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Here’s a Plan to Keep you Going

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Beginning is easy. Continuing is hard.   We love January 1st. It’s a natural boost that we can rely on to get to where we want in life. The problem is that only 8% of people succeed in achieving their new year’s resolution. So the odds are against our innocent hopes of doing something new in our lives. But that doesn’t matter. When the odds are against us, that’s when our best self needs to come out….

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10 Minutes a Day to Change your Life

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Is it possible to do something everyday for 10 minutes that will change your life? There are two important factors to that question: If possible, it would break the assumption that change takes too much time. Anything you teach yourself to do every day is a powerful force of change. Take a Hot Second to Think About Your Life Most people live their lives passively. They just go from one activity to the next, without…

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How to Not Buy Crap You Don’t Need

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Buying stuff feels good. Black Friday is coming, and we wanna help you keep your wallet in your pocket. How do you stop buying crap you don’t need? How do you stop yourself from getting that awesome thing you want? Do you really need it, or is it just an impulse buy? A 2014 Creditcard.com survey found that 75% of Americans had made an impulse buy, with 10% of people spending more than $1,000 on a…

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The Conflict of Change

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Have you ever tried to change anything in your life? Was it easy? Was it fun? Change in our lives, big and small, happens all the time. But just because change is familiar, doesn’t mean it’s easy. Even when you know changing is the best thing that could happen to you, it’s still hard to change. Getting help from a coach or a therapist helps. Friends and family help. We can have all the support…

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How Headlines Can Change your Life

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When I was in middle school one of my teachers told me he could read an entire newspaper in about 5 minutes. I didn’t think that was possible, because I’d seen my dad read his newspaper and it took him about an hour, and I’m sure he didn’t read the gossip column. What was my teacher’s secret? He only read the headlines. At first I thought that was cheating—remember, this happened in the 90’s. Now…

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