an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Their advice will help people of all ages modify their lifestyles to remain healthy and active in their later years. This fun, easy-to-read book outlines common-sense ways to remain healthy.
Tips include taking power naps, immunizing yourself, doing breathing exercises to increase relaxation, maintaining friendships, taking an aspirin every other day, stretching in the morning, honoring personal traditions and keeping your sex life healthy.
Worry smarter and reclaim the joy in your lifeDo you lie awake at night agonizing over things that could happen? Do you automatically expect the worst? Have you worried obsessively about things only to have everything turn out okay? Instead of worrying yourself sick, let the The Worrywart's Companion show you how to worry smart and soothe yourself so that you can think more clearly, deal with the worry at hand, and then let it go.
Try these simple ideas and start worrying smarter right now: Talk to yourself the way a friend would - Take a warm bath - Practice "underreacting" - Imagine a happy ending - Do a good deed - Watch a funny movie
With these tips and many more, you will be able to release yourself from worry and learn to enjoy every moment--no matter where your life takes you.
urning Around explains behavior psychology and how to apply the techniques to daily supervision situations. It is a valuable reference to return to when faced with difficult management questions
Turning Around shows step-by-step how to assure top performance from yourself and all those on your team. It explains the most complex techniques in down-to-earth terms.
Turning Around tells how to:
Use behavior modification
Turning Around focuses strictly on objectives and how to achieve them day-in and day-out. It makes your job easier and your career progress more satisfying.
Many traditional management theories have failed to produce the desired results because they have tended to view employee behaviors as isolated events, and have thus overlooked their relationship to the environmental setting. These theories often point to internal needs, motives, and conflicts as the sole determinants of a person's actions. On the other hand, when you expand your vision to look at those behaviors in their environmental context, you may conclude that within that environment, it may be that your actions or nonactions are the very events that evoke or maintain the behaviors you would like to eliminate. In other words, one way of changing the behavior of those around you is to change your own behavior.
All-new editions of four popular guides to altering consciousness
-- These underground classics from the 1970s have been rewritten and repackaged with new illustrations and photos, and designed for easy readingA concise, readable, and affordable guide to the art of cultivating and producing psilocybin from mycelia and mushrooms.