How to handle difficult people

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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.

This issue is brought to you with The Brain Buddha’s Morning Buddha. A guide to starting your mornings on the right foot & setting up your day for success.


The habit of lifelong learning

Lifelong learning makes life enjoyable here at the Brain Buddha. 

We have a strong belief in learning as an ongoing & “forever” journey.

Just look at Hank as a perfect example.


Consider this when buying something

“When you buy something cheap and bad, the best you’re going to feel about it is when you buy it. 

When you buy something expensive and good, the worst you’re going to feel about it is when you buy it.” – Sasha Aickin, former CTO at Redfin

[via James Clear’s 3-2-1 newsletter]

This is what he shares on wealth & happiness.

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How to incorporate turmeric in your diet

Turmeric is well-known for its anti-inflammatory benefits.

But it might not be as well-known how to incorporate it into your diet.

Well, don’t fret, here’s some tips on how to incorporate turmeric into your diet.

Drink this to super-charge your body’s health.


How to handle difficult people

Narcissists, idiots, selfish people surround us every day.

Letting them get to you can be exhausting.

Here’s how you can deal with difficult people.


Photo by Lucas Calloch on Unsplash

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