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The Clock Is Ticking: How Do You Manage Your Time?

Alex Lyman | Posted 04.18.2015 | College
Alex Lyman

We all have the same 24 hours in a day. What you do with those hours dictates your life's path. While you cannot accomplish everything in one day, managing your time wisely will help you finish in a reasonable amount of time and still let you enjoy your college experience.

Why You Haven't Found Your Life's Calling (And What to Do About It)

Kevin Kleitches | Posted 04.18.2015 | Healthy Living
Kevin Kleitches

There's hardly been enough time to consider what you really want. But now you're ready to break free. To discover your life's mission -- your passion -- and start pursuing it. Here's how to make it happen.

Let Lincoln's Character Traits Guide You To Business Success

Emilia DiMenco | Posted 04.18.2015 | Small Business
Emilia DiMenco

The many positive character traits that Lincoln displayed have the ability to impact all of us, lead to greater entrepreneurial success and serve to inspire the next generation.

How to Build Skills That Are Valuable: Lessons Learned From Selling Matches

James Clear | Posted 04.14.2015 | Business
James Clear

Ingvar Kamprad focused on getting good at business before he tried to get big at business. Think about that for a moment. Many people (and I've been guilty of this as well) want to get big more than they want to become good.

Make Love Every Day

Darren Hardy | Posted 04.14.2015 | Healthy Living
Darren Hardy

You can do it privately (to start) or write, type or text it. But even better is if you take a single human being by the shoulders, look deeply into their eyes and simply say, "I love you" (scary, I know).

How to Make Better Life-Changing Decisions

Elizabeth Rider | Posted 04.14.2015 | Healthy Living
Elizabeth Rider

At the end of the day the only way to get what we want out of life is to analyze how we will feel after we make important decisions. The 10-10-10 rule is powerful but simple. For any life decision, evaluate how you will feel in 10 minutes, 10 months and 10 years.

The Quest for Meaning in College

Adele Scheele | Posted 04.14.2015 | College
Adele Scheele

College promises us a path to the world and an understanding of ourselves. Whether conscious of it or not, we invest our time, money, and hope to answer timeless questions: Who are we? What can we learn about the world? What do we want to do?

Success Means Putting Others First

Sue Gober | Posted 04.13.2015 | Education
Sue Gober

I am obsessed with soft skills, or rather the lack of soft skills. After writing an earlier blog about soft skills for teachers, I started looking around at others who had great soft skills, but what I noticed were the people who had almost none at all.

The Force of Love

Jamelle Sanders | Posted 04.13.2015 | Healthy Living
Jamelle Sanders

As we get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day, I encourage you not to get sucked into the commercialization of the day, but I want you to understand that love is a daily decision of the heart. My journey has taught me a lot about love.

Simple Principles for a Complex World

Richard Koch | Posted 04.12.2015 | Business
Richard Koch

The secret to being happy and productive is doing something that excites you, where you can carve out a unique role. If you are not excited about life, you are existing but not really living. Everyone is excited by something. The tragedy is that most of us spend most of our lives doing things that bore us.

True Leadership Colors

Janine Garner | Posted 04.11.2015 | Business
Janine Garner

We need leaders who are so comfortable in the space that they have the strength to lead and share, to learn and grow, who are actively curious and willing to give.

5 Ways to Run Your Own Race

Alex Lyman | Posted 04.10.2015 | College
Alex Lyman

College campuses are full of opportunities to succeed and make your own mark in your own way. While there are an unlimited ways to succeed, here are five ways to keep your eye on the prize.

What Having A Mentor Really Means

Jim Calandra | Posted 04.11.2015 | Business
Jim Calandra

The mentor relationship is a critical part of filling in the gaps between the skills you possess and those you need to succeed as a leader.

WATCH: It's Okay to Succeed

Brad Yates | Posted 04.11.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Brad Yates

We often avoid doing what would lead to greater success because, at some level, we don't think it's okay to succeed. That may not seem logical -- but...

5 Toxic Beliefs That Make Success Impossible

| Jeff Haden | Posted 02.26.2015 | Small Business

It's hard to think differently and be able to dream new dreams. We'd all like to be visionary thinkers like Bezos, Buffett and Branson (the Three B's ...

Giving Without Getting Crushed

Tim McDonald | Posted 04.09.2015 | Impact
Tim McDonald

It's been a long time since I thought of give and take as an equation and balance. Just yesterday, I was reminded of how you can be taken advantage of when you are a "giver."

The Secrets of Publishing Success

Lev Raphael | Posted 04.09.2015 | Business
Lev Raphael

When I started out, an author friend warned me that publishing was a crazy business, and he was right. Ever since my first book was published in 1990, I've been seeing news items about one scary trend or another.

The Physics of Productivity: Newton's Laws of Getting Stuff Done

James Clear | Posted 04.09.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

Most people try to power through and hammer their way past the barriers. The problem with this strategy is that you're still dealing with the other force. I find it to be much less stressful to cut out the opposing forces and let your productivity naturally flow forward.

Thank You Notes: Yes or No?

Dayna Steele | Posted 04.08.2015 | Business
Dayna Steele

As the person responsible for interviewing prospective employees for your company, what are your thoughts on thank you notes after the interview? Do you expect one, appreciate the effort, keep the note on file?

Forget Perfection, Just Don't Fail Twice in a Row

Tyler Tervooren | Posted 04.08.2015 | Healthy Living
Tyler Tervooren

I've learned that those who succeed and those who don't at building a new habit often experience the same number of failures and disappointments along the way. The only difference is where those failures occur.

The 7 Defining Traits of Thought Leaders

Evan Bailyn | Posted 04.07.2015 | Business
Evan Bailyn

Most people probably think that the only trait a thought leader needs to have is good thoughts. Sadly, that is not the case at all. What they need are the seven things I'm about to reveal.

How to Handle Money

Brendon Burchard | Posted 04.08.2015 | Money
Brendon Burchard

If you handle your money in the right way, you can have more, give more, and enjoy your life more. Here's what you can do to start taking control of your money now.

Jay-Z Explains The REAL Measure Of Success In Hip Hop

OWN | Posted 02.09.2015 | OWN

Forget having a chart-topping album, winning a Grammy Award, raking in millions of dollars or selling out huge arenas. According to legendary rapper a...

How Creative Geniuses Come Up With Great Ideas

James Clear | Posted 04.07.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

Markus Zusak is proof that if you revise your work 200 times -- if you find 200 ways to reinvent yourself, to get better at your craft -- then luck seems to have a way of finding you.

Failure and Criticism Can 'Mean' You're a Pro: What I've Learned From Steven Pressfield and Taylor Swift

Isa Adney | Posted 04.07.2015 | Entertainment
Isa Adney

In whatever you're doing, model Taylor and don't stop moving. Don't let the mean people take a second of your time. Focus it on the great work you're doing and the things you're pursuing, and then focus on doing them really well.