How to be a World Champion

How to be a World Champion

Just like Joseph Schooling:

How to be a World Champion. Lessons learnt from Joseph Schooling 's Gold Medal win (100m Butterfly finals) at the Rio Olympics 2016
How to be a World Champion. Lessons learnt from Joseph Schooling ‘s Gold Medal win (100m Butterfly finals) at the Rio Olympics 2016


What we’ve learnt from Joseph Schooling’s Olympic Gold Medal win in the 100m Butterfly Final @ Rio 2016 which was won against all odds:

  1. Start working on your Goal as early as you possibly can. Start it Now! The Power is in the Now.
  2. Look at your clearly defined, written Goals daily and sacrifice everything to achieve it. Remember why you are “here”.
  3. Focus on Daily Activities that are important and go for gold.
  4. Have the Right Attitude, No Grit, No Guts, No Glory. Don’t settle for second best. Give your all.
  5. Train / Work hard. Start your day as early as possible.
  6. Learn from the best. Get a coach or mentor to help you.
  7. Be Positive. We all have doubts, the trick is to never look back. Believe in yourself. Be confident you can achieve anything you set out to do.
  8. Size does not matter. Being small doesn’t mean you are invisible. Make Big Steps that makes you Unstoppable.
  9. Stay away from Negative people who do not share your goals. Most importantly, do not engage in negative self-talk. Keep your mind in positive mode always.
  10. Work for a higher cause. Serve beyond Self. Be part of something bigger.
  11. Practice Does Not Make Perfect– “Only Correct Practice Does“.
  12. Have a good support group. Surround yourself with people who want to see you succeed.
  13. Prioritise your tasks. You can’t win every battle. Choose which activity you must excel in and win.

2016 Olympian Joseph Schooling from Singapore is on top of the world because of these factors. If we want to be a world champion, we have to adopt Joseph Schooling‘s approach to success.




early predictors of heart disease

If you have one of the following problems, especially if you are under 40 years old, there is a high chance you have heart disease. Micro arteries are usually the first to get clogged and are difficult to spot on x-rays and blood tests. So one way of finding if there are mini artery blockages is to check to see if you have one of the following symptoms which will predict if you have heart disease. It’s not a full proof method to detect heart diseases, but if will serve as an early warning sign of future/imminent heart disease problems.

A 10 Second Mirror Test May Spot Heart Disease

When you think about checking for heart disease what probably comes to mind are expensive exams such as stress tests on a treadmill while hooked up to a high-tech electrocardiogram, cardiac catheterization or a coronary calcium CT scan. But a low-tech inexpensive look in the mirror may be more revealing than you ever imagined.

baldness on the crown of the head


A new study just published in the journal BMJ Open suggests that hair loss on the crown of the head might be an indicator of underlying heart disease. The investigators pooled data from six prior observational studies. A receding hair line was less problematic than baldness on the top to rear of the head (crown or “vertex” of the head). The increased risk was not huge (30 to 50%) but it was statistically significant. “Frontal” baldness was not linked to heart disease.

ear lobe crease


Another signal of heart disease may be an earlobe crease. Here is a link to see what it looks like. Researchers have been noticing an association between an earlobe crease and heart disease for nearly 40 years. The most recent report of a link came from the American Heart Association Meetings last fall. Danish investigators analyzed data from more than 10,000 volunteers participating in the Copenhagen Heart Study. Baldness on the top of the head and earlobe creases were associated with heart disease.

No one really has any good explanation for why hair loss or earlobe creases (or the Franks Sign) might be early warning signs of heart disease. The BMJ Open article proposes that high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels and atherosclerosis might also influence hair loss. That seems like a stretch. Another possible explanation is that insulin resistance leads to male pattern baldness and heart disease. Still another hypothesis is a pro-inflammatory condition is contributing to both hair loss and damage to artery walls in the heart. It has also been proposed that higher levels of male hormones (androgens) in the scalp and heart are the trigger underlying baldness and heart disease.

In a new study by Turkish researchers in the journal Angiology, 253 people with no known heart conditions but who had visible ear crease—are 10 percent more likely to suffer from blocked arteries. Earlobe creases were also more common among those suffering from the most severe arterial backups, the study authors discovered.

It’s not as crazy as it sounds. “There may be some relationship between aging of the skin and aging of the blood vessels,” says Arthur Friedlander, D.M.D., a professor of oral and facial surgery at UCLA. Friedlander has also published research on the link between earlobe creases and blocked arteries. Your earlobe is a concentrated end point for blood vessels, so if you have blood circulation problems, those blockages may show up as wrinkles in your lobes, he says.

Before you run to a mirror, understand that wrinkles are a part of aging, and the study results are far from conclusive, Dr. Friedlander warns. “An earlobe crease in conjunction with other abnormal findings like high blood pressure, or elevated weight or sugar levels, could be a subtle warning sign,” he says. But if you see a pronounced wrinkle before age 55—especially if you’re in your 40s—ask your doctor to check for heart trouble, he recommends.

A study in 1973 showed a connection between an ear crease & heart disease. Find out if a small mark on your ear could have anything to do with heart disease.

Diagonal earlobe creases and fatal cardiovascular disease: a necropsy study.



