3 Sure Signs He Likes You

Dating a guy can be easy. But reading his mind? Well, that’s tricky business.On the other hand, if you do like him, you can warm up to him and let him see that the romantic feelings are mutual. Is he into you? – Signs he’s into you. Are you wondering if he really loves you or whether it’s just a fling thing? Use these 3 signs he loves you to decode if love is really on his mind.   1. He makes it a point to be near you at often as possible Physical attraction between man and woman is animal and very physical. At its most basic level, attraction is based on the human need to reproduce. Nature dictates that we can only reproduce with those with whom we are physically close. If the guy you have a crush on makes it a point to be around you as often as possible, this is a sure sign he likes you. It doesn’t matter exactly what he is doing when he is near you, by the way: even if he is not paying any direct attention to you, if he is nearby often, count this as a sign that he has a crush on you. 2. He often touches you innocently Attraction and love go hand-in-hand, and attraction is often expressed through touching. The act of touching can be a proxy, or substitute, for the act of making love. Light touches on the back, shoulder, hair, or hands – even if they seem accidental – are excellent indicators that romantic feelings are present. 3. He tries to get a...

3 Tips for Boosting Work Productivity

Your work productivity begins in most cases with the proper planning and coordination of your own efforts. Obviously this is your personal responsibility to both plan and implement the chain of ‘events/activities’ that will help you to increase productivity in your professional life! The question now is what is it you can do to improve your personal performance and boost yourself to the top of your selected niche! Here are 3 quick tips to boost your personal performance each and every day that involves little or extra effort on your part! Enlist the Help of Your Subconscious Before you ‘hit the sack’ the night before determine what you want to accomplish the following day. Let your subconscious figure out ‘how’ you are going to do it while you sleep! It is amazing how your mind figures out solutions to pressing issues you have when you lay your head down on the pillow. Imagine being able to actually accomplish something that will contribute to improving your personal performance while you sleep! Upon awakening you will already have a pretty good idea as to how you will meet the challenges of that day! Tackle Toughest Tasks First Take advantage of your energy level when they are at their highest which is normally during the morning hours after resting all evening. Plan to address the toughest challenges of your day first with this high energy level and this will also allow you to focus much better as well. By approaching your day in this manner you allow yourself plenty of time to overcome any unforeseen difficulties. Upon completion you will feel content...

How To Make The Workday More Productive

In a world with more demands on fewer workers than ever before, productivity has become a buzzword at every level of the corporate environment. There are many ways to increase it – indeed, entire theories have been concocted and studies performed to determine a magic formula. But at the heart, increasing it takes just one simple thing: giving employees the proper tools to stay focused all day and get things done. Start With An Organized Desk Disorganization and clutter aren’t conducive to getting good work done. Mind you, this doesn’t mean that a messy desk must be cleaned up. Rather, it means that everything on there must be organized so that the primary user can find it all. By the same token, it’s problematic to use any kind of rotating desk system that stops employees from being able to really settle into their own space. A lot of companies speak about the value and savings from having a rotating setup, but it rarely works out that way because of the loss in productivity from your displaced staff. We naturally want to settle in and get comfortable in a space that we know. If you reach for a notepad to write down an idea, it should be right where you left it – and if you’re swapping around between multiple workstations, it often isn’t. Provide The Right Tools Being able to quickly resolve issues that can block productivity requires appropriately selected tools. For example, it shouldn’t be hard to pick up the phone and organize a group conference call if that’s the next logical step in a group planning process....

How To Get That Spark Back

The answer is shockingly easy. Be the person you were when you had spark. It’s no secret that in the beginning of a relationship we are on our best behavior. However, a more subtle reality is that falling in love makes us feel our most alive. In that high vibration, sharply alive energy, to put it simply, it’s easy to be exciting, sexy, and engaged. Not too mention your formerly single self was doing a lot of cool and exciting things – that you may or may not do anymore. Fast forward a few months or years and in many cases that highly charged vibe wears off. Now, I know what you’re thinking. “We have bills, pets, kids, cars, jobs, and responsibilities up the wazoo. I am run down and drug out most of the time. I don’t have the energy to fake being ‘madly in love’ ”. Here’s the trick. You have to get back to what turned you on before the relationship. What made you feel the most alive and engaged? What brought you the most bliss and joy. If you want to get that spark back in your marriage, you have to get that fire lit underneath yourself again. Working on your marriage never really works. You really only have yourself and your energy to play with. So, why not do just that. Play. You may be wondering, “But what about my spouse??? It takes two to tango. Don’t they need to do some changing too?” Maybe, maybe not. However, you stand a lot better chance of getting someone else to change by leading that band...

Tips For Panic Attacks

If you have ever experienced a panic attack then you know how scary it is. You become dazed and confused, you can’t think straight, you start sweating, your mouth turns dry, your heart starts racing and then you feel like you’re going to stop breathing at any moment. You are hyperventilating. In case you don’t appreciate what is happening when you are hyperventilating, I will explain it in simple terms. During the attack, the blood vessels to the surface of your body constrict and then the blood gets diverted to your muscles. The heart speeds up to send fuel (the oxygen laden blood) to your cells. The saliva glands dry up in anticipation of excess perspiration. All other bodily functions slow down ready for the fight or flight response. Adrenaline is released into the body which magnifies the whole experience. This results in an intense state of panic. Here is a method that’s been shown to work for some, if you are having a panic attack- This is a bit of a cliché really but have you ever heard of the paper bag method?? When you are experiencing a panic attack, you are over-breathing. This lowers the level of carbon dioxide in the blood, making you feel even worse. So, what you can do is to compensate for this by build up the level of carbon dioxide in the body again. This can be achieved by breathing into a paper bag. It works because you are breathing in the same air repeatedly. If you don’t have a paper bag on you, don’t worry, you can cup your hands instead...

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