Stress Free 5th General Meeting by: lisa and monica. PBL Pledge
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5th General Meeting
by: lisa and monica
I solemnly promise to uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda and, as an active member, I shall strive to develop the qualities necessary in becoming a responsible business leader.
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My First Impression of You…
Eat healthy, regularly
1 Cup of Low-Fat Yogurt OR2 Tbsp of Mixed Nuts
NOT A CAN OF SODA!!
A study from the American Journal of Public Health found that people who drink 20 ounces of soda daily are three times more likely to be depressed and anxious, compared with those who drink less.
Low on energy: Eat a handful of trail mix
Raisins provide potassium… which your body use to convert to energy
Do NOT go for Espresso-based drinks:
The caffeine will perk you up, but the spike in blood sugar that follows — with anywhere from 16 grams (latte) to 59 grams (white chocolate mocha) of sugar coursing through your veins — will ultimately launch your own personal energy crisis. Stick to brewed coffee with one packet of sugar, max.
Need a Brain Boost: Blueberries
Antioxidants in blueberries help protect the brain from free-radical damage, which could decrease your risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, and improve cognitive processing. Wild blueberries, if you can find them (or grow them!), have even more brain-boosting antioxidants than the cultivated variety.
Wake up & go: Eggs and Whole Wheat Toast
Eggs are a great source of protein, and having them for breakfast sets you up for a perfect day of eating. Saint Louis University researchers found that people who eat eggs for breakfast consume 264 fewer calories the rest of the day than those who eat bagels and cream cheese.
Sleep & Study Early
Even though we say we will study early, really mean it and do it!
Do not stay up the night before trying to cram
Falling asleep on your exam isn’t going to help
A Game to Build Teamwork
Object of the Game:
A competition between teams to build the perfect “nest” for your egg.
How to play:
With the supplies given to you, work with your team members to build a structure that will prevent the egg from breaking.
Why was this game considered a teamwork type of game?
Who became the “leader” of the group? Why?
Did other members have a say in the project decisions?
How did you work together to get the job done?
Was it difficult, having so many people trying to work together? How did you deal with the situation?
So Whose the Winner?!
Have a great winter break!