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1. Skipping your workout when you’re tired Our natural instincts call us to crawl into bed when we’re feeling tired after a long day but studies show you should do the opposite. “Regular exercise boosts strength and endurance, helps make your cardiovascular system run more efficiently, and delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues.” Exercising… Read more »

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1. “It’s far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.” 2. “You don’t need to be a rocket scientist. Investing is not a game where the guy with the 160 IQ beats the guy with 130 IQ.” 3. “To invest successfully, you need not… Read more »

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1. Rescue Time Having trouble developing time management skills? This is definitely the app for you! By recording your daily activities, this app will send you weekly reports on where you are spending most of your time. (You’ll be surprised to see how much time we spend on TV/Social Media weekly!) 2. Remember The Milk Have… Read more »

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Though you’re about to read some great ways successful people spend their weekend, it’s important to always keep in mind productivity. Now, by productivity, we don’t always mean you have to be on the go! Be productive in planning to do the things you have always wanted to do. Sleep in. Go for a walk…. Read more »

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1. “My boss is a heartless jerk.” If you bad-mouth your current boss, your prospective employer will only think that you will do the same with them. Not to mention that they will feel like you will be hard to manage and most likely to bring negativity into the workplace! 2. “I hate my job.” … Read more »

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1. Motivational Quote.  Select a positive quote to start of your day and to live by. For example, “Today is a new day. You will get out of it just what you put into it.” Personally, I spend about 5 minutes right after I wake up on the “Motivational Quotes” on Pinterest. It helps me… Read more »

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The reality is that the best way to find a job today is completely different from what it was 15 years ago. Growing up, many of us thought that the path into a great job was to get into the right college, get the highest GPA you can get, and then simply apply. A recent… Read more »

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This week, the world lost a wonderful human being. Robin Williams was not only one of the most talented actors television has seen, but also an exceptional human being. He constantly searched for ways he could help those around him and make a difference. He made us laugh, cry, and smile through the art of… Read more »

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1. Steve Jobs- CEO of Apple Now a legendary man due to the incredible Apple products he has brought to people all over the world, Steve Jobs was once homeless in his college years. In his 2005 commencement address at Stanford University, Steve Jobs said, “I didn’t have a dorm room, so I slept on the… Read more »

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“Positioning for the Future” One of the biggest mistakes any manager can make is undermine the leadership potential each of their employee’s has. Don’t simply assign tasks, but teach them to take initiative and ownership of the task they are managing so that they will be more likely to be innovative. Additionally, they won’t feel… Read more »