The Mindful Traveller or how to enjoy your trips no matter how stressful they are

My wife and me have just arrived to New York, one of the busiest and hectic cities in the world. Although I think NY is a cool city, its crazy lifestyle excites me too much and this is why it is so important for me to slow down from time to time and simply relax. Strangely, I tend to neglect some of my daily habits I have acquired over the years, ....

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

[embed width="618" height="348" ]http://youtu.be/TrbpGQZ0SLU[/embed] Taking on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge....

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Introducing the habit of “Time Out’s”

A research in New Zealand tested the ability of self control amongst over one thousand young kids, and then followed them throughout their lives. The result was clear. The better their self control during their childhood years, the better they did in their 30’s in all key areas of life. In fact with regards to wealth, willpower proved to be a str....

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Why our brain is like an Ice Cube

It is a common mistake to assume that gradual change will only engender incremental results. My experience has shown me that what may seem difficult at first, will at some point transform into massive results. This will be a key topic in my upcoming book ( more about this soon;-). But let me explain with my favorite subject, namely thinking: Ou....

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Resolving Military Conflicts

I key theme of my blog is that breakthroughs are caused through a shift in our thinking. This applies to international conflicts, in which warring parties often engage in a zero-sum conflict, while a win-win solution seems obvious to an outsider. For example, in the current conflict between Israel and Palestine, the obvious mutually beneficial outc....

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