“Jay, sit down with a pad of paper, a pen and an envelope. Write to future Jay. Write your first letter to future Jay in five years, the next to future Jay in 10 years, and lastly to future Jay in 50 years. Describe where you are personally and professionally. Once you’re done, read your letters. Future Jay is likely highly accomplished both personally and professionally. Now find out what is preventing present Jay from becoming future Jay and take action today.”
Mitch Karpp describes 5 critical lessons he learned on his path to getting engaged.
1. You Must Truly Desire Marriage
Two months before I met Megan, my fiancé, I was having a conversation with a woman at a Shabbat lunch about dating. She said to me, “Doesn’t the idea of marriage scare you?” I responded to her by saying that I was more terrified of not ever getting married and remaining single my entire life. It was at this moment that I realized I was ready to find my “bashert”.
A music-based training program that challenges both the body and the mind may improve brain function and mood among seniors, suggests a new study from Switzerland.
"The take-home message is that 6-months of music-based multitask training (i.e., Jaques-Dalcroze eurhythmics) - a specific training regimen which was previously shown to be effective in improving gait and reducing falls - has beneficial effects on cognition and mood in older adults," Dr. Mélany Hars, of Geneva University Hospitals, told Reuters Health in an email.http://www.newsmaxhealth.com/Health-News/music-brain-senior-memory/2013/11/30/id/539261