4 Strategies For Bitcoin And Cryptocurrency Investors:

Distributed By: James MoField…Founder & CEO of 21st Century Motivation.

Investing in highly volatile bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies is risky business.

These currencies are all digital or virtual, and are not physical coins .

They have no intrinsic value.

Therefore, no one can deny you the right to own these cryptocurrencies some of which become extremely valuable and for those who invested in the early days, and held on to their investments, are living the high life now as multi-millionaires, some of these people are even billionaires!

If you want to be like those wise investors at sometime in the future, YOU can by following these 4 investing strategies increase exponentially your chances for success.

1 – Prepare For Volatility:

It’s basically a given for cryptocurrencies that they are going to be extremely volatile.

One minute the price is sitting at 5 digits, and the next it’s at 4 or even 3 digits!

It is without a doubt an absolutely unpredictable experience.

Therefore, if you don’t take its volatility seriously, you could cause yourself a lot of trouble.

You could panic and sell off your crypto so you can minimize your loss.

However, if you’ve prepared yourself for scenarios like this, then you’d probably just shut off all outside, distractions and at the very least take a nap.

Tomorrow is a wholly different day, the price may go back up, and all will be at peace with the world.

Preparing yourself for volatility may be tough, but it’s definitely doable.

2 – Proceed With Caution:

Do your research before you start investing in bitcoins or any of the other cryptocurrencies.

You’re dealing with hard-earned money here and you don’t want to lose everything in one day.

Remember that you are investing to make a profit at sometime in the future.

Don’t go all in without studying what you’re putting your money into.

3 – Diversify Your Portfolio:

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket, so to speak.

Don’t just invest in bitcoins.

If at all possible, it’s best for you to invest in other cryptocurrencies as well as traditional assets like stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.

At least if the price of bitcoin drops you’re not totally in the red.

Your other investments will help keep you afloat.

4 – Store Your Virtual Coins In Cold Wallets:

Investing is a long-term game, and it is not advisable to keep your cryptocurrencies in online wallets such as your exchange’s wallet, or even your mobile app wallet.

Keep your private keys in cold wallets such as paper or hardware wallets since these aren’t connected to the Internet.

You can keep small amounts in your online wallets, but the bulk of your investments should be offline.

MASTER SELF-DISCIPLINE

Self-discipline is the key to success. It is the force that helps us stay focused on our studies when we’d rather be partying.

It’s the force that keeps us going to the gym when the couch beckons. It’s behind the determination to build the 147th prototype when the 146th version didn’t work.

In other words, self-discipline is the quality that pushes us to complete the tasks we know we should do in order to achieve our goals, rather than give in to momentary distractions that take us off course.

Fortunately, self-discipline is a skill that can be learned, and improved, by anyone willing to try. By developing your sense of self-discipline, you can become healthier, achieve more in school and work, and reach your goals – whether you want to learn a language, master the guitar, climb a mountain, or just get out of the door on time in the morning.

The Benefits of Self-Discipline:

Self-discipline, also known as self-control, is a quality that can help us make better choices in everything that we do.

Studies show that self-discipline can help make us healthier, happier, and more successful throughout our lives.

Here are just a few examples:

Higher self-control in childhood results in better physical health as an adult.
Teens with more self-discipline are less likely to use drugs or alcohol or indulge in risky sexual behaviors.
Children with higher self-control do better in school.
In a study spanning twenty years, children who had more self-control in school became adults with more career success.
Employees with more self-control earn more and have higher status jobs than those will less self-control.
Self-discipline increases happiness and wellbeing.
People with more self-discipline report better relationships with their friends and family.

In short, the research is clear that self-discipline positively affects just about every aspect of life.

Self-discipline is so beneficial because it helps us make better choices at every turn, in all areas of our lives.

Fortunately, self-discipline is a skill, not just an inborn quality, and anyone at any stage of life can improve their self-discipline and begin to reap the benefits.

How to Develop Your Self-Discipline:

Just as there are many exercises in the gym that can strengthen your body, there are many exercises that can help you build self-discipline.

Luckily, the practice of self-discipline is self-reinforcing.

As you build your focus and work steadily toward your goals, your sense of achievement will make it easier and easier to stay disciplined.

The following list offers just a few of the ways that you can work to improve your self-discipline.

Set Clear Goals:

Self-discipline is willingness to do the thing you should be doing. So, to improve it, first you need to decide what it is you should be doing. What are your goals? Whatever you want to achieve, start by writing it down as a SMART goal. A SMART goal is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Timely.

For example, let’s say you want to get fit. That’s a wonderful goal, but it’s not SMART. How will you know when you are “fit”? How long will it take? How will you judge your progress?

In order to have a truly motivating goal, narrow it down.

