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  • Schedule Your Success: Intentional Time Management

    Schedule Your Success: Intentional Time Management

    Intentional time management: it’s creating good habits by intentionally scheduling your day, and is the number one, simple way to find extra time, and work smarter, not harder. The key is intention otherwise, it’s fantasy time management and you’re at the mercy of other’s needs …

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  • Control impacts success

    The Buck Stops Here: How Your Control Impacts Your Success

    We’ve all heard it: The Buck Stops Here. But would it blow your mind to know that it starts here too? Your control impacts success! What does that mean? It means you have all of the control and power right inside you that you need …

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  • Self-Care Through the Holidays

    Are You On Your List? Self-Care Through The Holidays.

    It’s the MOST wonderful tiiiiiime of the year! We’re busy making lists, checking them twice, socializing and enjoying… we’re VERY busy doing, doing, doing! Many of us go into over-drive making sure this IS (so-help-me-god!) the very most wonderful time of the year – for …

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    Cooking Up Lasting Happiness – A Fool Proof Recipe

    Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions. – Dalai Lama Lasting happiness (along with success) is one of the most sought after feelings in our culture. Drama, negativity, and criticism are easy to find, so much so that the road to …

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    Why Feeling Bad is Oh-So Good

    Have you noticed just how much Americans seek out happiness? It’s a bit of a relentless quest to feel good and content. There are a million different philosophies and self-help books about just how to get there (positive thinking, attitude of gratitude, daily affirmations, vision …

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  • ScaredyCat

    Make Friends With Your Fear: How That Scaredy-Cat In Your Head Can Be Your Happy BFF

    We are so afraid of the unknown – pregnancy (or the child birth part), skydiving, driving narrow and winding roads, big promotions, and first days at school, (go ahead and insert your particular fear here). It’s the newness that makes it all feel daunting. It’s …

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    The Sad Road to Happy: How Opening Pandora’s Box Can Be a Happy Gift

    Ever notice just how much our culture lauds happiness as a virtue? Shiny smiling appearances, personable extroverts – they seem to get the personal and professional rewards. But what if you’re not Little Miss Sunshine? And is that happiness even real? A recent UC Berkely …

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  • Happy

    If You’re Happy and You Know It Go Get Mad: How Anger Leads to Lasting Happiness

    Happiness is The Goal, these days more than ever. Joy, Gratitude, Peace, Happiness… the buzzwords are everywhere. There are funny blogs about them, hilariously crass meditation parodies (warning: not for the easily offended), tongue-in-cheek memes. But it’s not just buzz and parody… there’s actually something …

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  • Creating Happy Connections

    Birds of a Feather: Creating Happy Connections

    Turns out, Barbara Streisand had it right. Well, almost: People. People who need people…are the HAPPIEST people in the world. Lucky, too, it’s true – because the friendships we build offer a sense of belonging, increase our self worth, and give us a feeling of …

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  • Social Support

    Social Support and Health

    It’s no secret that a strong, supportive social circle – even a small one – benefits your mental and physical health. The feel-good chemicals that get released in our brains (oxytocin and dopamine) help to decrease depression, anxiety, and worry. Even better, close, caring relationships …

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