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Give Yourself Credit for What You’ve Already Done
A Life List isn’t only about what you want to do, you can also list what you’ve already done. Completed goals—whether you planned them or not—can be instructional and inspirational.
The Positive Side of Rejection
How to use life’s reversals to learn, improve and grow.
Complete a Task Today—No Matter How Small
Your brain will thank you for a job well done.
Have a Dream of Your Own
I’ve found that if you have a dream first and then achieve it you’re more willing to tolerate hardships and face challenges.
Strike up a Great Conversation
Studies show that many people feel uncomfortable when faced with a room full of strangers. Don Gabor’s book How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends provides tips on how to break the ice and start a conversation in person and online.
Stress Management for Teens
A recent Teen Stress Survey found that teens are stressed by school, family problems, dating and relationships.
Join a Group and Get Help with Your Goals
Groups are a wonderful source of support, encouragement and useful information
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.
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