You’re Burnt Out, Now What?

Burnout is real. People get tired, and sometimes, we don’t want to even look at the things we absolutely love. It can happen to the developer, the musician, the writer, or someone who worked their way up from part-time bagger to superstore general manager. Burnout doesn’t adhere to industry, but
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Communicate Your Core Values and Unlock Understanding

While many of our holiday plans look different this year, our desire to connect with others remains the same. However, despite our best intentions, connecting can sometimes be difficult. We have that sibling we just don’t understand, the child going through new changes, or the partner who doesn’t fully understand
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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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work-life balance

66 Day Challenge: Stressed at Work, Absent at Home – and Failing at Both

Instead of eating dinner with your family, you find yourself hunched over your desk slurping soup once again. A project you had worked overtime on last week needs revisions before it passes the executive sniff test, but instead of focusing on work you keep thinking about how much you can
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Be Part of the 12

The success of your New Year’s Resolutions relies on building one habit at a time. Eighty-eight percent of all New Year’s Resolutions fail. In fact, time management firm FranklinCovey found that more than a third of us won’t even make it to February. It’s no wonder the top-10 resolutions repeat
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3 Tips to Avoid Burnout While Working From Home

If you worked remotely before everyone had to learn how to do it, you know that there is a difference between remote work—working outside of the office with the ability to send kids to daycare or go to a coffee shop—and working from home while during quarantine. Stuck in your
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Ways to Alleviate Stress in Your Office Space

Though it’s common to feel stressed after a long day of work (or even from simply thinking about work), it’s an unhealthy way to live our day to day lives. Recent studies from the American Psychological Association have emphasized the negative effects of stress on everyday health. Research has found
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How Harnessing the Right Mindset Can Help You Overcome Frustrating Obstacles

When we’re hard at work on our ONE Thing we’ll inevitably come across an obstacle so large and powerful it leaves us completely frustrated. In that moment, instead of giving up, it’s important to recognize that just beyond the roadblock is something valuable. It may be difficult to see at
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The Relationships that Everyone Needs in their Network

If you’re starting a business, wanting a raise, looking for a new career or just wanting to up your game, you’ll need to increase the value of your network. The ONE Thing author Gary Keller has believed in this concept his entire life.  As he explains in his course Quantum
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What It Looks Like When You Set Goals Together with Wendy and Jay Papasan

There are points in life that inextricably change your priorities. For Wendy and Jay Papasan that change came in the form of their children. “When we had two really young children,” notes Wendy. “There was probably some kind of disconnect between us and our priorities because we had children. And
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