Intellectual Health page
In the world that we live in today, one of the most vital parts of our day is our intelligence. We stretch our intellectual health to the limit in a good day, and barely scratch its potential on a bad day. On the days where are most productive and most successful, we’ll feel like we have used our brains and our intellect for good. When we have days when we achieve nothing or regress? We know that we haven’t tapped into our intellectual depth.
Through our articles on intellectual health at A Change for Better, we want to help you understand that you can make some major progress quickly. This comes from helping you to spot the symptoms of mental health challenges, understand the habits of people who achieve great things, and understand where you might be going wrong in many aspects of your life.
Intellectual health is something that we all need to have in spades to achieve what we want to in this world. And through my assistance and expertise, we’ll help you get to a stage where you can make that possible. So, view our wellness articles and understand what comes next when it comes to intellectual health.
In this article we are going to discuss ways you can naturally reduce depression symptoms.
It can seem impossible to budget when you don’t make enough money, but I’m here to tell you relief is possible. Being in debt and financial insecurity are very stressful experiences. Knowing that at any time, everything could be taken away.
This article is about habits and how making small changes to your daily routine can help new habits to be formed.
When experiencing anxiety, negative or challenging emotions, flashbacks, the practice of using grounding exercises can help you take control. Grounding exercises are especially effective for managing feelings of overwhelm and panic.
As Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs pyramid shows us, safety and security are some of our most fundamental needs. Taking safety measures to look after yourself and your home should be top priority. Some are things you’re probably already doing. Others you may not have thought about.
Part of being an entrepreneur is having the right knowledge and tools backing you. Most entrepreneurs would agree that there are some basics that everyone needs to know before getting started. Getting a good education does not require you necessarily to go back to school but to use the resources already out there. That is why we have compiled our list of must-reads for entrepreneurs.
In my professional career, I often hear from clients that they don’t do anything for self-care. Mindfulness and meditation are not on their radar. This article will highlight the importance of meditation. Specifically the Loving Kindness meditation and studies that prove it’s usefulness in our day to day lives.
Egocentrism is defined as the inability to differentiate ones self from others or to see a situation from another’s point of view. Piaget used the term in his research on cognitive development in children. Later, Elkind offered an more detailed explanation of egocentrism in adolescents. In this article we are going to talk about what egocentrism is and how it plays a role in your life today.
What are some of the most overlooked resources in your life? Achievements can be measured by many different standards. In life, and in your career, there are always set metrics for demonstrating success. How do you measure success for yourself?
It is important to ensure you are taking care of yourself during self-isolation during the coronavirus. Physically making sure you are getting enough movement while home and are eating the best foods to keep you healthy. Mentally that you are getting enough social interaction and mental stimulation. Spiritually, not losing faith or hope in a better tomorrow. Financially making ends meet.