This is the Summer of You

  It’s official. We’re halfway through summer. That means we only have a couple of months to make this as our best summer ever. To do that, we need to make ourselves a priority. If you’re not sure how to make the most of the summer days and nights ahead
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Putting Together a 21st Century Networking Plan

Networking has always been a significant factor in the job market, and for some professions it’s an absolute must. Twenty-first century technology has taken networking in many different directions, but the basic idea is still the same – make connections with people that can help improve your career opportunities. The
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3 Things You Didn’t Know About Achieving Mastery

Mastery is a topic that comes up frequently in The ONE Thing. Without a mindset geared toward embracing mastery, achieving extraordinary results is nearly impossible. But just the idea of achieving mastery can cause some of us to build mental roadblocks. Becoming a master at anything is not a quick
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Family Matters: How to Teach The ONE Thing to Your Family

Chasing our ONE Thing isn’t a solo sport – it takes a team to win. From mentors to accountability partners, love interests to spouses, we need to surround ourselves with people who actively help us grow in order to find success. Of all the relationships that support our goals, none
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Celebrate Civility with ONE Act

Martin Luther King Jr.’s strive for civil rights started with a bus strike in Montgomery, AL. The success of this first domino – the Supreme Court deemed segregated buses as unconstitutional – solidified his ONE Thing, to gain equality for African Americans and other oppressed peoples. In honor of MLK
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How to Keep Anxiety From Stepping Between You and Your ONE Thing

Anxiety isn’t what you think it is. It comes in many different forms, and no two diagnoses are the same. Socially, we’ve just arrived at accepting that anxiety and depression are mental health issues that affect millions of Americans, who for generations went undiagnosed. But, as mental health advocacy gains
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Revisiting the Myth that Big is Bad

There’s a little-known fact that the section of The ONE Thing called “Big is Bad” almost didn’t make the final cut of the manuscript. It wasn’t until getting some last-minute buy-in from everyone involved in the project that it was placed back in the book for publication. And that wasn’t
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Essential Communication Tools that You and Your Partner Can’t Live Without

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw Growing up, we all heard the saying, “It’s not what you say it’s how you say it.” And it’s true – what we say to one another goes far beyond the words
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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? Streamline Your Thanksgiving Dinner Preparation with the GPS

You’re the head chef of this Thanksgiving operation, and it’s time for you take charge. The whole family is here, and more than willing to help. Delegation is your spatula and tact is your sauce, but you still find yourself feeling one thing: stress. Holidays are stressful for a lot
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Your Most Productive Snow Day Yet

When the needle dips below thirty two degrees and precipitation is at 80%, it’s likely a productive day at the office is not in the cards come 6am. But, before you jump between sighing with relief at a little down time and panting in distress at a missed day of
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