66 Day Challenge: How the Language of Accountability Can Lead to Your Success

It’s hard to believe, but we’re already less than a month out from completing the 66 Day Challenge. How would you describe the experience? What would you say if someone asked you how you were doing? The language that we use and how we phrase things can have a surprisingly
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4 Reasons Why Your Facebook Friends Aren’t as Happy as They Seem

There’s no denying that social media has made a huge impact on our society. It’s changed the way we share information, communicate and make connections. Social media use has become so prominent that it’s inspired a number of psychological studies into how and why people use it. Facebook has noted
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Achieving Work-Life Balance with Your Spouse

Being successful requires hard work – it’s tough. Throw a spouse, with their own career and personal goals, into the equation and things can get even trickier. When two partners are chasing their ONE Thing, it can be hard to maintain a work-life balance. Spend too much time at the
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5 Ways to Manage Your Stress

5 Ways to Manage Your Stress in Seconds Stress can strike at any moment. Sometimes it’s expected, like during a traffic-jammed morning commute. Other times it can come out of nowhere and completely derail you. Our stress responses used to be a necessity that helped us survive, but that isn’t
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Great Friendships That Started Great Businesses

Dynamic duos, twice as nice, two peas in a pod – there are a lot of positive connotations connected to twosomes. But in the business world many people look at entrepreneurship as a lone wolf venture. Sure, individuals find startups on their own everyday, but when you find a like-minded
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Honesty is the Best Policy

Is Dishonesty Holding Back Success? We’ve all heard the saying “Honesty is the best policy.” But how closely do people adhere to it? Honesty isn’t always easy, and at times it doesn’t come naturally. Researchers at the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute have studied the brain to delve deeper into
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66 Day Challenge: Stressed at Work, Absent at Home – and Failing at Both

Instead of eating dinner with your family, you find yourself hunched over your desk slurping soup once again. A project you had worked overtime on last week needs revisions before it passes the executive sniff test, but instead of focusing on work you keep thinking about how much you can
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Building a Stronger Bond with Your Family While Working

No network is more important than your family. It’s a highly exclusive group that’s going to do anything they can to help you professionally, which is why their support can’t go unnoticed. It’s one of the key takeaways from the concept of counterbalancing. In The ONE Thing you learn that
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How to Keep Your Kids Sharp During the Summer

As Alice Cooper once said: school’s out for summer. While the promise of a long, homework free summer is always promising for kids, we adults know that keeping our children mentally stimulated during break is crucial to their continued success. But, sometimes we find ourselves at a loss as to
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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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