Holistic time managementIt is impossible to manage time; but you can gain more time through holistic time management. As the average age of the population increases, people become less interested in how to get more done in less time and more interested in how to get more time in which to do what they are already doing.
As an example, much has been written on diet when it involves weight control or diabetes or blood pressure or cancer or dozens of other possible afflictions. But until recently we haven’t heard much about maintaining brain health through proper nutrition. The three-pound mass of nerve cells and supporting tissues that we call the brain is so complicated with its 100 billion neurons, or active brain cells, that it is still not fully understood. But it is known that brain health is linked to proper diet as well as the other things such as a physically active lifestyle, stress management and adequate sleep.
There’s a lot of good information on nutrition and lifestyle changes needed for a healthy brain in the book Fantastic Voyage: the Science behind Radical Life Extension by Ray Kurzwell and Terry Grossman. Recently, there have also been many articles appearing in newspapers on “brain diets” as interest in healthy aging increases.
Based on research, foods commonly recommended for healthy brain cells, improved cognitive skills and fending off dreaded Alzheimer’s includes such things as berries, walnuts, leafy greens, fish and the healthier unsaturated fats such as olive oil, flaxseed oil and non-hydrogenated margarine.
But diet is only one of many strategies that will increase your health and well-being. More and more people continue to buy into the idea that the greatest time management strategies of all are those that help you to live longer, healthier and happier. These strategies are covered in the new field of holistic time management.
I offer one-hour teleseminars on holistic time management on a regular basis. Click here for details and to register. These eight areas will be discussed in more detail at our holistic time management teleseminars. The next one is scheduled for Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 8 pm to 9 pm Eastern time. You can learn more about the teleclass or register here