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6 Ways to Re-Kindle the Spark of Motivation

Tweet  image by sheepies   Do you feel a bit lost? Confused? Demotivated? Or my personal favourite….do you just feel a bit blah? Then, perhaps it’s time to re-kindle your inner spark.  We hear so many things about re-kindling the fire in romantic relationships. Well, your relationship with yourself, your dreams, and your goals need […]

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Compete With Your Self

Tweet  image by notionscapital   We live in a very competitive society. It is particularly true if you live a big city life. Everything is a competition. In many places, parents have to compete to get their kids into a good play school. Then kids have to compete to get top marks in school. Thus, […]

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The Key to Life

Tweet  image by elycefeliz “When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me, what I wanted to be when I grew up I wrote down ‘happy.’ They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them […]

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Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail

Tweet  It’s January 1st, the beginning of a New Year – the time when millions of resolutions are made. Every year people make resolutions. One of the most benefited institutions of these resolutions are gyms. Every January, gym memberships go up. People sign up for the whole year as they get excited about their new […]

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How to Keep A Career Journal

Tweet  image by classblog   A career journal is a powerful tool, no matter where you are on the professional ladder. A student exploring her options, an established executive looking for a next step up, a 9 to 5 prisoner dreaming of an escape plan, a CEO, middle-manager going nowhere, an entrepreneur, a creative professional, […]

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Kaizen Journaling – 12 Lessons Learned in 12 Months AND Two Announcements

Tweet    Kaizen Journaling officially launched on April 17, 2012. I can’t believe one year has gone by so quickly. When 2012 began, I honestly had no idea I was going to do this. The only thing I had thought about was that I wanted to do journaling workshops some day. That’s it. That was […]

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48 Ways to Take More Initiative at Work and in Life

Tweet    Many people are passive dreamers. They want things – a better job, a relationship, spiritual enlightenment, a new car – but they wait for these things to come to them. They believe that if they just stay still in one place for long enough, work hard or just complain a lot, some day […]

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Are You Following the Right Goals?

Tweet    It’s mid-February, and 2013 is well under way. If you haven’t already done a review of your goals, then now is the time. Regular reviews are an essential part of an effective goal-setting and goal-achieving process. Setting the right goals is important, but it’s of no us if you don’t implement them. Implementing […]

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5 Steps to Achieving Your Goals (and creating the life you want)

Tweet A goal is a dream with a deadline.  – Napolean Hill Whether you are living the life you want, or the life you really want to change, there are things you desire. It maybe material things such as a house, a car, vacations abroad, designer clothes. It maybe things like further education, self-awareness, spiritual […]

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Becoming A Polymath – My Personal Challenge

Tweet image credit   Recently, I came across this article about becoming a polymath. The concept fascinated me, because it gave me a term for a goal I already had. A goal of Learning. It’s been almost a decade since I left full-time education, but I can honestly say that I’ve never stopped learning. Education […]

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