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October 24, 2017

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"I have failed over and over again - that is why I succeed."
- Michael Jordan

"The great end of life is not knowledge but action."
- Thomas Henry Huxley

"The men who have done big things are those who were not afraid to attempt big things, who were not afraid to risk failure in order to gain success."
- B.C. Forbes

"Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do."
- John Wooden

"Success is living up to your potential. That's all. Wake up with a smile and go after life ... live it, enjoy it, taste it, smell it, feel it."
- Joe Knapp

"Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly." - Robert F. Kennedy

"A leader has the vision and conviction that a dream can be achieved. He inspired the power and energy to get it done."
- Ralph Lauren

What's New?

It's never too early to begin looking after your health, and to take anti-aging steps to remain as youthful as possible for as long as possible.

Let's face it, its not much use being wealthy and successful in life if you are too ill, or out of shape, or downright feeble, to actually get to ENJOY all the nice things that come with your success.

As I suggested last week that I might do, I want to remind you that your HEALTH and physical/mental wellbeing are a keystone in your life goals if you want to be happy, and I strongly recommend that you don't take your health (or your youth) for granted!

So this week I decided to share with you the report I first posted in The Health Success Site magazine. I've worked hard to create this site with Warren over the past few years, and I'm proud of what we've built.

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"Anti Aging For Your 20s and Beyond"

Everyone wants to look and feel young, but most people don't give anti-aging products a try - or follow a lifestyle that can help keep them young until aging becomes an apparent issue.

But what you might not realize is that the best way to look and feel young is to start with an anti-aging regimen when you're still in your 20s.

However, it's also never too late to start turning back the clock.

Anti-Aging Preventatives in Your 20s

When you're still in your 20s, it can be so easy to feel like your health is at its all-time best.

But this is actually the stage of your life when future problems can start to show up - little warning signs that you might not know that you're overlooking.

When you're at this age, you should eat a diet that gives your body the healthy nutrients that it needs.

This will help your overall health. You should also take vitamin supplements to make sure that you get all of those necessary nutrients.

You also want to make sure that you're getting plenty of antioxidants because these help stave off certain cancers. Take care of your skin by using creams or lotions that keep the collagen smooth.

Collagen begins to break down even when you're still a young person. So do what you can to prevent that now.

Make sure that any moisturizer that you purchase contains antioxidants because these help youranti-aging skin care.

Many people in their 20s just don't go to the doctor that often and that can really impact your health later in life. You should go for regular checkups at this age.

This is a way for your doctor to perform routine screenings that can catch a health issue before it becomes a major problem.

At this age, most men and women are sexually active and will often have more than one partner.

Getting tested for STDs is a way to make sure that your reproductive organs remain healthy. Certain kinds of STDs can be forerunners for cancer.

You need routine blood pressure checkups as well as weight checkups to make sure that your BMI is within a healthy range.

While carrying a few extra pounds might not make that much of a difference to your health now, by the time you start hitting your late 30s and 40s, that extra weight can cause some serious cardiovascular issues.

You need to have your complete blood count done when you go in for a checkup. This will allow your doctor to make sure that nothing out of the ordinary is going on with your blood.

Women need to have breast exams as well as pap smears. Women as young as nineteen have been diagnosed with breast cancer. The odds are higher if you have a family history.

Men at this age need to be tested for testicular cancer. Many of these types of cancers can be silent cancers so getting checked regularly is important.

More risks that people at this age face are stress related issues, not getting enough sleep, gaining weight and consuming too much alcohol.

Make sure that besides getting a physical, that you're also getting regular dental as well as eye exam checkups.

It's important that you eat right, get enough sleep, exercise, drink only in moderation and get regular checkups so that you can have a long and healthy life.

How you take care of your body now can make a difference in how well it ages.

Tips to Stay Young in Your 30s

Just like most 20 something year olds, most people in their 30s don't give a lot of thought to anti-aging products or living a lifestyle that keeps them feeling young.

They believe that youth is on their side. But time goes by in the blink of an eye and before you know it, decades will have passed.

For a good anti-aging regimen at this age, both men and women should make sure that they exfoliate.

