how to leverage your job

What’s the ONE Thing You Can Leverage in Your Job

Almost every job provides some sort of leverage for getting you one step closer to your dream career. Even if it’s just ONE Thing, it can provide enough influence to make all the difference in the world for your professional life. It may not be obvious at first, but there
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Creative Ways to Keep Your Employees Active in the Workplace

Stress, sitting for hours, artificial lighting – there are a lot of things around the workplace that aren’t always conducive for a healthy, active lifestyle. Not to mention the difficulty of trying to fit exercise into an already packed schedule. For companies it’s a serious concern because inactivity lowers productivity.
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Assess and Address Pandemic Relationship Problems

Without question, the past year has been a tough one. From our finances and careers, to our personal lives and key relationships, it’s safe to say that not a single circle of the seven key areas of our lives have gone unscathed. As we look with a hopeful eye toward
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Five Tasty, Super Foods Your Salad Can’t Live Without

There are a million buzz words surrounding food: probiotic, gluten-free, superfood, paleo. We hear these words often, but likely don’t know what many mean. In truth, there is an ever expanding repertoire of new words, ideas, and phrases surrounding food. One day butter is terrible, the next it may not
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Take Control of Your Personal Story One Domino at a Time

We are all shaped by the stories of our lives. We tell them and retell them. And when we aren’t saying them aloud, they often dictate the running commentary in our heads. It’s important for us to take charge of our own narrative because the stories we tell ourselves have
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The ONE Thing Webinar: Learning First-hand from Jay Papasan

When it comes to The ONE Thing, you may feel fairly accomplished by now. You’ve read the book, you’ve printed out the worksheets, and you’ve timeblocked a window where you plan to map out your goals for the year ahead. Now what? How about hearing advice first-hand from co-author, Jay
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Are You Using the ‘Spaghetti Method’ for Business Social Media?

The “Spaghetti method” – randomly throwing spaghetti on the wall and seeing what sticks – is not a great approach to use in the kitchen and to be honest, doesn’t really have a great success rate anywhere. But all too often, that’s the approach that gets used when it comes
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The ONE Thing Washington and Lincoln Did as President

Being the leader of the free world is by far the most difficult job on the planet. It’s a role that requires an amazing amount of focus and sacrifice, and it doesn’t allow for time off. President’s Day was established as a time for us to honor our country’s fearless
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A Case in Point: Recharging Your Relationships with Big Goals

When you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s natural to get comfortable with routine and the status quo. While that normalcy can be reassuring and provide consistency, it can also make it difficult to accurately judge the health of your relationship. Even when a relationship is going well, one or both
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How a Solid Mastermind Group Can Lead to Success

Two minds are better than one. If having another perspective is better, wouldn’t it be best to go even further down that line of thought and bring more minds into your business discussions? We’re not suggesting creating a mob mentality, but rather an exclusive assembly of thinkers that work together
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