Monthly Archives: January 2015

blog, Goals, Meditation & Yoga, Self Help, Yoga, Your Health


BEGINNING YOUR WORKOUT We use the word “workout” loosely here because, as we’ve pointed out, yoga is less workout and more mind-body exploration.  Workout implies sweating as you push your body into exercise mode.  That isn’t what yoga is about. So, here’s a good way to start your yoga plan.  Do these exercises in the order given for a good…

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blog, Goals, Self Help

Goal Setting for Teens

There is this story I remembered when I was still a kid, a series of stories about the ever lazy and ever stupid Juan: How Juan Motivates the Crabs. This wasn’t exactly the title but in the story, Juan appeared to be motivating the crabs when he whispered into them, “Go home, cross the sea and go to Mother. Tell…

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blog, Character Building, Goals, Self Help

Understanding Goal Setting Theory

Perhaps the most popular proponents of the goal setting theory are philosophers E.A. Locke and G. Latham. Their theory suggests that goal setting is innate among human beings and that identifying and mapping out methods to reach them are some of the most natural factors of human behavior. Related literature would tell you that goal setting theory is rooted on…

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