Staying hydrated is a big deal that can go a long way toward giving your skin a healthy, vital glow.

Make sure you protect your skin by using sunscreen when you're outside for long periods of time. The sun will quickly age your skin.

Not only will it age your skin, but the sun can cause skin cancer even in young people.

It's important at this age that you routinely check any moles you may have to see if they've changed in size or in color. Any mole that bleeds should be checked out by your doctor.

If you have noticed that the time you've spent out in the sun hasn't been kind to your skin, use products that contain glycolic-acid - because this can help with sun damage.

However, when you use routine facial products, use ones that contain hyaluronic acid. This ingredient helps to keep the skin moist as well as keeping lines at bay.

You might not realize it, but lines on the face don't suddenly appear in your 40s. They actually begin forming in your late 20s and 30s.

So while you're young and your skin is still supple is the time to take care of it.

Eating a diet that has plenty of leafy green vegetables and fruits can give you antioxidants that will help ward off many types of cancers that can crop up.

Get plenty of foods that are rich in omega 3. You'll find this in fatty fish like salmon.

If you can't get enough omega 3, you'll want to get this in a supplement because it's a great anti-aging product that helps keep your brain sharp.

At this age, there are certain tests that you'll want your doctor to perform.

Regardless of whether you exercise or have an appropriate weight for your height, by the time that you reach your mid 30s, get your cholesterol checked.

This can let you know if you're within a healthy range or if your levels are creeping up into a zone that can predict heart trouble for you. You need to have your blood pressure checked, too.

This will let your doctor know if your heart is working too hard to pump blood. It's also recommended at this age to have a routine check for diabetes.

Diabetes is a disease that can abruptly announce itself but is one that's been existing quietly in a person's body for years before it's caught.

This is especially important if you have a family history of the disease.

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"Anti Aging For Your 20s and Beyond" Report continued...

Living Young and Healthy in Your 40s

The 40s can really be a fabulous time in your life. You certainly don't want to spend these years dealing with age related skin or health issues.

Besides eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and getting the exercise that you need to keep your heart healthy, you want to protect your skin.

Unfortunately, by the time you reach your 40s, the collagen in your skin just doesn't have the same smooth elasticity that it once had. That's because aging isn't in collagen's favor.

It starts to break down - and since this is a support for your skin, you end up getting wrinkles and saggy looking areas of skin.

What you can do to combat this is to use collagen firming creams and take collagen supplements.

You also want to go on an anti-aging regimen that includes foods that can prevent age related conditions such as age-related memory loss.

You can make sure you get the right vitamins that will help battle against dementia.

While most people don't struggle with this until they reach their 50s, you can start now in your 40s to prevent this.

You can prevent it by taking vitamin supplements to make sure that you're giving your body the minerals that it needs to function well.

Get plenty of folate, the B vitamins and vitamins C and E to keep your brain's neurons in top shape. You want to eat a balanced diet and you want to make sure that you exercise regularly.

You also want to make sure that you never stop stretching your brain. Learning is like exercise for your brain and you have to constantly keep it active.

Puzzles, games and learning new skills are good for this.

When you reach your 40s, you want to stay on top of whatever preventative measures that you can.

Besides taking care of your skin and making sure your mind is active, get the routine tests that your doctor suggests having done at this age.

You need to have your blood pressure tested as well as having your cholesterol screening done.

If your blood pressure is tested and the readings aren't normal, that can be a warning sign that your heart is working too hard.

It can also be a warning sign that you're at a higher risk for diabetes.

If your blood pressure comes back higher than it should, you need to have your A1c tested even if you're not carrying very much excess weight.

People who are slender can still have diabetes. At this age, women need to have mammograms done and men need to have their prostate checked.

One of the biggest factors in fighting aging is making sure that you stay healthy by having routine tests as well as not putting off getting checked if there is a problem.

Living Young Inwardly and Outwardly in Your 50s

Too many people assume that routine tests recommended by certain organizations mean that they're in the clear until they hit that age timeline.

But disease doesn't follow any organization's "average" timeline.

A disease can strike a person as young as their teens. So that's why - while it's important to pay attention to guidelines that are recommended - you need to be tested for diseases sooner if you have a family history.

