Finding Clarity When You’re at a Crossroad in Your Career

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The Brain Buddha newsletter helps you live your best life by focusing on the 4 Pillars: Your Mind, Your Money, Your Body & Your Relationships.

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Finding Clarity When You’re at a Crossroad in Your Career

If you’ve followed the news in recent weeks, there’s been massive layoffs in the tech and banking industry worldwide.

When job cuts like this happen, it’s likely you’ll start thinking about what direction your career is heading and where you want it to go.

Here’s how you can get some clarity if you’re at a crossroad in your career.

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You’re Doing This Wrong…

Are you breathing properly?

A few years ago, I learned that I was not breathing properly.

Yes, there’s a RIGHT way to breathe and a wrong way.

Go figure.

Here’s how to breathe properly. [via Jim Kwik]


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When to Let Friendships Go

Lately, I’ve been sharing about how we’re lacking friendships and how it’s hard to make new friendships as adults.

But, in some cases, some friendships may have run its course and this is when it’s best to let some friendships go.


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