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Posts Tagged: habits
If your days are hectic from the first buzzing of your alarm clock to the time that you collapse into bed at night, you will benefit from creating a morning routine. Use this list to establish good habits that will ease you into the day.
Developing healthy work habits isn’t easy but it is possible.
I’ve got a lot of goals. Too many, if you ask my husband – and he’s probably right. I love to shoot for the moon when I set goals, but most of the time I’m trying to launch a dozen rocket ships at once – which is overwhelming, counterproductive, and normally causes all of them toRead… Read more »
In his book, The Compound Effect, Darren Hardy says that if you do simple, little, daily habits, that over time you will wind up successful. When you make small but intentional changes in your life daily, there is a compounding effect that leads to the satisfaction you desire. The key is to do this DAILY. YouRead… Read more »
You’ve got the best intentions, but let’s be honest – at the end of a long, draining day’s work, who really has the energy to hit the gym or hop on a treadmill? Yeah, me neither. Research suggests that you’re more likely to stick to an exercise routine if you schedule it in the morning,Read… Read more »
Am I writing a bunch of leadership gobbledygook in my GovLoop blog? I had to stop and ask myself this question after reading a Harvard Business Review article entitled “The Trouble With Leadership Theories,” by Doug Sundheim. This short, but poignant article draws attention to the ways we toss leadership jargon, or as we sayRead… Read more »