How to Tackle Our Wacky Holidays and Still Feel Connected

There’s no question about it. The holidays feel weird this year. Usually, the thought of the holiday season approaching brings a calendar chock full of fun activities, festive gatherings and even a dreaded family obligation or two. But in a year like no other, our calendars feel sparse and empty.
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Show Your 66-Day Strength

So, you’re taking the challenge? Why not scream it from the virtual mountain tops?! Whether you’re focused on improving your physical or spiritual health, or you’re nailing down financial or business goals, My ONE Thing goal tracker will get you there. It’s a free and easy way to track your
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Handling Toxic Team Members with Kenny Rodgers

When it comes to hiring, there are a number of qualities to consider in candidates, but we typically focus on personal productivity. Before we make an investment in someone, we want to know that we’re going to be getting the most bang for our buck. However, according to a 2015
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RESET Your Goals and RESET Your Future

As one year closes and another begins, new year’s magic has a way of rushing in and showing us the future through rose colored glasses. Maybe it’s the fireworks, the choir of strangers singing Auld Lang Syne, or perhaps the midnight kiss that helps us think big and make brave
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Staving off the Boredom of Success

When I was five, I was convinced I wanted to be a model. As an adult who generally eschews trying on new clothes (thank you internet) or talking to strangers, I find this younger version of myself entirely perplexing. In what world would being a model be even remotely fun?
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Tips on Time #3: Being Comfortable With Free Time

The pandemic has turned many of us into social astronauts. At least, according to podcaster Bim Adewunmi. In a recent This American Life episode, Bim compares herself to an astronaut in space. She doesn’t have a partner, children, family members, roommates or even a pet nearby. She commutes to a
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How to Make Time for the Dinner Table and Why It Matters to Your Children

Family meals were once a daily tradition in American households. But in recent years families, have gotten out of the habit of eating together. Researchers say that dinnertime is far from obsolete, and it’s beneficial for everyone at the table. Reports from various sources have found that family dinner provides
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How Harnessing the Right Mindset Can Help You Overcome Frustrating Obstacles

When we’re hard at work on our ONE Thing we’ll inevitably come across an obstacle so large and powerful it leaves us completely frustrated. In that moment, instead of giving up, it’s important to recognize that just beyond the roadblock is something valuable. It may be difficult to see at
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Creating a Team of Superheroes in Your Business

Going into the office doesn’t have to be a drag. In fact, every day is a new opportunity to dust of our capes, team up, and let our gifts and abilities shine. The truth of the matter is, teamwork can be empowering. Everyone is great at something. By leveraging everyone’s
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Wildrooting Out the Truth

A Look Into the Research Process for The ONE Thing Here at The ONE Thing, all we do requires a lot of research. After reading a one-star review about a questionable quote from our book, we took a look at some of our past work, which led us to Princeton,
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