Category: Self-care & Personal Development

Why Successful Leaders Always Schedule Fitness as Part of Their Routine

It really should not come as a surprise that body fitness plays a vital role in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. In women for instance, frequent exercise can help to not only reduce cholesterol levels, but it also important in enhancing  breast growth and get rid of sagging breasts altogether. Maintaining a healthy body is also proven…
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Four Keys to Surviving Change

One email changed my life. Less than one hundred words set me upon a new course in life. And the lessons that I learned through those has changed me and my home. This past year, I received a letter from the management in my company, notifying all part-time employees that they were no longer eligible…
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Theory of Limited Energy

The Theory of Limited Energy

A few years ago, I was a member in active working mom board on Babycenter, and the topic of time management came up on probably a weekly basis.  One of the women posed the theory of limited energy, which I’ve learned to apply to everything in my life. It was her belief that she has…
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7 Tips for Professional Behavior

 ~by Haley Lynn Gray~  I’ve been more than a little bit surprised by different behaviors of employees – tattling on each other, whining, and one that resulted in a screaming match. I guess you’d say that what I’ve seen is a serious lack of professional behavior. That’s perhaps not how to go about doing business…
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Habit Stacking and Motivation

Habit Stacking for Success Have you ever wished you could get your day off to a better start? Or that you could actually get to bed on time without getting hooked into staring at Facebook for two hours? If so, I get it. And I have an idea that could really change everything for you.…
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6 Signs You Have What it Takes to Be a Great Leader

6 Signs You Have What it Takes to Be a Great Leader

~by Jessica Whitton~ . Being a great leader is nоt a gоаl for mаnу, however, if уоu do want to be one, mаkе sure you hаvе the necessary qualities. Some people hаvе lеаdеrѕhір ѕkіllѕ іn their blood, but nоt аll оf them want tо pursue this as a career. Only one-third оf еmрlоуееѕ think that…
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How Women Can Leverage the Relationships They Build

When it comes to building relationships, it seems that women do it better than anyone else. Most women know what to say to start and maintain a friendship or even a casual acquaintance relationship. Unfortunately, many women stop exactly at this point. They don’t go farther with the relationships in their life. They don’t know…
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Co-Parenting: Putting the Child First

When you and your spouse separate or divorce, you both have experienced a loss. Regardless of why it happened, it is natural to feel sadness, anger, resentment, and regret. Unfortunately, these emotions often manifest themselves in unhealthy coping behaviors and children often get caught in the middle. However, as hard as this separation is hitting…
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Why Pushing Yourself is Essential to Finding Success in Any Area of Life

~by Kara Masterson~ . It has been said that the easy road becomes hard, and the hard one becomes easier over time. For example, this is something that an engineer knows because of work and school, particularly if he or she masters electrical engineering, which is incredibly difficult and requires a good deal of struggle…
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Forget the DIY Divorce — Your Future is at Stake

~by Sarah J. Hink~ . The Internet and technology make it increasingly easy to navigate the world on your own. If you want groceries delivered to your door, there is an App for that. If you want to learn how to repair a leaky faucet, there are dozens of YouTube videos regarding your specific faucet.…
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