keller williams 2015 wellness challenge

Now’s the Time to Join our Latest Wellness Challenge

The beginning of a new year often is a great time to set goals and make resolutions. In fact, almost half of Americans set New Year’s Resolutions at the beginning of each year. Here in the office, we’re putting our sneakers on and kicking off the year with another wellness
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Michael Scott’s Surprisingly Valuable Insight into Being a Great Boss

Boss’s Day is almost here, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the occasion than by quoting Michael Scott from the hit show The Office. If you’ve ever watched the show, then you already know how important being a great boss was to the Michael Scott character.
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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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Why a “Culture Fit” Isn’t Always That Great

  “We hire for culture fits.” “Culture fit” is a hot buzzword in today’s hiring and organizational management thought circles. What is a culture fit? There are different definitions out there, but one of the most common definitions is, “does this person think like us and act like us?” Asking
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False Peaks and Rubik’s Cubes: Why Success Doesn’t Mean Being Perfect

Success is messy. There’s really nothing squeaky clean about it. If you’re the type of person who wants to have all of your ducks in a row before getting started, you’re going to have to bear with us. Perfection is sometimes a worthy idea, but when it comes to accomplishing
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Transform Your Toxic Work Environment Today

Being in a toxic work environment can be extremely damaging to your productivity and satisfaction with your work. You’re stressed before you even get to work, you’re constantly defensive and on high-alert, and you can’t relax when you get home because you’re replaying everything that happened that day. The symptoms
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Your Life and the Areas That Matter Most in It

Regrets are goals that were never attempted to be met. They are opportunities that were never taken. And, they’re a result of living without focusing on what matters most in life. If we had an infinite amount of time we might eventually get around to everything, but unfortunately that’s not
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5 types of doodling

Doodling is Good for Your Noodle

Doodling has long been viewed as a sign of inattention and slacking off. Many people walk out of meetings and seminars with notebooks full of simple drawings thinking that the silly picture in the corner is all they retained from the discussion. But don’t despair, dear doodlers! Recent research has
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How to Get You or Your Company Involved within Your Community

Do you want to reduce stress, build your skillset and help your fellow man in one fell swoop? Then volunteering should be your ONE Thing. Simple acts of kindness are highly beneficial for our own wellbeing. But what’s even better is that the people you help are more likely to
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Cheers to Cyber Monday’s “a latte success” Special

It’s that time of year, and no doubt you’ve been even busier than usual – cooking for 17, constantly cleaning muddy footprints, fighting the crowds for that $1-off deal, and wrapping this year’s numbers to inform your 2014 business plan in between. Don’t you just want to curl up with
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