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Put Your To-Do List Away for a Day
I can’t function at full capacity without my lists long term, but there are plenty of rewards to reap by putting them aside for one day.
Self-Acceptance for Teens
Being okay with who you are is a skill and like any skill with proper guidance it can be learned.
On the Job Communication Skills for Young Adults
Reading specialist Ellen Kahaner contends that on the job communication skills are quite different from the communication skills we use at home, at school and with friends.
To Do List Magic
“Writing a list can be a secular version of prayer,” states Sasha Cagen. “It’s a way of letting the universe know what you want.”
Pursuing Worthy Goals
The by-product of working toward worthy goals are the lessons you learn along the way.
Design a Schedule and Stick to It!
Many professionals with multiple responsibilities often find themselves unsure of what they should be doing at any given moment. Having a schedule helps you to make those tough decisions.
One Goal at a Time
It is amazing what I can accomplish when I am able to focus on one goal at a time.
Claim Your Victory!
Life is full of pitfalls. Surmount your troubles and claim your prize.
Manage Your Boss's Expectations
Any time you hand in work, there’s a chance that it might get rejected. Try to minimize these occurrences by making sure you and your boss or client are on the same page.
Declare War on Your Challenges
When faced with trouble, I decided that would not peacefully acquiesce. I would instead put on my boxing gloves as Dr. Don Greene suggests in his book Fight Your Fear and Win
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