For instance, if your general aim is to get fit, a SMART goal might be: “I will run a 5 km race in three months.” This goal is:
Specific (a 5km race)
Measurable (did you run the race or not?)
Achievable (whereas running a marathon in three months would be too much)

Relevant(Practical using a one step at a time strategy)
Timely (you’ll do it in three months)

Now that you have a SMART goal, how your self-discipline will help you is clear. You’ll need to complete your weekly training plan in order to meet your goal. Your self-discipline will be needed every time your schedule says you need to run, yet you are tired, or sore, or the weather’s bad, or the TV is interesting.

Visualize Your Goals:

One reason why humans struggle with self-discipline is because we tend to put a greater value on present enjoyment than on future accomplishments. So, we might wish to be fitter and healthier in three months, but then skip a run because it’s raining and the couch is comfy.

One way to overcome this tendency is to clearly visualize the joy of reaching your goals. For example, when you sit down to study Spanish, summon a vision of sitting in a bar in Spain, talking and laughing with the locals. When it’s cold and you don’t want to go to the gym, imagine the thrill of crossing the finish line of your race. When you struggle to concentrate on your presentation, imagine how good it will feel to watch your client sign the contract.

Whatever your goal is, the more clearly you can imagine how good it will feel to achieve it, the more you can bring your future joy into the present. This will make the hard work feel much easier.

Identify Weaknesses and Remove Temptations:

Legend has it that French writer Victor Hugo was guilty of procrastinating while writing. When his publisher demanded he finish his long-overdue novel, he hit upon a unique method of forcing himself to work: he locked away his good clothes and wrapped himself up in just a grey knitted shawl.

Unwilling to let others see him in that state, he had no choice but to sit at his desk and get to work. As a result, he managed to write The Hunchback of Notre Dame in just a few months. Whether true or not, this story illustrates an excellent method of strengthening your self-discipline – namely, avoiding temptation.

Many people imagine that self-discipline involves looking temptation squarely in the eye and saying no. However, temptation is, well, tempting. People with self-discipline aren’t able to resist temptation with super-human strength. Instead, studies show that people who show the greatest levels of self-control have the fewest episodes of temptation. In other words, they organize their life so that they avoid running into temptations that might disrupt their goals.

For example, if Bob is trying to improve his diet, he might walk around the block to avoid passing his favorite bakery. If Jane knows that she’ll lose hours to scrolling on social media if she picks up her phone at work, she’ll lock her phone in a drawer when she gets to the office.

There are many ways to arrange your life in order to avoid temptation and encourage good behavior. To do this for yourself, first think of your goal. Then, identify two or three reasons why it’s hard to achieve. Next, brainstorm ways to help reduce temptation and avoid distraction, so you can focus on achieving your goal. Here are some examples:

If you want to cut down on social media use, install software on your computer that blocks access to particular sites during work hours, and delete social media apps on your phone.

If you want to eat better, clean your cupboards of unhealthy foods, and buy only the groceries on your eating plan.

If you struggle to stop hitting the snooze button, move your alarm clock across the room so you have to get up to turn it off.

If it’s too tempting to play games when you should be studying, lend your gaming console to a friend until exam period is over.

Reduce Decision Fatigue with Smart Habits:

What do Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama and musician Adele have in common? The answer is, they all wear the same thing every day. Whether it’s Zuckerberg’s grey t-shirt, Obama’s suits, or Adele’s black dress, having a grab-and-go uniform means that’s one less decision that they each have to make each day. That’s important because studies show that making decisions is exhausting.

Just as there are only so many bicep curls a person can do, even the most self-disciplined person only has so much willpower each day. Making choices all day long slowly drains that willpower and after a while, decision fatigue sets in. Once we’ve exhausted our self-control for the day, we start making poor choices.

So, what’s the cure for decision fatigue? It’s to establish good habits. Once a behavior becomes habitual, we are no longer making a conscious decision to do it; we just do it automatically.

For example, do you make a conscious decision to brush your teeth each night? Or, do you just shuffle to the bathroom and start polishing those pearly whites on autopilot? If it’s the latter, thank your parents. At some point in your childhood, they instilled that habit in you, and now you don’t have to think about brushing your teeth. You just do it.

The more we can build habits that help make healthy behaviors automatic and streamline the number of decisions we make each day, the more willpower we conserve for when we really need it. For example:

Establish a uniform. You don’t need to wear just a grey t-shirt every day, but do try paring down your wardrobe choices to just a few outfits. You can also apply the same logic to other parts of your day: have a “usual” lunch order, a favorite parking spot, and so on. The fewer small choices you need to make, the more energy you have for the important stuff.

Obey your schedule. Sit down once a week and schedule all of your most important tasks, whether at work or home. Then, you don’t have to debate when to go to the gym, study for your test, or call your least-favorite client. Just do the next thing on the calendar.

Piggyback on existing habits. When trying to establish a new habit, it’s easier to build on something you already do than to start from scratch. For example, you probably brush your teeth every day without fail. So, if you need to start taking daily medication, put your pills right next to your toothbrush, and take them every day before you brush. Soon, taking your pills will be a habit.

