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9 Reliable Ways to Cultivate Creative Thinking
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Some people are naturally creative. Everyone else can cultivate creativity.

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How to Overcome Your Fear of Rejection
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View the discussion thread. There isn’t a week in which we don’t feel we won’t be rejected in some way. Being shot down by an out-of-control internet troll, or receiving a firm no when we had expectations of a resounding yes. None of us are void of this fear, and neither are we void of […]

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Bad Times Can Make You Bitter or Better
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Comments View the discussion thread. The maxim, “A setback is a setup for a comeback,” coincides with famed UCLA basketball coach John Wooden’s philosophy for dealing with adversity. Related: How to Handle Adversity: Don’t Whine, Don’t Complain, Don’t Make Excuses. In his book The Pyramid of Success with Jay Carty, Wooden described his perspective on […]

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3 Smart Tips to Improve Your Finances This Year
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Take the financial steps necessary to afford your dreams. Anyone who has ever set a New Year’s resolution knows how exciting it can be to revel in their vision for the future. But come February, that excitement often fades into feeling overwhelmed. Although the life we want is free to imagine, it’s expensive to build. […]

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10 Phrases to Drop from Your Vocabulary
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These verbal mistakes can cost you credibility and influence, so fix them, stat—if you want people to take you seriously. Researchers believe that the earliest spoken language was Mayan, which was around 7,000 years ago. Imagine, in 70 centuries, we’ve progressed to, “… and I was like, really?” Related: 9 Tips to Say It Better […]

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How to Make Someone Like You Before They Even Meet You
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As humans, first impressions are very important. While we’ve heard that someone makes their first assumptions of you in the first 60 seconds of meeting, latest research by psychologists Janine Willis and Alexander Todorov from Princeton University have found it’s much much quicker than that. In fact it’s thought to happen within a tenth of […]

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2017 SUCCESS Achievers of the Year
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These innovative, passionate doers are shaping the world. Each year, the SUCCESS editors select a panel of influential individuals who have accomplished something great in the fields of personal development, business or entrreprenuership. These six individuals took large strides in 2017: Adam Neumann and Rebekah Paltrow Neaumann Adam Neumann, 38, and Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, 39—the married […]

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How to Detect a Wolf in Sheep's Clothing
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Work in any competitive field long enough, and you’re bound to run into a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It’s a powerful image. A shepherd watches over his flock to protect them from harm. He’d chase away any predator that tried to make its way into the flock. A clever wolf wearing the skin of a […]

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Parents Are Their Own Worst Enemies
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The pressure to be a good parent is real. All this pressure comes at us from internal and external sources that converge and make a perfect storm for parents to lose any confidence they had as parents. We, as parents have the power to overcome our own worst enemy, which is ourselves. As parents, we […]

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