We’re Using our Planners the Wrong Way

Taking control of our time and using it effectively is not a novel concept. From Stonehenge, to Roman sundials and calendars, and even Einstein’s theory of general relativity, we’ve worked hard to understand what time is and find different ways to get it to work for us instead of against
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Overcome High Overhead with a Temporary Workspace

When we’re young we learn the importance of sharing. That virtue (hopefully) sticks with us for life, but there are a lot of things that we don’t immediately bucket into the “share” list. Our desk is usually one of them. One of the latest trends in business is temporary office
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Finding Your ONE Thing Is a Journey

It sounds cliché, but life is a journey. For those who have embraced The ONE Thing, that journey means following their ONE thing. And no two journeys are the same. For some, the path toward realizing your goals is a well-worn one. With proven habits and profound clarity, these beaten
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work-life balance

3 Types of People You Need in Your Life to Achieve Counterbalance

Trying to juggle work, family and a social life can feel like a never-ending struggle.  Mostly because attempting to balance is never-ending.  When we try to balance everything equally we can’t focus enough on any one ball that’s up in the air, leaving us stuck in the middle ground between
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The 21 Days to Build a Habit Myth

Habit formation relies on context-dependent repetition. What does that mean? Both a behavior and the situation in which the behavior happens play a part in creating a habit. By repeating something enough in the same scenario, whether it is chewing your nails while reading or going for a run each
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How to Make Time for the Dinner Table and Why It Matters to Your Children

Family meals were once a daily tradition in American households. But in recent years families, have gotten out of the habit of eating together. Researchers say that dinnertime is far from obsolete, and it’s beneficial for everyone at the table. Reports from various sources have found that family dinner provides
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Manage your Time with the Eisenhower Matrix

  There are things we need to do, things we should do, and things we like to do. We all understand that. Often, we go through our lives just doing what seems best at the moment. But flying by the seat of your pants isn’t living a life by your
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How and Why Johnny Appleseed Died a Wealthy Man

There are a number of legends living in the hearts of Americans everywhere, but none are as wild as Johnny Appleseed (Sorry, Wild Bill). With a tin pot on his head and a bag of seeds in his pocket, this nomad is said to have wandered the western United States
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How to Identify What Matters Most

When our lives get busy, it’s easy to reach for a pencil and pad of paper to try and capture everything that needs to get done. It can almost be therapeutic to cross items off our list, after all. However, check-lists aren’t the best way to go about accomplishing great
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Perfectionism is Helping You Fail, It’s Time to Fight It

“Healthy striving is self-focused: “How can I improve?” Perfectionism is other-focused: “What will they think?”  ― Brené Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection We have a love-hate relationship with perfectionism. To many people, being a perfectionist means being confident, focused and decisive. The truth is often the opposite. On one hand,
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