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Brain Fog

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 14, 2020 Mind

Suddenly, when your brain appears short-circuited, let’s assume you are in the middle of a job or conversation. Maybe you forgot a word, or you left completely. Instead of feeling sharp, you feel like you are walking through Jello. You lose concentration, and the world seems to move faster than you constantly have. You often feel the feeling of confusion, forgetfulness, and lack of focus. Although “brain fog” is not a medically known word, it is a common feeling that many people suffer from. But, while many people experience it, brain fog is by no means normal. In fact, it is preventable and 100% treatable. In this blog, you will learn the main causes of brain fog and what you can do to eliminate it. What is brain fog? When you feel foggy, inattentive, and erratic, your brain sends an important signals that you are unaware that there is an...

Being Busy vs. Doing Nothing

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 14, 2020

How do you feel when an appointment gets canceled? Unsettled at how you are going to spend all this free time and afraid of doing something unproductive? You may be spending a lot of time on tasks with little value and destroying yourself by the time you reach your major tasks. Even if it sounds like a cliche, there is a difference between being productive and being busy. Just think. You’ve spent your entire day cooped up like a chicken in front of your computer, and when you’re about to check off tasks, your work seems insignificant. Ask yourself. Why are you always busy? To prove that you possess the professional work ethic needed to take you further in your career? To be recognized as a serious worker? However, the busier you keep yourself, the more inhibited the quality of your work or your creative skills are. Isn’t that what...

Praising Your Child

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 13, 2020 Life

The word ‘praise’ also interchangeably used with the word ‘reward’ is a type of social engagement often practised to indicate encouragement, approval, and appreciation. It is demonstrated by verbal communication, for example through motivational phrases of speech, as well as by non-verbal communication such as a pat on the back, or a gold star for children. When it comes to children, the impacts of rewarding them for their actions can significantly enhance positive behaviours amongst them. Raising happy, confident, and emotionally stable individuals is something all parents should aim to achieve. To accomplish this, the physical development of a child should be stimulated alongside progress in their emotional wellbeing. Children urge the need to be loved and given attention to and are driven by rewards. Praise itself is a token of gratitude that children value and cherish; they realise the simple rule of life that righteousness is an acceptable social...

Avoiding Bias in Decision Making

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 13, 2020 Mind

Have you ever thought about the fact that you decide at every moment of your life? The outlook of your life is nothing but a merge of small and big decisions made by you or by others for you. Everything you do is based on an internal decision-making process that compels you to choose one over the other. From a small decision like picking up a meal for your lunch to every large decision like confirming a business deal worth millions, your now and then depends on your preferences while making a decision. But it is not necessary that everything goes according to the plan and what you have decided is not the ultimate way out of the scenario. Throughout your journey you come across many unfortunate situations, you may need to pick either this or that, you may be under pressure for doing what’s not the right thing to...

How to Maintain Long-term Focus

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 12, 2020 Mind

Humans are bound to be distracted in our daily lives and forget about our future goals, targets, and plans; in Today’s world, where lots of social media apps and television shows are there to distract us. We often forget that our procrastination is making us unproductive; we keep on delaying our pending work and complete it at the last hours. We also lose motivation and hope because of our distracted minds. So, the main focus is, “What should we do when we are postponing all our work for our future activities?” The answer is, to be a pro at remaining focused and goal-oriented, we need to follow this step by step guidelines; Leave your comfort zone As easy as it might sound to you, it is not. To be a focused person, the first step is to get out of the comfort zone. All of us are so used to...

Learning From Mistakes

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 12, 2020 Life

Mistakes are an essential part of an individual’s life. We see ourselves in so many different and difficult situations in our lives, and we think to ourselves, what made us go through this phase. We tend to accuse ourselves of our failures and not learn from them. Existence in this world with mistakes is inevitable, so, instead of worrying and taking stress over our failures, we should rectify our mistakes into lessons for lifetime achievements. Too often, we see ourselves in a situation where we say something, but people take different meanings for that, we try so hard to get successful in a project or task, but we still end up getting last. We see people take our efforts and love for granted, also judge us for our choices and decisions. All these things make us anxious and challenge our mental health, so the question should be; what should we...

Encourage Courage Brave Children

Darryl Bachmeier Jun 11, 2020 Life

What comes to your mind when you hear about children who are brave and courageous? You must think that they come from a strong family background, but they are not only coming from a healthy family. Also, they are taught to be brave and resilient. From the day they are born, they are trained to be sleep alone in their rooms. This thing, which sounds so essential, is the crucial step towards teaching your child to be independent. You must have seen some kids, who stand against being treated wrong, say no when they are not feeling like doing something a person asks them to do, they are not afraid of roller-coasters or roaming around alone in a place their parents left them to be. All this is because they are taught to be bold from a very young age. We see so many children in television working as actors....

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