Twenty Ways To Keep Your Attitude Positive, Part 2

Grandmaster Bill Clark column
Physiology Plays a Huge Part in How You Feel Pay attention to your own body language. Stand up straight, shoulders back, and smile in this position. It’s impossible to feel bad. Do the opposite and it’s alarmingly easy to feel bad. I regularly practice Tai Chi and Qigong. This practice has kept my posture at the top of my mind. This allows me to look and feel my best. Exercise Daily Workouts of any kind create endorphins, which is a chemical produced in the body that makes you feel better by creating a natural high. Don’t ride whenever you can walk. Walk and bike whenever you can. Park in the

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