Turn a Culture of Me Into a Culture of We

Last month you may remember that we discussed how getting everyone at work on board with your ONE Thing can lead to big success. Now we’re going to expand the conversation to look more closely at “me culture” in the office and the negative impact it can have on the
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The Networker’s Guide to a Stellar Introduction

Most of the time we base our opinion of someone on the first few seconds of our first interaction. In other words, introductions are a big deal. We can chalk this up to basic instinctual behavior. Anything unfamiliar naturally puts people on edge. When we first meet someone our guard is
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Yes, There is Such Thing as a Stupid Question

Yep, you read that right. There is a way to ask a stupid question: asking the wrong one. When we aren’t able to get the information we need from the questions we ask, there’s room for improvement in the way we pose our questions. Asking the right questions can improve
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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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When The ONE Thing Collides with Jewelry Design

Everyone needs a reminder at times on how important it is to focus on their ONE Thing. Similar to tying a knot around your finger so you won’t forget a promise, an easy way to maintain focus is to associate important thoughts with objects that demand our attention. This season,
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How to Have an Office Workout Routine

Working Exercise into Your Regular Workday Reduced stress? Check. Increased productivity? Check. Improved health? Check. More companies are encouraging employees to be more active during their workdays because it’s ONE Thing that addresses a number of office ailments all at once. In addition to the benefits noted above, studies now
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Personal Finance Blogs

10 Personal Finance Blogs to Start Reading Today

We’re big fans of informational blogs, for obvious reasons. Blogs give experts a way of sharing their knowledge, ideas and thoughts with the masses so we’re all a little wiser. RSS feeds have made it easy to aggregate all the useful posts from your favorite blogs. It’s also easier than
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Business Success Series, Part 3: Sean “P Diddy” Combs

source: CNBC Our series on successful entrepreneurs continues with a figure that is well known in many circles, business included. While Sean “P Diddy” Combs is one of the music industry’s most successful rap producers, his empire expands much further than hip-hop. No matter what industry hat he may wear,
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how to manage your energy

Schedule Your Day Around Your Energy for Better Results

When we’re working towards creating something extraordinary with our lives, we need to make good use of our high-energy moments whenever we have them. For some people this is easy — they have naturally high levels of energy the majority of the time. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for everyone.
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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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