Self Improvement

The Two Types of Toughness Required for Success

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You can either experience baby steps as insulting frustrations or as small, precious achievements. ↓ Photo: Westend61/Getty Images ♠ Change “means setting small, reasonable goals for yourself, one step at a time, one day at a time,” writes Dr. Leo M. Marvin in his book Baby Steps: A Guide to...

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How to Stop Regaining the Weight You Lost

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♠ New studies reveal the most effective ways to maintain weight loss ↓ You’ve done your research, you’ve been eating healthier, you’ve been exercising more and you’ve successfully lost those pounds. Congratulations! But just when you’re about to celebrate, you realize you have to keep up with the...

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According to Warren Buffett, Honing This One Skill Can Improve Your Worth by 50 Percent

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↓ Growing up, legendary investor Warren Buffett was terrified of speaking in public. However, he realized he’d never make the type of impact that he wanted if he didn’t take the steps to get his communication skills tight. As a result, while attending graduate school at...

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7 Reasons Why Smart, Hardworking People Don’t Become Successful

  |   Entrepreneurship, Life, Life In General, Life Lessons, Motivation, Self Improvement   |   No comment

↓ For the longest time, I believed that if smart people worked hard and grew up in a reasonably nurturing environment, success would come eventually. ↓ I looked at other people and thought, “Wow, that person’s going to go on to do great things.” ↓ But as I grew older, I...

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