Editor’s Notebook 254

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week THIS is how you manifest correctly. Love this tough love advice about imagining “the bridge.” The Most Common “Root” Issue I See With Anxious Clients. It’s…

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60 Days Left of 2021. Let’s Make ’em Count!

There are only 60 days left of 2021. You (like many of my clients) might be thinking, “Good riddance!” This year has been tough in so many ways, and more than a few of my friends and clients have lost their jobs or had their hours severely reduced. Maybe you’re looking for answers and reassessing…

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Editor’s Notebook 253

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week What to Do If Your Boss Insists You Come Back to the Office. You might not feel safe going to the office yet, so figure out…

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Feeling Stuck? Here Are 4 Ways to Take Control of Your Life

Things are often out of your control in life, and stressful situations are bound to happen. You might feel overwhelmed and stuck with no direction. Moving forward requires taking care of yourself first and dealing with your finances, home, work, and health before devoting your time to someone or something else. Here are 4 ways…

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4 Steps to Become the Best Version of Yourself

Becoming the best version of yourself involves stripping away thoughts, beliefs, and opinions you were taught to believe that don’t support your success. You’re capable of more than your limiting beliefs want you to believe, and with a little effort, you can be successful at any of your big goals. Here are 4 simple steps…

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6 Proactive Steps to Prevent Employee Burnout

The corporate world can take its toll on those working in it, and stressful work hours often cause burnout and resentment. Of course, the company must produce results, but overworked employees make more mistakes, miss more deadlines, and are more likely to quit. That doesn’t bode well for your bottom line. It’s in everyone’s best…

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