A Cost Benefit Analysis of Growth: How Saying No Can Save You

It feels good to say yes. Yes to new opportunities. Yes to helping with a project. Yes to going to a party. Yes — just to be polite. But we often forget saying yes to something inevitably means saying no to something else. This fact is particularly important when we
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9 Wealth Building Books You Can’t Miss

In a recent ONE Thing webinar, Jay Papasan paired up with businessman and technology innovator Ben Kinney to mastermind on wealth building. During the discussion, three investing priorities were covered: giving, people and business. By focusing our investments in what we give, in the people we surround ourselves with and
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Gary’s Favorite Gift for Millennials

If you know about Gary, you know he’s an avid reader. He even has a bookshelf in his office displaying his favorite business books. And when he finds a book he loves, he not only devours every page of it, but also gifts it in spades. So what is Gary
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The ONE Thing in Action: Bring Purpose to Your Personal Life

Entrepreneur Jason Hardy has been focused on how to build a successful business since before he could drive. But, he says it wasn’t until reading The ONE Thing that he realized zeroing in on the personal buckets in his life was the game changer. Before The ONE Thing, Jason oftentimes
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Don’t Let Negativity Take Over! Fight It with These 3 Questions

Mind over matter. Put your mind to it. Believe it and you will achieve it. There are a lot of sayings connected to thinking your way through a challenge. So why is it that so many of us let our negative thoughts get in the way of progress? Some neuropsychologists
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Are You on Hugging Terms with Your Employees?

Today is Hug Your Boss Day. While it is a wonderful gesture, the unofficial holiday may feel like more of a good idea than a practical one for some employers and supervisors. The employee/employer relationship is extremely complex. There’s the personal aspect, which is present in any relationship, but there’s
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How to be Productive in the Office

We often think of the office as a safe haven when it comes to productivity, but that’s not always the case. Just because you’re in the office doesn’t mean you’re going to be productive, especially in today’s world. Open office environments, offices that resemble broom closets, and shared desks are
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The Path to a Spiritual Health Mentor

This month we’re moving our mentor attention from the physical to the spiritual. While the rewards may not seem as tangible, gains in your spiritual health have profound effects on all facets of your life. And that’s not news. We humans have sought guidance from spiritual leaders – the courageous
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Ways to Show Your Support During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

One person on their own faces significant odds when fighting breast cancer. But together, we know we can achieve more to overcome this deadly disease. For that reason, doctors, researchers, patients, caregivers, friends, family and perfect strangers give their all during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. For the last 30 years
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66 Day Challenge Tip #1: Set Bigger Goals, Focus on Smaller Habits

We are the sum of our habits. Behind our success and failures is a collection of routines that powers our results. And while many of these routines are built unconsciously, the ones that we build with intention can propel us toward extraordinary success. This is where taking a 66 Day
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