Webinar with Shawn Stevenson

Waking up the morning after a bad night of sleep is something no one enjoys, but for some of us, it’s such a regular occurrence that we learn to make peace with it and consider it to be a “fact of life”. And why not? There’s no amount of lost
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The ONE Thing in Action: Bring Purpose to Your Personal Life

Entrepreneur Jason Hardy has been focused on how to build a successful business since before he could drive. But, he says it wasn’t until reading The ONE Thing that he realized zeroing in on the personal buckets in his life was the game changer. Before The ONE Thing, Jason oftentimes
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Ways to Alleviate Stress in Your Office Space

Though it’s common to feel stressed after a long day of work (or even from simply thinking about work), it’s an unhealthy way to live our day to day lives. Recent studies from the American Psychological Association have emphasized the negative effects of stress on everyday health. Research has found
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Productivity isn't about luck

Productivity Isn’t About Luck, It’s About Being Intentional

St. Patrick’s Day is a time to celebrate the Irish culture, cuisine and people. It also calls to mind a common phrase “the luck of the Irish.” Edward T. O’Donnell, an Associate Professor of History at Holy Cross College explains the origin of this phrase in his book 1001 Things
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Finding your Spiritual Vince Lombardi with Rick Nash

Our mentorship series continues this week with some insightful information from another spiritual leader. Today, we’re sharing advice from our recent sit-down with Rick Nash. A graduate of Harvard University and Dallas Theological Seminary, Rick has been an influential contributor to the spiritual arena for years. In every aspect of his
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Six Ways to Identify Time-Busters… and How to Avoid Them

Blocking your time may seem easy, but even after your calendar is penciled in, time can slip away from you. Why? They may not be obvious at first, but there are many time-busters that steal away minutes or even hours of your day and get in the way of productivity.
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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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Using Planners Effectively – A TOT Community Spotlight

Paper planners have immense benefits. From helping us remember things better, to keeping everything in one place, or staying focused on the task at hand, writing down our goals and priorities in a physical planner does a lot of good. Today, we’re showcasing two people who’ve successfully integrated The ONE
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Four Tips for Mastering Body Language over Video

  We communicate with more than our words. Even though our communication is becoming increasingly more virtual, we still rely heavily on nonverbal cues. A roll of the eye to indicate a joke, a wave of the hand to add emphasis — all of these subtle forms of speech are
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happy thanksgiving

The ONE Thing That Made the First Thanksgiving Possible

In elementary school, many of us are taught the story of the first Thanksgiving that took place between the Pilgrims and Native Americans. In 1621, the men of Plymouth enjoyed a three-day feast with members of the Wompanoag tribe to celebrate the Pilgrims’ successful harvest and to solidify a treaty
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