Nourish Your Mind
"Your mind may be the closest thing to the Holy Grail of longevity and happiness. Education has been widely documented by researchers as the single variable tied most directly to improved health and longevity. And when people are intensely engaged in doing and learning new things, their well-being and happiness can blossom." (Moeller, 2012)
"Keeps our brain cells working at optimum levels, which can limit age-associated cognitive and memory decline."
Stimulating your brain with continual learning in a variety of forms - will keep your brain’s synapses continuing to perform as long as we are acquiring more knowledge. (CEU, 2020)
The Super Human Philosophy
"An intellectually stimulating lifestyle was found to reduce stress in executives by 68%." With as little as 6 minutes - reducing stress by two thirds! (World Literacy Foundation)
Use It or Lose It: One of the best ways to expand your horizons is to continually engage in new learning. When you stop learning, you start dying. Since your brain is like a muscle—the more you use it, the stronger it gets. When you learn something, new neural connections are created, which improves your capacity to remember. In fact, regardless of your age, mental exercise has an overall positive effect on your brain. On the other hand, when you stop learning, cognitive performance suffers as the internal connections in your brain begin to break apart.