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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.
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22 08, 2010

Why creatures of habit are champions in sports, business and life

By |August 22nd, 2010|Branding, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development|

5 convincing reasons rituals can put you on a winning track. Rituals are one of the most important tools you can use to achieve balance, mental toughness and your goals. Repetition of habits creates an [...]

13 01, 2009

Near death experiences way under rated

By |January 13th, 2009|Branding, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development|

Near death experiences are way under rated. They are needed. Today, I could have died. Not by choice, but through the disguised benefits of being an asthma chick. I was on the tread mill, watching [...]

13 01, 2009

Near death experiences way under rated

By |January 13th, 2009|Branding, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development|

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Near death experiences are way under rated. They are needed. Today, I could have died. Not by choice, but through the disguised benefits of being an asthma chick. I was on the tread mill, watching Bloomberg and running nowhere. Then, about 17 minutes into it, my breathing was getting very challenging. In fact, I could not get a full breath. Starting to slightly freak, I grabbed my dependable inhaler for a big puff. No relief. So I took another puff. Still no relief. I was officially freaking. Some healthcare professionals call this self induced, elevation of anxiety or a full blown panic attack. So, now I’ve got asthma and anxiety attacking me. In an effort to continue living, I bolted out of the gym and jumped into the elevator. I live on the 7th floor. I was alone and even though I’m not religious, I started to pray. The bell dinged, the door opened I ran like a sprinter to my condo to get on my breathing machine. I grabbed the medicine box, pulled out a vial and damn! I noticed the box I thought had medication in it was all my empty vials. I was in a state of overdrive terror. I asked myself, “do I go to the ER? And risk sooner death, because I don’t even know how to get there? Or do I drive to my doctors office and just bust in?” I chose the latter. I drove like a NASCAR contender, and got there. Then find that there’s no parking. I thought, “do I risk being towed or risk living another day?” Since I value my life than more than my beemer, I pulled right up to the door, put on my emergency lights and ran like a faster sprinter. I encountered another elevator, so I said another prayer. I finally got to the office and beat on the glass window. I barely uttered, “I can’t breathe at all.” I got their attention and was rushed into a small room. Within 45 seconds was on a nebulizer and breathing. I was also crying because I was a mental wreck and just had a near meeting with death once again. This has happened three times before in my life. […]

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