You also need to get tested earlier if you have a nagging feeling that something is just not quite right.

Many times, your body will give you a hint that something is going on. Listen to your gut instinct and get anything that's bothering you checked out.

In your 50s, what many people at this age begin to face are the appearance of certain cancers, vision changes, aches and pains, and for men, erec'tile dysfunction.

At this age, you an also begin to experience hair loss or early stages of hearing loss. You can also be at risk for heart diseases and higher than normal cholesterol counts.

Menopause and osteoporosis can also be a concern. At this age, you may also start to notice the first signs of age spots on your skin.

You can eat a diet filled with foods as well as drink green tea that contain antioxidants to help prevent certain cancers.

You'll want to make sure you get regular vision checkups because many vision problems can be treated if they're caught early.

Regular exercise can help keep the muscles strong and limber.

If you're a man experiencing ED, you can talk to your doctor about your treatment options.

Women having trouble with menopause symptoms such as hot flashes can take certain supplements to ease the symptoms.

To prevent a risk of developing osteoporosis in both men and women, you want to make sure that you get plenty of Vitamin D3, which works to keep the bones healthy.

When you're in your 50s, you should have a regular checkup. During the checkup, your doctor should test your blood pressure and compare the levels to previous visits.

You should also have your cholesterol checked as well as be screened for diabetes.

An all over skin test should be conducted to check for abnormalities and anything unusual should be referred to a dermatologist.

It's important too that you keep an eye on your heart health. At this age, your doctor should do a baseline EKG to look for any rhythm problems.

Women should have a mammogram and pap smear. Men should have a prostate screening.

Both men and women should have a colonoscopy to check for any abnormal growth of polyps.

Both should also undergo a bone density screening to check for early signs of osteoporosis.

Fighting Aging in Your 60s and Beyond

Many people are living well into their late 90s and beyond thanks to a lifestyle that promotes good health.

Having a long life doesn't just happen - although family genetics do play an important part.

By having a regular beauty as well as a health routine, you can enjoy your golden years.

Keep stress and weight both at a minimal by eating right, exercising and getting plenty of sleep.

Find ways to deal with stress and don't let it build within you. Practice good skin care routines to prevent wrinkles. Look for skin rejuvenating products to help keep skin soft and supple.

Men who are having an issue with thinning hair can discuss treatment options with their doctor. At this age, men should have a PSA blood test.

This test can detect abnormal levels of PSA in the blood. Numbers above a certain level require more testing to rule out prostate cancer.

Besides getting routine screenings for blood pressure and cholesterol, people at this age should also have a bone test.

A colonoscopy is recommended only if you haven't had one in the previous five years.

However, if you have a family history of this cancer, the test is recommended more often.

It's important at this age to stay on top of eye exams because cataracts and other vision problems can begin to be particularly troublesome at this age.

If you have a history of floaters or are severely near or far sighted, it's even more imperative that you be checked.

Your doctor will check the pressure in your eye to see if it's elevated. This can be a sign of glaucoma.

There really isn't a magic potion to prevent aging. However, the best thing that you can do is to start where you're at, whatever age that is and practice good health.

That means that if you haven't been eating right, start now - and if you've never been big on vitamins and supplements, then you should learn how these can help you fight aging.

Exercise, even a little bit of it three to four times a week, can help in the fight against aging.

By eating right, exercising and getting your body checked out regularly, you'll have the tools that you need to look and feel young.


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Your eyes are important to your health:

Do you know the 20-20-20 rule when it comes to your eyes? Every 20 minutes of focusing on something like a computer screen, focus on something else 20 feet away for about 20 seconds.

It’s important to know your family eye history. Certain conditions are hereditary, so get yourself checked out.

Antioxidants are good for your eye health, so load up on berries, broccoli, garlic, spinach, whole grains and more.

Keeping tabs on your blood pressure is not only good for your body, it’s important to your eye health too.

Another reason not to smoke: It increases your chances of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and other eye issues.

Protect yourself from UV damage to your eyes. Put on those sunglasses!

You probably need green leafy vegetables for your eye health more than you need carrots. They contain lutein, which can help prevent and reverse some eye disease.

