Goal Setting: Take Small Steps To Actually Follow Through

By Karen Cordaway Goal setting can be hard. You might’ve been told to put away money for an emergency, join the gym or go on a new fad diet. If for whatever reason you’d rather listen to fingernails scratching on an old school chalkboard, try to find something that speaks to you and fits your […]

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Three Smart Ways To Set Personal Goals

By Tamlyn Canham Half the year is officially done and dusted, which means you should have made some major progress as far as your goals for 2017 are concerned? Sadly, according to data released by the Statistic Brain Research Institute,  less than 10% of people who set personal goals at the beginning of the year, actually end up […]

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How To Create Time To Achieve Your Goals

By Itunuoluwa Adebo We all use this excuse, over-flogged and almost downright cliche. “I don’t have time, I haven’t had time”. Do you ever look at the people you admire and all the amazing things they seem to achieve in the same 24 hours that you have, you can’t help but ask just how did […]

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5 Powerful Exercises To Increase Your Mental Strength

By Amy Morin Psychology often discusses mental health — but what’s not often discussed is a clear definition of mental strength. To me, mental strength means that you regulate your emotions, manage your thoughts, and behave in a positive manner, despite your circumstances. Developing mental strength is about finding the courage to live according to […]

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How to Prioritize, Pursue Goals, and Focus When You Have Many Interests

By Antoine Ribordy “A man who limits his interests, limits his life.” ~Vincent Price I can’t stay still. As a kid, I ran around, misbehaving, climbing everywhere—I was a nightmare for my parents, teachers, and anyone who had to take care of me. One year, my behavior assessment report at school stated: “Leaves a lot to […]

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How to Use Visualization to Achieve All of Your Goals This Year

By Mirel Ketchiff You know that athletes use visualization to give themselves an edge and calm their nerves before a big competition. (Remember #PhelpsFace from the Olympics?) “When you imagine yourself performing a task, your muscles contract as though you’re actually doing it. The contractions are so small, you can’t feel them, but it’s enough to […]

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