What it Takes to Become a Gladiator

Special guest Ally Davidson, a former American Gladiator Champion and co-founder of Camp Gladiator will be joining ONE Thing co-author Jay Papasan tomorrow for this month’s featured webinar. Ally’s story begins the morning of her wedding day, where she snuck out of her house to audition for American Gladiators at
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The ONE Thing Webinar with Tim Grahl

We hope you’ll join us this week for our free monthly webinar series with ONE Thing co-author Jay Papasan. This month we have bestselling author Tim Grahl, whose do-it-yourself attitude is reflected in books that help others successfully set up winning sales strategies for their own products. Grahl is the
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how to prioritize

How to Prioritize Your Life With 2 Simple Questions

“Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers.” — Voltaire Everything in life comes down to the questions we ask. When we ask great questions, we find clarity, direction and momentum in the answers. Of course, the opposite is also true. Ask the wrong questions, and we end up
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How to Prepare For Your Best Year Yet Using The ONE Thing

It’s in the air—that feeling of time speeding up as the end of the year rapidly approaches. And with that in mind, it’s crucial that we use the time we have remaining in the year wisely by setting ourselves up for the year ahead. It feels good to be prepared.
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Let the Games Begin: An Olympic Nod to Physical Health around the World

When it comes to physical health, the world is an open gym – no membership required! So as the winter games kick off this weekend, here’s an international nod to finding ways to get physical all year round – including tips to find a mentor in each. Canada – Hockey
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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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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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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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What We Can Learn from the Common Goal of a Football Team

“There’s no ‘I’ in team” may be the most popular saying in sports, but it applies to many other areas of life. NFL and college football teams are a prime example of how a common goal can lead to amazing success both on and off the field. Each player wants
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How to Rid Yourself of the Thanksgiving Hangover

We can pack so much into a Thanksgiving dinner that instead of the food reviving us, we often find it saps us of our energy and leaves us feeling like a bed of sloths. But just because our traditions dictate a large and decadent meal doesn’t mean we have to
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