How to Turn a Bad Day Into an Amazing Day

The ten things I want to see in my life (making your wishes come true): 1) Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have finally found financial wealth doing the things I love to do, and being able to travel and stay anywhere all around the world. Taking my laptop and working all over the world, at coffee shops and restaurants together with Junko is what we dreamed about for years. I am so blessed to be able to see it happening right before my eyes! 2) Thank you, thank you, thank you for the money in my bank accounts which will keep us going in style beyond retirement. I work when I want, wherever I want and we see our investments grow regardless of the economy. 3) Thank you, thank you, thank you for our homes, one on the North Shore of Illinois and one close to our family here in Urayasu. We always make time to go to each every year and see all those that have raised us, taught us, and taken care of us throughout the years. It is our chance to pay back just a little of our happiness to the ones we love. 4) Thank you, thank you, thank you for the ability and means to share, volunteer and contribute much of our wealth to organizations that help others. We have always wanted to pay it forward, teach and be with those who may not have had it so easy in life, but will know in the very near future what it is to take control of their own lives and fulfill their purpose. 5) Thank you, thank you, thank you for ensuring that my mother is being well cared for while we are away from Chicago. We have been so fortunate to have found a kind and hardworking caregiver for Mom, who has definitely gone beyond the level of caregiver and really become a friend of the family. Thank you! 6) Thank you, thank you, thank you for allowing me to speak to audiences and tell my story. I knew that there were people out there who needed to hear it and get some idea of what they had in them and what they could do from that moment forward. 7) Thank you, thank you, thank you for giving me what I call the “ultimate quiet space” in my home, decked out with movie theater sound quality, a movie screen surrounding the entire room and all the latest technology in relaxation and brain enhancing sound and music. 8) Thank you, thank you, thank you for the 100 bitcoins I have gained from investing in crypto. When we had 25 BTC stolen from us in 2018 we felt pretty depressed. But now that’s seems so far away. I am so grateful for sticking through it and finding a way to make it back. Never giving up never disappoints! 9) Thank you, thank you, thank you Mike for being the example of what can come true. Junko and I look forward to visiting you, your wife and daughter in Orlando and having dinner together as we had always planned. 10) Thank you, thank you, thank you for this company we have started. We have grown as large as Mindvalley and Hay House, helping so many people along the way. As a matter of fact, Tom Bilyeu just called me and said he wanted to collaborate on a documentary with Mike Dooley, Deepak Chopra and Oprah. I said I’ll think about it…

Have you ever had a bad day and decided to throw in the towel? A bad day can make you feel like giving up and waiting for tomorrow to come. However, a bad day can be saved. You really don’t get that many days over…

Train Yourself to Use Healthy Sleep Positions

The way you sleep at night is so important. If you can train yourself to use healthy sleep positions, you'll get a better night's sleep and all the health advantages that come with it. Evaluation of Common Sleep Positions: 1. Back sleepers rule. Most experts agree that sleeping on your back with no pillow under your head is the ideal position. This allows your spine to maintain its three natural curves at the lower and middle back and near the neck. It also encourages deep breathing. 2. Side sleepers can also sleep well. Many studies confirm that the fetal position is the most popular, especially among women. It can be relatively healthy if you use pillows and stretches. This will compensate for any tendency to press on nerves by resting your head on your arm or to twist your lower spine by hiking one leg up too high. 3. Stomach sleepers may be in for a rough time. Sleeping on your stomach puts a lot of strain on your back and neck. It also compresses your lungs, making it difficult to breathe correctly. Even if it feels comfortable, you may wind up with chronic aches and pains. How to Train Yourself in Healthier Sleep Positions: 1. Get motivated. Sleeping well is vital to your health and well being. Keep these benefits in mind:
 * Avoid aches and pains. Just by modifying your sleep position, you can help reduce your risk for chronic headaches and pain in your lower back and neck. * Breathe better. Lying on your back automatically helps you to draw full breaths from your diaphragm. You can wake up feeling more refreshed and have more energy all day. * Improve your sleep for free. There's no charge for learning to sleep on your back. With a little effort, you may be able to avoid buying expensive mattresses and other sleep aids. 2. Practice lying on your back. It's easy and it's good for you. Lying on your back helps to keep your spine in alignment. Just lie down for 10 minutes or more. Make sure the back of your head and shoulders touch the mattress. Slip a rolled up towel under your neck or use a small neck-roll pillow.
 3. Try to fall asleep on your back. If you want to convert to sleeping on your back, try starting out on your back when you get into bed. If you're very tired, you may find it easy to fall asleep in that position and start making it a habit.
 4. Try to stay on your back. Even if you want to sleep on your back, you may wind up changing positions while you're slumbering. Just return to lying on your back as often as possible. You can also put pillows or rolled up blankets alongside your body to help keep you in place.
 5. Use pillows to modify any sleep position. The strategic use of pillows can make any position healthier. When sleeping on your back or side, put a pillow between your knees to take any strain off your lower back. Hugging a full-length body pillow can help stomach sleepers learn to sleep on their sides. 6. Do some stretches when you get out of bed. Everyone can benefit from doing at least 10 minutes of stretches when they first get up. Target your neck and shoulders or any area of discomfort. Position yourself to sleep well and suffer less aches and pains. You spend about one-third of your life sleeping, so use the time wisely. With some simple changes in your sleep position, you can wake up feeling refreshed with an excellent source of energy throughout day.

The way you sleep at night is so important. If you can train yourself to use healthy sleep positions, you’ll get a better night’s sleep and all the health advantages that come with it. Evaluation of Common Sleep Positions: 1. Back sleepers rule. Most experts…