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I Am Prosperous!

By Rev. Elise Cowan, M.Div. When I think of prosperity, my mind automatically goes to thanksgiving for the people and things already in my life, and how blessed I am. I haven’t always felt prosperous. In fact, for many years I felt poor, so I was poor. Then I learned one of the spiritual principles…
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How to Set Ambitious and Achievable Career Goals (With Examples)

Brian Lee is Chief of Product Management at Lifehack and also resident communications and coaching guru.  Source: Lifehack.org Taking your work to the next level means setting and keeping career goals. A career goal is a targeted objective that explains what you want your ultimate profession to be. Defining career goals is a critical step…
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How to Make Your Haters Like You

Anna Chui - Anna is a communication expert and a life enthusiast. Having haters is a part of life. Hate comes in a variety of forms and can come from friends, family members, coworkers, classmates, associates and even random internet trolls. Haters are the ugly side of success. If you have anything going for yourself,…
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Razor-Sharp Thinking: the What-Why Method

Dr. Jamie Schwandt Dr. Jamie Schwandt is an American author, statistics professor, TV show host, motivational speaker, lean six sigma master black belt, and a major in the United States Army. Charles Mingus once said, “Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.” As a society, we typically make the…
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Does Dressing for Success Really Work?

Source: Success.com Working remotely comes with a wealth of perks—bosslessness, flexible hours, the ability to work from this Dunkin’ Donuts—but none is better than the dress code. For six years, the ensemble I uproariously call my “work uniform” has been standard Writer Guy: potentially clean jeans, button-up shirt over a probable graphic tee and Vans sneakers.…
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How to Use Criticism to Your Advantage!

Mel Robbins: Success.com Let me guess: Hearing the words, “We need to talk” from a boss, partner or friend sends you into panic mode. If you hate hearing about the things you’ve done wrong and the mistakes you’ve made, you’re not alone. But it’s a catch-22. We don’t like being criticized, but honest feedback is…
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How to Swim With the Sharks

Chris Westfall January 14, 2018 Each year, more than 40,000 businesses vie for approximately 106 spots on a season of the television show Shark Tank. After nine seasons, four Emmys and hundreds of successful business launches, Shark Tank continues to be one of the most popular shows in the country. You know the format: Contestants pitch in front…
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Signs of a Job Burnout: Should I Quit or Not?

Mitchell Labiak In April 2014, Joey Tocnang died of heart failure while he was staying at the dormitory of the casting company where he worked.1 He had a wife and daughter in the Philippines, who he was three months away from seeing. He was 27 years old. How did this happen? Tocnang died because of continued and…
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Do Your Financial Goals Spark Joy?

Stefanie O’Connell Within the confines of my cozy New York City apartment, I’m in a constant battle against clutter. At least once a quarter I get entirely fed up with the routine of storing, shifting and lifting to find whatever I need at the back of my closet. So naturally, Marie Kondo’s best-selling book, The Life-Changing…
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Don’t Share Your Goals With These 3 People

It has been said that the moment we set a goal, we should tell everyone as a means of securing success. That making a commitment to the world will ensure that we have the added pressure to see that goal to completion. But is that always the best approach? Here are a few people who you…
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