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Years ago, I had a very difficult boss. One-on-one he wasn’t a bad guy. He was warm and likable. But in a group—particularly in meetings—he became another person. Dr. Jekyll became Mr. Hyde. He would suddenly become cold and aloof. If I, or someone on my team, reported good news, he either didn’t acknowledge it or quickly dismissed it. “Okay, we get it. You had a great month. Can we move on?” he would snap.  read more at

6 Ways to Treat Yourself | SUCCESS

One of the main ways I treat myself is by spending time alone. I’m married and we have a baby girl, so every minute of my day is accounted for. Spending 20 minutes alone in silence reflecting is a real treat, and I try to do it often.   I treat myself by relaxing with family and friends on weekends or exploring an exotic destination. My perfect weekend day would start with exercising, ideally outdoors, with my husband or a friend, followed by coffee and breakfast.   read more at


8 Steps to Having Wildly Productive Mornings

You’ll wake up for about 25,000 mornings in your adult life, give or take a few. According to a report from the World Health Organization, the average life expectancy in the United States is 79 years old. Most people in wealthy nations are hovering around the 80–year mark.   Once I realized this, I started thinking about how I could develop a better morning routine. I still have a lot to learn, but here are some strategies that you can use to get the most out of your 25,000 mornings.    read more at


15 ways to drown out the negative voice in your head – Business Insider

To reach your goals, you have to take risks, develop constructive routines and make time to listen, learn and reflect. You’ve beaten yourself up, berated yourself or felt overwhelmed or alone. Constant reminders of other people’s triumphs only make you criticize yourself more.   A cascade of negative thoughts can produce negative outcomes: Inaction. Retreat. Bad habits. Flickr/lillie kate Any time you’ve thought about making a change or pursuing a passion, you’ve probably dwelled more on your present state than your potential.    read more at


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