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When was the last time you were so focused that time stood still?
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1. Clear mental clutter.
2. Build yourself a fortress against interruption.
3. Prepare your brain to go into a deep state of focus.
....Have a small snack. Concentration is very taxing for our brain energy-wise. Research shows that our focus and stamina tend to improve when our blood sugar is on the rise. 
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Are colleges becoming more like mental health wards than citadels of learning? 
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We all have at least one of these hidden skills.
When it comes to reading people and sending signals, what's your strength?
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When you're struggling, the right words can rescue you but the wrong ones can sink you.
Words have power, especially the ones you say to yourself.
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+Tim Bowers​ no you won't and you never will...
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Walking through a bad situation is not easy, but gets better with practice. Tells you that the first few times are disastrous.
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You have 70,000 thoughts in a day. That's 70,000 chances to get this right.
You likely exercise your body, but do you know how to exercise your mind?
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Feel the burn? Too many of us are saying, No thanks.
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Are you happier when you're single? New research may suggest why.
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Things are rarely as bad as you think, especially if you can change your thinking.
Research-based strength training for your emotions.
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I need a youth's version of this, with examples set for non-driving, young teens. The tools are the same but if the examples aren't applicable they won't internalize it. 
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This research may change the way you think about love and social media.
Does declaring your commitment online increase it in the real world?
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