How to Find Your Perfect Job

When you think about it, our job is one of the most personal and pertinent aspects of our lives. We spend many of our waking hours working at it. It directly affects our finances and even our health and relationships. And, it oftentimes correlates to how a lot of the
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The Reading Nook: 3 Inspirational Stories of People and their ONE Thing

As our challenges evolve, each and every one of us continues to reset our goals and pivot our plans. And despite all the changes around us, we know one thing should remain constant: making sure that we are taking the time to read. The benefits of reading for children are
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5 Goal-Setting Tactics Olympic All-Stars Use (That You Can Too)

Olympians are elite athletes that have achieved the pinnacle of success in their sport. An interesting study of Olympic athletes found that all of them used goal setting to improve their performance and ultimately reach the world stage. These athletic superstars don’t possess a secret surplus of willpower. Like the
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Stave off the Boredom of Mastery

While we like to think that success is exciting—in most cases, it can actually be pretty boring. When we start on the path of becoming masterful at something, things inevitably start to feel a little dull. And if you’re like us, when the daily routine to take us to where
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How to Keep Dilbert Out of Your Office

We’ve all had experiences around the office space that mirror the experiences portrayed in a Dilbert comic strip. Created by Scott Adams while working with telecommunications engineers at a national bank, the strip was first published in 1989, and has since become a loveable satire of the daily lives many
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Managing People, Part 3 of The Ultimate Guide to People

If you’ve been reading The ONE Thing’s blog this month, you’ll recognize that we are dedicating the month to improving the bones of your organization. At the core of any great company are great people. That means we’re focusing on helping you get the people aspect of your organization right.
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Mompreneurs: How Mothers Took Family Issues and Turned Them into Businesses

Most moms are superhuman workhorses that have mastered problem solving, family finances and prioritizing all aspects of life so things flow as smoothly as possible. These entrepreneurial attributes are now helping mothers transform the economy. The Internet has helped make mompreneurship a force to be reckoned with over the last
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The 10 Rules to Follow for Happy and Productive Work at Home

Working from home can be great for productivity. You don’t have to deal with traffic. Healthy food, outdoor space and other comforts are close by. Many people, including the author of this New York Times  article, note this rise in productivity, particularly for workers without children. Being removed from the
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Chasing Two Rabbits: Managing Work and Parenting Under One Roof

Last September our family was blessed with a beautiful baby boy. And although months of sleepless nights, mountains of diapers, and countless mistakes left us feeling like we could handle anything, it’s clear that wasn’t the case. There’s nothing easy about working a full-time job and serving as a full-time
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Gilbert Tuhabonye: Inspiration from a Happy Health Mentor

It’s easy to see that for Gilbert Tuhabonye, running brings him joy. It’s an infectious feeling you can’t help but adopt when you’re around this world-class athlete. And, joy is what he has used to build the physical health philosophies he now shares with so many others. Despite the struggles
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