ONE Thing Means No Regrets

Life is too short to pile up woulda, coulda, shouldas. That’s the message Gary wanted to set the stage with when he invited two-time Grammy Award Winner Pam Rose to kick off his recent presentation of new book The ONE Thing in Dallas. “A life worth living might be measured
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Tips for Filing Your Taxes on Time

We know you’re probably trying not to think about it, but April means ONE Thing for businesses – tax season. April 15th is fast approaching, and if you haven’t started your taxes yet now is the time to get on it so you don’t miss the deadline. If you file
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Here’s Why it Pays to Be Late

Today is National Be Late for Something Day. We expect that half of our readers will pump a triumphant fist in the air, while the other half will roll their eyes. It’s important to find what works best for you, and of course, there are benefits to both tardiness and
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Gary Keller’s Key Tips on How to Get a Job Right out of College

Getting a job after graduating from college can feel like an insurmountable task. According to AfterCollege Inc., a company that looks to pair recent college graduates with potential employers, only 17 percent of graduating students in 2014 have jobs lined up after college. If you, a family member or a
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How Louis Braille’s ONE Thing Changed the World

As the next nod in our All Things ONE series we’re connecting the dots between ONE person who spent his entire life focused on ONE Thing – and it changed the world. Louis Braille wasn’t born blind, but an accident while playing in his dad’s workshop took his eyesight at
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Communication Through the Years

Throughout the evolution of the workplace, one constant has stayed the same: the necessity of effective communication. While this concept may seem simple, it’s one that can sometimes be overlooked. But make no mistake, if your workplace doesn’t stay true to form as a place that encourages an ongoing exchange
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Mompreneurs: How Mothers Took Family Issues and Turned Them into Businesses

Most moms are superhuman workhorses that have mastered problem solving, family finances and prioritizing all aspects of life so things flow as smoothly as possible. These entrepreneurial attributes are now helping mothers transform the economy. The Internet has helped make mompreneurship a force to be reckoned with over the last
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Saying ‘No’ Is Worth Your While

How to Make Saying “No” Worth Your While “No” is one of the most powerful words we can use. When we say no to things, we enable ourselves to say yes to our most important things. However, it isn’t easy. For some people, saying no is extremely difficult. It is
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Secrets to Becoming the Most Popular Co-Worker

Whether you work in the one-room office of a startup or the headquarters of an international business, ONE Thing is certain – employee relationships can make or break an office’s productivity. However, keeping office relationships healthy and positive is no easy task, and it gets more difficult as the workplace
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The Strength Sensei Shares His Health Dominoes

Not too long ago, The ONE Thing co-author Jay Papasan hosted a webinar with special guest and accomplished strength coach Charles Poliquin. If you are familiar with the fitness world, you may know him as the Strength Sensei. The accomplished trainer has made a name for himself shaping some of
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