Do Less, Achieve More

We all want extraordinary results. We want to have rewarding careers. We want tight-knit families. We want fulfilling relationships. But when we look at our lives, all too often, we don’t see the results we’re aiming for. If we continually fail to reach the results we expect, it might not
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Get a Hole in One With Your Big Deal

Many clichés are rooted in reality. Doing business on the golf course is one of them. If you aren’t an avid golfer but you want to get ahead as an executive, picking up a club is a surprising but true way to accelerate your path to a corner office. How
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Replace Optimism with Gratitude, Fuel Your Resilience

To many people, optimism is simply a triumph over cynicism. It’s looking on the bright side. Seeing the glass as half full. Looking for opportunities rather than setbacks. When times are tough, it makes sense that we try to be optimistic because dwelling on things that are already bad won’t
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Yes, There is Such Thing as a Stupid Question

Yep, you read that right. There is a way to ask a stupid question: asking the wrong one. When we aren’t able to get the information we need from the questions we ask, there’s room for improvement in the way we pose our questions. Asking the right questions can improve
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Mistakes We Make When Looking for Job Mentors

Job mentors make it much easier to identify the steps you need to take to get where you want to be in your career. Being able to tap into their experience – in hindsight – is invaluable and can make all the difference in the world when it comes to
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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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How to Zone out and Take a Break After Work

Even during this time of year, when Summer Fridays and vacations are abound and many offices are reputed to have less stressful environments, the desire to zone out after a work day still exists. Stepping away from work related stress can be wonderful for your health and can help keep
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The Essential Healthy Habits for Working Moms

When you hear the word “mom” you get a clear picture in your head of what a mom is. Strong, tough and nurturing. Someone that puts your needs above their own. After all, moms do it all. And when you hear the words “working mom” this image gets kicked up
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Rory Vaden Discusses the Perfect Accompaniment to The ONE Thing on Next Week’s Webinar

In The ONE Thing, we give you tools like the Focusing Question and Goal Setting to the Now to determine what you should focus on to achieve your ultimate goal. But what happens to the things in your life you’ve decided not to focus on? Join Jay Papasan in the
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Kick Bad Spending Habits to the Curb

Charlotte Savoy fell from super successful small business owner to a half-million dollars in debt, and quickly realized the only way to survive was to change her spendthrift ways. “When you have a really high level of success and you go from a salaried administrative type of job, where you’re
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