How Brain Power and Focus Make You Happier and Luckier

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I’ve just finished publishing my second book of the year, stuck at home while going through a pandemic, feeling a little burnt out and even bored. It’s easy to reach that state due to mental fatigue, but when you realize what’s happening to you mentally and physically, you can make the change. As the song by Bobby McFerrin goes, “don’t worry, be happy.” This article focuses on using brainpower and focus to make you happier and luckier. It is common in self-help literature to hear that being more confident, believing in yourself, and regularly thinking positive thoughts can all help you feel happier and even influence your life in a

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Grandmaster Jessie Bowen
is president of Karate International of Durham, Inc., a member of the American Martial Arts Association Sport Karate League and Hall of Fame, and has been a member of the Duke University P.E. Staff for over 25 years. He is the author of Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation and Zen Mind-Body Mindfulness Meditation for Martial Arts, as well as several other books, programs, and audio CDs on meditation and success training.