Posts Tagged ‘Thrive Global’

Three Ways to Become More Grateful

become more grateful

Your wellness routine might include exercise, sleep and good nutrition. But are you also getting a regular dose of gratitude, which has been proven to make you happier and healthier? One of the world’s leading experts on the science of gratitude, Psychology Professor Dr. Robert Emmons of the University of California, Davis, found that gratitude…

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Bolster your Career by Becoming a Better Listener

Bolster your Career by Becoming a Better Listener

A few years ago, some major media outlets reported that the average attention span had shrunk from 12 seconds in the year 2000 to eight seconds today. While this BBC News story busted that myth, research has shown that people, especially Generation Z, are facing more distractions than ever before in light of increased usage of social media and smart devices. Add…

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Killing Your Inner Saboteur with Kindness

Killing Your Inner Saboteur with Kindness

Three ways to deal with negative self-talk You know that inner voice that turns all Debbie Downer with critical comments, trying to hold you back? In her book Thrive, Arianna Huffington refers to it as her “obnoxious roommate” while in the professional coaching world we often call it the inner saboteur. I’ve dealt with her…

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Want to Decrease Stress at Work? Take a Pause

Decrease Stress at Work

Four Ways to Immediately Diffuse Cumulative Stress Most of the time, I’m a relatively positive person. But right before leaving for a much-needed five-day vacation a few months ago, I had a meltdown that would have given a toddler a run for the money. During the previous few months, way too much time had been…

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17 Happy Couples Share Their Secrets to Staying That Way

You’re going to want to try the “One Thing Principle.” “‘Sleep-in Sundays.” My husband and I are up before 6:00 a.m. most mornings to exercise, we both work long hours and travel frequently. However, on Sundays, we don’t set an alarm or make plans for early workout classes. It’s just about being together without interruptions.”…

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How to master the art of self-advocacy

How to master the art of self advocacy

Five tips for unleashing your inner rock star at work through effective self-promotion Whether you’ve climbed to the top of the corporate ladder or have already made a splash just a few years into your career, advocating for yourself often doesn’t come easily, especially for women – and that hesitancy to self-promote can cost you…

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How to Get What You Want

How to Get What You Want

Six ways to claim success, happiness and the life you deserve Mick Jagger got it wrong. Unlike his refrain from the enduring Rolling Stones hit “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” believing that you can achieve the life you deserve and taking active steps to claim it is important in personal momentum. Here are…

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Want to thrive at work? Exercise might be the solution

Four reasons why exercise can create a competitive career advantage and jumpstart success I’ve seen a lot of smart people become “career activists,” networking like crazy, volunteering for extra assignments and diligently plotting their next move like a Grandmaster chess player about to checkmate their opponent’s king. However, even the individuals who would never miss…

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How I broke up with processed sugar

How I broke up with processed sugar

Saying goodbye to my lifetime frenemy helped me lose weight, gain more energy and sleep better The term “frenemy” probably conjures up images of Regina George from Mean Girls or the famous Sex and the City episode that introduced the concept of a friend on the surface who is really a backstabbing rival. I know…

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