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How to Reach Success Using Creative Visualization

If you want to succeed, you have to believe you can. You might think about being successful and reaching your goals all the time, but our life and the circumstances we find ourselves in often have another plan for us every single day. In case you didn’t know, what you usually think up is what you ultimately […]

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How to Succeed During the “Courtship” of an Interview

With the holiday lull well behind us and the first hiring season of 2015 already in gear, many people are prepping themselves for one of the most nerve-racking situations that they hope will connect them with the job of their dreams. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve been in the workforce for twenty years or just […]

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Letter from the Editor: Live Everyday with Intention

It’s hard to believe anything worthwhile can come out of challenging times when you’re suffering the pangs of a moment while the abyss of darkness seems eternal, and through these hard times you clearly see not just what needs to be done, but the type of person you want to be. If you change the way you look at things in life, the things you look at will change.

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No Substitute: Is Positive Thinking Holding You Back?

If you can dream it, you can achieve it.

I’ve had that little slogan in my life in one form or another for as long as I can remember. Sometimes it’s been on a poster, sometimes it’s just been written in a planner. A variation of it geared towards body weight was even stuck to the mirror of my junior high school’s nurse’s office (with a hippo imagining herself a giraffe and the words “think thin!” emblazoned along the bottom.) The message was clear: if you can visualize yourself being successful you will be.

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