Be patient. As you seek to add new habits to streamline your day, it’s important to be patient with yourself, and not take on too much change at once. It can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months for a new habit to stick. Pick just one habit to build and resist the temptation to add a new one until the first one is truly automatic.

Cultivate Gratitude:

By definition, people who are self-disciplined are better able to ignore distractions and stay focused. And one surprising tool that can help you avoid distractions and stay on track is gratitude.

Why would gratitude help us stay focused, thus boosting our self-discipline? It’s because gratitude makes us happier, which helps us focus.

Often when we seek distraction by eating, playing games, shopping online, scrolling through social media, and so on, we are trying to avoid feeling anxiety, worry, or another negative emotion. As it turns out, expressing gratitude is an effective way to lower negative emotions.

In one study, teens who were encouraged to write weekly gratitude letters reported lower levels of negative emotions during those weeks. During the same time period, those teens ate less junk food and more fruits and veggies than a control group who didn’t practice gratitude. In other words, gratitude helped increase the teens’ self-discipline by lowering negative emotions, making it easier to resist distraction and temptation.

To use gratitude to help build your self-discipline, simply spend a few minutes every week or even every day writing down things you are grateful for. It won’t take long before the practice of gratitude lowers your stress and negativity, making it easier to focus on your long-term goals.

Practice Your Self-Discipline and Improve Your Life:

Building your self-discipline can be hard. However, it’s deeply rewarding. To illustrate this, here are several areas where applying more self-discipline will improve your health, wellbeing and happiness:

Eating Well:

The old cliché is true: we are what we eat. By improving your diet, you can help prevent major diseases including obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and several kinds of cancer. You will also have more energy and improved moods. A great place to start is by assessing how close your current diet is to the USDA My Plate recommendations for healthy eating.

How to Get Started:

To use your self-discipline to improve your eating, start small. Make one change at a time, and when that feels comfortable, make another change. Here are a few ideas to start with:

Add one fruit or vegetable to each meal.
Stop buying bulk packs of your favorite (unhealthy) snacks.
Buy a good non-stick pan, and reduce the oil in every recipe.
Cut your servings of red meat in half.
Pick breads and cereals made with 100% whole grains, instead of ones made with white flour.

Exercise:

Exercise can improve your mood, reduce your risk of serious illnesses, strengthen your body, and give you energy to get through the day. Exercise is even a fountain of youth: under a microscope, the cells of regular exercisers look younger than the cells of sedentary people.

Even though regular exercise is the closest thing we have to a magic cure-all, less than 20% of Americans get the recommended amount of exercise in a day. Guidelines suggest that adults should get at least 150 minutes of brisk movement (such as walking or riding a bike) each week. Beginning or increasing an exercise program will make you feel better, look better, and even think better, too.

As a bonus, exercise is also a way to boost your self-discipline. That’s why employers like to hire athletes. Bosses know that people who can stick to a training plan know how to buckle down and get the job done.

How to Get Started:

The human body was designed to move. All you need to do to become an exerciser is to pick an exercise you like and stick to it. To get started:

Experiment with different workouts until you find one you enjoy.
Work out with a friend, so you can motivate each other.
Sign up for a walk, ride, or race, and let the approach of race day motivate you.
Add a 10-15-minute walk to your schedule each day. When that gets easy, make it 20-30 minutes, or add a second short walk.

Get Organized:

You don’t need to be obsessed with Marie Kondo or Martha Stewart to recognize the benefits of a cleaner, more organized house. If your dishes are done, your laundry is folded, and your wallet and keys are sitting by the door, it’s so much easier to get dressed, make breakfast and get out of the door in the morning. Once you get in the habit of keeping your home tidy, you’ll find that you save more time by being organized than you spend cleaning.

How to Get Started:

When it comes to cleaning, the idea of doing it is often much worse than the reality. Focus your self-discipline on getting started. Once you start, it’s easy to finish. Here are some good habits to establish:

Get the dishes done before you go to bed each night. Your mornings will be so much better.
Once a day, set a timer for 10 minutes and get everyone in the house to tidy until the buzzer goes. If everyone puts their back into it, this should be about all you need to keep you home clean.
Create a dedicated space for your keys, phone, wallet, and anything else you carry every day, and make a habit of always putting your belongings back in their spot.

Improve Your Focus at Work:

Studies show that almost all employees waste at least some time at work each day. The amount of time wasted varies, with some employees wasting just a few minutes, while the worst offenders can waste three hours or more.

Think about your workday. How much time do you waste? What could you do with that extra time? If you were able to reduce your daily timewasters, you might be able to take on an additional project and finally get that promotion. Or, you might be able to finally leave on time, but still get just as much done. Whatever your goal, reducing wasted time at work helps you get there faster.

How to Get Started:

Your first step is to identify your top timewasters.

Track your time over a few days and see where you could be more efficient.

