Tell me if you can relate to any of the following: You feel like you’re not qualified for your job or cut out for the work you do. You’re uncomfortable when praised for your success, because you feel like you haven’t earned it. You fear you’ll be “found out” and exposed for the fraud you are. If these sound like […]Continue reading

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“Manifest plainness, Embrace simplicity, Reduce selfishness, Have few desires.” – Lao Tzu A cluttered room makes us feel overwhelmed and unable to focus, according to this study published in The Journal of Neuroscience. But clutter not only impacts our mental processing, it also affects us on every level, including physical, emotional and spiritual. Clutter impacts […]Continue reading

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The world really wants us to count our blessings. News articles and blog posts tout the many benefits of gratitude, from improved health to better sleep and happier moods. Entrepreneurs and business behemoths like Oprah Winfrey swear by gratitude journals as a solution to stress and the secret to their success. But practicing gratitude doesn’t come naturally to everyone […]Continue reading

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Americans are taking less vacation time than ever before not only to show dedication, but also to simply keep up with the demands they face. Today being “crazy busy” is a way of life. This pressure to stay competitive combined with the 24/7, always-on reality has contributed to a well-documented rise in burn out. In fact, nearly 40 percent of employees […]Continue reading

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We’re all guilty of occasionally acting in passive-aggressive ways at work. We may use humor to deflect criticism, half-heartedly say yes when we mean no or signal disinterest by waiting days before replying to an email. Identifying passive aggressive people usually isn’t hard. They’re the colleagues whose snide comments make your blood boil. Their penchant to shift blame […]Continue reading

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