The ONE Thing Donates Royalties to Hurricane Relief

To aid with the hurricane relief efforts, Gary Keller and Jay Papasan, authors of the million-copy bestseller The ONE Thing, have pledged $50,000 in royalties to the Salvation Army. National Book Network, the trade distributor of The ONE Thing, is placing a $5 hurricane relief sticker on the next 10,000
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You Get What You Give This Halloween

Trick or treaters everywhere will march through the streets tonight looking for something sweet to snack on. Never underestimate the power of a sugar addicted child—if your home doesn’t hand out the goods, it’ll haunt you later (generally in the form of trees draped in toilet paper). Kidding aside, Halloween
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How to Honor Your Core Values

We’ve previously discussed the importance of unearthing core values, particularly when it comes to setting goals. But how do we make time for these values in our daily lives? While it’s easy to sit and outline what your values are, in practice, those values can mean something else altogether. If
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[CASE STUDY] Time Block Your Way To a Body You Love!

The day Peggy Delano signed up to be in the pilot Time Blocking Mastery course she knew it wouldn’t be a simple process. Peggy had a fear of time blocking. She felt like it boxed her in too tightly and didn’t like the idea that the schedule controlled her day.
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66 Days to a Bigger, Better Business

Have you taken a personal 66-Day Challenge? Is it time to embark on a new one? We’ve gotten a great response from individuals that used the challenge to form a new habit in the past and we’re not stopping there. That’s right. Groups, departments and even entire businesses can get
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4 Ways to Maximize Family Time

When it comes to life, our currency is often wrapped up in two things: time and money. While many people would tell you the two hold equal weight, the reality is that they don’t. The opportunity for gaining time is ultimately finite, whereas the opportunity for gaining money is virtually
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Business Success Series: PayPal Founders

The PayPal Mafia. It sounds much more ominous than it actually is. In Silicon Valley the name is synonymous with the success of PayPal’s six core founders and exemplifies how unconventional the company’s founding was after the dot com bust. The experience that each founder gained in their involvement with
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All Things ONE: Empire Building the El Arroyo Way

Great food and drink is not the only thing that has turned El Arroyo into an Austin, Texas, destination eatery. Its large, street-facing sign – changed daily – is what’s really brought this Tex-Mex Tavern into the spotlight. The out-of-the-box messaging – the restaurant’s only form of marketing – has
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Why You Should Ditch Your Work-Life Balance

“Seen as something we ultimately attain, balance is actually something we constantly do. A ‘balanced life’ is a myth — a misleading concept most accept as a worthy and attainable goal without ever stopping to truly consider it.” — Gary Keller & Jay Papasan, The ONE Thing Work-life balance is a seductive
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The Good and Bad of Bringing Your Pet to Work

June 24th is Take Your Dog to Work Day. The unofficial dog-friendly holiday was established by Pet Sitters International in 1999 to promote pet adoptions. Since then there’s been a lot of research surrounding the potential benefits and drawbacks of bringing pets to the workplace. The 2015 Society for Human
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