Who is the person you owe everything to? Do you thank them enough while you still can?
How about focusing on just one new habit instead of multiple New Year's resolutions? That way you're more likely to succeed. And this one doesn't involve pain or sacrifice, but can truly change your life.
Our society is obsessed by financial measures, encouraged by government and business. To make positive change, let's flip it around and measure them on what's important to us, 'the people'.
There's a much more effective (and fun) way of spreading the festive warmth, and it's so obvious most of us don't do it.
Realising your core intent - the one thing you really want to excel in - brings clarity and motivation to everything you do.
It is increasingly important to have your own site instead of using social networks - so you are in control of your content, contacts and brand.
After ten years working as an individual entrepreneur I've finally worked out what marketing should really mean.
Long term goals end up disincentivising. Better to think about what good you can do and take the first step toward that.
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