How to Become More Positive in 30 Days or less

Gratitude

More positive? Why would we want that? Are we all pessimists or something? Well….. no. Not exactly. I do have a lot of experience with many people though, that are definitely more skewed towards noticing the negative things in life more. There are both positive and negative things in the world. Well, really there aren’t.…

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Leaders Are Readers: June Book of the Month

June Book of the Month | Hari kalymnios | The Thought Gym

All leaders are readers. Well, maybe not all. But many of the best ones certainly are in my experience. And this month I want to share with you a book that may have been a little controversial at the time. Or certainly the topic was controversial when the author was first presenting it (many years…

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Being Overweight Leads to a Smaller…….

…Brain! That’s according to one leading psychiatrist – Dr Daniel Amen. We all know that being overweight comes with a host of health and physical related issues. Dr Amen suggests, through analysis of 70,000+ brain scans using SPECT technology (which stands for Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography), that as you get more overweight, you tend…

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5 Favourite Things for May

Fave Things May | Hari Kalymnios

If you want a bit of an edge in life, or just to find things that will help you in life, then this series is for you. I share – each and every month – a few items that make my life easier, improve it in some way or are just cool to have. So…

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7 Traits of Great Leaders, according to Jim Rohn

What Makes A Super Leader | Hari Kalymnios

Just like last time, it’s back to Jim Rohn. What some call the father of modern personal development. I have learnt so much from listening to the late great master on audio and love sharing some of that wisdom. What follows is an adaptation of his 7 traits of great leaders. 1) Be Strong, but…

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How to Live A Good Life according to Jim Rohn

Good life | Hari Kalymnios | The Thought Gym

In this article I wanted to share with you 6 ways (according to the late great personal development philosopher Jim Rohn) to live a good life. What’s a good life? One that you enjoy, have health, happiness and give back. That’s one way to describe a good life. You might have another. Have a read…

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LEADERS ARE READERS: Book of the Month – April

Book of the Month - April | Hari Kalymnios

This month’s book of the month is ‘Become a Key Person of Influence’ by Daniel Priestly. I read this book back in 2011 and it’s still a book that I give away to new entrepreneurs and professionals looking to become key people of influence (KPI’s) in their fields. It’s a short and simple book that…

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Leaders are Readers: Book of the Month – March

Hari Kalymnios | The Thought Gym | Book of the Month - March

This month, I continue the trend with giving you a book to look at which will be of use to you. As I mention time and time again, leaders are readers and also, to earn more you must learn more. With that in mind, this month’s book is called Bounce by Matthew Syed. Matthew is…

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How to Improve Your Brain Health

Dr Daniel Amen (author of the book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life) is a psychiatrist who has analyses over 70,000 brain scans using a S.P.E.C.T. scan (Single Photon Emission Computerised Tomography). And he’s found some interesting characteristics and qualities when it comes to brain health. And I’m assuming that you want your brain to…

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How Beliefs Can Shape You

What are beliefs? We can have beliefs about religion, about which foods are good/bad for us, about different races, cultures, companies, people. On and on. Beliefs are fundamental to what it is to be human. Beliefs can be so strong in fact that we will lose friends over them, go to war over them, maybe…

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