Overthinking - Underdoing

Everyone is dealing with something on some level, yet most (I realise this is a generalisation) situations are not big problems until we start to think. An article by Kanwer Singh talks about overthinking problems is like blowing up a balloon. The more we think the bigger and more scarier the balloon gets. The result being we are less likely to act.

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Bryce Finck
Investment Management vs. Financial Advice

To get the most out of investment management you really need to also be receiving well thought-out financial advice. They go hand-in-hand because you can’t make legitimate investment recommendations until you understand someone’s personal situation.

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Bryce Finck
Why the comfort we choose hurts us in the end.

Pain or the feeling of it at its simplest definition is the physical process which protects us from the things that harm us. For the survival of humans this was important as it stopped us from being eaten, burned or freezing to death.  While these types of dangers have reduced substantially due to the evolution of technology and common sense they have been supplanted by less physical, more emotionally driven threats. Why is this important? Due to how we perceive danger and the chemical response that happens in our body as a result, the physical effects can actually be longer lasting.

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Bryce Finck
Quit Quitting..........

Put your hand up if you are a quitter? Or a find yourself on a constant merry-go-round. Whether it’s weight-loss, exercise, diet or saving money – the list is endless. Doing something only to fall back into old habits to start over again in 6,12,18,24months??

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Bryce Finck
Gradually move yourself away from chronic low back pain

For a large percentage of the population, chronic low back pain can be debilitating. It can affect our lives dramatically, both physically and mentally. Traditional management for low back pain has been prescription pain medication, rest and sometimes manual therapy such as massage, acupuncture and potentially surgical intervention. However, the management model for chronic low back pain has now evolved as a result of years of extensive research and clinical trials. And the key to resolving low back pain may actually surprise you...

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Bryce Finck
To fix back pain, you must be more childlike...

When we go through our development process from baby to young child, then to young adult and beyond, we gain a certain set of physical skills related to the movements we perform. These are the building blocks that allow us to move throughout our lives in effective ways. Whilst it is not a disaster to miss certain steps within this process, we may develop weakened motor patterns and coordination in less-used positions. While we are younger and generally keeping active due to daily play, we may not feel the effect of these differences as exercise keeps us strong relative to our size. But, what happens when we grow up?

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Bryce Finck