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Think Big with Coach Gladys Anderson
“Thinking big is subjective at best,” says Gladys Anderson, author of Master the Genie Within: Uncover, Embrace and Celebrate the Real You. “Big for one person may be something entirely different for another. It depends on individual desires and goals.”
Many of our goals appear so big we get overwhelmed thinking about the long road ahead. One of the keys to achieving a big goal is to think small.
Three Good Habits I Learned From Motherhood
Being a parent adds at least 20 hours of work to your week. The good news is that as your available time goes down, your efficiency goes up. Below are three great time saving habits I developed when I became a mom.
Three Surprising Time Saving Tips
Don Aslett urges readers to change a few behaviors and habits. Making these changes will not only make you a super producer as Aslett contends, you’ll also be a better person overall.
Three Ways to Change Limiting Beliefs
What limiting beliefs are you holding on to? These perpetual negative beliefs serve no good purpose. In fact they are downright hazardous. Below are a few of the techniques for taming those limiting beliefs for good. Conclusion of a two-part article.
Time management is never really part of the job description, yet it’s an unwritten requirement—that is if you want to have a life outside of the job.
Tips for Using Fresh Produce Before it Goes Bad
One of your top priorities is most likely your health and eating a proper diet. But how many times have you gone on a fresh fruit and vegetable haul only to have some of the produce wither away? Below are some tips to help you avoid wasting your food and your money.
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.”
To-Do List Tricks
Create an acronym for re-occurring items on your to-do list.
“To get to happiness, or anywhere else, you’ve got to decide what you really want, and then put your energy where it will do the most good,” writes Richard Koch
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