Note that time spent thinking about a project or building meaningful connections with colleagues is not necessarily time wasted. Sometimes wonderful ideas emerge out of casual conversations. In addition, there will always be a little slack in the day, and it’s not possible to be 100% efficient at all times.

Once you have your list of timewasters, think of ways to reduce the temptation to indulge. These solutions will be personal to you and to your specific job. Then, decide on how you are going to spend all the time you’ve saved. Finally, enjoy the benefits that come from greater efficiency and focus on your work.

Conclusion:

Self-discipline helps us stay focused on those things we know we should do for our long-term wellbeing. Whenever someone completes a marathon, earns a graduate degree, balances three jobs and childcare, or carefully manages a budget so that the month and the money end at the same time, they’ve used at least some self-discipline to get there.

By cultivating your self-discipline, you can improve your health, fitness, career performance and even happiness.

Fortunately, self-discipline is available to all.

All you need to start improving this important quality is the will to do so. It may not be easy to start with, but the more you practice the art of self-discipline, the more you will benefit.

To Your Ultimate Success,

James MoField~ Chameleon Global Publishing~ Personal & Professional Development

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Protect Yourself From The Coronavirus & Other Diseases With These 20 Superfoods

With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing you need to do everything that you can to boost your immune system so that you have the maximum protection. There are a number of ways that you can do this and one of the easiest is to change your diet so that you eat the right foods.

In this special report we will show you the very best foods to eat to give your immune system a boost. We will also provide other tips to help you protect your immune system and the food and beverages that you need to avoid as well.

Changing your diet is never an easy thing to do but your immune system is vital to your health and wellbeing and to fight against deadly viruses such as COVID-19. So always bear this in mind when you are tempted to revert back to your old eating habits.

We recommend that you introduce these foods into your diet gradually. It is a good idea to replace foods that do not support your immune system with these super foods so that you help your immune system to grow stronger. So let’s get right into it shall we?

Before we reveal the 20 super foods that will boost your immune system there are some general guidelines that we want you to be aware of when it comes to your diet and consumption of foods and beverages.

Choose Whole Plant Based Foods

Your immune system is constantly fighting against different harmful pathogens. It is an incredible system that works to protect you 24/7. You can help your immune system by providing it with the right antioxidants and nutrients from the food that you eat to be even more efficient.

This is where whole plant foods come into play. The following are rich in antioxidants and nutrients that your immune system needs to fight against infections and diseases:

  • Fruits
  • Legumes
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Vegetables

All of these food groups contain antioxidants which assist in the reducing of inflammation in your body. The antioxidants fight off free radicals which are unstable compounds that will result in inflammation if there is enough of them built up in your body.

It is essential that you help your immune system fight against this inflammation because chronic inflammation can result in health conditions that you must avoid such as certain cancers, Alzheimer’s and heart disease.

The other good news about whole plant foods is that they contain fiber which will feed your gut microbiome. This is a collection of healthy bacteria contained in your gut. When your gut microbiome is in good shape it will increase your immunity and keep out pathogens from getting into your digestive tract.

You need Healthy Fats

This is another largely misunderstood area. Healthy fats are good for you. Do not subscribe to the belief that all fats are bad because they are not. Healthy fats are required by your immune system to boost its response to harmful pathogens by reducing the amount of inflammation in your body.

An example of a healthy fat is olive oil. There have been studies that show the anti-inflammatory powers of olive oil and how it decreases the risk of chronic diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Also the anti-inflammatory properties of healthy fats can help your immune system fight against viruses and harmful bacteria.

You need healthy fats such as omega 3 because they are very anti-inflammatory. If you have chronic inflammation then this will significantly reduce the effectiveness of your immune system.

Go for Fermented Foods

You should choose fermented foods in your diet because they have high levels of good bacteria called probiotics. These will populate your digestive tract and protect it. Examples of fermented foods are:

  • Kefir
  • Kimchi
  • Natto
  • Sauerkraut
  • Yogurt

When you have a flourishing community of good gut bacteria it helps your immune system make the important distinction between healthy and normal cells and invader organisms that will cause you harm.

There was a study of 126 children conducted over 3 months where they drank fermented milk on a daily basis. The results showed that they experienced 20% less infectious childhood diseases.

In another 28 day study with 152 participants that had rhinovirus, it was discovered that those who took a probiotic supplement, Bifidobacterium animalis, induced a stronger response from their immune system and experienced lower levels of virus symptoms.

Keep away from Foods with added Sugars

It is amazing the amount of food products available today that contain added sugars. There has been considerable research in this area which concluded that the consumption of foods that have added sugars or refined carbohydrates could contribute significantly to people becoming overweight and even obese.

If you are overweight or obese then this can reduce the effectiveness of your immune system. There was an observational study with around 1,000 participants where obese people were given the flu vaccine. These people were twice as likely to still contract the flu than people that were not obese and had been given the same vaccine.

