In 1993, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen had a goal: to get their book Chicken Soup for the Soul to the top of The New York Times bestseller’s list.  They sought out the advice of 15 best-selling authors (including John Gray, Ken Blanchard and Scott Peck), but as helpful as their advice was, Canfield and Hansen […]
Perhaps one of life’s biggest frustrations can be something that seems obvious to us may not always be obvious to someone else. Maybe that is why toddlers go through the “terrible twos” – they are simply the manifestation of their...
By Leo Babauta Too often we let ourselves be ruled by our moods — which leads to procrastination, a lack of exercise, eating poorly, constant online distractions, and more. Mood is a poor indicator of whether you should do something.
January is a popular time to set goals. In my last blog I wrote about why we need more than just motivation to make our goals a reality. We need to get inspired about the business we are creating. Getting inspired means going beyond conventional goal setting techniques and crafting a vision based onvalues.
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