X Marks the Spot: How to Be an Entrepreneurial Pirate and Find the Treasure Within You

Opportunities abound. You’re in control of your own destiny. You’re open to risks. When you run down the list of qualifications, you may sound like a pirate, but rest assured, you’re an entrepreneur. Creating and running your own business means treading into unknown waters, and that takes a certain type
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Shift Your Mindset from Scarcity to Abundance

Time, energy, willpower—these aren’t always at our fingertips when we want them. But what about when we’re maxed out on all fronts? What happens to us when we’re low on time, energy, cash, willpower – lots of things? Scarcity. And, scarcity can be a trap. The truth is, we only
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Creative Ways to Keep Your Employees Active in the Workplace

Stress, sitting for hours, artificial lighting – there are a lot of things around the workplace that aren’t always conducive for a healthy, active lifestyle. Not to mention the difficulty of trying to fit exercise into an already packed schedule. For companies it’s a serious concern because inactivity lowers productivity.
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5 Ways to Keep your Stress in Check

We’ve all felt it before. Pushed to the brink at work. Pulled in a million different directions. Stressed. And what we crave is the ability to unplug from it all. We need a way to de-compress. It’s true that on our path to achieving extraordinary things, our lives can go
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Gary’s Company Kicks off Wellness Challenge

Gary’s own Keller Williams – the number one real estate company in North America by agent count – not only has a strong business-minded foundation, but thrives as a cultural mecca as well. Announced in September, Keller Williams launched the KW Wellness initiative to create “a culture of success” to
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Thinking Outside of the Shell: Turning Existing Products Into Something New

On November 4, 1895 Dr. John Harvey Kellogg (as in the cereal) forever changed elementary school lunches. That was the day Kellogg patented his process for making peanut butter. It was the beginning of a love affair that continues still today. On average Americans consume roughly 700 million pounds of
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Making Self Reflection a Part of Your Productive Daily Schedule

“Begin early with meditation and prayer for spiritual energy; starting the day by connecting with your higher purpose aligns your thoughts and actions with a larger story.” – Gary Keller, The ONE Thing Gary Keller is without a doubt a very productive man. He got that way by reflecting on
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Protecting Your Time Block with an Indestructible Bunker

Bill Gates has his own productivity bunker. It’s not buried underground or encased in granite. It’s a cabin in the woods, and it separates him from the people and technology that distract him on a daily basis. Several times a year, he retreats into his bunker for days at a
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the benefits of waking up early

Is Success a Sunrise Away? The Benefits of Waking Up Early

Are you an early morning riser? Then you’re in good company. Many top CEOs, entrepreneurs and world-class athletes start their day when most people are still tucked in bed. Take Starbucks President Michelle Gaas for example. It’s not all the caffeine she drinks that gets Michelle out of bed at
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How to Get the Most Out of an Audiobook

We’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback from customers who decided to make their daily commute more productive with The ONE Thing audiobook.  Books on tape, as they were called back in the day, have long been a popular way to pass the time on a long drive. If you’re
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