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How to Be Happy When Everything Goes Wrong

In the summer of 2010, Rachelle Friedman was preparing for one of the best periods of her life. She was recently engaged, surrounded by her best friends, and enjoying her bachelorette party. Friedman and her friends were spending the day at the pool when one of them Read More...

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The Downside of Work Life Balance

One way to think about work-life balance is with a concept known as The Four Burners Theory. Here's how it was first explained to me: Imagine that your life is represented by a stove with four burners on it. Each burner symbolizes one major quadrant of your Read More...

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Achievement can be a good thing or bad thing

However, our obsessive focus on what we're winning can also blind us from understanding how, precisely, people become winners. If you focus too much on the finish line, you miss the strategy going on during the race. In moderation, this focus on what is fine. I like Read More...

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Do More of What Already Works

Three months after it began, the procedure had cut the infection rate of I.C.U. patients by sixty six percent. Within 18 months, this one method had saved 75 million dollars in healthcare expenses. Best of all, this single intervention saved the lives of more than 1500 people Read More...

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The Goal is Not the Points Line

Other areas of the map are foreign to you. These yet-to-be-explored regions are home to the milestones in life that you can imagine reaching, but that have eluded you thus far. This undiscovered portion of the map is where your hopes and goals and dreams live. These Read More...

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Tiny Losses Make Big Gains Avoid

In the decades that followed World War II, the manufacturing industry in America thrived. For years, American companies grew in size and profitability‚ÄĒeven though they produced many products of average quality. This gravy train began to slide off the tracks in the 1970s. Japanese firms implemented a Read More...

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How Experts Practice Better Than the Rest

My dad and I were standing in the front yard. Maybe that's why I remember it. We typically practiced baseball in the backyard, but for some reason we were out front that day. I was around 9 years old and learning how to pitch. My dad was Read More...

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A Different Way of Thinking About Productivity

According to Callas, Steve Jobs discovered a loophole in the California vehicle registration laws. Anyone with a new car had up to six months to get a proper license plate for their new vehicle. During the first six months, however, you could simply drive the vehicle without Read More...

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You Need To Be To Become A Successful

How intelligent do you need to be to become a successful entrepreneur? How good does your training program need to be to become an elite athlete? How perfect does your weight loss program need to be to burn fat? These are questions that we don't often ask Read More...