66 Days to Reigniting the Spark in Your Marriage

Going after your ONE Thing can put a temporary strain on your relationship. Counterbalancing between work and home life can be complicated, but it’s necessary to keep the most important people and priorities in focus. When you have to put the bulk of your time and energy toward a goal
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A Guide to Reconnecting with People From Your Past

No matter who you are or where you came from, we can agree: 2020 was a doozy. Between a pandemic, remote work becoming the new normal, and a particularly stressful election season, it is understandable that our priorities have shifted toward a state of survival. But that also means we
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how to prioritize

The Kick-Ass Guide to Prioritizing

How often do you get to Friday afternoon, and feel like you achieved almost nothing… even though you had your nose to the grindstone all week? Do you wonder where the time goes every day, leaving you scrambling to get through important work and wishing you had more time for
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Laurel Starks and the Success of the Wellness Challenge

Read The ONE Thing and you’ll agree – the principles surrounding focus are ideal for people looking to improve their physical life. Exercising the tools found in the book, many people leverage our 66-Day Calendar to help them build the right health habits into their daily lives. Some of these
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Why You Don’t Have Time for a Side-Hustle

Buzzwords come and go, but there’s one that we feel has managed to over-stay its welcome the past few years: “side-hustle”. For those who may not know, side-hustles are additional interests we’re engaged in that provide supplementary income. For those who don’t necessarily need that supplementary income, they view their
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The Importance of Learning to Learn

For all the learners out there, a hard truth is standing in the way of your educational progress. You see, the more you learn and the more skills you acquire, the harder it gets to learn more. While practice will improve performance of a specific task, it also moves you
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Kick Bad Spending Habits to the Curb

Charlotte Savoy fell from super successful small business owner to a half-million dollars in debt, and quickly realized the only way to survive was to change her spendthrift ways. “When you have a really high level of success and you go from a salaried administrative type of job, where you’re
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The ONE Thing April Fools

Gary Keller and Jay Papasan Announce Sequel to Best Selling Book, “ONE More Thing”

After hearing from a few publishers overseas that they wanted the translation rights, we thought we should make it clear that this was nothing more than a harmless April Fools joke. It’s been two years since the release of the bestselling book The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth behind
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Groundhog tips for the work environment

Groundhog Day Inspiration for Improving Your Work Environment

Yesterday the under-appreciated groundhog got its annual 15 minutes of fame. These little guys are best known for shadow spotting and wreaking havoc with their burrows, but groundhogs can also teach us a lot about creating a favorable work environment. Four Work Environment Lessons from the Groundhog There are some
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Time Blocking Madness: Why Time Doesn’t Matter Equally

When the clock is ticking down we focus in on every second that passes because each moment matters. If you’ve ever watched a basketball game you’ve seen this in action. A single shot before the buzzer can mean the difference between winning and losing. Every player on the court knows
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