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Sleeping, Thinking, and Speaking Well to Success

Sleeping, Thinking, and Speaking Well to Success

by Byron M. Vidal

1. SLEEPING WELL

Sleeping well is an essential element to success. Sleeping well leads you to thinking well. Many students and laborers tend to give up sleep in order to achieve more. But studies show that it is better for the brain to sleep for a shorter number of uninterrupted hours than a longer number of fitful ones. We depend on our cognitive skills in our professional lives and when we fail to get a good sleep, our abilities to focus and concentrate, reason, remember and make good judgement is impaired.
Nothing is more essential to the brain’s physiological health and everyday maintenance than healthy sleep. Researchers at the Center for Translational Neuromedicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York found that that our brain performs a nightly flush where the brain rids itself of all metabolic by-products and waste that the brain cells produce as they work. This waste that gets tossed into a fluid area between tissue cells that make-up 20% of the brain is what is flushed out during this cerebral downtime that happens while we sleep.
Compared to good sleepers, poor sleepers tend to struggle to concentrate, are more likely to experience low mood and are more likely to be irritable. This could result to strained relationships, reduced productivity and a range of mental and physical health problems.
So the next time you are tempted to work late and burn the midnight oil, remember that sacrificing sleep could actually put you to a disadvantage. Putting in regular hours of sleep with a clear mind leaves you more focused and productive the next day, and you’ll feel healthier for it.
“Sleep is the one-third of our lives that affects the other two-thirds. Sleep well, live well.”    -Dr. Safwan BADR, former president of the American Academy of sleep medicine.

2. THINKING WELL

The world’s most successful people have one thing in common: they think differently from everyone else. This is how John C. Maxwell introduces his New York Times bestseller, How Successful People Think.

  1. Thinking is a discipline. If you want to be better at it, you’ve got to work at it. Thinking well is the hardest work.  Melt and trim the unnecessary fat and plant and reap from your thinking well.
  2. Spend time with people who challenge you. Smart thinkers expose themselves to different ideas and type of people.
  3. It’s one thing to have an idea, another to follow through. “Ideas have a short shelf-life and you must act on them before the expiration date.”
  4. Thoughts need time to develop. Don’t just settle on the first thing that comes to mind. Thoughts need to be shaped until they have substance and they need to stand the test of “clarity and questioning”
  5. Smart people collaborate with other smart people. Thinking with others has its benefits. It’s like allowing yourself a shortcut to experiencing everything and learning from them.
  6. Reject popular thinking (or not thinking at all)
  7. To appreciate others’ ideas, you need to value other ideas. Don’t think that you are always right. Be open to other ideas so you can have room to expand your own.
  8. Engage in reflective thinking to allow yourself perspective and confidence in your decision-making. As Socrates said, “An unexamined life is not worth living.”
  9. Get over negative self-talk. Winners think in terms of “I will” and “I can” Smart people see possibilities, and not limitations. Former baseball star Sam Ewing once said nothing is so embarrassing as watching someone do something that you said could not be done.”
  10. At the end of the day, it’s important to remember we can all change the way we think.

Learning how to master the process of thinking well leads you to productive thinking. If you can develop the discipline of good thinking and turn it into a lifetime habit, then you will be successful and productive all your life.

3.  SPEAKING WELL

Thinking is useless when we don’t use the best words and best tools for it. Think well and speak best with accuracy. Brevity is the soul of wit, as less is often more. The best we select our words, the more we improve, leverage, and maximize our thinking device. Like software, it’s GIGO: Garbage In, Garbage Out. Ludwig Wittgenstein said, “The limits of my language are the limits of my world.” Selecting the best words in every moment of your life with creative, innovative, and expressive best words that you can define with accuracy not with vagueness is a must.  Select and define best words with accuracy daily or many times of the week, even if it is just an exercise.

When talking you must remember these things:

  1. Organize your thoughts. Think before you say anything
  2. Say what you mean
  3. Get to the point and say exactly what you want done
  4. Be concise and use the shortest, most familiar words
  5. Be real. Communicate clearly through your own personality and let the real you come through. People will be more convinced if you are more comfortable with yourself and what you represent.
  6. Speak in images. Use words that will help people visualize concepts.

Listening well is the other side of speaking well. In order to deliver the words that your audience want to hear, you must be able to feel their pulse and put yourself in their shoes.

