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Greatest Challenges of New Year’s Resolutions: How to be Successful

The top New Year’s resolutions include changes to diet, fitness and finances. About 45% of people in the US make them, why are most unsuccessful?

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Success Blueprint: How to Get Out of Your Own Way

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(This is Part 1 of a 3-Part Series, “Success Blueprint.” ) Are you happy? Not over-the-moon every minute of every day happy, but feeling good about who you are, about your life in general happy? Few people seem to feel that way. Years ago, we (the crazy editors at set out to find what stands […]

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The Sooner You Know About The Wall the Better

by Donald Williams Have you ever noticed that about half of everything you were taught in life/school looks, sounds and feels backwards? Did anyone ever warn you about “The WALL”? Some life answers can be very elusive. Much of life does not make sense until you understand the reason for The WALL and why you […]

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[Interview] Stop Self-Sabotage By Doing Just One Thing!

In an exciting new interview for BrainSpeak Radio, Peter Julian talked with Holistic Health Practitioner and author of the #1 Bestseller “Do One Thing, Feel Better/ Live Better,” Julia Scalise, DN, PhD. Julia has spent over 16 years helping her clients find their personal health “sweet spot.” She has also been writing great motivational articles […]

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5 Tips for Adding Spark Back Into Your Life

by Julia Scalise, DN, PhD As the 4th of July holiday approaches, we see many announcements and advertisements for fireworks events. The spectacular displays are both exciting and beautiful to watch. The bursts of color and design are a delight to the eyes. But these demonstrations are short lived, and quickly fizzle and fade. I […]

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How You Can Use Your Limitations to Achieve More

bu Kusha Karvandi In 1843, Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard published his first book, entitled “Either/Or.” In the book, there are passages where the famous Soren discusses how boredom is a negative influence that human beings use to justify their jumping from one thing to another. He asserts that the behavior is anchored on the fact […]

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Make the Most of Your Weekend!

By Joan Moran I was at dinner the other night with a very busy and creative woman. She did most of the talking. Her monologue illustrated how important and busy she was during the week and how much she accomplishes. I watched her mouth move at a rapid rate. She had the most perfect set […]

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How to Supercharge Your Life and Your Connectivity

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[Editor’s Note:  Although this article is geared toward women, the excellent advice presented here can be applied to all of us!] By Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD Do you have all the power you need to create the satisfying and rewarding life you want? If not, why not? Sometimes an overwhelming external barrier keeps us from […]

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5 Ways You Can Start A New Habit TODAY!

by Kusha Karvandi Charles Duhigg explains in his best selling book, “The Power of Habit,” the three simple steps that all habit adheres to and follows. The Habit Loop which is the title of this cycle states that all habits normally have: A trigger. This is the event that normally starts the habit. A routine. […]

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5 Creative Ways to Squash Negativity in the Workplace

by Joan Moran According to a recent Gallup Poll (August, 2014), American adults employed full time in the U.S. report working an average of 47 hours per week, almost a full workday longer than what a standard five-day, 9-to-5 schedule entails. In fact, half of all full-time workers indicate they typically work more than 40 […]

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