Doing some of simplest things in life can improve your mental fitness by retraining your mental agility and improving your wellbeing. The online Psyblog reported on a range of studies with a variety of findings.

Read the top five simple ways that work for me.

Paul Lyons is an experienced chief executive, leadership coach and mental toughness professional and you can reach him at paullyons.com  or  mentaltoughness.partners

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