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My Best Friend Died 3 Years Ago—This Is What Her Life Continues to Teach Me About Accomplishment

By Cecilia Meis / June 20, 2022 /

She embodied the idea that success is less about personal accomplishment and more about those you help along the way—like, perhaps, a directionless 21-year-old.

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The Feel-Good Revolution with Brittany Driscoll

The Feel-Good Revolution and Bringing Your Whole Self to Work with Brittany Driscoll

By Jill McDonnell / June 14, 2022 /

When people are allowed to live fully in their genius zone and not just tick off responsibilities, that’s how you get to their whole self.

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The Real ‘Holy Grail’ and Other Lessons from ‘The Da Vinci Code’

The Real ‘Holy Grail’ and Other Lessons from ‘The Da Vinci Code’

By Alex Stevens / June 9, 2022 /

The Romans adopted Christianity as the state religion in 313 A.D., and just under 1,700 years later, The Da Vinci Code hit theaters. A lot happened between those two temporal waypoints, but both events had some big effects on the Western intellectual tradition that has emerged since the time of Jesus Christ.  Of course, we’re…

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What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Anything

By Chris Widener / June 7, 2022 /

What separates the successful from the unsuccessful, is the ability at very crucial moments, to choose to find the inner motivation that will enable us to conquer our complacency and move on in action.

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7 Tips for Transforming Passion into Profit on Social Media with Sean Cannell

7 Tips for Transforming Passion into Profit on Social Media with Sean Cannell

By Rae Fitzgerald / June 3, 2022 /

At times, Cannell feels strange about being a pastor who chose to focus on his YouTube career. However, he’s found a way to integrate his faith with his passion for video production.

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‘Love Shows Up for the Losses’ and More Lessons from ‘King Richard’

‘Love Shows Up for the Losses’ and More Lessons from ‘King Richard’

By Alex Stevens / June 2, 2022 /

Here’s what we all need to hear: This is a great movie, and it has a lot to say about personal development, following your dreams and weathering the losses. You know the drill by now, Rewinders. We’re going to dissect King Richard like no one has before.

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Leaders: Align Work-Life Promise with Work-Life Reality—Here's Where to Start

Leaders: Align Work-Life Promise with Work-Life Reality—Here’s Where to Start

By Bryan Adams / June 2, 2022 /

how can you put your finger on what your culture means to both insiders and outsiders, particularly in the wake of the past 24 months of transition, turmoil and transformation?

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Gabby Bernstein's New Book Explores Addiction, Healing and Building Self-Worth

Gabby Bernstein’s New Book Explores Addiction, Healing and Building Self-Worth

By Gabrielle Bernstein / June 2, 2022 /

My 24-year-old self could never have imagined who I am today. Thankfully she made the right choice to get clean and hold a vision for a better future, for true happiness. A vision of freedom and inner peace.

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Joshua Becker's New Book Explores Everyday Distractions Becoming a Lifestyle—And How to Refocus on the 'Things That Matter'

Joshua Becker’s New Book Explores Everyday Distractions Becoming a Lifestyle—And How to Refocus on the ‘Things That Matter’

By Joshua Becker / June 1, 2022 /

The truth is, the distractions coming from our phones, computers and other electronic devices are far from being the whole problem when it comes to our getting derailed from the things that matter most to us and the world around us. 

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The Power of “And” Can Help You Embrace the Complicated Nature of People

The Power of “And” Can Help You Embrace the Complicated Nature of People

By Cy Wakeman / May 29, 2022 /

Understanding the multiple ways that seemingly contradictory things can be true at once is one of the keys to contentment.

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