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
Paper planners have immense benefits. From helping us remember things better, to keeping everything in one place, or staying focused on the task at hand, writing down our goals and priorities in a physical planner does a lot of good. Today, we’re showcasing two people who’ve successfully integrated The ONE
One of the most important skills an entrepreneur needs to possess is the ability to make sound decisions. Every choice has an impact that can change the course of a business. Some choices propel you forward while others hold you back from achievement. We’ve all heard the saying, “hindsight is
When we think of what separates millionaires and people who have ‘made it’ from the rest of us, their ability to squeeze the most out of every day and every situation is often top of the list. But success is more often a result of doing the right things.
To aid with the hurricane relief efforts, Gary Keller and Jay Papasan, authors of the million-copy bestseller The ONE Thing, have pledged $50,000 in royalties to the Salvation Army. National Book Network, the trade distributor of The ONE Thing, is placing a $5 hurricane relief sticker on the next 10,000
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
The new year is always an opportunity to reset our diets after a holiday season of indulgent treats, but it’s especially important after a year like 2020. So many variables worked against healthy habits: Stress and uncertainty led many of us to reach for fast, convenient foods or less-than-nourishing treats
Do you love to sleep in? You’re not the only one. While it can feel pretty good to hit the snooze button and stay in bed as the sun shines through your window in the morning, you may justify it by reminding yourself that sleep is essential for your success.
Halloween is upon us and that means things are downright spooky scary. It’s a time of year when we’re testing our limits around what scares us. But really, we should be looking at what scares us year-round. We’re used to thinking about fear as something that helps us identify danger.
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