PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

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When the Struggle is Real – Achieving Job Satisfaction and Success as an Introvert

If you are an introvert trying to successfully navigate the workplace then you already know – sometimes the struggle is real! You feel as if your progress is limited because you don’t stand out – or stand out for the wrong reasons. You enjoy your work, but that satisfaction is dimmed because it feels as if your contributions are …

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The Expectation Trap

“I’m not in this world to live up to your expectations and you’re not in this world to live up to mine.” ― Bruce Lee Striving to meet the expectations of others can be a positive motivating force. When our own aspirations are in sync with meeting the high expectations of others it can result …

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Can You Schedule Happiness

Are you happy?  Are you pursuing a goal that you believe will make you happy once you achieve it?  Maybe you have thought “once I receive that promotion, lose weight, find a great partner – then I will be happy!”   Only to get the promotion, lose the weight, find the partner – and still find …

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The Power of Saying “No”

Let’s be honest.  How often do we find ourselves agreeing to take on extra work, attend events or participate in activities we don’t particularly enjoy. Simply because we did not feel comfortable saying “no”.The act of saying “no” is powerful.  Saying “no” is one of the first tools children use to assert personal autonomy.   But, …

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FOOD BUDGET – The little things

  Do you have a budget?  I mean an honest to goodness budget where you consistently calculate your expected income, determine your household expenses and monitor/adjust/balance the flow on a regular basis?  If you are like 2/3 of Americans, the answer is “no.” The good news is that, no matter what your income, if you …

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