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Do You Compare Yourself to Others?
If you are disappointed with your life, shine a positive light on things. And compare yourself to no one but who you were yesterday.
Bouncing Back From Adversity
When you are able to bounce back from stress, it is because of resiliency, writes Jami L. Jones.
The Purpose of Goals--Self Actualization
Every goal completed chips bits and pieces away like a sculptor with a chisel slowly revealing a work of art, my true self.
Real Success Without a Real Job-Book Review
“If you have adopted the traditional model of success, but want to attain success outside the corporation, it’s wise to create your own model,” writes Ernie Zelinski
Plan Your Leisure Time Ahead of Time
Enjoyable leisure time activities don’t just happen by accident. Do your research and plan them in advance.
Where is your courage?
Goal setting and attainment is very much like a recipe. But what if you don’t reach your goals or you have to give something up. Then what?
Assertiveness Tips for the Shy and Introverted
“Over time, and with persistence, you’ll be a shy person who starts conversations,” says Ilise Benun
What are You Looking Forward To?
Having something to look forward to helps you work with a sense of diligence, urgency and purpose.
Speed Date Your Tasks
Variety is the spice of life.
Establish a Power Hour for Your Goals
Here are some tips for establishing and making the best use of your Power Hour.
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