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Work Life Balance

How To Keep Balance Between Work & Home

by: Deborah Bruno posted: October 14, 2015

Work Life Balance

It is an understatement to say that Americans today are more connected that ever.  But, does this constant availability rob the modern worker of a life away from work?  Many people say yes.  The recent New York Time’s article on the culture of e-commerce giant, Amazon, where as one employee referred to as a place where “Overachievers go to feel bad about themselves” has ignited more conversations on balancing work and life.   The prevalence of smartphones and wi-fi everywhere allows more flexibility on where one can work, but it also gives workers no excuse for not answering an email after hours, during vacation, or weekends.  The 40-hour workweek is slowly becoming a myth. A Gallup poll taken in 2014 showed that 50% of salaried workers actually work 50 plus hours each week.  While you might think this is a win for productivity it is actually having the inverse effect.  The lack of balance is creating disgruntled, tired, and stressed out workers.  Another Gallup poll found that 70% of employees are actively disengaged in the workplace, which means there are only 30% of workers helping to work to push organizations forward.   When Henry Ford first introduced the concept of the 40-hour workweek, it was not an arbitrary number, but actually a well calculated amount created to give workers time to spend away from work with their families and loved ones.  So, how do you put boundaries and take back your time away from the office?   Turn your cell phone OFF – We are all guilty of this, but if we think back I am sure we can recall a time when we did not have a phone stuck to us at all times.  Companies were able to run, people were able to connect and life went on.  It is OK to turn your phone off.  Try having a no cell phone rule after 7 PM.  Use the time to connect with your family, play a game, or read a book.  It might feel strange at first but the time away from your phone will help your sanity and your eyesight and your sleep!  Take your Vacation – Did you know that last year American’s lost $52.4 BILLION dollars of vacation time?   The US already has a small amount of time off compared to other countries so make those days off count. Do not waste them checking your work e-mail or even worse by “working from home” on your day off.  Time away from the office, even if it is an afternoon working in your garden or to check out that new lunch spot down the street. Stepping away from the office is important for your wellbeing and it is your time, so take it! Think of the Big Picture- If you find yourself feeling guilty or stressed about putting off an e-mail reply until the next morning or taking a long weekend, take a deep breath and ask yourself  “Will this stress matter a year from now? Even a month from now?”  We only have one life and that life is bigger than missing a meeting or answering a client e-mail 10 minutes after it appears in your inbox. If you are being pressured to always be on, maybe it’s a good idea to have a bigger conversation about what you want out of life.  If you need more help making a career or life change, career and life coaching can help.  Life Coaching can help you recognize what is most important to you and give you steps to reprioritize to reach your goal.   Contact MindBuilders today to get started.  About Deborah:Deborah Bruno is President and Founder of Mindbuilders, Inc a company that specializes in building healthy minds in both individuals and organizations.  As a coach and licensed psychotherapist Deborah has assisted thousands of people improve their effectiveness both personally and professionally.  Deborah is a native New Yorker who has lived in Miami since 1999. 

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Being A Better Leader In The Workplace

Using Kindness and Empathy To Lead More Effectively

by: Deborah Bruno posted: June 29, 2015

Being A Better Leader In The Workplace

When we are younger, we are taught to mind our manners and always be nice to others. It seems though that many adults in the business world are ignoring these simple life lessons. As The New York Times recently covered in their article, No Time to Be Nice at Work, “Rudeness and bad behavior have all grown over the last decades, particularly at work”. It is not uncommon for your boss to be paying more attention to their iphone than you during or meeting or to quickly throw you under the bus if an issue arises. This uptick in bad behavior is not conducive for anyone involved. Employees living in constant stress and anxiety that they will be on the chopping block have been proven to decrease productivity and retention. The same New York Times article references a study done with the Academy of Management, tested relationship between rudeness and performance, which showed that employees who endured more stress and non-civil behavior at work had lower levels of productivity across the board.

With this rampant insensitivity, how can one be a good leader while being a nice person? Leadership Development offered by Executive Leadership or Business Coaches can help managers identify their own shortcomings in the area of kindness. Many times a leader may be unaware how their actions and words can effect the team. Along with Leadership and Executive Coaching, below are four ideas to keep in mind when dealing with your employees and peers and become a more effective leader.

