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20 Free and Easy Ways to Be More Generous Today

You don’t need to spend a penny to experience the joy of generosity. This article was originally posted on Inc.com We’ve all been told at some point, “It’s better to give than to receive,” but it’s not just a platitude. Heaps of science show that generosity rebounds, making you even happier than the recipient of your…
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Legendary Designer Diane von Furstenberg’s Morning Ritual Is the Perfect Way to Power Up Your Day

Paying it forward pays off big time. This article was originally posted on Inc.com Fashion legend Diane von Furstenberg may be 72, but she still has plenty on her plate. In addition to running the thriving business built atop her iconic wrap dresses, the designer is involved in a host of philanthropic causes, from fundraising…
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Get Out Of Your Own Way

This article was shared by Lee Milteer There are LOTS OF COMMON, SELF-DEFEATING BEHAVIORS IN BUSINESS. Here are 10 of the most common ones to recognize and avoid: 1. PROCRASTINATION: If you are always late on completing things, people stop relying on you and soon they start resenting you. And you will stop believing in…
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How to Make Google Maps Stop Tracking You Literally Everywhere

The popular turn-by-turn direction app keeps a record of where you go. Here’s why you should turn it off.   This article was originally posted on inc.com Google Maps is easily one of the most popular apps on both iOS and Android. It’s used every day to help users get directions, find nearby restaurants or…
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6 Paid Traffic tips for the holidays

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it 1,768,903 times… Actionable advice ALWAYS wins the day (or in this case the SEASON). And today, I have some actionable advice for you in the form of 6 tips for an effective “holiday” campaign from my good buddy and Paid Traffic expert, Beau Haralson: “1. Start early: Last year, Costco…
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Spending Time Alone Makes You a Better Friend, Partner or Boss

If being by yourself makes you uncomfortable, there are some small steps you can try. By Minda ZetlinCo-author, The Geek Gap@MindaZetlin Article was originally shared on Inc.com When was the last time you deliberately chose to spend time by yourself, doing something that you enjoyed, or else enjoying the luxury of doing nothing? If it…
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5 Self-Care Tips to Relieve Holiday Stress

By Katie Sandler Article originally posted on success.com The radio croons, “It’s the hap-happiest season of all,” lights twinkle, people keep wishing you a “merry this” and a “happy that.” Many welcome the holiday season with open arms. For others, though, this “happiest season of all” can feel nightmarish. One need not be a total…
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6 Secrets for Thriving (Not Just Surviving) Through the Holidays

by Jim Rohn article share on jimrohn.com   The holiday season has officially graced us with its presence. It’s a time of celebration and bliss, and the pure magic of these December days is something I anticipate and enjoy each and every year. For some, though, the holidays have lost the delight and excitement it once…
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7 Challenges Women Entrepreneurs Face (and How to Overcome Them)

By Paula Fernandes, Contributing Writer Business News Daily Aug. 27th 2018 On paper, things have never looked better for female entrepreneurs. In fact, more than 11 million U.S. firms are now owned by women, employing nearly 9 million people and generating $1.7 trillion in sales, according to 2017 data from the National Association of Women…
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How to Promote Your Thank You Notes

This article was shared by Publicity Hound. Full the full article, click here.   At my the car dealer yesterday, I read the thank you notes posted on a bulletin board in the waiting room while my car was being serviced. Smart way to let people know about all those happy customers, I said to…
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