When you reduce the amount of sugar that you consume you will help to reduce inflammation in your body and it will help you to lose excess weight as well. This will increase your resistance to chronic problems such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

Both of these chronic diseases will weaken your immune system. So our advice is to limit your intake of sugar to less than 5% of your daily calorie intake. So if you are on a 2,000 calorie a day diet this would equate to limiting yourself to around 2 tablespoons of sugar.

Keep Hydrated

It is very important to your overall health that you keep hydrated. If you are dehydrated this can provide a number of complications that will reduce your immunity against diseases:

  • Reduce your heart and kidney function
  • Impair your focus
  • Cause headaches
  • Impair your digestive system
  • Reduce your physical performance
  • Cause mood swings

When you are hydrated your urine will be a pale yellow color. The best liquid for hydration is water as it does not contain any sugars, additives or calories. You can drink teas and juices for hydration but we recommend that take these without sugar.

The rule of thumb is to drink when you are thirsty and stop drinking when you are not thirsty. Your thirst will increase if you sweat due to exercise or being in a hot climate. As we get older we lose some of the urge to drink because the thirst signal weakens. So you need to drink water regularly even if you are not thirsty when you are older.

So now we have got that out of the way it is time to look at the 20 super foods that you need in your diet to boost your immune system.

Blueberries really are an immune system boosting super food. They are something that you can eat every day and are delicious so it should be easy for you to incorporate them into your diet. Why do blueberries work so well in boosting your immune system?

Well the answer is that they have excellent antioxidant properties. They contain anthocyanin which is a flavonoid that can really bolster your immune system. A study in 2016 concluded that flavonoids play a critical role in the defense of the respiratory tract.

Research studies revealed that people that had a diet that was rich in flavonoids were less likely to suffer from an infection of the respiratory tract such as the common cold than those that did not have a flavonoid rich diet. So be sure to add blueberries to your diet each day.

You may be already aware that vitamin C is very important for the production of white blood cells which are essential for fighting off infections. When a lot of people get a cold or the flu they increase their vitamin C intake. Getting more vitamin C will certainly help to boost your immune system.

Citrus fruits contain high levels of vitamin C. You will find the following popular citrus fruits to be a good source of vitamin C:

  • Oranges
  • Clementines
  • Grapefruits
  • Lemons
  • Tangerines
  • Limes

We do not produce vitamin C and we cannot store it so you need to consume foods that provide you with it each day. Citrus fruits are perfect for this as most of them contain high levels of vitamin C.

There are few other super foods that have the mineral and vitamin power of broccoli. It is packed full of vitamins including A, C and E which is great for your immune system. Not only that but broccoli has a high fiber content as has many antioxidants that help to fight inflammation.

Broccoli is one of the best super foods that you can add to your diet today. To get the maximum benefit from broccoli it is best not to cook it and eat it raw. If you do want to cook it then just do this lightly.

Most people think that citrus fruits contain the highest levels of vitamin C but this is not the case. Ounce for ounce, the red bell pepper contains twice the amount of vitamin C than any of the citrus fruits do.

The other great thing about red bell peppers is that they provide a rich source of beta carotene. So you have a super food that will not only help to bolster your immune system but with the beta carotene content it will keep your skin and eyes healthier as well.

You may have heard many good things about garlic and it is likely that they are all true. It is used in cooking throughout the world because it provides dishes with a little extra zing. But more important than this is that garlic is very good for your health.

Garlic was used by ancient civilizations to ward off infections. It can also reduce blood pressure and dramatically slow down the hardening of arteries. Garlic has a heavy concentration of allicin as well as other sulfur based compounds which all help your immune system.

Popeye was right on the money eating spinach every day. Not only is it another great source of vitamin C but it contains many powerful antioxidants as well as beta carotene. All of these things are very good news for your immune system.

Just as with broccoli, it is best not to cook spinach so that you retain all of the nutrients that it has to offer. If you want to cook it lightly then this is a good way of enhancing the amount of vitamin A and it will also allow the release of other nutrients from oxalic acid.

This is another famous super food that has a history of helping people when they get sick. Ginger is good for its anti-inflammatory properties and it is used a lot to help with the reduction of sore throats and other inflammatory illnesses too.

Ginger is pretty potent thanks to the gingerol it contains. Gingerol is related to capsaicin. By including ginger in your diet it can help to lower your cholesterol and it is also good for reducing chronic pain.

What we are talking about here is yogurt that contains live and active cultures such as Greek yogurt. Always check the label to be sure of this. What these cultures do is stimulate your immune system to help you fight off dangerous diseases.

When you are looking for yogurt go for the plain types and avoid those that have added sugar and are pre-flavored. If you want to add some sweetness to plain yogurt then use healthy fruits to do this or use honey instead.

Natural yogurt is a good source of vitamin D and this is essential for regulating your immune system. Not only that but vitamin D is important for giving your immune system a boost so that it will protect you against diseases.

