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How To Stop Being So Hard On Yourself

Margie Warrell | Posted 04.24.2015 | Women
Margie Warrell

Of course none of us are perfect. We all struggle in our own way. Expecting that we should have it 'all together' all the time sets us up for a lifetime of disappointing ourselves.

How to Make Good Decisions

Brendon Burchard | Posted 04.24.2015 | Healthy Living
Brendon Burchard

When uncertain or afraid, how do we free ourselves from delay, make good decisions, and take decisive action? Three strategies... 1. Make decisions...

7 Values That Will Help You Raise Resilient Children

Sherrie Campbell, PhD | Posted 04.23.2015 | Parents
Sherrie Campbell, PhD

To parent our children to live exceptional lives and become exceptional people, we must teach them to have the fortitude to stand tall no matter what is happening.

Why Working Mothers Need Resilience

Sue Davey | Posted 04.23.2015 | Parents
Sue Davey

When the unexpected strikes, breathe to control your emotions, which in turn will allow you to develop a plan to tackle the immediate issues. And if you have time, recognize the fact that adapting to the unexpected and the difficult will make you -- and your brain -- stronger.

Let's Make Some Mistakes Today

Ed Gutman | Posted 04.23.2015 | Business
Ed Gutman

You can't make mistakes if you don't try, much less make better ones. I've spent parts of the last year being overly cautious in what I choose to do next, wondering if the things I do are better than the last -- enough so that it occasionally paralyzes me in my steps. I'm done with that.

Ways to Avoid Micromanagement

Linda Lauren | Posted 04.23.2015 | Business
Linda Lauren

The idea is to get around the obstacle by accepting that it exists and detouring to the path you might have felt was the unlikely one to take. That all sounds wonderful, doesn't it? It's how we want to be: living an inspired and miraculous life. But how do we achieve that?

The Secret to a Joyful Life

Frank Niles, Ph.D. | Posted 04.22.2015 | Healthy Living
Frank Niles, Ph.D.

My daughter just turned 7. She loves life. Whether it's splashing in a fountain, painting her latest masterpiece, or reading for hours alone in her r...

5 Ways to Cultivate Purpose and Intention for an Authentic Life

Toneka Etienne, Ph.D. | Posted 04.22.2015 | Healthy Living
Toneka Etienne, Ph.D.

Are you going through the motions of your life mindlessly? Is your life dictated by routine and 'sticking to a schedule,' with little room for spontaneity?

Understanding That the Wound Leads to Success in Fiction and in Life

Jen Grisanti | Posted 04.21.2015 | Los Angeles
Jen Grisanti

I am a story and career consultant for writers. Many writers face the challenge of how to elevate the emotional component of their story. If we are not connecting to your story on an emotional level, the story doesn't work.

Suicide Is Not the Answer -- Reach Out!

Gigi G. | Posted 04.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Gigi G.

Why am I writing this post? On Thursday, one of our neighbors took his own life. He was a brilliant, talented man -- top of his field of work in Aust...

3 Tips to Develop Your Mantra

Mark W. Guay | Posted 04.21.2015 | Healthy Living
Mark W. Guay

A mantra is meant to help whenever you're going through a mentally or physically challenging time. Take it figuratively and I'm sure we all feel like we're racing an Ironman at some point during our lives.

How to Solve Difficult Problems by Using the Inversion Technique

James Clear | Posted 04.20.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

It is far easier to avoid stupidity than it is to create genius. Eliminating the errors and mistakes that are preventing your success can be just as powerful as building new skills or habits.

What to Do When You Have Too Many Ideas (And Not Enough Time)

James Clear | Posted 04.20.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

Ideas are like rose bushes: They need to be consistently pruned and trimmed down. And just like a rose bush, pruning away ideas -- even if they have potential -- allows the remaining ideas to fully blossom.

Why Fear Is the Enemy

Tina Martin | Posted 04.17.2015 | Good News
Tina Martin

Fear is overthinking what may happen and what could happen. The reality is fear is the unknown over-exaggerated in our minds. It's the enemy, because most things we fear never happen. We just imagine what it would be like if it did.

5 Signs It's Time For A New Job

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D. | Posted 04.16.2015 | Business
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D.

Regardless of your age, background, or accomplishments, you have probably fantasized about the possibility of a new career at some point in your life. To help you decide whether it may be time for a career change, here are five critical signs that you would probably benefit from a career switch.

The Power of Your Words

Darren Hardy | Posted 04.15.2015 | Business
Darren Hardy

You have a responsibility to the people you care about. Your words, your validation, your affirmation can change people's lives. This is as true for your children and your spouse as it is your clients.

Nike Women's New Ad Campaign Is Full Of 'I Can't'

The Huffington Post | Leigh Weingus | Posted 04.13.2015 | Sports

You're about to be very inspired by the worlds "I can't." Nike's new "Better For It" ad campaign is all about women finding motivation when that s...

How to Find Your Hidden Creative Genius

James Clear | Posted 04.10.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

Creating something useful and compelling is like being a gold miner. You have to sift through pounds of dirt and rock and silt just to find a speck of gold in the middle of it all. Bits and pieces of genius will find their way to you, if you give yourself permission to let the muse flow.

Watch Out for Dream Killers

Tina Martin | Posted 04.09.2015 | HuffPost Home
Tina Martin

How many times have you heard someone tell you to be realistic? Those people you talk to about your plans to create a business or about a career or personal goal? Often times they are people who maybe mean well, but probably gave up on their own dreams and goals.

The Only Productivity Tip You'll Ever Need

James Clear | Posted 04.09.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

We often assume that productivity means getting more things done each day. Wrong. Productivity is getting important things done consistently. And no matter what you are working on, there are only a few things that are truly important.

5 Ways to Detoxify From a Dysfunctional Relationship

Dr. Carmen Harra | Posted 04.08.2015 | Healthy Living
Dr. Carmen Harra

Dysfunctional relationships can greatly damage our well-being. But learning to detach and cleanse from the toxicity of a turbulent relationship restores inner peace and emotional balance. Practice these five steps to cleanse your spirit and regain trust in the power of positive relationships.

How to Deal With Stress

Brendon Burchard | Posted 04.08.2015 | Healthy Living
Brendon Burchard

Stress seems to be ruining people. But most stress is made up in our own mind; thus it can be controlled and minimized. Here's how to better handle stress and become more peaceful, thoughtful and joyous...

What I Learned From This Legendary Filmmaker

Jen Mazer | Posted 04.08.2015 | Impact
Jen Mazer

My background is as an artist. And I think that's what truly makes me the Queen of Manifestation. I'm all about you creating your own life.

Would You Rather Be a 'Valued' or 'Valuable' Employee?

John Friedman | Posted 04.08.2015 | Business
John Friedman

One of the best ways to value employees is to allow them to use their unique expertise in making the contribution. Allowing employees to use their skills also helps demonstrate the value that the company brings to the community.

Choosing Sadness: The Irony of Depression

Wray Herbert | Posted 04.08.2015 | Science
Wray Herbert

My depressed friend wanted relief from his misery, sometimes desperately. He struggled, yet ironically, he often acted in ways that maintained -- rather than alleviated -- his misery. Apparently he's not alone in this sad choice.