Finding the Best Way of Doing Things

The best you can do and the best something can be done are two entirely different things. It’s a concept that goes right back to the old saying, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” Simply defaulting to how we know to do something doesn’t mean we’re doing
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The 10 Rules of Building Wealth

Dealing with the financial circle of our lives can sometimes feel overwhelming. Whether we’re looking to invest in the stock market (and what does it have to do with Game Stop?) or interrogating our spending habits so that we can reach a savings goal, there can be a lot of
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3 ONE Thing Lessons Straight from The Twilight Zone

Staring at the end of a long, dark tunnel, you notice a glimmer of light. An important milestone on your path toward success has come within your sights. You run toward the achievement you’ve been waiting for, coming closer, and closer with each stride until it’s within your reach and—ZAP!
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The Secret to Retaining the Employees That Matter Most

If it seems like your employees may have one eye on the door, chances are, you’re right. Only a quarter of employees say they are very satisfied in their jobs. The low-levels of engagement across the board present a pricy problem for future businesses. Keeping your business or team fully
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10 Healthy, Attainable Resolutions You’ll Actually Keep

It’s that time of year when roughly half of the American population makes resolutions they very likely won’t keep. We have good intentions when we make these resolutions, but it’s far too easy to fall into our old habits. In fact, only 8 percent of people wind up following through
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Forget the Ribbon, Use These Proven Strategies to Upgrade Your Memory

We remember the way our kitchen smelled on Christmas fifteen years ago. We can remember the shoes we wore in the first grade and every lyric to theme of Family Matters. So why doesn’t our memory hold up when we need it the most? That’s a question for the century
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work-life balance

66 Day Challenge: Stressed at Work, Absent at Home – and Failing at Both

Instead of eating dinner with your family, you find yourself hunched over your desk slurping soup once again. A project you had worked overtime on last week needs revisions before it passes the executive sniff test, but instead of focusing on work you keep thinking about how much you can
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Dear ONE Thing Readers, This Blog is a Distraction

Let’s face it, you’re addicted. We all are. We’re addicted to the new way of doing things. The quicker we do things, the faster we receive information, the better. But at what cost? What do we miss out on when we opt to read a “Top 5 ____, You Won’t
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goal setting

Dating Cheap, the Right Way

Here at The ONE Thing, we write a lot about the importance of keeping your seven buckets full. The seven buckets are the seven areas of your life which, if full, will enable you to live the best life possible. The seven areas include your spiritual life, financials, physical health,
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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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