order to come out of it. Problem-solving is very much similar to decision making which is like solving a simple problem, and goal achievement are like solving the problem of moving from where we are to where we want to be. They are all closely related functions of creative thinking. For every problem, there is a solution, no matter how big or complex it may be. Earl Nightingale gave nine steps for solving any problem. They are: Nine Steps For Solving Any Problem 1. Define the problem: The first step of the nine steps for solving any problem is to define it. You need to first understand the problem and define all its aspects and its nature before trying to work on its solution. It is the most important step as it brings clarity. 2. Write down each and everything you know about the problem: The second step of the nine steps for solving any problem is to write down all the information that you h

Twelve Pillars of Success By Jim Rohn

INTRODUCTION Jim Rohn and Chris Widener have shared fundamental principles/pillars of success in their book ‘Twelve Pillars, 2005, in a short story about Michael who met a millionaire. The millionaire shared his story of success and taught him to improve his life by implementing these 12 principles. These twelve principles are the twelve pillars of success. TWELVE PILLARS OF SUCCESS BY JIM ROHN (1) You can change your life only by changing yourself: Along with working hard, you need to increase your skillset and change the thoughts and actions that you do every day. You can do this by attending seminars, reading books, and applying whatever you learn to your business, profession, or trade.  5 Abilities to Develop in Life: Jim Rohn  The Ant Philosophy By Jim Rohn (2) You should make sure that the outside of you is a good reflection of the inside of you: The second pillar of success talks about giving equal attention to your body, mind, and soul to take care of your overall well-being.