How to Recover from a Stressful Election

Just so we’re all clear, this post was written before election week. We don’t know who won, who’s winning, or what’s happening after Election Day. But, we’ve survived enough elections to know that a few outcomes are given: about half of us are excited and the rest are somewhere along
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5 Shocking Mistakes That Sabotage Your 66-Day Challenge®

Creating a new habit or getting rid of a bad one is no easy feat. It takes a remarkable amount of commitment and willpower to keep repeating or forgoing the same task until it becomes habitual. When you embark on your 66-Day Challenge® that part is well understood. What isn’t expected
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The ONE Thing That Made the First Thanksgiving Possible

In elementary school, many of us are taught the story of the first Thanksgiving that took place between the Pilgrims and Native Americans. In 1621, the men of Plymouth enjoyed a three-day feast with members of the Wompanoag tribe to celebrate the Pilgrims’ successful harvest and to solidify a treaty
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Dear ONE Thing Readers, This Blog is a Distraction

Let’s face it, you’re addicted. We all are. We’re addicted to the new way of doing things. The quicker we do things, the faster we receive information, the better. But at what cost? What do we miss out on when we opt to read a “Top 5 ____, You Won’t
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40% of Americans Forgot Something Important in 2017, Don’t Be One of Them!

Nearly 40 percent of American workers didn’t take a vacation this past year. And that’s abysmal. It’s financially and physiologically irresponsible to spend a year without a vacation. Lost vacation days means lost money. Workers forfeited 222 million of their 658 million unused vacation days. That translates to a loss
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The 10 Rules to Follow for Happy and Productive Work at Home

Working from home can be great for productivity. You don’t have to deal with traffic. Healthy food, outdoor space and other comforts are close by. Many people, including the author of this New York Times  article, note this rise in productivity, particularly for workers without children. Being removed from the
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Taking Personal Days to Become a Better Team Player

A frazzled employee is a stressed out employee. A stressed out employee is an unhappy employee. And an unhappy employee is unlikely to be very excited to take on a new project or be very productive in the process. The cure? Research suggests employees should take more time off of
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3 Types of People You Need in Your Life to Achieve Counterbalance

Trying to juggle work, family and a social life can feel like a never-ending struggle.  Mostly because attempting to balance is never-ending.  When we try to balance everything equally we can’t focus enough on any one ball that’s up in the air, leaving us stuck in the middle ground between
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Overcome High Overhead with a Temporary Workspace

When we’re young we learn the importance of sharing. That virtue (hopefully) sticks with us for life, but there are a lot of things that we don’t immediately bucket into the “share” list. Our desk is usually one of them. One of the latest trends in business is temporary office
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Learn How to Incorporate Positive Habits into your Life with Lewis Howes

We often set goals intended to improve our lives, but what do we need to do to truly transform them? Thanks to the next installment of The ONE Thing webinar series set to take place on Wednesday, October 28th, we’ll have a better idea of where to start. Jay Papasan
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