How to Find Consistency in a Wave of Change

Consistency is critical for success. It creates standards, understanding, and in many cases, benchmarks to compare our results against. That’s why, even in the face of rapid change, it’s important to learn how to move forward while still achieving some semblance of consistency. It might sound somewhat paradoxical — trying
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How Many Tricks Does it Take to Form a New Habit? (One, Two, Three…)

A little while back we wrote a piece about the myth of building a habit in 21 days. We touched on the brain anatomy involved with habit formation and research that showed 21 days isn’t the concrete benchmark for building a habit. In actuality, the average is 66 days, but
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Decision Triage – Invest Time in Critical Decisions and Save Time on Trivial Ones

Every now and then, the advice that sticks is the advice that arrives sideways. It surprises you. I was reading an investing book called Set for Life by my friend Scott Trench, soaking up his wonderfully aggressive advice on saving money. I was underlining passages, taking notes, and filing everything
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Think Outside of Zoom: Ways to Stay Connected Working Remotely

Practically overnight, the majority of the American workforce went digital. Our living rooms became our boardrooms and our pets and children took on “coworker” status. Yet, despite these improvements to the way we work, there’s still a glaring need to connect with others. Our ability to share ideas and files,
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Tips to Revitalize Your Team This Summer

The lazy days of summer are officially here. This means some employees are distracted by vacation weather, while others may become flat-out unmotivated. While research has shown that an increase in sunlight can have a positive impact on some people’s moods, new studies show that heat can have a negative
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Does Your Online Persona Affect Your Job?

We’ve now reached a point where social personas and the professional world just can’t be separated. What you do in your off time doesn’t directly affect your business, but it could have serious indirect implications. That’s why companies are starting to take a harder look at how job candidates present
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Answer Your Deepest Yearning: Dr. Ravi Zacharias Uncovers Spirituality

“You do not HAVE a soul… You ARE a soul… You HAVE a body.” – George MacDonald According to world-renowned spiritual, business and life mentor Dr. Ravi Zacharias, this succinct statement is the constant seen in the human struggle and longing for spiritual fulfillment. Sit with this idea for a
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Transform Fear Into Fuel

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.
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How to Honor Your Core Values

We’ve previously discussed the importance of unearthing core values, particularly when it comes to setting goals. But how do we make time for these values in our daily lives? While it’s easy to sit and outline what your values are, in practice, those values can mean something else altogether. If
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Give Yourself Permission to Fail, Set Yourself Up for Success

As you look back and see last year fading into the rear view mirror, there’s a good chance you’ll realize you’ve failed at some point. If you haven’t, then there’s an even greater chance that you’ve squandered a good opportunity to grow. If you’ve ever caught The ONE Thing author
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