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"Hypnotherapy For Social Anxiety – Getting Rid Of Those Jitters And Overcoming Shyness"

It was back in 1700s when the first research about hypnosis (originally termed as animal magnetism) was set in motion by Franz Anton Mesmer.

However, it wasn’t until 1958 when the American Medical Association (or AMA) acknowledged hypnotherapy’s validity as a very useful medical procedure.

Fast forward today, hypnotherapy, usually combined with Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy (or CBT), has been one of the tried and tested ‘tools’ for stopping smoking, alleviating pain and physical conditions like asthma and IBS, and those are just to name a few.

And just recently, another discovery has been made concerning new uses of hypnotherapy…that of relieving social anxiety and shyness.

If you are someone who tends to cower for no apparent reason when talking to strangers or stutter a lot when speaking in public, this may be just the ‘pill’ you need.

*Getting Rid Of Social Anxiety Through Hypnotherapy – How It Works*

“The events and experiences we undergo are linked to physical and emotional reactions.”

This is the premise of hypnotherapy. When we experience the same events once again, the physical reactions and emotions we have subconsciously linked to it (regardless if it’s healthy or not) are brought back to the surface…reactivated.

Here’s a simple example: Let’s say someone just had a traumatic public speaking experience. Perhaps, in the middle of his speech, he forgot his piece. He felt lost…he panicked in front of hundreds or even thousands of people.

Such a person is very likely to experience the negative/unhealthy emotions when speaking again in public or shaking hands with other people. His subconscious has linked public speaking to panic and confusion.

Using the simple example above, the goal of hypnotherapy is to break that link…to separate the traumatic public speaking experience from the negative emotions he came to associate with it.

Furthermore, during these hypnotherapy sessions, the therapist might even give post hypnotic suggestions that will allow the subject to relax whenever he wants.

*What Happens In A Hypnotherapy Session*

Before a therapist starts a hypnotherapy session, he will first discuss your medical history – looking at and discussing the problems with you, while providing you with a simple overview of how the process works.

Just in case you are worried, no, the goal of hypnotherapy isn’t to make you run around the room like a chicken or do weird stuff.

That’s stage hypnosis. What hypnotherapy tries to do is to have you enter an altered state of consciousness.

Known as trance or hypnotic state, people in this different level of consciousness experience extreme relaxation, lowered blood pressure and heart rate, as well as significant changes in brainwaves.

BUT more importantly, while in trance or hypnotic state, you will be highly responsive to suggestions. These suggestions can be direct or multi-layered.

In most hypnotherapy sessions that deal with social anxiety, the latter has been found to work a lot better than the former.

These suggestions – its delivery and structure, will serve as the main tool of the hypnotherapist in breaking down the negative associations and anchors to social events and interactions you have unknowingly made.

At the end of every session, the hypnotherapist will bring you back to alertness and will discuss and reflect on the experience with you.

No pills, no pain – if that sounds like a great way to finally get rid of social anxiety, maybe it’s about time you give hypnotherapy the shot it deserves.

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Editor’s Note by Helene Malmsio

Well, Spring has totally Sprung here! I'm looking at baby peas and tomatoes, some spinach and silverbeet, I have herbs in abundance, sweetpeas are flowering and my broadbeans are making me look forward to a hot buttery session with them. The sweetcorn is taking much longer to come up than I expected, but it will be worth the wait!

On top of that, my little new Apricot tree is covered with tiny fruit, my mandarin is budding everywhere, and I'm hanging out for the other fruits I'll be harvesting this year!

Oh the joys of gardening, and harvesting the fruits of your labours.

Like most things in life, you reap what you sow, and I look forward to a great harvest in so many areas of life this year. I wish for you that you reap an abundance for your work as well.

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Dear God:
Are you really invisible,
or is that just a trick?
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Dear God:
Did you mean for Giraffe to look
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Dear God:
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-- Mark

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Maybe Cain and Abel wouldn’t kill each
other so much if they had separate
rooms. It works with my brother.
-- Larry

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If it comes back, It will always be yours.
If it doesn't come back, it was never yours.
But, if it just sits in your living room,
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- You either married it or gave birth to it!

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