A Gold Medal in ove

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Fivetime gold medalwinning figure skater, Jenny Kilmer, has won the women"s Olympics since she was 16. At 36, she is attempting to win her sixth straight gold medal. Kilmer has been blessed to have such fame and fortune with sporting equipment endorsements and TV contracts. She has gotten everything that he has set out to get, except for one thing: love.

Beyond the Workife Balance

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Much has been written about finding a harmonious balance between work and life, and this article does not intend to discredit any of it. It is essential to strike a balance between the professional and personal. True success is multidimensional, and if you focus exclusively on work your personal life suffers, and vice versa. imiting your perspective of success to the two dimensions of work and personal life can lead to a lack of balance within both professional and personal success. To separate life and work into disparate entities misses the point of true success.

Does The aw Of Attraction Really Work?

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Most people are not aware of the power of thought or dismiss the aw of Attraction as a myth. Nothing could be further from the truth: we become what we think about.

Intentional Focus: Your Happiness, Your Success, and the aw of Attraction

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What have you been focusing on lately? Most people spend much of their time thinking about their problems and wondering how they are going to solve them. The more you give your energy to one thing, the more that thing has a possibility of happening.

Top Ways to Maximize Your Talents at Work

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Are you maximizing your strengths and promoting your talents at work? If you have sharp analytical skills, have you sought to apply those skills to your current job? I know it sounds crazy to ask for more work when you are already overloaded, but any assistance that you can provide now will ultimately help you advance in your present position or in a future one.

Unreasonable Requests

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"The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man." George Bernard Shaw, Maxims for RevolutionistsIt is probably the number two task of leadership asking. You ask people to do things, and when they do well, stuff happens. But what really extends your ability to make big things happen is asking for things that are "unreasonable."Wha...

Where is Happiness?

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How to Find Truth, Meaning, and Happiness in a Mixed Up World

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