Archive | May, 2018

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Take a Nap. Seriously!

Why in the world would I be writing about taking a nap while at work? That probably seems highly counterproductive to a successful career. For many of my clients, especially those who work on Wall Street, in a hospital setting, law firm or bank, it seems ludicrous. You’re probably rolling your eyes right now thinking: […]

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Discipline

Discipline seems to be one of those works that I crave from afar. Sure I have discipline in my life but it’s not always where I really want (and need) it to be. Something about tagging discipline to healthy habits has an obvious correlation but somewhat of a negative feel. And of course, if you […]

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A Guilt-Free Year

When you take a day off, power down the electronics, splurge on an ice cream or even take a well-deserved trip to the beach. And please don’t feel guilty. An article in the Washington Post stated that how “being busy” is like an addiction. The contributor, Brigette Shulte, shares that a man she interviewed “says […]

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Strive For Continuous Improvement

You’re pretty awesome. You have achieved greatness in so many areas of your life—career, family, community and beyond. But just because you can look back and be proud of your accomplishments doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t strive for continuous improvement. We all have work to do. According to a study cited in Scientific American, most […]

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