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Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you’ve got to start young.” Theodore Roosevelt said that, and he was right. But exactly how do you “start young?” This post will reveal the essential longevity habits to practice now if you want to experience happiness,
4 days ago - Psychology Today - Health
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When readers took the time to track me down and ask for a follow-up to the emotional intelligence article I wrote here a week ago, I listened. I think there are two ways people can try to improve their emotional intelligence.
1 week ago - Inc
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Focusing on increasing our positive emotions while using our strengths is emerging as the most successful and ... found that the high hope people have seven thinking habits about how they are ...
3 weeks ago - Psychology Today
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Mark Snyder Good habits can be developed through repetition ... I have embarked on a project involving interviewing successful people asking them the same questions: what do they do that ordinary ...
1 month ago - This Day
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The 12 habits of highly collaborative organizations Your email has been sent Here are twelve collaboration patterns or "principles" that successful organizations follow. Did you know that there ...
3 weeks ago - TechRepublic
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Built to Last examines 18 exceptional and long-lasting companies, including General Electric, Boeing, Disney, Hewlett-Packard and Proctor & Gamble, and compared each with one of its closest but less successful competitors,
1 week ago - AbeBooks - Business
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"Also, remember that half of our list got at least 7 hours each night, including Tim Cook, Bill Gates, and Oprah Winfrey, so there are plenty of ultra-successful people who get plenty of rest."
1 year ago - T3
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One may say that old fogies exude an enormous amount of grit, as they don’t quit their beliefs even in the face of great challenges. This may seem absurd, but it demonstrates the misconception of thinking that grit is always praiseworthy and that quitting is always shameful.
23 hours ago - Forbes - Business
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In our increasingly stressful lives, many people are turning to ancient practices to find personal growth and success. Supposedly, Lao Tzu, an ancient Chinese philosopher, ... Read More
1 week ago - Wealth of Geeks on MSN.com
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Janine Firpo This week, we continued with our conversation which centres on how to build wealth by modelling the positive habits of successful people. We shared five of such habits last week ...
2 weeks ago - This Day
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