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“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
Track Your Progress
Keep track of your journey with milestones, endings and celebrations.
Transferable skills can help you stay employed even during the toughest of economic times.
Treasure the Ordinary
“Our ordinary routine contains numerous treasures...any number of gifts for our spirit, if only we would allow ourselves to receive them.” --Lewis Richmond
Treat Yourself to a Have Done List
We need reminders that have nothing to do with actually “doing” anything. These lists are like mementos of what we’ve already accomplished or already have. I feel good when I read them. I literally close my eyes and relish each item.
Trimming Down for the Summer?
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Try a Completion Task List
Give yourself credit for everything you’ve accomplished and keep track of where you spend your time
Try on a New Career
Here are some ways to kick the tires before you fully invest in a new career
Try this 10 Minute Productivity Technique
The 10 minute rule not only serves to divide an unpleasant task among several people, it also helps to stave off procrastination. If I know I only have to work on a task for 10 minutes I’m more likely to do it.
Turn Fear of Failure into Positive Energy!
Self help authors Phil Stutz and Barry Michels suggest vigorously seeking out pain, even desiring it, not because we actually want to be hurt, but rather because “when you move toward it, pain shrinks."
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