Creating New Year’s Resolutions That Work For All Of Us

It's not only a New Year but a New Decade: Even-more reason to be out with the old and in with the new- New Year’s Resolutions are part of this hoopla - and can be effective mapping strategies for inspiring...

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Psychology Blog: How to be Intentionally Kind

Thanks. Giving. There’s now a company that can input your age, gender, and health specifics and then accurately predicts your longevity. The data is programmed into a smartwatch to assist you in counting down the years, weeks, and days until...

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Success means knowing the difference between who we are and what we do

On most mornings, thoughts of work, errands, and chores stir me awake: To Do lists snap me from my slumber and toward a full day's worth of duties and tasks. My mind "goes there" out of habit and a...

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Mentors: Use Wisely

Mentors: Use Wisely Wisely seeking guidance from knowledgeable and kind mentors can build winning self-esteem and predicate impactful careers. I've had the privilege of interacting with a range of noteworthy individuals during my life and career: Mentors whose contributions have helped shape me...

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Training for Emotional Achievement

Training for Emotional Achievement Our lives can be overshadowed by our negative thinking. Endlessly looping about what went wrong, why it went wrong and who's to blame for it going wrong can replace our fun with frustration. Over time and left...

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Finding the courage to be a limitless thinker

Finding the courage to be a limitless thinker Take Note A torn-out horoscope lives on my refrigerator door between a snapshot of super-dog Joey and my gym's class schedule. It reads: Many of us believe we are being appropriately discerning by "judging...

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