It’s Time for a Social Media Reset

If you Google “social media addiction”, you’ll receive over 33 million relevant hits. Among them, you’ll find articles like “12 Signs that you’re Addicted to Social Media”, “Social Media Addiction is a Bigger Problem Than you Think”, “6 Ways Social Media Affects Our Mental Health”, and “What I Learned In
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How To Take Your Goals to the Finish Line Using the 411

If you were born before 1995, you probably remember directory assistance and information services. By dialing 4-1-1 on your phone, you’d have access to a database filled with addresses and telephone numbers that you could use to help you get into contact with anyone you wanted to. Overtime, the number
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Where Does the ONE Thing for your Physical Health Rank?

The desire to stay physically fit and healthy has existed since the beginning of time. Long before we donned sneakers or special exercise gear, the ONE Thing for many was their physical wellness. Case in point? The Olympic Games, the pinnacle event for physical fitness and athleticism, is an idea
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An Anniversary Special…From Us!

This April is the third anniversary of the publication of The ONE Thing. And like other notable events in history, we like to celebrate by giving gifts to mark the important milestone! To celebrate three wonderful years shared with you, our dear reader, we are offering you a special. That’s
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TOT Webinar with Jay Papasan and John O’Leary

We’re heading into this month’s webinar series in full stride with ONE Thing co-author Jay Papasan and bestselling author of On Fire,John O’Leary. When John was nine years old, a tragic event involving gasoline and matches caused a devastating house fire that almost consumed him. The mortality rate for severe
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Why You Shouldn’t Go to Work Today, And What You Should Do Instead

The sun is up, the birds are chirping and it’s time for you to get ready for another work day. But you’re still sleepy, you’re feeling overwhelmed, and you can’t seem to shake the fog in your head. Let’s face it: work sucks – all of your energy, that is.
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multitasking is a lie

Lie #2: Multitasking Increases Productivity

Would you rather do ONE thing well or do numerous things poorly? If you are a multitasker, it’s a question that needs to be asked. The idea of multitasking as an acceptable way of getting multiple things done at once has become so mainstream that busy people have bought into
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RESET: It’s Never Too Late to Plan Your Year

It may seem like January was just yesterday, but the reality is June is on the horizon. If you find yourself looking at the middle of the year wondering where all that time went, you’re not alone. In fact, it’s perfectly normal to feel like time got away from you
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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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4 Reasons Why Your Facebook Friends Aren’t as Happy as They Seem

There’s no denying that social media has made a huge impact on our society. It’s changed the way we share information, communicate and make connections. Social media use has become so prominent that it’s inspired a number of psychological studies into how and why people use it. Facebook has noted
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