  1. Lead by Example - The old adage, “action speaks louder than words “comes to mind when thinking about leading by example. A manager can talk on and on about teamwork during meetings but if they turn around and constantly berate their employees or other teams what message is that really sending? As a leader you have the ability and responsibility to set the tone for the team. Push back on different departments when needed, always be mindful of the words and actions you use, and don’t ask your team to do anything you wouldn’t personally do.
  2. Focus on Strengths not Weaknesses - There is no such thing as the perfect employee, but as a leader it is your job to see what areas your team members excel in and use it to push the entire team forward. For example, maybe you have someone on your team who loses their cool when speaking to unhappy customers, but is a whiz at keeping their tasks organized. Instead of focusing on trying to fix the perceived weakness of having a quick temper, focus on the positive. Enlist that person to work behind the scenes to organize the teams strategy and operations.
  3. Be Approachable but Accountable - Many times, managers are so worried that their team is going to take advantage of their kindness they swing in the other direction, forgetting that their employees are also people with a life outside of work. There might be days a team member needs to leave early or they might be having personal issues that affect their performance. A good manger understands this and allows for employees to have an off day all while being mindful the behavior does not turn into a habit. It can be a difficult balance to be approachable without being a doormat but if you create an environment where people feel open enough to be honest about issues that arise you have the ability to mirror that honesty if you feel you need to have a serious discussion about their overall performance.
  4. Kindness Counts - Above all, be nice. A quote that always sticks out to me is by Conan O’Brien “Work hard, be kind, and amazing things will happen” … I think these are words all managers and bosses, heck, everyone, should remember. The underrated virtue of kindness can take you and your team a lot further than rudeness or insensitivity ever will.

Do you need help putting the above ideas above into action? A leadership or business coach can help you get there by creating a plan to change to a more open and friendly management and communication style. Take the first step and connect with the right professional coach or leadership development coach for your organization by going to today to find out more. I would also love to hear your tips and tricks for playing nice at work, leave your feedback below!

About Deborah:Deborah Bruno is President and Founder of Mindbuilders, Inc a company that specializes in building healthy minds in both individuals and organizations. As a Leadership and Executive Coach and Licensed Psychotherapist Deborah has assisted thousands of people improve their effectiveness both personally and professionally. Deborah is a native New Yorker who has lived in Miami since 1999.

Healing The Healer

Why Life Coaching Works For Physicians

by: Deborah Bruno posted: March 25, 2015

Frustrated Doctor who needs a life coach

Physician burnout can lead to depression, health and financial problems.  Physicians are healers and often have the belief that they themselves would never need help.  They are very hesitant to reach out to other medical professionals such as Psychologists or Mental Health Professionals and therefore never have the support they themselves need to be a successful professional.  They often turn to alcohol or drugs over time.

Why then would a Physician reach out for support with a Life Coach or Executive Coach?  

First, and foremost it releases the stigma attached to asking for help from a mental health professional.  Physicians are very careful about upholding their reputation in the medical community and therefore are not likely to take the mental health route.  A Life Coach is aware that many Physicians, Lawyers, and Executives are faced with this dilemma and therefore never receive the coaching they need to continue functioning at a high level.

Secondly, it's not a doctor patient relationship! It's a partnership.  A Life Coach partners with the Professional and creates a thought provoking process in achieving goals or changes with the ultimate result of improving oneself and achieving well defined goals.

Third, it's private and confidential.  The Physician determines the location and time and could potentially have a life coach in another state or country.  With technology today, a Life Coach utilizes confidential measures to create privacy and confidentiality.

Fourth, it's not therapy!  A Life Coach is not qualified to conduct psychotherapy nor should he or she attempt to do so nor diagnose a client.  A Life Coach is there to help Physicians execute a plan to resolve an immediate challenge.  Burnout is one example of a challenge Physicians may be confronted with.  A Life Coach is qualified to help with those immediate issues.  

Fifth, a Life Coach knows your business.  Life Coaches specialize working with certain industries and know the challenges a Physician may face during his or her career.  Burnout can be costly and it leaves the professional exposed to medical errors.  Life Coaches stay focused on the business aspect of the partnership as well and understands the business risks of not reaching the goals.