Both black and green teas have high levels of flavonoids which are a type of antioxidant. Green tea is superior over black tea due to its higher levels of EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) which is another powerful antioxidant.

Studies have shown that EGCG can enhance the functionality of the immune system. The reason that black tea does not have as much EGCG as green tea is because of the fermentation process that it goes through.

Green tea is not fermented but steamed which preserves its EGCG levels. You will find that green tea is also a good source of L-theanine which is an amino acid. L-theanine can improve the production of T cell germ fighting compounds in your immune system.

Turmeric is a very popular spice that is a key ingredient in a lot of curry dishes. But turmeric is not just a bright yellow colored, bitter spice. For many years turmeric has been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.

Turmeric gets its unique coloring from the high levels of curcumin in it. There have been a number of research studies that show that curcumin can really help decrease muscle damage that is sports or exercise induced.

There is no doubt that vitamin C is boss when it comes to defending against viruses like the common cold. But to maintain a healthy immune system you need vitamin E. Vitamin E is a vitamin that is fat soluble which means that it demands the presence of fat to be properly absorbed.

Most nuts, certainly including almonds, contain high levels of vitamin E and also contain a number of healthy fats. If you were to consume a half a cup of almonds (around 45 shelled almonds whole), you would almost have your recommended daily intake of vitamin E.

The papaya is a delicious fruit that is totally loaded with vitamin C. In fact a single papaya will provide more than 220% of the daily recommended vitamin C intake that you need. Not only that, but the papaya fruit contains papain, which is a powerful digestive enzyme known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

You will also find good amounts of potassium in papayas, as well as folate and B vitamins. All of these have a beneficial effect on your overall health.

Another great immune system boosting super food is sunflower seeds. They are a great source of nutrients including vitamin B6, magnesium and phosphorous. Also you will find that sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E as well.

It is essential that you get your daily dose of vitamin E so that it will regulate your immune system functionality and maintain it.

This is another great fruit as it contains a number of essential nutrients including vitamin C, folate, vitamin K and potassium. Eat kiwis for vitamin C so that you can boost the performance of the white blood cells that your immune system produces to fight pathogens.

The other nutrients that exist in kiwi’s will help to keep other parts of your body functioning correctly.

When you were a child and got sick, did your parents or grandparents encourage you to drink chicken soup? Some people believe that this was for a placebo effect to make you feel better but there is more to it than that.

Chicken soup not only helps to improve cold symptoms but it will protect you from becoming sick in the first place.

Both chicken and turkey contain high levels of vitamin B6.

You will get around 40% to 50% of your recommended daily amount of vitamin B6 from just 3 ounces of these meats.

You need vitamin B6 because it plays an important role in many of the chemical reactions that take place in your body. B6 is also essential for the creation of healthy new red blood cells.

When you make chicken soup from boiling chicken bones it contains chondroitin, gelatin and other nutrients that help your immune system and enhance gut health.

Shellfish may not be top of your list when you are searching for super foods that will boost your immune system.

You will find that certain types of shellfish have a high zinc content.

Other minerals and vitamins usually command more attention than zinc, but it is vital for your body as it helps the cells in your immune system function as they should.

The shellfish types that contain high levels of zinc include:

  • Clams
  • Mussels
  • Lobster
  • Crab

Although zinc is very important you do not want to exceed the daily recommended intake because this can actually prevent your immune system from functioning properly.

So, if you are a man, you need 11 milligrams per day and if you are a woman then you need 8 milligrams.

Not only do sweet potatoes taste good but they are loaded with beta carotene which is a powerful antioxidant. Beta carotene makes the skin of sweet potatoes orange in color and it will also keep your skin healthy and can protect it from harmful ultraviolet rays.

Another great source of healthy omega 3 fats is oily fish. Here we are talking about pilchards, tuna and salmon as well as other types of oily fish.

In a 2014 health report it was suggested that the intake of omega 3 fatty acids on a long term basis reduced the risks of rheumatoid arthritis.

If you do not know what kefir is it is a fermented drink that has live bacteria cultures which benefit your health.

Research into kefir strongly suggests that it can help to boost the immune system. Studies show that it can:

  • Increase antioxidant activity
  • Fight bacteria
  • Reduce inflammation

More studies are ongoing with kefir and the immune system but the results so far are very encouraging.

This one may surprise you. Dark chocolate contains theobromine which is an antioxidant that can help to boost your immune system by providing protection of the cells from free radicals.

Dark chocolate contains saturated fat and is high in calories so be sure to eat it in moderation.

Consumption of these 20 super foods will help you to boost your immune system which is very important right now to provide the protection that you need from the coronavirus and other diseases.

It is now up to you. Add these super foods to your diet and you will start to feel the benefits pretty quickly.

