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Meeting Goals

3 Things You Should Know About Failure

Lisa Abeyta | Posted 07.29.2014 | Women
Lisa Abeyta

Failure feels so much worse and eats at our self-esteem when we know we lacked commitment and effort. I'm pretty sure this is the root to the continued failure I've experienced up until now. I'm having to remind myself to not be afraid, and I've discovered three truths about failure.

Minimize Morning Stress And Four More Great Small Business Tips

: Inc. | Laura Montini | Posted 02.27.2014 | Small Business

Even for morning people, let alone night owls, it's difficult to start the day right. Many spend the mornings getting the kids off to school, rush...

Why You Shouldn't Tie Health Goals To The New Year

Posted 01.23.2014 | Healthy Living

For many people, January is a good time to focus on weight and well-being for a healthier new year. But if you really want to be your best self this y...

What Is Your Goal? It Could Affect How You Feel About Meeting It

Posted 12.07.2013 | Healthy Living

The pride or shame you feel from accomplishing or failing to meet a goal could depend on what your goal was in the first place, according to a new stu...

3 Steps To Turning Your Dreams Into Reality

Michael S. Broder, Ph.D. | Posted 07.15.2013 | Healthy Living
Michael S. Broder, Ph.D.

Do you have many dreams you'd like to make come true? If there's so much you want to do but in reality, so little time to do it, the feeling of overwhelm itself can actually hold you back from accomplishing any of your major goals.

How to Allocate Your Time, and Your Effort

Elizabeth Grace Saunders | Posted 03.12.2013 | Small Business
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

I was a straight-A student through college who did whatever it took to produce work at a level that would please my professors. The rules changed when I started my own business over seven years ago. I realized that doing A-work in everything limited my success.

Tips to Visualize Your Goals with a Vision Board

Women & Co | Posted 10.08.2012 | Women
Women & Co

Raise your hand if you spent any of your afternoons as a teenager combing through magazines, cutting out pictures and phrases you liked and pasting them on to a piece of cardboard.