Sixth, a Life Coach knows how to re-organize the practice.  Burnout often creates a chaotic business structure because the Physicians ability to lead diminishes.  Therefore a Life Coach can assist in re-establishing core values and processes that have gone array.  Truthfully when a Physician reaches burnout often there is employee turnover and patient decline.  

If you are feeling burnout maybe it's time you consider seeking a Life Coach.  The cost of having a Life Coach is far less expensive then the health and financial risks a Physician faces in burnout without one.

Get a Life Coach Today!



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Physician Burnout

Connect With A Life Coach

by: Deborah Bruno posted: March 02, 2015

Doctor Suffering From Burnout

A large percentage of Physicians will face burnout at some point in their career. Many studies have attempted to isolate the factors contributing to the increase in Physician burnout compared to other professions. Results pointed to numerous factors: hours of work, stress of patient care, balancing professional and personal responsibilities, financial obligations, consequence of decision, and time management.

Physician burnout has many faces. Symptoms reported include: feeling overwhelmed, insurmountable stress, emotional exhaustion and depersonalization (viewing patients more like objects than people). Many Doctors will face some of these symptoms periodically, but when they begin to amass and appear daily the consequences can be devastating. Job performance starts to suffer, decision-making is hindered, errors can occur, and ultimately can turn into disillusionment with healthcare, substance abuse and possible depression.

Doctors can ignore their own symptoms as easily as their patients, but know all to well how a small problem can turn into a larger one if ignored. Burnout can become a serious issue, but it can also be easily treated. Most Doctors know the value of referring to a Specialist. When is comes to Physician burnout a Life Coach is that Specialist.

Life Coaches can provide solutions and structure to improve a Physician’s daily activities. After evaluating the situation, they can offer: personalized tools to improving time management, help prioritizing commitments, ways to offset stress and suggestion on healthy habits.   Life Coaches can reside anywhere with today's technological advances.  Sessions are confidential and Life Coaches are experienced working with professionals and have a keen understanding of the issues facing our healthcare system.

They can reach to put order back into the chaos of medical practice, point out the nuances of life that hinder personal and professional growth, and restore balance into work, health, family and social life. A good Life Coach can turn Physician burnout into a new zeal for practice and life.

Every Doctor should take the time to heal from Physician burnout. The path to becoming a Doctor is one filled with stress and a lifetime of challenges. Don’t throw away years of education and establishing a professional practice to burnout.

Find the right Life Coach to put your life back on track.

Do I Need A Life Coach or A Therapist?

Learn The Differences

by: Deborah Bruno posted: August 21, 2014

Life Coach Miami Deborah Bruno- Life Coach or Therapist

Do I need a Life Coach or a Therapist?  Great question.  

In the past when people would need help with problems they would often seek out a therapist for help.

With the sudden surge of Life Coaches in the last decade, more people and organizations are searching for experts in the Coaching industry.  Why?  Simply because most people struggle with everyday problems and often don't know where to turn for help.  

Although coaching and therapy may seem similar there are many differences.  So let's get to your question. Here are some of the questions you may want to ask yourself before choosing a coach or a therapist.

  • Do I struggle with a mental health disorder?  Depression and Anxiety are common disorders.
  • Is my functioning so impaired it's difficult for me to stay motivated?  
  • Do I have unresolved childhood issues I need to discuss?

Therapists are licensed professionals that deal with mental health issues and if you are utilizing insurance they are required to submit a mental health diagnosis for reimbursement.  If you fall into this category then a therapist might be right for you.

Do I need a Life Coach?  Life Coaching is a booming industry for many reasons.  There are many benefits of Life Coaching.  Life Coaches specialize in many different areas of personal and professional development.

It is a fee-for-service business; meaning it is a self-pay service.

 Life Coaches focus on the "Here and Now" and assist people in identifying a challenge and devise a workable plan to resolve the challenge.

Life Coaches will partner with you and empower you to uncover the solution that lies within you.

Coaches will hold you accountable. Whether you need help in your relationship, at work, losing weight, starting a new program, changing a bad habit, or finding a new career, a Life Coach can help.  

Life Coaching is on the rise because there are those who are prone to mental illness and really need therapy and then there is the rest of the world.  And those people now have an industry that can serve them to avoid or prevent future mental health issues.  

