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Defining Your Year

January 4, 2017 Direct Your Talents
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What are your priorities for 2017?

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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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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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Doing What Works

September 3, 2014 Direct Your Talents
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The better you know yourself, the easier it is to be happy, healthy and productive.

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First Things First

February 5, 2014 Direct Your Talents
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A deceptively simple approach to get more done and be more productive.

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How to Salvage an Unproductive Day. Or Week. Or Month.

December 19, 2012 Direct Your Talents
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Everyone has unproductive days from time to time. Here’s what to do when it happens to you.

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What’s On Your Mind?

March 28, 2012 Direct Your Talents
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How you think — and what you think about — have a huge impact on your creative work. And your life.

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Overcoming Derailment — How to Reboot Yourself

January 4, 2012 Direct Your Talents
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Thrown off track? Derailed? Reboot yourself using these proven techniques

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How to Succeed at Anything New — Fast

June 14, 2010 Direct Your Talents
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Think you can’t? A British reality show demonstrates that faking it can help you make it

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