  1. Show genuine interest and attention. Concentrate so you increase your retention and comprehension.
  2. Use your eyes to communicate. Look for feelings so you can see the real intentions not communicated verbally.
  3. Observe nonverbal signals so you can ask the right questions.
  4. Make the other person talk with ease and not fear being judged.

 

Not sleeping well for success, not thinking well, and not selecting the best words for every moment of your life is dangerous, as they encourage us to fool ourselves and others. I say, “Sleeping well for success, thinking well, and the habit of selective and usage of best words is the recipe of true success.”

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5 Healing Powers of Mushrooms You Did Not Know

  1. Mushrooms can help reduce obesity.Obesity is often associated not with caloric surplus, but with low-grade chronic inflammation and intestinal dysbiosis. Several medicinal mushrooms, like reishi and maitakehave been shown in animal studies to reduce body weight, inflammation, and insulin resistance.

 

  1. Mushrooms can help heal your gut.Since ancient times, medicinal mushrooms have been used to treat various illnesses, but only in the last few decades have Western research discovered why. The most potent active compounds, polysaccharides called “beta glucans,” are now known to get absorbed in the colon. Research from 2015 showed reishi mushroom modulate the composition of the gut microbiota,which proved what most had expected, that medicinal mushrooms’ healing properties are related to improved gut health.
  2. Mushrooms can help your skin, hair, and eye quality.Our skin is our largest organ, but it’s often the last place to get nutrients from your diet. Melanin is the pigment that’s produced on our skin when we get tanned from the sun that helps our skin look vibrant and gorgeous. Surprisingly high amounts of melanin are also found in the black outer parts of the chagamushroom.Melanin has been proven to improve hair and eye quality. With strong antioxidant properties, chaga mushrooms may also prevent you from getting sunburnt, improve your hair quality and make your eyes shine.

 

  1. Mushrooms can improve your sex drive.Mushrooms like cordycepshave been used as aphrodisiacs in Asian countries for centuries. Western science has proven that unlike some other aphrodisiacs, these actually might work. A study at Stanford Medical School found an increase in the 17-ketosteroid in the urine of men taking it, which indicates an increase in the subject’s sex drive and function. Controlled animal tests also offer credible evidence that regular Cordyceps use decreases recovery time between orgasms, and increases the volume of semen production.

 

  1. Mushrooms might help make you smarter.Some mushrooms, like reishiand cordycepshave been touted as strong “adaptogens.” This means taking them can help your body adapt to stressors better, and stay focused on the task in hand. Additionally, lion’s mane mushrooms have had early studies showing how regular eating of it can result in significant benefits to cognitive impairment.

So there are five lesser known healing effects mushrooms might have. And they’re all pretty amazing, right? Well, it may get even more interesting: google mushrooms and cancer. This should take you down a PRETTY INTERESTING rabbit hole…

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The story is pretty much the same everywhere; most people think that the word “mushroom” means a few culinary mushrooms (for example, the button mushroom) or hallucinogenic mushrooms (ironically, they can’t name any). It’s very common that say to me things like “Aren’t all mushrooms carcinogenic?” Or, “All mushrooms cause fungal diseases.” To me, this is like saying that all animals are bad because horses kill about 20 people each year (true story). It’s a massive generalization.

Here are 6 interesting things about mushrooms that I’ve collected to show you why our level of appreciation towards fungi is so high.

  1. Mushrooms are surprisingly close to humans

Mushrooms and mammals share 30-50% or more of the same genes, making us far closer to mushrooms than to bacteria or plants. The bad news is that because of this genetic similarity, the same pathogens that hit fungi usually affect us. The good news is that the same defense mechanisms fungi use can also help us when we consume them, hence the whole genre of medicinal mushrooms.

  1. Mushrooms are some of the oldest organisms alive

The largest living organism on planet Earth is a fungus discovered only a little over 10 years ago in Eastern Oregon’s conifer forest. This Armillaria solidipes fungi (the fungi formerly known as Prince, I mean Armillaria ostoyae) covers the size of roughly 20,000 basketball courts (8.4 km²) and weighs more than the great Blue Whale. It also could be the oldest living organism on Earth, with an estimated age of 2,400 years. 

