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When You've Got a Tough…

The tough decision you're facing does have an answer. The key is to put yourself in the best possible frame of mind/heart to receive it. Here are some tips I've found to be helpful. May they help you too. 9 Tips to Make…

21 Things to Stop Feeling…

One of the gifts of getting older is you learn to care less (in a good way) about what other people think. You learn to cut yourself more slack. Next thing you know, you're giving others more slack. What's not to love?…

Lessons in How to Have…

Show me a workplace that hasn't had drama, and I'll show you a consultant who doesn't want to change your logo. But as I learned years ago from the birthday incident, drama doesn't have to have the last word. And it…

How One Minute Can Make…

Okay. What I’m about to suggest may sound sort of heavy—until you try it. Once you do, you might find it helps you break through mental roadblocks, become even more decisive, and add a pep to your step. The One-Minute…

Could Your Motivation Use…

I don't know about you, but I've always found "resolutions" sort of heavy—like practicing piano scales or going in for a root canal. So I came up with 5 Ultimate Reminders to help us all boost our motivation without the…

The Problem With a…

Have you ever had a friend who understood you even better than you did yourself? Years ago, I was lamenting to my friend Ginna about someone I adored yet whom I also found sort of insufferably cheery. Ginna smiled and…

Better Decisions Without…

Anytime you're facing tough decisions, reach for these 7 proven tools—not only are they free, they will lighten your load and light your way. Take a hike. Ever notice how much better you feel after spending time…