Hope this helps you decide on what you need!  It's not always therapy, It's Life!


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1200 Miles and 5 Minutes To Learn The Secret To Happiness

Starting with the end in mind.

by: Matthew Hoelscher posted: August 12, 2014

Life Coach Miami Matthew Hoelscher - 1200 Miles and 5 Minutes to Happiness

I had a really big “Aha” experiences at the Sivananda Ashram in upstate New York several weeks ago.

I found the the secret to happiness inside myself!

When was the last time you felt happy? Take just a moment and reflect on what the moment was like, and who or what was involved with it?

My answer was scuba diving. My team was drifting off a great, rare, deep wreck ,and I spent 25 minutes ascending in pure happiness, while I finished my decompression stops. When going out for a deep technical dive, there is a lot of stress in planning, assembling the gear, and organizing a dive team. Add the pressure of things way beyond my control like wind, weather, ocean currents and visibility, and diving becomes a real gamble. In over 1000 dives I have learned to be happy by experiencing the dive instead of how the dive was. I couldn’t control the weather, so I stopped letting the weather determine my level of happiness with the dive.

A few times we do all this work and miss the wreck. There is nothing to look at but sand. What anyone would consider the ultimate frustration seeking blame in the team, captain, or the GPS coordinates again became a lesson in my ability to learn to choose to be happy.

I thought I had found and understood the secret to happiness, but he swami did a better job of explaining it, ready?

Happiness is the cessation of thought and additional decisions.

Now apply that concept to the last time you felt happy. Can you see it now?

The feeling of external happiness comes at the end of accomplishing a task. A project at work, a personal goal, or the end of a game, when we have the results, and there are no more decisions to be made.

In my scuba diving, the happiness came at the end of the dive. When all the planning was over, my tank was empty, and I had the memories of the experience.

Here’s an example of a more common experience. You decide to buy a new car, you shop, compare prices, negotiate with the dealer, and eventually drive home in a new car. Ah, the happiness, the car is finally yours! Then we become attached to the car, and the first scratch in the paint or repair and all the happiness is gone. The car no longer has the power to make us feel happy anymore. Worst yet, a new model comes out with better features, and a neighbor parks one in the driveway as a reminder of how old your car is.

So the lesson is that external happiness is fleeting and can be costly. It happens naturally at the end of accomplishing a task. But true happiness, internal happiness is under our control at all times because it is a choice.

If you want to feel more happy, chose to. Break the steps of any goal or progress down so that it is an easy choice. Chose to be happy that you can afford a new car. Choose to be happy to explore all the opportunities. Choose to be happy during the negotiations. If you don’t feel happy at any time, walk out and try again or try a new dealer. Choose to be happy with each dent and ding, and let it serve as a reminder of a happy choice you were making at the time of its occurrence.

The first ding in my new car happened in the mall parking lot, when taking my boys to see Madagascar 3. They loved the movie and had a great time. I chose to feel happy instead of ruining a great experience with the family.

Remember: Happiness is the cessation of thought and additional decisions.

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The 6 Qualities Men Want In A Woman

Do you know how to trust a man's direction?

by: Matthew Hoelscher posted: August 12, 2014

Life Coach Miami Matthew Hoelscher Qualities Men Want in Women

I know what you are all thinking, “Six? There is only one!” You are close, it ranks as #2. But do you know the #1 quality is?

I will give you a hint, you spend enormous amounts of time, money, and attention to the number one quality.

Its the other four that are really surprising! Only one quality is in common with the man’s list from last week. Two others may seem quite offensive to women with a career focus. I just want to point out when it comes to attraction, it requires polarity, opposites. The further apart, the more space for attraction.

When a man is reading your profile or getting to know you, here are the qualities he is looking for in you.

1. Beauty

2. Sexual openness

3. Trust of their (man’s) direction

4. Support for their (man’s) vision

5. Intelligence

6. Healthy radiance

Now how do you work these into your online profile and dating conversation?

