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Time Is Your Most Valuable Resource—Don’t Waste It

We live in a remarkable time. We have an infinite wealth of information, connections and resources at our fingertips, thanks to the internet and smartphones. But what we don’t have is an abundance of time or unlimited attention spans, both of which are scarce resources. They are extremely valuable to you, to marketers and to […]

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The Secret To Staying Focused and Following Through On Your Goals

Let’s talk about goals. Let’s talk about goals. In particular, did you set any goals at the beginning of this year? I’ve always used January 1st as the day that I start on my new goals. After I set my goals, I always feel excited, empowered, and like I can change a million things at […]

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The Key to Real Confidence: Daily Acts of Everyday Courage

Have you ever noticed how the smallest things can feel so hard? Getting to the gym, waking up on time, facing the pile of bills, saying how you really feel, admitting that you’re wrong, asking for help, sticking to a plan, speaking up in a meeting, staying positive, finding time for yourself…these things can often […]

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4 Tips to Detach From Your Phone

Right now, the world feels a bit like a huge sociological experiment. Just ten years ago, none of us were connected to the internet 24/7. Over the past ten years, since the launch of the iPhone in 2007, the world has experienced a rapid shift–one in which it’s normal to be tethered to our devices. […]

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4 Ways to Maintain Momentum

That’s it, you tell yourself. This time I’m doing it. For real! Fed up, you make yet another commitment to yourself: Start that business, hit the gym, save more money, stop dating losers, or get serious about your future. You know you need to do it. For some reason, though, it feels impossible to muster the […]

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The Secret to Ending Perfection Paralysis

Three years ago, when I decided to begin writing my book The 5 Second Rule, I held incredibly high standards for myself. I was convinced the only way my book would be a success is if it were perfect. As in the greatest thing ever written. No exceptions. In my honest desire to create something […]

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7 Ways Women Can Display More Confidence at Work

Confidence is the ability to hear your ideas and trust in them. It’s the skill of believing in and listening to yourself. Confidence is not a state. It’s not a feeling. And it’s definitely not a trait. It’s a skill, one that must be built through repeated acts of everyday courage. Many women haven’t fully […]

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5 Deliberate Steps to Master a Skill

I grew up cheering for the Detroit Pistons, but even I can admit Kobe Bryant was one of the greatest NBA players of all time. The fascinating part? He wasn’t born gifted. He’s an exceptionally hard worker. One trainer recounted how Bryant would exercise from 4:15 to 7 a.m. and then play basketball until the […]

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Why Your Instincts Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

I look out the window and see my cat, Mr. Noodle, lurching toward the tall grass at the edge of our field. He creeps along, then stops. His ears twitch and his tail whips back and forth. He waits. Then he pounces into the tall grass. A few seconds pass and he emerges with a […]

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The Mel Robbins Guide to Failure and Screwing Up

Big, fat failure is the key to realizing your dreams. The funny thing is you already know failure is good for you. We hear about failure all the time: Actors who were rejected at hundreds of auditions (until they weren’t), entrepreneurs whose first dozen ideas were garbage (though their next one was brilliant), and inventors with strings […]

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