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Your Long-Term Success Depends On a Solid Daily Routine

Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” A life without a positive daily routine or structure is so much more draining mentally, physically, and emotionally than you can ever imagine! The best routines, I’ve found, come at the start and end of the day — both your workday and your day in general. ...

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11 Blissful Truths That Will Get You Feeling Great in No Time

What time does the doubt start for you? Most days you wake up ready to take on the world. You’re well rested. You’re nourished by healthy nutrition. Perhaps you even gave yourself an endorphin boost through some exercise, and you’re riding that post–workout bliss. Yet, as you go into your day, you somehow lose track. Your energy slumps. You start ...

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A Checklist Template for Defining Your Fears

Did you catch Tim Ferriss’ recent Ted Talk, “Why you should define your fears instead of your goals”? As an entrepreneur it home because I’m constantly making checklists to manage the constant chaos in my life. Of course, within those checklists are several lists with personal and professional goals and milestones. But there is one list I do not have, ...

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Start and End Your Workday With These Principles in Mind

Time is the raw material of productivity. Time, not money, is your most valuable asset. Invest your asset carefully. Build a system to protect it. “You can’t let other people set your agenda in life, ” says Warren Buffett. There are 168 hours every week. Let that sink in for a moment. That is a monumental amount of time. Where ...

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The 1 Amazing Secret, Why SUCCESSFUL people are Always LUCKY

The best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself. Everybody experiences LUCK some time or the other in their lives. In his Treatise Physics, Aristotle gives a famous example of chance: a man who is owed money, visits some place for an entirely different reason (goes to the marketplace to buy pomegranates), by accident runs into the ...

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How to make adjustments when things don’t go according to plan

A few months ago, I realized that I wasn’t satisfied with where I was in life and wanted to do something about it. The only problem was that the gap between where I was and where I wanted to be seemed daunting. That’s why I decided to start making micro-changes in my life on a regular basis*. On March 11, ...

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Improve your Aerial Photography Skills: Tips & Advice

Improve your Aerial Photography Skills: Tips & Advice Every Photography in this world should learn the Aerial Photography Skills because they will improve their spirit art. Nowadays, Aerial Photography with drone be very easy thanks to the new technology coming with these drones. So. If you have a drone this article will be, very useful for you because we will ...

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A Simple Plan for Reviewing and Improving Your Team’s Communication System

Effective communication tools are critical to successfully competing businesses, regardless of team size. In large businesses, teams need to effectively communicate together and with other teams. In smaller businesses, with each employee fulfilling several roles, efficiently organizing and sharing ideas and tasks are, arguably, even more important because one misinformed person affects several areas of the business. In the last ...

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How to write the Perfect Pitch Email as a Freelancer

For many of us, the idea of a traditional work environment or career is vanishing. Changes in technology, the gig economy, increased mobility, and a desire for freedom means more and more people are opting for a freelance working lifestyle. It’s easy to see why — the idea of working from home, not having to deal with office politics, and the ability ...

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How To Retain More From The Books You Read In 5 Simple Steps

Don’t read more. Read smarter. When I grew up, it wasn’t cool to read. These days, every coffee shop is packed with folks that are reading a book while sipping on a latte. That’s a great shift. I’m also reading more books than ever. But here’s the thing: It’s not about how many books you read, it’s about how much you ...

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