1. Beauty

The first thing a man does online is look through your photos to find an attraction to your beauty. If the photos are blurry, with sunglasses or taken with a cell phone in a mirror, it is not creating an attraction in him. Find a friend with a good camera and go out for a photoshoot. Show off your body, your smile, your hair and your eyes. Be confident and fabulous! Show him how much you love yourself and your body. That way there are no surprises when you show up in person. I won’t go into hair, makeup and clothes. A man wants his women to look her best when going out on the town.

2. Sexual openness

Last week when I suggested that men be good at social touch to show his passion. The way you respond to the touch shows your sexual openness. Will you touch him back? Will you smile? Or will your pull away, put his hand down, and give him an evil look?

For the most part, you cannot openly discuss sex early on in a relationship. So all that communication becomes non-verbal. If you touch a man first or often, you will put him at ease and convey sexual openness in a polite way.

3. Trust of their (man’s) direction

When a man shares his direction and purpose, would you support it? Do you trust what he is doing and would you support him in accomplishing it? If you have found yourself nagging a man, it is because you no longer trust his commitment to his direction. That breaks this critical attraction factor.

4. Support for their (man’s) vision

An attractive man knows where his going and can articulate it. Would you want to go along on that ride? Do you see yourself in that picture?

5. Intelligence

This is the one quality on both lists. What is your education, what do you read, what is your opinion on things that matter to you?

6. Healthy radiance

This cuts back to the basics of reproduction. A healthy partner is always more attractive. How do you exercise, eat, and engage in life. Are you always complaining or are you content and happy?

This top 6 list came from David Deida’s book, “Intimate Communion”. This book is about relationships instead of individuals. I have learned a lot about my marriage and how I show in world as a man thanks to his inspired writing.

If you are looking for a new relationship, click here to open my calendar to schedule a free 30 minute phone call to review these 6 qualities and how they apply to you. We can find out what is working, what can be improved, and your biggest block to being more attractive to the opposite sex!

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The 6 Qualities Women Want In A Man

Most guys are afraid of showing #4

by: Matthew Hoelscher posted: August 12, 2014

Life Coach Miami Matthew Hoelscher What Women Want in a Man

Guys, learn how to display your presence, intelligence, strength, passion, direction, and humor when connecting with the woman you desire to date.

I have started coaching several people about relationships and finding the next person in their life. One of the hardest tasks is creating an online dating profile to attract response from others. The common thread of the questions are:

1. What do women want?

2. What do men want?

One of my favorite authors on the subject is David Deida. His book, “Way Of The Superior Man” is in my top 10 favorites of all time and I recommend it often. A friend turned me on to another of his books, “Intimate Communion”. This book is about relationships instead of individuals. I have learned a lot about my marriage and how I show in world as a man thanks to his inspired writing.

When a woman is reading your profile or getting to know you, here are the qualities she is looking for in you.

1. Presence

2. Intelligence

3. Strength

4. Passion

5. Direction

6. Humor

Now how do you work these into your online profile and dating conversation?

1. Presence

This is the long walks on the beach, candlelit conversations, gazing into each others eyes. If a women goes out with you, how will she know you will be complete present and with her? She does not want to compete with your smartphone for attention.

2. Intelligence

College degrees and education is important, but what books have your read? What was the last movie or play you attended. What did you think about it? What was your opinion about that book?

3. Strength

Most women are not looking for big muscles, but how do you take care of yourself? Do you go to the gym or play a sport. How do you eat?

4. Passion

Easy guys, this is where it gets complicated. Online, you need to show photos where you are laughing and having fun. Pictures that included you with more than one women show that you are “approved” by other women and safe to be with.

In person women want to feel your emotions. Can you be open and share what you are feeling? Or are you closed off and guarded? This is also anxiety about whether or not your date likes you can kill you. She can feel your anxiety, but has no idea where it is coming from? If you love yourself, just as your are and do not worry about her approval you will get it automatically. Men, you need to lead here, if you are happy, they will be happy. If you are nervous, they will be nervous.

Women will feel your passion in how you touch them. They feel it in your hug, how you touch the side of her arm, and her back. If you can make her feel comfortable with socially acceptable touch, you will create a powerful attraction inside of her.

5. Direction

Where are you going with your life? Men with a successful career have a clear direction. What kind of difference do you or would you like to make in the world. This is where men think women only care about money. Money is just one measure of how clear you are in your direction. The starving artist also has a girlfriend because he has a clear direction in what message he wants to convey with his art.

