It’s vital to understand the strong link between Mind care and Body care.

Don’t allow your joy to be consumed by mental exhaustion, overwhelm and stress.

Optimize your mental health with strategy. Practice simple and easy tools that play a big role in your daily mood.
Achieve a positive, energized, focused, calm and peaceful state of mind.

healthy mind habits!

We are not trained enough to face the real challenges in life. More education and support is needed in helping people navigate their Mind. This will lead to a happier and healthier society.

Equip yourself with these 10+1 Mind habits to be able to navigate your Mind in any situation. Choose perspective and actions that are in your own best interest.


Audit who you are and connect with yourself on the deepest level.
Observe what you do when nobody else is watching. That is who you are.

Self-awareness is the key. You won’t be able to live the lifestyle that brings you happiness unless you know what happiness looks like for you. Self-awareness and deep understanding of your body and mind help to set the right goals in life. It helps to choose the right people and adapt the pace you operate at.

This is your compass which will keep your life balanced. Whatever you want to accomplish, your journey begins with simple mindset practices that clarify what is important to you and what it takes to get there. Having a calm, present awareness will allow you to respond to life, instead of simply reacting based on your inherited behaviors and reflexes, or by following what others do.

Self-awareness allows you to recognize and accept your weaknesses, while focusing all of your attention on your strengths. It helps to overcome the ego and to gain peace with yourself and your skill set. There are only few things more liberating than knowing who you are, why you do what you do, and not apologizing for it.

If you want to get to know yourself, you need to spend time with yourself. Not walking a dog, not playing with your kids, not jogging, not cooking, but being still, going inside and having that conversation with yourself about yourself. Take time to audit who you are, see the good and the bad, and be your own best friend.


Be all-in with yourself. When you accept yourself the way you are, the world recognizes you.
Embrace your authenticity and do you.

Self-love is being aware of yourself, seeing the good and the bad and being accepting. Stay true to yourself, embrace your uniqueness and take pride in who you are. Let people see a proud, confident, strong and happy spirit.

Trying to cover up your flaws is counter-productive. You’ll attract more people covered in masks and inauthentic unhealthy relationships. Drop the perfect-syndrome, hold up a mirror and appreciate all of your weaknesses like you appreciate your strengths. Do all the self-love work on yourself first and see how your relationships with others improve. When you stop judging and beating yourself up, you stop judging other people and start to accept and love them for who they are.

The only thing you are responsible for is your best. You cannot do better than your best. Face your fears and back up your beliefs with action. Make sure your values map your actions, and through integrity and ability to choose your truth, you will gain love and credibility with yourself.

Searching for yourself and finding your rock takes time. It’s a blend of your own hard won spiritual beliefs, core values, and an understanding of your unique self. But once you have found it, and you build your self-love and worth upon it, you are free to play and enjoy everything around you.


Your passion is for you. Your purpose is for others.

We all want to follow our passion. We want to make money at what we’re really good at or what we enjoy doing. We want our private relationships to be extraordinary, passionate, lasting. We want to live a meaningful life, feeling truly alive. Why is it so challenging to succeed at it?

Passion is not a person, place or a thing, standard of society or expectation to be met. It is a feeling of being expanded and energized. This is what you do when you procrastinate and what makes you lose yourself in time. “It’s all about who you look for in a crowded room. That’s where your heart belongs to.”

You find your passion when you follow what energizes you every single day. It takes willingness to live purposefully with meaning, expose yourself to new things and the self-awareness to realize what you want. We meet people who are just like us most of the time. Open yourself up to new experiences and new role models, expand, engage, leave out judgment. Observe what the reality around you looks like, what it feels like and what it takes to live it. Fall in love with the process and lifestyle, not only the results.


Do not start if you do not know ‘WHY.’
You shape your life with the power of your intent, beliefs and choice. Commitment is a conscious choice.

Choice is your superpower. Choosing based on ego, pressure, emotion or greed will not make a habit stick. Make sure you are clear on why you committed to this in the first place. Discipline yourself and show commitment to what matters to you. Have a mission and work towards it, consistently and systematically.

Have confidence in your abilities. It is natural to feel fear, but have courage, be confident, push forward and your fear will gradually disappear. The Universe and people around you respond to your actions and will help you along the way.

Your resources are finite. Be very intentional with what you invest your time, effort and energy in. Having a clear ‘WHY’ will help to stay disciplined and focused. Being productive and making progress is one of the best feelings in the world. It will make you feel assured, confident, and stress-free.

People who are unclear on what they want right now, who get caught in wishful thinking or short-terms wins, live a life of regret and stress. Decide what you want from your long-term game, and go for it every single day.


 “The part can never be well unless the whole is well.” –Plato-

Aim for balance. You cannot specialize in one thing only and bet everything on it. You have to support every area of your life. If you dedicate all of your time and finite amount of energy to your career, it will become an anchor against your progress and well-being on the long term. Your health might fall apart, your relationships might fall apart or you will feel too tired to enjoy your achievements.

Instead, try to raise every aspect of your life at the same time and incrementally improve every area of your life. This way you will slowly but surely reach the highest potential of your health, relationships and career.

“Balance is key. In everything you do. Dance all night long and practice yoga the next day. Drink wine but don’t forget your green juice. Eat chocolate when your heart wants it and kale salad when your body needs it. Wear high heels on Saturday and walk barefoot on Sunday. Go shopping at the mall and then sit down and meditate in your bedroom. Live high and low. Move and stay still. Embrace all sides of who you are and live your authentic truth! Be brave and bold and spontaneous and loud and let that complement your abilities to find silence and patience and modesty and peace. Aim for balance. Make your own rules and don’t let anybody tell you how to live according to theirs.” -Rachel Brathen-


Practice the intention to be authentic, peaceful and kind with everyone.
When you do so, you connect to peace itself.