James MoField__Chameleon Global Publishing

Unleash Your Inner Greatness With These 5 Simple Steps

Be Willing To Try New Tasks/Activities

One way for you to find and unleash your inner greatness is to be willing to take on new activities and challenges.
Many people shy away from new activities and challenges because they are afraid of making mistakes, getting ridiculed by others because they make such mistakes, and just don’t want to feel uncomfortable or awkward by taking on such activities and challenges. However, by shying away from such activities and challenges, you are actually hindering your ability to find your inner greatness and achieving your best possible potential.

You need to look upon new activities and challenges as learning experiences. This means you need to look upon mistakes as learning tools, not events or situations that you need to fear or dread. Most people can tolerate making mistakes; it’s when they make the same type of mistake over and over again that really infuriates people. By recognizing the type of mistake you make the first time and knowing what caused it and what actions to take to avoid that mistake, you will be improving your skill set and unleashing your true inner greatness.

Do Not Fear Making Mistakes

You need to adopt the mindset of not being afraid of making mistakes; too many people in our world today hold themselves back because they don’t want a mistake. Many times, this is because our work culture emphasizes perfection. While avoiding mistakes is understandable and even encouraged, most reasonable people know that mistakes do happen from time to time- they are unavoidable, but they can help you to grow and become better if you learn to identify what the mistake was, how and why it occurred, and how you can take actions to prevent the mistake from occurring again.

Additionally, you need to realize that you can overcome most mistakes; they aren’t that serious to where they will do any serious harm that can be overcome. Many people dread making one because they will do such serious harm that their reputations and careers will be jeopardized because of making a mistake. Learning to improve yourself by experiencing mistakes will actually benefit you in the long run, plus it will help you to grow as an individual and achieve the inner greatness you want to achieve. It will help you to become the best person you can possibly be and make the greatest impact on our world, plus enable you to achieve all of the accomplishments you want to achieve in your life.

You need to see making mistakes as a learning experience, one where you are not afraid to make a mistake. Recall that making the same type of mistake over and over again is frowned upon, so you need to learn why you made a specific type of mistake the first time and do all you can to avoid it in the future, but making a specific type of mistake the first time should be seen as a learning experience that helps you to grow as an individual and to boost your skill set and your self-confidence in your own abilities.

In fact, making mistakes and rebounding from them is a good way to test your character, grow your skills, and strengthen you in terms of being able to bounce back from something that doesn’t go as planned. Life is often full of these moments; the best way to handle these situations and to fulfill your greatest potential is being able to bounce back from life’s challenges as quickly as possible and getting back on the path the achieving your inner greatness as soon as possible. Experiencing mistakes and growing from them is a key way to help you develop the skill set to bounce back from life’s challenges as quickly as possible.

Learn From Your Successes

To help you find and unleash your inner greatness, you need to learn from the successes you’ve had in your life. You need to reflect on the fact that you have dealt with challenging situations in the past to where you needed to employ your skills, abilities, and resolve to overcome them, and that you did it to where there was a successful resolution. This reflection will remind you that you have the skill set needed to handle life’s challenges in a way where you can find success and your inner greatness, as well as achieve your greatest potential and the accomplishments you wish to achieve.

Additionally, reflecting on those successes will enable you to review the skills you have gained and see if any of those skills can aid you in overcoming the challenge you are currently facing. Chances are high that at least some of those skills can aid you in overcoming the current challenge you are facing. By reviewing the situations you’ve faced and the skills you’ve learned and employed to overcome those situations, you will have more self-confidence to tackle the challenge that now faces you and help you to find and unleash your inner greatness.

Learn From Your Failures

Learning from your failures is as important, and in some ways, even more important than learning from your successes. The key reasons why learning from your failures is important to helping you grow as an individual and unleashing your true greatness are because you learn of your weaknesses and what you struggle to do well. You learn what you need to do better in order to have fewer failures in the future. You also learn how to rebound from such disappointments and what skills you employed to help you recover from and overcome those failures.

Failures can serve to teach us our weaknesses, as well as humility. If we constantly have successes and do virtually everything well, we may start to become arrogant and self-righteous in our actions, thinking we can do no wrong and that everything we do will turn out well and even great. Unfortunately, life doesn’t work that way, and just when we think we have life all figured out, a “curveball” will come in the form of an unexpected challenge or situation that we are not ready to handle, and disaster strikes. It can be the unexpected loss of a family member, it can be the unexpected loss of a business client, or it can even be the unexpected loss of a game of friendly competition.

When we fail at something, we need to recognize it as an opportunity for us to grow and to improve, not at something we should fear and not something we should resent. We will not succeed and excel at everything; no one does. How we handle the failures we experience will tell us much about our personality, our character, our skill set, and where our true greatness lies, as well as how we can unleash that inner greatness to achieve our dreams/accomplishments we want to achieve, plus improve our world.