Fatty cholesterol deposits around the eyes, a condition know as xanthelasmata, were the strongest individual predictor of both heart attack and heart disease, according to data presented this week at the American Heart Association scientific meeting in Los Angeles. There was a 35-per-cent increase in heart attacks among subjects with these yellow deposits around their eyelids and baggy eyes,  which could be signs of cholesterol buildup, researchers found.

Xanthelasma is a common condition among the elderly and those of Mediterranean or Asian descent. The condition occurs slightly more often in men than in women, usually in people over the age of forty. When a xanthelasma reaches a certain size and becomes nodular, it is sometimes referred to as a xanthoma, but these are two distinct conditions; xanthoma is a broader term for a wider classification of skin growths that can occur anywhere on the body.

erectile dysfunction


You may be aware that the inability of your arteries to dilate fully and to subsequently harden, also known as atherosclerosis, is a major cause of heart disease and can lead to stroke, heart attack and sudden death.

In a nutshell, this occurs because as the inner lining of your blood vessels (endothelium) undergoes damage and dysfunction and plaque accumulates, the subsequent narrowing and hardening of your arteries makes it harder for blood to flow through them and reach your heart and other organs.

As the disease process unfolds the smaller arteries in your body, such as those in your penis, often get blocked first, before the larger arteries leading to your heart.

The lack of blood flow to the penis results in erectile dysfunction, and this is why ED has been called the “canary in the trousers” for future heart problems. If you have any type of erection difficulty, it’s a good idea to see a qualified health care practitioner who can give your heart health a thorough check-up and help you develop a plan to fix the underlying causes of both issues.

The researchers found that the men with severe erectile dysfunction, compared to those with no problem, were eight times more likely to have heart failure, 60 percent more likely to have heart disease and almost twice as likely to die of any cause.

early warning signs of-Heart-failure-Symptoms


How to spot a heart attack before it happens - look out for pain in any of these parts of your body
How to spot a heart attack before it happens – look out for pain in any of these parts of your body

Other tell tale signs of heart disease or even heart attacks are:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Swelling of feet and legs
  • Chronic lack of energy
  • Difficulty sleeping at night due to breathing problems
  • Swollen or tender abdomen with loss of appetite
  • Cough with frothy sputum
  • Increased urination at night
  • Confusion and/or impaired memory

So keep an eye on these predictors of heart disease so you can take corrective action to prevent the disease from getting worse through proper diet and nutritional supplementation.
Medicines should be the last resort because there’s a lot of side effects in taking these medications. – EARLY PREDICTIONS OF HEART DISEASE

The Future of Network Marketing

The Future of Network Marketing

Let’s face it. Despite being a multi billion-dollar industry, the network marketing profession has a lot of stigmas attached to it. How do you overcome and share the truth about network marketing with others Learn how from Six-Figure Earners and START Ambassadors Zach and Eden Slobin.


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the future of network marketing

Does Your Body Absorb Genetically Engineered DNA?

Genetically Modified (GM) Foods are not as harmless as claimed by their pro-GMO proponents.

GMO Awareness

Plant test tube GMO genetic engineering

One of the biggest assurances that pro-GMO manufacturers and scientists continue to make is how “safe” genetically engineered crops are. One of their primary arguments behind this assurance is that “new genes introduced in GM food are harmless, since all genes are broken up and rendered inert during digestion.”

Here are five studies disproving that theory…

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How Fast is Exponential Growth? (Or, Yao Ming Confronts the Vastness of the Universe)

A wonderful illustration about linear vs exponential growth for all network marketeers. For those who are still in la la land, this is a wake up call. A job won’t make you rich. Your boss will make sure of that even if you live to work to 100 years. All it will do is make sure you are Just Over Broke (JOB). Sadly, this is the fate of many lulled to false security.

Math with Bad Drawings

On this humble brown planet, we’re used to things growing at a steady pace. Trees add a ring every year. Families expand by one child or marriage at a time. Even in their most extreme months of food-gobbling growth spurts, teenagers will sprout at most a few inches. All of these are examples of linear growth (or something close to it). It’s modest, approachable – something the human brain has no trouble grasping.

But not all growth is like this. Take the old story of the sultan and the beggar. The beggar comes before the sultan, pleading for some rice to eat. When the sultan asks how much he needs, the beggar cleverly points to a nearby chessboard. He asks the sultan to put 1 grain on the first square, 2 on the next, 4 on the next, 8 on the next, and so on, doubling the number of grains for…

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Sausages have never been known as the healthiest food. But what makes them so dangerous?

The things that are causing all the fuss are chemicals called nitrites and nitrates, which once in the body can be converted into cancer-causing compounds. These, according to a spokesman for Cancer Research UK, occur naturally in red meat, but are also often added during meat-processing as a preservative.

Sausages’ relatively high fat and salt content, which have also been linked to increased risks of developing cancer.

One in ten sausages may carry the hepatitis virus: Cases of rare deadly strain have rocketed 40% in a year

  • Once considered very rare, cases have risen by nearly 40 per cent in a year
  • 1 in 50 of those infected will die, rising to one in five pregnant women
  • Sausages most dangerous pork product – they contain liver meat

This applies to most processed meats, canned or otherwise, so eat at your own risk.

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Sausages health risks cancer, cardiovascular diseases, hepatitis

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