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How To Improve Your Mental And Emotional Health Simultaneously

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Adopting a healthy lifestyle will improve your emotional and mental health!

Adopting a healthy lifestyle will
improve your emotional and mental health!

In order to improve your mental and emotional health, it’s imperative that you learn engage in activities that will help bring about personal development. Mentioned below are a few recommendations that you must know.

 Learn to help others and be a bit more altruistic. Altruism is extremely gratifying and rewarding and will simply bring you great joy. You’ll be greatly appreciated for your generosity and your acts of kindness which consequently will help to build your self-esteem.

Be more disciplined. Self-discipline will not only help you to be more productive but will also help you to defeat feelings of hopelessness, misery or any other pessimistic feelings.

Aim to learn something new frequently. Try discovering new activities that will challenge your brain. For instance you could try to learn a new language, a new style of dance, read a new book, visit some place new etc. The possibilities are endless. Just pick anything that entices your insides.

Spend more time in natural surroundings. Research shows that when individuals simply take a stroll down the park it helps to lower blood pressure and reduce stress levels. So make it a habit to spend as much time as you can in the natural environment, even if it’s for a few minutes.

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Five Techniques from Convention Speakers to Better Your Speeches

Convention speakers have a lot to teach but it's best to go up to a mic and practice your own techniques. Develop your own style to capture the eyes and ears of your audience.

Convention speakers have a lot to teach but it’s best to go up to a mic and practice your own techniques. Develop your own style to capture the eyes and ears of your audience.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

Convention speakers really capture their audience with what they’re saying. Is it their vocabulary? Maybe the way they dress? Perhaps it’s simply because they’re good looking? Convention speakers have their own techniques for getting the crowd’s attention and making them believe what they say. Public speaking is an art and should be treated as such. Learning how to woo a crowd takes years of experience, but here’s a few things to get you started:

  1. Project your voice: There are probably a lot of people attending your speech – your crowd. You won’t always have a microphone, so it’s important that you project your voice all the way to the back so that everyone is on the same page.
  2. Speak clearly: They can’t just hear you; they have to understand you, as well. Don’t slur; proper diction is important when you want to get your point across.
  3. Emphasize key words: This is to show importance in that term. Emphasizing key words is a technique for getting the crowd to remember the idea of your speech.
  4. Explore the stage: Staring at one spot for the whole duration of a speech is boring and members of the crowd might be tempted to look away after a while. Move around so their eyes have something to track.
  5. Move your hands: Make expressions that go along with what you say. It catches attention and keeps the crowd interested in you.

Becoming a great public speaker doesn’t happen over night, so it’s good to grab all the opportunities you can get to practice before a real audience and accumulate experience. Before you know it, these techniques will become natural and you’ll be just as charismatic as other convention speakers.

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