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March 30, 2015: Being Overly Judgmental Only Hurts You

 We know it’s natural to judge other people, but it’s not normal or productive to scrutinize someone’s tiny moves or decisions, especially when other people are content with their choices. Being overly judgmental will only result in you holding yourself back and missing out on greater opportunities. YMEMJ wants you to consider the following effects of being too judgmental: 1. People Will Think Twice About Befriending You You may be the type to make light situations seem dark or making a friends …

March 19, 2015: Are you living up to your potential

The truth is, we should all be living up to our maximum potential, but some of us are not and we don’t even know it. So, how can you tell if you’re being the best version of yourself? Ask yourself these questions: Do you feel challenged? Do you feel like you’re being pushed out of your comfort zone, or are you just too comfortable? The point of being youthful and energetic is to use up all that brainpower and appetite for life. If you’re not growing by being put into difficult situations that ma…

March 16, 2015: Views from Charles Bukowski

Henry Charles Bukowski was a German-born American poet, novelist, and short story writer. His writing was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic ambience of his home city of Los Angeles. Why are we speaking of Mr. Bukowski today? Well he seemed to have a very unique view on things. We want you to take a look at these quotes from Mr. Bukowski and let us know on Twitter how you feel about them! We found Charles to be very interesting. "How the hell could a person enjoy being awakened at …

March 5, 2015: 2 Ways To Make Healthy Habits Stick

You and us at YMEMJ already know that change is hard.  If you want to achieve your goals, you have to learn how to step out of your comfort zone and overcome resistance to change. But, what’s even harder is making change stick: saying no to a cigarette, keeping the pounds off, ignoring that website — that’s the real challenge. But maybe it isn't a challenge.  Today YMEMJ wants to go over 2 scientific ways to make healthy habits stick.  1. Priming Our habits are often influenced by unconscious cu…

March 2, 2015: The Drive to Win will make you successful

Have you ever watched a sporting event at which one team clearly outmatched the other, but the weaker team had that one player who stood out more than anyone else? This individuals team could be losing by a landslide, but he or she refuses to give up. It’s difficult not to respect individuals like this, as they’re working harder than everyone else. They epitomize what it means to be competitive. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is a prime example of why outworking everyone else and having a competitive …

Congratulations to Abby

Hey guys today we just want to congratulate Abdallah on his success with YMEMJ Rewards. He participated in the Twitter Trivia Contest a few weeks back and came out on top. As a result he decided to make a review video which is great for such a young kid.  We at YMEMJ Rewards appreciate it and thats why we set up the YouTube review offer because we think you deserve to earn money for doing us such a generous favour. Not only are you helping us but you are also helping yourself, if Abdallah keeps …

WEEK 16, Lesson 1: Who said it?

For todays lesson we would simply like you to tell us who said this.                                                                                  Then we would you to spend 10 minutesdo some research and learn a little about them.    …

WEEK 16, Lesson 1: Say "No" to Negative Thoughts

These methods were taught by a man named Neville Goddard. Over 60 years ago he brilliantly and elegantly distilled the concept that “Imagination Creates Reality”. Today YMEMJ Rewards wants you to close your eyes and get rid of the negative thoughts going on in your mind. We have  a way of doing so.  This may seem a little confusing at first but here we go:  KILLING AWAY THE NEGATIVES:   What if you could take back control of your mind, from any negative fantasy IN SECOND…

WEEK 15, Lesson 2: Successful People & Their Habits Before Bed

Today's lesson is about 3 things successful people do before bed time:  1. Read for an hour Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates is an avid reader. Each night before bed, he spends an hour reading a book, ranging on topics from politics to current events. Aside from the obvious benefits of gaining new knowledge, reading daily has also been shown to reduce stress and improve memory. A 2009 study from the University of Essex revealed that reading for as little as six minutes a day can reduce stress le…

WEEK 15, Lesson 1: Past, Present & Future Self

Todays lesson is about the old you, you now and the future you!  If you find yourself losing motivation to actually follow through with the things you told yourself that you'd do—finish work, exercise, eat healthy, etc.—but end up saying, "I don't feel like it," you're not alone. In fact, you have two other versions of yourself that are always on your team. Right now, you're Present You. You're unsure about things and in need of convincing and motivation, but Past You and Future You can help. Le…