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Tap Into Spirituality to Enjoy Abundance with Cathy Heller

Tap Into Spirituality to Enjoy Abundance with Cathy Heller

By Jill McDonnell / June 28, 2022 /

It’s a critical structure for executive function, or our ability to attend to ourselves, focus on our tasks and think flexibly, among other things.

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10 Peace-Seeking Reasons to Let Go of Your Worried Thoughts

10 Peace-Seeking Reasons to Let Go of Your Worried Thoughts

By Paul J. Meyer / June 28, 2022 /

Worrying is a downward spiral that focuses on the negative and why things cannot be done versus why things can be done.

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Elena Cardone Is Never Neutral

Elena Cardone Is Never Neutral

By Cecilia Meis / June 28, 2022 /

Cardone does believe women can build their own version of an empire, but the oversold idea of balance is a filtered image of reality.

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Build Your Career and Life with Lessons from ‘The Internship’

Build Your Career and Life with Lessons from ‘The Internship’

By Alex Stevens / June 23, 2022 /

As you push forward in your career and life, you’re almost certain to encounter a setback or failure that was a long time in the making but completely unknown to you. Unlike the scenarios Alanis Morissette describes in her classic song, that’s ironic. 

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My Grandmother Taught Me My Greatest Life Lesson

My Grandmother Taught Me My Greatest Life Lesson

By Denis Waitley / June 23, 2022 /

I learned from my grandma that the seeds of greatness are not special genes, dependent on the gifted birth, the inherited bank account, the intellect, the skin-deep beauty, the race, the gender or the status

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Overcoming the ‘Burden of Potential’ with Laura Gassner Otting

Overcoming the ‘Burden of Potential’ with Laura Gassner Otting

By Alex Lindley / June 22, 2022 /

It took two months and 32 blood tests before it was confirmed: Otting had a rare autoimmune disease that affects just a few hundred people in the U.S. It had no specific treatment and no specific cure. 

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No Matter How Busy, Why You Should Always Make Time for Brainstorming

No Matter How Busy, Why You Should Always Make Time for Brainstorming

By Karima Mariama-Arthur / June 22, 2022 /

Stepping away from the day-to-day routine to brainstorm helps churn out fresh ideas, evaluate options and make good decisions.

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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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Get Out of Your Way with Allyson Byrd

Get Out of Your Way with Allyson Byrd

By Jill McDonnell / June 14, 2022 /

Ask yourself what your parents did for a career, and what success meant to them. Unlocking the answers to these questions can unlock understanding about what you want, and perhaps why your parents’ definition of success might be considered mild compared to your own.

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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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