3 Ways to Make a ‘Breath Break’ Part of Your Daily Routine

By Shine | February 20, 2019 | 0 Comments

@arinaerish via Twenty20 Heard the term “breathwork” lately? The practice of focusing on your breathing as a way to calm the body and mind is seemingly everywhere, from yoga studios to Goop to wellness influencers’ Instagrams. The idea is that performing a series of breathing exercises can lead to emotional and physical shifts—namely, letting go of stress. Most practitioners…

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10 Bad Habits You Really Need to Break

By Travis Bradberry | February 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

The self-control required to develop good habits (and stop bad ones) serves as the foundation for a strong work ethic and high productivity.

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What Creative People Know About the Importance of Boring Routines

By Katherine Fusco | February 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Make creativity automatic and reap the rewards of routine.

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How to Create a Bulletproof Morning Routine

By Michael Pietrzak | February 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

Benefit from my 7-year-long experiment with early morning adventures.

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Is your money working for you? More important, is it working for the betterment of others? That’s the question that Brian Kaminer, the founder of Talgra, a…

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By jjimenez | February 15, 2015

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By Jason Dorsey | February 15, 2015

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By Josh Ellis | February 15, 2015

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By jjimenez | February 14, 2015

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By Patty Onderko | February 14, 2015

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