Month: February 2020

Some people come into your life like boosters for a rocket. When rockets go off into space, the boosters fall off when they reach a certain altitude. And just like that rocket, as you reach certain altitudes in your life, not everyone will be able to hold on. So don’t feel discouraged when you start
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Takeaway: All of the information you consume—what you read, watch, and learn—can be divided into three categories: useful information, balanced information, and entertaining information. To think smarter, more clearly, and more intelligently, consume more valuable information—while throwing in some entertaining information, lest you turn yourself into an information-munching robot. Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes, 10s.
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1. Time is the father of truth. This has been the most life-enhancing and eye-opening lesson that I’ve learned in the past twenty-three years of my life. Time has an incredible way of unveiling the truth in any situation. Time reveals intentions. It distinguishes what is good from what is bad. It exposes what is genuine
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Win At All Costs (The Song) Official Music Video – Fearless Motivation    Download or Stream the speech now, on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Music, Deezer, Amazon MP3 and MP3 Download WorldwideWIN AT ALL COSTS (The Song) – Copyright: Fearless MotivationPerformed By: Alpha + Jones 2.0Lyrics and Production by Jones 2.0 + Music Composed by Patrick
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How are organizations acknowledging heightening awareness and evolving understanding of gender, identity, and orientation in the workplace?   For example, are leaders using pronouns in their email signatures? Is there understanding about misgendering? Are employee groups being leveraged to help navigate all of this? And, what about HR? Is HR adjusting by expanding beyond the
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Takeaway: Think breaks are valuable for all sorts of reasons. I chatted with Mike Schmitz about the value he sees in think breaks, and walk you through the do’s and don’ts for planning a break of your own. This is the second part of a two-part series. Read the first segment, What I Learned from
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Wait. Breathe. Close your eyes. Open your heart. Tell yourself it’s okay to lose a battle, but not the war. You’ll have days like this where the heaviness of your heart calls for nothing, but closed eyes and instrumental songs. You’ll have love like this. One you’ll never see coming. She was the catalyst. The
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“Don’t make assumptions. Find the courage to ask questions and to express what you really want. Communicate with others as clearly as you can to avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama. With just this one agreement, you can completely transform your life.” ~Don Miguel Ruiz Online dating and dating apps have revolutionized the experience of dating
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