2017: The Time to Bury Bad Habits

Way too often we know the healthy things we should do in our lives such as eat right, reduce procrastination and exercise, yet we choose not to do them. We fall into bad habits more regularly, because our brains are wired for it. Eliminating simple barriers can put us on the road to success.

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Ways to Combat the Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder

When you have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), the holiday season can become something you dread rather than anticipate. There are many ways you can manage the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Test a few of these options and see which will allow you to best enjoy the holiday season.  

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The Bottom Line on Employee Stress Relief

Do your employees practice healthy stress relief? Someone’s bad day doesn’t stay isolated. Their misfortune spreads to others and loses for the company. Take simple measures to establish proper stress habits in your employees' lives. 

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Wearable Stress Notifications to Fight Procrastination

According to the American Psychological Association's annual stress report, American’s face harmful levels of stress due to inappropriate regulation techniques. While we lack the right habits, wearable devices are an easy option to build awareness of stress and track progress overtime. 

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On Feeling Lost

There are times where I feel completely lost. But like Seth indicates, sometimes when we're in a tight spot, it gives us the insight we need to move on. While stress can be painful, it is also an opportunity to re-orient.

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Open Letter to High Achievers

We accomplish goals to the best of our ability, but we constantly demands more of ourselves.  While we cling to the joy of reaching that goal, the course our mind takes to reach it is damaging and inefficient. What can we do to ease this discomfort and move forward?

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