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How to Make Affirmations Really Work

May 10, 2017 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Three techniques that make affirmations more active and more effective.

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Give Yourself the Gift of Guilt-Free Play Dates

September 6, 2010 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Don’t look now, but there’s something missing in your schedule: FUN

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Lessons from Disneyland – 9 Ways To Enjoy Your Talents More on the Job

August 26, 2010 Work with Your Talents
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Enjoying your work more can be as simple as lightening up and having the right attitude. Here’s how.

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Au Revoir, Paris – or, Committing to Your Talents

July 17, 2010 Top DaVinci Challenges
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Sometimes, true commitment to your talents means saying goodbye to a dream.

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The Rewards of a Solo Retreat – Part 1

May 17, 2010 Enjoy Your Talents
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Sometimes you need to get away on your own to get something meaningful done.

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The Passion Test: A review for DaVincis

May 10, 2010 Discover Your Talents
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The Passion Test can be useful — and extra-challenging — for DaVincis looking to get clear on their talents and priorities.

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Resistance is futile: Procrastination help for Artists and Writers

April 26, 2010 Top DaVinci Challenges
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DaVincis face a most insidious type of procrastination: Resistance. Here’s how to beat it.

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How to take inventory of your talents

March 1, 2010 Discover Your Talents
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Looking for direction? First, take stock.

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