You may not realize it in the muck and the mire of the day-to-day, but you have a crazy amount of things to be grateful for. Here’s how to remember that.
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Self-improvement shouldn’t make you feel miserable; it should make you feel empowered, optimistic and excited. If it doesn’t, you’re doing something wrong.
You have to allocate your time and energy to the things that give you the most personal ROI — and allow you to give the most ROI to the world around you.
The Way Things Are is, quite frankly, a shitty story to live by. So why do so many of us resign ourselves to it?
You can’t get quality advice in a few-line email exchange. Here’s how to really get the help you need (without it costing you a small fortune).
It’s so easy to dismiss the importance of the small actions we take each day in pursuit of our goals. But each one is a triumph, and each one deserves celebration.
Feeling weak, tired, broken or just plain not OK doesn’t mean you’re somehow less-than. It just means you’re human.
Creating a kickass life takes an awful lot more than emulating the right morning routine.
Are you spending so much time chasing your Next Big Thing you’re neglecting all the good things you already have?
Your demons are mean, gruesome and ridiculous, and I want to help you sock them square in their filthy little jaws.
None of this will help you rock your biz or quit your day job. But it just might help make your life a little more awesome.
A collection of some of my favorite inspirational quotes to make your day (slash-life) a little better.
While we pay lip service to the pursuit of happiness, most of us have no clue what to do with it if it actually comes our way. Here’s how to get over that.
New Year’s resolutions are worth jack shit in the real world. Here’s what you really need to change your life this year.
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Loosing a client with no notice can be devastating for a freelancer’s bottom line. Here’s how to shore yourself up to weather a sudden loss.
Going from point A to point B is uncomfortable for a while. But you have to go through the icky transitional phase in order to realize any real change.
When you come upon this kind of horribleness, you have two choices: engage, or try to add something better to the world.
If you notice any of these warning signs creeping into your periphery, take heed — you’re on the way to Burnout City. Here’s how to escape.