Have Confidence In Your Abilities

One of the biggest problems for people to unleash their inner greatness is that they lack the confidence in their own abilities to do so. You need to be confident in your own abilities in order to achieve your greatest potential; only you, yourself, have the power to achieve your greatest potential, as no one else has the ability to do it and achieve it for you. Therefore, you have to learn to have confidence in your own abilities to truly unleash the inner greatness within you.

This is a key reason why you have to be willing to try new tasks and activities; you have to gain confidence in your own abilities to handle situations and challenges. You will not always have other people to rely on in specific situations, and as mentioned above, only you have the capability to determine what your inner greatness is and unleash it upon the world.

You need to develop self-confidence as well in order to achieve your greatest goals and aspirations. Most of these types of goals and aspirations will only be achieved through long, concentrated work that require extended periods of concentration, focus, and execution of specific tasks. In order to complete this work at a high level to attain your goals/aspirations and to make the greatest difference in the world, you need to have the self-confidence in your own ability to do that work; again, no one can do this for you.

Additionally, when you have confidence in your own abilities (i.e. self-confidence), other people will notice this and be willing to work with you and to even follow you. Sometimes, to achieve great goals and dreams, you need the support and help of others, but other people will not be willing to follow a person who doubts himself/herself and his/her own abilities. They do not want to take the chance to follow a person who is hesitant, skeptical and even doubtful of his/her own abilities, and uncertain of how to go about completing tasks that are necessary to achieve a goal or dream. They are more likely to find someone else to lead them, or even possibly one of them emerging as a leader if they are committed and inspired enough by their own cause.

Therefore, you have to have self-confidence in your own abilities to get high-level work done and be committed enough to a cause in order to see it through to the end. This is the only way you will get like-minded people to follow you and help you achieve that goal/dream, and some goals/dreams can only be accomplished when working in a group, as these types of goals/dreams cannot be accomplished by one person or even a few people working alone.

By willing to try new tasks/activities, not fearing of making mistakes, learning from your successes and your failures, and being confident in your own abilities, you can discover and unleash the inner greatness within you. You have to be willing to try new tasks/activities in order to expand your skill set and grow as an individual. You have to see mistakes as learning experiences to grow from, not to fear or dread as most people do. You have to learn from the previous successes you have had to boost your self-confidence in challenging times, as well as to learn more about yourself and your strengths.
You have to learn from your previous failures so that you stay humble. Understand that you have the skill set that’s needed to overcome challenges such as the current one you are facing
This helps you to learn about your weaknesses, so that you know what areas that you need to improve upon.

You need to be confident in your own abilities to unleash your inner greatness.
Not only when you work by yourself to achieve goals and dreams, but also to convince other like-minded people to join and even follow you.
By following the five steps outlined in this report, you will find and unleash your inner greatness.

A Chameleon Global Publication:

James MoField

DIRECTOR: Digital Product Acquisition

10 Basic Tips For Success In Affiliate Marketing

10 Basic Tips for Success in Affiliate Marketing.

10 Basic Tips For Success In Affiliate Marketing
Partner advertising is the most famous method of bringing in cash on the web. Anybody can acquire partner commissions, paying little heed to their involvement with web showcasing.

This article presents ten incredible tips that will assist you with prevailing in associate showcasing and acquire tremendous commissions.

  1. Pick a particular specialty or point for which you need to advance associate projects. It isn’t prudent to pursue a wide scope of projects on various themes. Make your subsidiary showcasing designated on a solitary market and elevate items that allure for that market.
  2. Research and select the best offshoot programs for your specialty. You should pick the most fulfilling, dependable, and fruitful subsidiary projects. The vendor should likewise supply you some showcasing instruments you can use to advance the items. The partner program or items should likewise be of excellent and should be very much valued. This will make is simple for you to sell them items or projects.
  3. Assemble a site zeroed in on your specialty, and have top caliber and exceptional substance that is rich with your watchwords and expressions.
  4. Have a financial plan for advancing your site.
  5. Direct people to your site. Your site will require traffic for you to acquire associate commissions. Compose articles, submit online public statements identified with your specialty and present your site to web search tools. You can likewise trade joins with high positioning sites identified with your specialty.
  6. Survey your member projects or items on a blog and incorporate your partner joins.
  7. Fabricate an email rundown and deal free e-courses, articles or digital books. At the point when you have a rundown, you can stay in touch with your possibilities and prescribe your partner items to them.
  8. Be accessible to address any inquiries from your possibilities and clients. Client relationship the board is vital in web-based business. Ensure that you give your genuine name and an email address on your site so potential clients can reach you with questions and realize that there is a genuine individual behind that site. This is significant for your validity.
  9. Fabricate your own organization of sub-partners. Stay in contact with your sub-partners and inspire them to succeed in light of the fact that their prosperity is your prosperity as well.
  10. Buckle down reliably in advancing your site and have tolerance.

These ten hints can assist anybody with prevailing in subsidiary advertising, and you also can make a ton of progress and acquire tremendous associate commissions!

To Your Ultimate Success~ James MoField~ Chameleon Global Publishing.

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