Lifestyle

Entrepreneurs and Parents

How to Balance Work and Family

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Do you know what busy parents hate? When a single person gives them advice. Trust me, I’ve learned this the hard way. As a coach to hundreds of entrepreneurs who also happened to be moms and dads (as well as single moms and dads), I’ve learned to understand that what ...
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Successful Morning Routine

3 Mistakes NOT To Make In Your Morning Routine

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Mary is a private coaching client of mine. She’s an ambitious, single mom who recently left her corporate job to launch a small business. She’s definitely in “startup mode.” You can probably relate to Mary’s hopes and dreams of becoming financially free and living life on her terms, while building ...
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HR Conflict Resolution

6 Ways to Diffuse Workplace Conflict

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Does this sound familiar? By many measures, you’re a successful start-up. You have fewer than 10 employees, but you’ve been hiring fairly steadily since you launched a year or so ago. If you’re not making a profit, you’re at least breaking even—which is better than most one-year-old startups can say ...
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David Allen - Getting Things Done

David Allen’s #1 Key to Productivity

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The undisputed champion of Getting Things Done (GTD), writer, speaker, and author David Allen is something of an accidental productivity guru. While his early life was, by his own admission, wayward, he stumbled across something that the world had not experienced: a method for managing the clutter in the mind ...
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Noah St. John

Finding AFFORMATIONS with Noah St. John

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Since 1997, Noah St. John has been teaching people how to define—and achieve—success. He has written 14 books, led hundreds of workshops, and spoken to eager audiences all over the world. But this career path didn’t materialize overnight. A poverty-plagued childhood, physical handicap, and professional failure all gave him the ...
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Core Values

How to Create the Core Values that Guide Your Decisions

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This has been a dark week in America. The bad news out of Las Vegas has added complexity and chaos to your already busy life. The world was already full of enough distractions, but this made it even easier to get lost in the dark rabbit hole of the news ...
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Work Focus

5 Ways You Can Improve Your Focus at Work

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Do you struggle to concentrate effectively at work? Are you constantly dealing with interruptions from your co-workers? You’re far from alone. A 2014 survey by Virgin Pulse found that over 54% of respondents cited distractions from other workers as the single biggest drain on their productivity during the working day ...
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Believe in Yourself, Remove Your Ego

How to Master Your Ego and Reach Your Full Potential

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Napolean. Khan. Stalin. Hitler. Alexander the Great. History is littered with leaders who were driven by ego to gain power—and who ultimately landed in ruin. "History is also made by individuals who fought their egos at every turn, who eschewed the spotlight, and who put their higher goals above their ...
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Healthy Entrepreneur

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Stay Healthy During the Grind

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It's no secret that entrepreneurship is extremely demanding. As famed entrepreneur (and founder of General Electric) Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.” Being an entrepreneur is hard work. If you're an entrepreneur, you know what I mean. More than likely, you’re working 10-14-hour days—if not ...
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Emotional Intelligence (conversation)

How to Develop your Emotional Intelligence For Better Communication

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Emotional intelligence—or “EQ”—is one of the most powerful tools for success in life. It's arguably a bigger factor than IQ in determining the success of our relationships. And since relationships are at the core of everything we do in life, it makes sense that EQ would be at the top ...
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