  1. Mushrooms are their own kingdom

In biology, fungi are classified as its own kingdom, along with 4 to 5 others kingdoms such as: animalia, plantae, chromista, protozoa, and bacteria. Being on the same “level” as plants is already an indicator that fungi play a massive role in biology. British mycologist Dr. David L. Hawksworth, of the International Mycological Association, made a conservative estimate that there are at least 1.5 million species of fungi on earth (using a hypothesis that there are 6x the amount of fungi to every plant). The fungi kingdom is still vastly unknown to us humans, depending on the source, some believe we’ve only discovered 99,000 species of fungi, with new species are found at the rate of 1,200 per year. At that pace, it will take more than 1,100 years to catalog and describe all remaining fungi. Sadly, many of these fungi are very likely to become extinct before they are ever discovered.

  1. Mushroom are the basis of many drugs

Currently, we’ve identified that roughly 400 species of fungi have medicinal properties. According to experts, at least 40% of our drugs directly or indirectly utilize mushrooms. Herbalist Robert Rogers estimates that 126 medicinal functions are believed to be produced by medicinal mushrooms. Judging by these figures, it is not surprising to hear that during the last decade, there have been over 100,000 studies on medicinal mushrooms in Asia alone. The most famous “mushroom drug” is mold fungus based penicillin. After 1928, when Dr. Alexander Fleming “found” it, penicillin has been said to save tens of millions of people (some say even over 200 million lives but who really knows for sure?).

  1. Mushrooms are faster, stronger, larger…

If organism had an Olympic games, mushrooms would probably score more medals than China. In high jump, even Javier Sotomayor at his best couldn’t compete with fungus that ejects its spores with more than 20,000 G’s of force! Bodybuilder Ronnie Coleman would look like a marathon runner next to the prehistoric reproductive fungal structures that were up to 25 feet high. And finally in the sport of ultra masculinity, Rocco Siffredi & Co. would have to stand in awe to Calvatia gigantea that can produce 20 trillion spores in its lifetime. If each spore would grow into another fully mature mushroom, those 20 trillion puffballs would equal a mass 3x greater than the Sun.

  1. Mushrooms can save the world in many ways

Fungi are known as extremophiles, which means they can live anywhere from the Sahara Deserts to the Arctic. Besides being able to break down oil – which is impressive by itself – fungi can also break down extremely toxic chemical weapons of mass destruction and nerve agents like Sarin and VX. With melanin pigments fungi can feed itself purely on ionizing radiation and maybe because of this fact there has been fungi sightings in both spacecrafts and nuclear waste zones (the reactor core of Chernobyl, for example). Fungi are also used to remove pollutants in the field of bioremediation

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Some of My Next Blogs/Articles/Posts Will Evolve By The Good Reminders of the Words Below:

“We all have, let’s say, two or three dozen massive pain points in our lives that everyone can relate to. I try to basically write about those, and then I try write about how I attempted to recover from them.”    James Altucher

Tim Ferriss wrote, some of my most popular blog posts since 2007 have been the least time consuming but the most uncomfortable. To produce these, I usually ask myself:

“What am I embarrassed to be struggling with?  And what am I doing about it?”

“The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing too much of yourself. That’s the moment you may be starting to get it right.”    Neil Gaiman, University of the Arts commencement speech

What You Can Do Within Four Hours Like I Do

What You Can Do Within Four Hours Like I Do

by Byron M. Vidal

What You Can Do Within Four Hours Like I Do:

  • Two sets of the power of breathing exercises for nearly one hour while the state of the weather is cleaning the natural air. I did it near the plants. I learned the power of breathing exercises from Anthony Robbins and David Wolfe.
  • I ate two apples and two citrus fruits with Lindt 90 percent supreme dark chocolate with the power of the empty stomach. You must only eat fruits with an empty stomach. I will explain about it on my next posts/blogs/articles.
  • I got 96 liters of tap water with my bare hands from nearly across the street up to 2nd floor through stairs. Stamina, endurance, and resiliency training. More to this on my next blogs.
  • I read cool and sensible books.
  • I did the meditative process.
  • I handwritten the classic way. Kinetic memory kicks in when you are writing.
  • I communicated well with reasonable clients through my very simple mobile phone. You will somehow smile and laugh when you will have the opportunity to see my old-fashioned mobile phone. Always remember, “The wiser the soul, the greater the simplicity,” I got that very powerful words from an unknown source.
  • I Believe You Can Do Better Than I Do Because That’s Why I’m Here For You. You Must Believe In Yourself Like I Do To You. Your Eustress Is You.