Kindness is a medicine that prevents the separation over race, gender, sexuality, financial status or corporate hierarchy. Kindness is the unifying factor that brings us all together and helps to get rid of isolation and loneliness.

People who describe their environments as kind are more likely to be mentally healthy. Stay kind to other people and wish them well. Leave other people better than you found them. Genuine kindness is the ultimate strength. It makes us feel more safe, cared for and take care in return.

Be the kindest you can be, and others will be inspired to do the same. Make a big impact by practicing daily acts of kindness.

Donate blood, send a Valentine’s card to your mom, give a colleague a book that you enjoyed, cook a meal for your friend, pay a compliment, give someone your seat in a tram, give priority to another car, say I love you to someone you love, and say thank you.


The odds of becoming a human is 400 trillion to 1.
One life, no regrets.

The quality of your life is based on your mental and emotional filters that determine your perception of the outside world – culture, your economic status, your race, your religion, your values and past experiences. You can’t control what happens to you in life, but you can control how you mentally and emotionally react to these events.

You have the power to shape your values and beliefs. Choose a belief structure that empowers you. Decide to see your circumstances as a gift and as lessons moving you forward. Frame the way you want to experience each day.

You are going to die. Let the death and regret of ‘I wished life’ be your daily perspective. When you feel stuck, demotivated or worried about daily things, or you fear failure, visualize the end of your life. This can give you the right kind of perspective to move forward.

Have no regrets, stop making excuses, stop complaining. Choose action, be positive, be grateful. Choose risk of failure above the poison of regret and a life never lived. Relabel your failures as lessons and experiences, and live your life fully. Navigate your mind, eliminate being at the mercy of anything and anyone other than yourself. Take control, take responsibility, own it and squeeze everything out of this life.


“It is a scientific fact that gratitude reciprocates.”
-Matthew McConaughey-

Focus on all the good things in your life, each day. Concentrate on what you have and you will end up having more of it. Gratitude is a gift that keeps on giving, and there is a science behind it.

Do not tie your happiness to your expectations. Because when reality doesn’t meet your expectations, you will find yourself feeling lost, confused and in pain. Shape the world around you simply by shifting your mindset. It doesn’t matter how difficult the current phase in your life is, or how bad the day is, there is always so much to be grateful for. Expect nothing and appreciate everything. Trade your expectations for appreciation.

Pay attention to smallest, simplest things and be thankful. Think happy thoughts. Consciously choose to focus on positive moments and successes in your life, to invite more positive moments and feel the ever-present abundance. Ask yourself: how is this situation or event serving me? What am I learning right now?

Developing a positive mindset is as much about your body as it is about your brain. Take control of your physiology by taking pride in how you present yourself. Hold your body in a power pose, then your positive thoughts will be able to flow more freely.


Surround yourself with people who have the mindset you aspire to.

The quality of your life equals the quality of your relationships. Surround yourself with people who have the mindset you aspire to. Your crowd will make you or break you. Surround yourself with uplifting people with positive, grounded, loving outlook on life.

Be an uplifting person. Create a team with someone so that you can achieve your goals and they can achieve theirs. Create partnerships where you enhance others and they enhance you. Come together to enhance each other, rather than to fill a void. A quality relationship isn’t something you find out of luck, it’s something you create.

Become the kind of person that you want to attract in your life. Remove beliefs that are sabotaging you and keeping you from true connection. Take on a sense of responsibility, if you are blessed and you feel good, start sharing this with others. Show people the positive, optimistic perspective on life. Teach them happiness.

If you doubt that people around you are happy for you, leave them. Leave the relationships that are time fillers, out of sentiment, leave you unbalanced or drained. Create space for new uplifting, inspiring energy to come into your life.


Leave people better than you found them.

No matter how much we achieve in any area of our lives, ultimate and true fulfillment can only be found in one thing: the quality of our personal relationships. No amount of money or lifetime of achievements can compare to a deep, meaningful connection with others. Make people feel seen and make them feel like they truly matter.

“Your life matters – and if you align yourself to be congruent with the truth that you’re here not just to ‘get’ but to give, then other people will feel your authenticity and they will open up to you.

When you give back to other people and to your community, it reminds you what you’re made for. Focusing on the needs of others has a way of motivating you to do more than you thought possible.

You feel the benefits immediately. You become more productive. You find creative solutions to problems. You find strength when you’re exhausted. That’s because life supports that which improves the quality of life. When we contribute to our community, we become part of something that is bigger than ourselves.” -Tony Robbins-


Declutter your physical and mental space.
Invite new energy to organically flow in.

Be conscious and intentional about things and people that you keep close to you. Consume only the content that supports your happiness, good feeling and growth.

Declutter your mind, by cleaning up your apartment and basement from the things that no longer serve you, but only occupy physical space. Donate to charity cloths, books and furniture that you don’t use anymore, give away to friends and family, sell them online or at second hand shops. Pass the things on and have somebody else benefit from it.

Declutter your mind from ideas, beliefs and habits that do not serve you. Let go of jealousy, envy, greed, and ego. Declutter your mind by ending relationships that do not uplift you anymore. Unfollow people on social media, whose profiles make you feel insecure, unworthy or annoyed. Unfollow your ex, who hurt you.

Let the clutter go. Create space for the new energy to enter.

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