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Why and How to Put Down Your Phone More Often
Living in the 21st century, you’ve probably had this experience before: a friend or partner invites you to hang out, only to spend most of the time on their phone. If you’ve been in this situation, you already know this behavior is unattractive and super annoying. But truthfully, most of us are guilty of it from time to time. Chances are, you’ve done it as well. Let’s be honest: is it necessary to check our phones as often as we do?
The Dangers of Looking for Love: How to Look for a Good Relationship
Our “good relationship” definition: a relationship based on mutual respect and love, in which both partners communicate clearly about their needs and values, and both partners share the same rights and responsibilities. To make this a little clearer, let’s dive a little deeper into the characteristics of a good relationship.
How to Declutter Your Life and Focus on What’s Important
Here are our tips on how to get rid of your stuff, declutter your life, and be productive and focused in your own space.
Two Ways to Stop Waiting for the Weekend and Start Doing What You Love
Why do so many of us waste away our weekends, only to spend the rest of the week complaining about our current situation? Here are two ways to stop waiting for the weekend.
Are You Following Trends, or Breaking New Ground?
Following trends in certain areas of your life, especially without pausing to reflect on what you truly want, can cause you to veer off course, and away from the things you value most.
Stay the Course or Change Direction? How to Know When it’s Time for a Job Change
Sometimes, it’s obvious when you need to quit your job and move on. Maybe you’re in a toxic workplace, for example, or it’s clear that there’s a much better opportunity elsewhere. If you still need a little more clarity about your next step, we’ve put together a list of things to keep in mind when considering making a change in your work life.
Prolonging Your Personal Growth
The daily responsibilities of adult life can be pretty all consuming, and it’s easy to fall into a predictable routine. Whether by design or by chance, we often find ourselves doing the same activities afterwork, interacting with the same social circle, and spending a lot of our time doing what we find familiar.
How to Find Motivation and Move Forward Like a Boss
Even the most successful, achievement-minded people feel demotivated at times. But the difference is that those high-performing people have strategies to help them move past their slump. Learn why demotivation happens to us, and what you can do to cultivate your personal motivation (even when you least feel like it).
How to Ignore Naysayers and Pave Your Own Road to Success
Here’s a sad truth: no matter how amazing your ambitions are, you’re going to face your fair share of naysayers. But how do you respond to your naysayers without losing sight of your goals and values? Learn how to understand naysayer behavior and how to block out your critics with these tips.
4 Tips to Keep You Motivated to Reach Your Fitness Goals
Whether you’re working toward weight loss, muscle building, or endurance training, gaining an elite physique takes time, dedication, and patience. But how can you stay motivated during the period before you actually begin to see results?
First Day on the Job: 4 Tips for Leaders When Addressing a New Team
Maybe it’s your first time in a leadership role of any kind, or maybe you’re old-hat but still new to this role and this company. Either way, setting a positive (but assertive) first impression on your new team is essential. This first impression establishes dominance, acceptance, trust, and respect that you’ll continue building during your tenure at the company.
What Really Gets Me Noticed?
We’ve come a long way from the years when just doing your job earned you an automatic promotion. But it’s not always clear what you actually have to do to get noticed at work these days. Here are the two most important areas you’ll want to focus on, plus some straightforward things you can do to make people start looking your way.