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A Quick Tool for a More Productive Workweek

January 27, 2015
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Today’s video will teach you a tool that I use almost every morning before I get to work. It helps me to be more productive, more efficient, and increases the amount of pride I feel (because it supports me in accomplishing hard things). From The Tools , by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels. 1. Focus on […]

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A Guided Look at the Big Picture of Your Money

January 20, 2015
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I’m a big fan of stepping back every now and again to take a look around at different aspects of life. Increased awareness leads to increased insight, which can help us to take productive action. Today I’d like you to look at the big picture of your money, with the hope that this will lead […]

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How to Re-Connect to Your Inner Compasses

January 13, 2015
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At times busy periods at work can leave us disconnected from what we’re feeling and what we need. Learn how this happens, the effect it can have on us, and how to re-connect to your inner knowledge in today’s video. Bonus Note! I’m running my top-notch Energize Your Workweek Challenge next week with a new […]

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Are You Falling for This Career Myth?

January 6, 2015
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Originally posted on GoGirl Finance on December 10th. Amber decided that she wanted to be a paleontologist shortly after a grade school field trip to a museum. During that trip she watched with utter fascination as a visiting lecturer described the process of uncovering fossils to better understand other eras of life on earth. Her […]

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Reflecting on 2014

December 30, 2014
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As 2014 draws to a close you may find it useful to set aside a little time to reflect on how your year has gone. I’ve been doing this for the past few years, and I enjoy the opportunity to pause and consider the prior months. Many times there are events or accomplishments that I’ve […]

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