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Free Ebook: The Kaizen Plan for Reducing Holiday Stress

Is your holiday season starting to get hectic? The Kaizen Plan for Reducing Holiday Stress is full of tips for handling everything from entertaining to shopping to visiting family. Download your free copy here: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/105672 Pass it on, and help … Continue reading

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The “Imagine It” Test – A Quick Diagnostic for Goal-Setting

Want to know how likely it is that you’re going to achieve a particular goal? Take the “imagine it” test: spend a few moments imagining yourself doing the things that would get you closer to your goal. Can you see … Continue reading

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9 Strategies for a Happier Holiday Season

“Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance.” –Dr. Samuel Johnson I’m guest blogging this week at Ye Olde Inkwell, the blog of Michelle Miles, about nine strategies for a happier holiday season. Please stop by and say … Continue reading

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Are You Asking the Right Questions?

Have you heard of Rilke, the Austrian poet-philosopher? I’d like to share one of my favorite quotes from his work with you: …I would like to beg you dear Sir, as well as I can, to have patience with everything … Continue reading

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Two Strategies That Make Getting Organized Easier

This week’s post includes excerpts from The Kaizen Plan for Organized Authors: Take Control of Your Writing Career 10 Minutes at a Time. If you read last week’s post, you know that I was never taught how to organize my … Continue reading

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Are You Programmed to be Disorganized?

This week’s post includes an excerpt from The Kaizen Plan for Organized Authors: Take Control of Your Writing Career 10 Minutes at a Time. Take a minute to think about the home you grew up in. Was it neat or … Continue reading

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Hard-Wired for Clutter–How to Overcome Ownership Bias

Have you ever cleaned out your garage (or attic, or closet) intending to pass on your never-used possessions, only to find that you can’t bear to part with most of it? Some of those items had sentimental value, and others … Continue reading

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Eat Healthier, Starting With Foods You Already Like

This week’s post includes an excerpt from The Kaizen Plan for Healthy Eating: Take Control of Your Diet 10 Minutes at a Time. There are a lot of books out there on how to eat healthy. They’re tempting, aren’t they? … Continue reading

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