‘Because of mirror neurons in the mind, we tend to pick up habits of the people we’re around,’ Kipp clarifies, ‘So you want to be around those who are uplifting and supportive and fill your mind with inspirational material.’ 5. Eat clean and zen out. Kipp’s way to inner peace involves yoga exercises, meditation and a healthy diet plan. If, after implementing most of these recommendations, you’re still fighting your commitment, Kipp advises looking around your community to find a positive function model. ‘The thing that got me sober had been around someone who demonstrated sobriety as a job model. He saved my entire life by demonstrating a sober life.’ Kipp says if there’s something you need to achieve, don’t just take the proximity advice of people around you, find people who have accomplished the final result that you want and model your path after them.Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2009 Advisory Table Kaiser and Company Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
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