Tag Archives: success

Why an Eye for Results is the Way to Succeed

When it comes to learning or forming new skills or habits, results are ultimately what matters. This isn’t to say that the “journey” of the learning process doesn’t matter. But let’s face it: if you’re not seeing some results along the way, no matter how small, you get discouraged. Who likes futility, right? What we’re […]
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Fight Back Against Work-Related Stress

It’s time to make work more than just a dirty four-letter word. Unfortunately, many of us are still laboring under outdated views left over from 20th century ideologies, which amount to the following demonic equation: work = suffering. A Puritanical work ethic makes many of us work too long and stress too much. Ironically, this […]
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How to Make a Heroic Stand for Your Business

Bullies exist in a myriad of forms and situations. From petty playground bullying to haters making fun of your life choices, there are critics that relish the chance to attack others, and your business is no exception. If you run a startup or have a new business, you have to make a stand for your […]
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Simple Ways to Reclaim Time for Your Hero’s Journey

One of the biggest challenges of changing your life is finding the time to do it. There always seems to be a million and one things you need to do before change can happen. Standing in your way are the seemingly constant distractions, interruptions, and responsibilities our modern world throws at you. But let’s be […]
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Follow Your Bliss, Benefit the World

Too many of us are convinced early in life that our dreams are impossible to achieve, and our creative processes are of no consequence to the world. I argue that this is a fallacy born of fear and self-doubt. People can sometimes slip into a “misery loves company” mindset, and deride the success of others […]
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Why (and How) to Celebrate Personal Development Milestones

“I celebrate myself, and sing myself…” – Walt Whitman, Song of Myself Human beings have always had rituals to commemorate important communal events, major life events, and even the passage of time itself. Marking milestones in your personal development should be no different. Making a “big deal” of your accomplishments helps to cement the significance […]
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