Making decisions uses the very same willpower that you need to say no to warm Krispy Kreme donuts, another glass of wine, or sending a 1am email rant. The bad news, you only have a limited daily amount of willpower. The good news, we’ve got the skinny on how to conserve it.
More is not always better. Too much planning is nothing but procrastination in disguise. A distraction in a miniskirt. Failure doesn’t come from poor planning – it comes from the timidity to proceed. Here are the 7 things you don’t need more of.
Facing a crisis of confidence? Here’s Tony Coretto’s story of how he found his mojo after facing a business funk, and the concrete steps you can take to succeed as he did.
Melinda Gordon, played by Jennifer Love Hewitt in the Ghost Whisperer, communicates with ghosts who can’t move on because of unfinished business from their past. The obvious message for those of us who don’t get the opportunity to communicate with spirits, is: If you don’t learn from the mistakes of your past, your future will give you more of what you don’t like in your present.
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Who doesn’t want to jump-start their career but finds it demoralizing and difficult to do so? Who doesn’t imagine their resume popping up from a crowded pile? Or even better, […]