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3 Practical Lessons for Achieving Goals from Work Motivation Research

It’s not surprising most of us at least think about setting a resolution at the beginning of a new year. We’re wired to be goal-setters. Psychologists call goals the language of the brain that directs the brain’s executive function. The executive function allows us to plan instead of being slaves to instincts (which is a […]

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4 Purpose-Driven Resolutions Worth Making and Keeping

Over half of Americans state a resolution at the start of the new year. The percentage who make resolutions, but never post them on Facebook to let the world know, is arguably much higher. Unfortunately, research finds by the end of this first week of the year, 25 percent of resolutions will be unkept. After six months, over 55 […]

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The Benefits of Not Knowing What You’re Doing with Your Life

When I was in sixth grade, a teacher told me, “If you’re interested in everything, you won’t be good at anything.” I think that’s some of the worst advice I’ve ever heard. You may think you’re a complete mess because you don’t have a set path, dream job, or five-year plan (or you lost the […]

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