Friday, June 27, 2014

How to Bust a Bad Mood ASAP

We all have those days when things just don’t go our way. Rather than dwell on the day’s shortcomings, follow this advice and pick yourself up out of the trenches!


1. Go grab some sushi! Omega-3 fatty acids that are abundant in seafood are linked to raised levels of dopamine and seratonin, the same brain chemicals boosted by antidepressants.


2. Lift your spirits with scent. Studies have shown that people who sniffed lavender or orange were likely to be less stressed. Spritz on a scent with these notes and you will soon find your mood on the rise.


3. Go get some sun! Too little sunshine can lead to Vitamin D deficiencies. A recent study found that Vitamin D  levels were 14% lower in depressed people.


How to Feel Better in a Few Easy Steps We all have those days when things just don’t go our way. Rather than dwell on the day’s shortcomings, follow this advice and pick yourself up out of the trenches! -Bronson Quon



How to Bust a Bad Mood ASAP

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Quotes That Have Inspired ME!

There is a plethora of amazing and influential quotes out there. I took some time and compiled a list of my Favorite Top Ten Success Quotes. Check them out here


-Bronson Quon



Quotes That Have Inspired ME!

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-Bronson Quon



Bronson Quon's Top Ten Favorite Success Quotes

A Girl's Best Friend

Here's a very touching story about a toddler and her four-legged friend: Alida was born with a rare lung disease that requires her to always be connected to a 6 lb oxygen tank. With the help of Mr. Gibbs, she is able to do all of the fun things kids her age do: play in playgrounds and ride her bike. The scruffy dog has been taught to stay by her side and carry her oxygen tank. It's unusual for service dogs to work with kids younger than five, but Mr. Gibbs has been doing a great job and has become an integral part of the family. 



-Bronson Quon

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

4 Steps to Career Success

Here are a few steps that will help you thrive in the workplace and get on your way to attaining new heights.


1. Reach for your dreams. By staying connected to your vision, you will be more likely to be successful and happier.


2. Write down your plans. Make sure they are clear, realistic, and attainable. Writing them down will help you focus on your path to success.


3. Be true to yourself. You are the only person who knows what you want to do and what will make you happy. Identifying obstacles is also helpful because it will allow you to plan for them and figure out how to overcome them.


4. Build a support system. By surrounding yourself with other successful people that want to see you achieve your dreams, you will be one step closer to becoming who you want to be.


How to Be Successful Here are a few steps that will help you thrive in the workplace and get on your way to attaining new heights.



4 Steps to Career Success

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Bao Bao: Miracle Panda

A female giant panda cub was born in August 2013 at the Smithsonian's National Zoo. The cub's parents had been trying to conceive for years, so scientists are relieved that they can still reproduce (critical because the species is endangered in the wild). Bao Bao is only the second cub to survive birth in captivity since pandas first arrived at the zoo in 1972. 


Tuesday, June 3, 2014

3 Tips for Organizing Yourself at Work

Hectic schedules and multiple projects may lead us to become overwhelmed at work. Here are a few quick tips to help you get organized and stay organized!


1. Don’t multitask! Studies show that multitasking can negatively affect your brain and memory. Instead, focus on one task at a time and you’ll notice that you can get it accomplished more effectively.


2. Create a to-do list and stick with it! Take a few min at the end of each day to write out your upcoming tasks for the following day. The key is to focus on actually completing these tasks and rewarding yourself when you do so.


3. Don’t procrastinate! This is much easier said than done, but procrastination only increases stress and work load in the long run. Try to get things done as quickly as possible and cross them off your to-do list.


How to Organize Yourself at Work Poor organization often leaves us feeling stressed out and trapped. Follow these tips to avoid that!



3 Tips for Organizing Yourself at Work

Sunday, June 1, 2014