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Make the Most of 2017

December 1, 2016 Direct Your Talents
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Take steps now to experience, learn, acquire, accomplish or complete your real priorities in 2015.

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Seven Olympic Lessons to Enhance Your Creative Projects

August 3, 2016 Inspiration
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Ways the Olympics show us to be more effective in our creative projects.

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Stuck? Unproductive? Wasting Time? Try Quotas

April 6, 2016 Motivation Issues
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Quotas can help you stop procrastinating, be more productive, do more of what you love, establish new habits, and limit unhealthy habits.

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Wanna Play?

March 3, 2016 Balance
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To get more done, play more.

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Do You Think Too Much?

January 6, 2016 Direct Your Talents
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Thinking is great. Over-thinking has its costs. Here are six ways to manage a highly active mind.

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A Good Day

September 2, 2015 Direct Your Talents
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Get more done and feel better about it.

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Finding Your Voice Repeatedly

July 1, 2015 Discover Your Talents
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To be more creative, apply your skills and talents to new situations and different media.

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The Myths of Multi-Tasking

May 6, 2015 Direct Your Talents
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If you are a master multi-tasker, you’re hampering yourself.

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Sit! Stay!

March 4, 2015 Distraction
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An easy productivity technique to overcome procrastination and distractions. Get started. Make progress. Get things done.

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The New “Normal”

February 11, 2015 Inspiration
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Make your life reflect your unique circumstances, preferences, and talents.

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