6. Humor

If you are out on a perfect date, with a wonderful women and the waiter spills a drink on you, are you going to get angry? Feel like the night is ruined? Or laugh about it? Humor is the contrast to passion and direction. Stop and laugh at the irony of life.

If you are looking for a new relationship, click here to open my calendar to schedule a free 30 minute phone call to review these 6 qualities and how they apply to you. We can find out what is working, what can be improved and your biggest block to being more attractive to the opposite sex!

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10 Great Topics To Discuss During A Free Consultation

Pick any 3 and you will be amazed at what you walk away with for FREE

by: Matthew Hoelscher posted: August 12, 2014

Life Coach’s Miami Matthew Hoelscher on Topics During a Free Consultation

You will be surprised how much you have to share with me, your Relationship Coach, once you start coaching with me. Here are ten commonly shared situations to help you get the most out of your time with me.

1. A Problem.

Just communicating with someone who cares takes away some of the sting, even if the solution isn’t readily apparent. And, once you’ve been heard, the solution (and there is ALWAYS a solution) can present itself. It is worth sharing even those events which “really are not a problem, but…”

2. The Upset.

Did something happen that really knocked you for a loop? Did you blow a perfect date? No worries, I’ll listen to your upsets and help you sort out what happened and design a plan to get through it, and help prevent it from happening again!

3. An Insight.

An insight is like an “aha” moment. When you have one, share it. Because after the insight, results follow, especially when you have been able to articulate the “real” insight with your me.

4. The Breakthrough.

You feel great: energized, ready for action, relieved and clear. But a breakthrough without follow through is a temporary high, so share it and be ready to validate it with action or an accomplishment.

5. A Dilemma.

“Should I do X or Y?” I can help you make a better decision. Talk about your options, create a new one and get some perspective on the whole thing.

6. A New Idea.

Share your thoughts with me. I won’t debate the merits with you but will listen and have you develop your thoughts to make the most, personally and financially, of your idea.

7. A Promise.

Just tell me exactly what you want to do and when you promise to do it. I want to fully support promises that express your values or further your goals, and help keep you focused on building the business and the life YOU want.

8. Your Feeling.

Having a bad day, a good day, or a blah day? Tell me! I will acknowledge your feelings, and not try to talk you out of it, pep you up or anything like that. I get it and fully understand.

9. Your Fears.

Do you ever hesitate, get scared or stop part way? Good, you just passed the humanity test. Let’s talk about those fears though so we can find ways to minimize or eliminate them. They are after all, what’s stopping you from living that AMAZING life you truly desire.

10. The Win.

Wins are the purpose of coaching. When you reach a goal, accomplish a task, something great happened share these with me.

Stress: The Silent Killer

The Effects of Stress on the Body

by: Deborah Bruno posted: July 28, 2014

Life Coach Miami’s Deborah Bruno on Effects of Stress

Stress can be experienced as a result of your thoughts, your body or through environmental circumstances.  Everyone copes with stress in his or her own way.   With the daily pressures of work and family it is even more essential to learn effective ways of handling stress.  Stress that continues without positive relief can lead to major health conditions.  Consider some of these facts.  70-90% of all doctors office visits are for stress related ailments and complaints.  Stress is linked to the six leading causes of deaths.  Prevalence of mental health and emotional disorders is more than 50% due to chronic untreated stress reactions.  In order to keep yourself free of the ill effects of stress, you may want to follow my tips for reducing Stress:

Tips For Managing Stress Effectively

  1.  Maintain A Positive Outlook On Life
  2. Laugh And Learn How To Play
  3. Exercise and Eat Healthy
  4. Discuss Your Feelings (Cancer grows in silence)
  5. Rest When Your Body Is Telling You Your Tired
  6. Seek Out Positive Social Support And Love Your Pet
  7. Set Achievable Goals And Manage Your Time More Effectively
  8. Say "NO" On Occasion.  I Have Found Those Most Stressed Have Way Too Much On Their Plate
  9. Learn Healthy Ways To Relax (Yoga, Golf, Meditation)
  10. Let Spirituality Replace Worrying
  11. Remember Why You Are Here and Enjoy! Your Time It's Limited!
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