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How To Stop Seeking Approval From Others & Get On With Your Life!

by Vanessa Petronelli | Seeking approval from others is a deep need for many. From the time we are children, we are constantly looking up to our parents, elders, teachers, role models and friends to be accepted and in alignment with others and the world around us. As a result, it creates an internal belief system that we must take on ...

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Need Assistance In Moving Forward? This May Be The Key

by Derek Lovell Curiosity, deep listening, powerful questions and intuition, these are some of the tools used in a coaching session. By being fully present and really listening to what someone is saying, a coach is able to use powerful questions and their own intuition to assist you in understanding any blocks or obstacles getting in the way of your success and ...

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How I’m Able To Work A 4-Hour Workweek & You Can Too

by Tam Hunt | I don’t actually work only four hours a week, but I will describe how I have reached a point where I could work only four hours a week if I wanted to. And that, it seems to me, is enough good news to share in my column. The four-hour workweek concept was popularized by Tim Ferris, now a ...

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How Do We Define Regret?

by Tara | How do we act out regret? If we look a little bit deeper is there any real substance to regret? Or have we all just given so much energy to the judgement of our own experiences that we then spend our entire lives limited due to this idea of “regret” and want the chance to change the past. ...

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10 Things We Should All Say More Often

by Mark DeNicola | There are over one million words in the English language, carrying their own unique meanings and nuances which, when combined in the right ways, can make magic happen. In the newest episode of the CE YouTube series “These Guys,” Joe and I discuss ten things that we feel we should all being saying to one another more often. Whether ...

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5 Powerful ’Brain Hacks’ That Will Rocket Your Daily Productivity & Focus

by Nash Ryker | If you’re like most people, you likely find yourself frequently wishing there were more hours in the day to accomplish all the important things on your To-Do list. It seems like no matter what you do there’s always more and more in life that calls for your attention, while many of the truly important things get put ...

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How To Let Go of What Other People Think About You

by Arjun Walia | One of the biggest problems many of us face today are the opinions and perceptions others have about us. Constantly living our lives according to how others will perceive us holds us back from experiencing true freedom, as well as recognizing and maximizing our full potential and being ourselves. You don’t need anyone’s approval, follow your heart ...

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5 Ways To Boost Creativity When In A Rut

by Ali Washington | No matter what your area of creation is – be it writing, drawing, painting or number crunching –we all create something on a daily basis. Often times we only consider artistic expression as being expressions of creativity, when in reality creativity takes many different forms. Productivity = Creativity I believe that we can think of the words ...

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Why You Should Switch Off The Television & Be Free!

by Andrew Martin | Personal breakdowns may occur throughout our lives, it is the choices we make that ultimately determine how we deal with these experiences. If we have a bad experience, one of two things can happen. We can see the experience as a lesson and a blessing in disguise, or we can see the experience as failure and ourselves ...

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Do What You Love & The Money Will Follow. Here’s Why

by Joe Martino | We live in a society where we are very used to doing something we don’t enjoy for long periods of our life so we can put food on our tables, partially see the world, have material objects etc. and so forth. According to a recent Gallup Survey, 70% of employed Americans either hate their jobs or are ...

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