"Do you have unfinished projects? Are you procrastinating, anxious or feeling unproductive? As creatives, the first thing we throw out when we’re stressed is ideas. We abandon our work because we don’t know what we’re trying to achieve, how to handle doubt, or the detailed steps to reach the finish line. I believe success is possible for every creative, the question is, do you have YOUR process to get there - not just a process? Process, workflow and success is not a “one size fits all treatment,” so we go beyond just the deadlines, but the inner workings of who you are as a creative person. This class will be an investment for yourself, your creative spirit, and your future."
"Explore the aspects of good mental health and gain insights on various mental disorders while learning about evidence-based strategies to enhance one's mental well-being from Australian experts in psychiatry, psychology, and mental health research. "
Explore the science of happiness and gain insights into building productive habits and boosting well-being through engaging challenges. Learn from Professor Laurie Santos as she debunks misconceptions about happiness and explores research-backed strategies to cultivate lasting happiness in your life.
"Culinary Education in 90 min “Knowing a 1000 recipes will not make you a great Chef, but knowing food science & mastering culinary techniques will!” In short, that’s exactly what this class is about. In the following 9 lessons & a Bonus one, you will get to know all the basics of the essential culinary topics that you will need to work on and develop in order to really “kill it in the kitchen” & become a great Chef. "
Exercise is medicine. Regular and moderate exercise can effectively strengthen immune system so as to reduce the risk of virus infection and also improve or assist in the treatment of dysthymic disorders like anxiety and depression. This course provides suggestions for the general public about how to actively respond to the outbreak of novel coronavirus. It also explains: how the immune system reacts when viruses invade into the body; why exercises can enhance immunity and what is the mechanism; what the difference is between western sports and traditional eastern exercises. Besides, the course includes training lessons on Baduanjin, Zhanzhuang, Daoyin, Yoga and other exercises conducive to immunity improvement.
Renowned exercise physiologists Martin Gibala and Stuart Phillips of McMaster University teach the surprising new science of cardio fitness and strength-building—and then provide you with hacks to get fit and strong (and healthy!) in less time than you ever thought possible. What’s the right mix of exercise between cardio and strength? How do you know if you’re working out hard enough? What’s better, heavy or light weights? These questions and more are addressed through a course designed to provide even the most inexperienced of exercisers the tools you need to design time-efficient workouts that can be done virtually anywhere, from your own home to a city park or even at your workplace. Marty and Stu are good friends and colleagues who just happen to be two of the world’s most passionate scholars in the science of fitness. They aim to entertain you while they’re describing the relationship between exercise and health. Marty is a pioneer in the field of interval training, the technique of varying your workout intensity to get fit faster than anyone ever thought possible. Stu’s studies proved that lifting lighter weights can be a highly effective strength-building technique—plus he’s a leading expert in dietary protein and muscle. In Hacking Exercise for Health, you’ll follow Marty and Stu as they teach you the basics about the way your body boosts its fitness and strength. Next, they’ll apply that theory, providing you with a series of do-anywhere workouts and, most importantly, teaching you what you need to know to design your own sessions. Filled with inspirational practical tips, fun quizzes, interactive community participation and assignments designed to help you remember your lessons, Hacking Exercise for Health will give you the tools and techniques to incorporate exercise into your life, no matter how busy you are.
Self-determination theory (SDT) is an empirically based theory of motivation and psychological development that is especially focused on the basic psychological needs that promote high quality motivation and wellness, and how they are supported in social contexts. SDT details how the styles and strategies of motivators such as parents, teachers, coaches, managers, and health-care professionals can promote or undermine engagement and the positive consequences that follow from it.
Patient-Centered, Relationship-Based Nursing Care. By the end of this specialization, you will be able to practice a patient-centered, relationship-based approach to nursing that utilizes a variety of integrative healing modalities.