5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Brain

The human brain is the most powerful thing on planet Earth. Despite centuries of research, experimentation and study scientists have only begun to scratch the surface below our skulls. One of the most intriguing and misleading thoughts on brainpower is that humans only tap into about 10 percent of their
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The Power of Staying True to Spiritual Values in the Corporate World

Many of today’s most successful businesses have embraced spirituality, understanding that it can become an essential part of what a corporation is at its core. It’s an identifier that speaks to the values of a brand and what it stands for beyond a product or service. Tapping into spirituality can
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5 Ways to be Ergonomical at Work

Ergonomics. It’s a topic that doesn’t come up much in the workplace despite the fact that it’s the science of optimizing a place, such as your desk, so that everything can be used both easily and safely. It’s also described as the study of people and their working environment, with
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Name Your Fear and Use It to Your Benefit

Fear, anxiety, worry—these things produce negative energy and can prevent us from accomplishing our goals. All too often when we are faced with things that cause us unease, we allow our minds to get mired down, dwelling on the “what ifs”. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There
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The ONE Thing discipline lie

Lie #3: Disciplined Life

If you’ve ever worried that a lack of discipline is holding you back, you’ll be happy to know that being highly disciplined isn’t a requirement for success. Successful people have learned that it’s about managing discipline rather than exercising discipline 24/7. It’s what we call “selected discipline” in The ONE
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10 Books Worth Adding to Your Summer Reading List

Summer is right around the corner, and we could not be happier. Baseball is in full swing, the nights are longer, the drinks are colder, and every day is flip-flop weather. Summer is the best season for taking a long walk or chilling at the beach doing absolutely nothing. From
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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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Why Adults Need Spring Break Too

Spring break isn’t something that only students should take part in. Spring is a time for renewal for everyone and everything. Across the country the weather is warming up and the new buds of the season are beginning to bloom. The outdoors are coming to life and beckoning us to
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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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5 Fitness Podcasts We Can’t Stop Listening To

As you may recall from previous posts, we’re big fans of productivity podcasts. If there’s one topic that’s covered more extensively than how to be more productive, it’s how to be more fit. In The ONE Thing, we talk about how physical health is one of the most important areas
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