Procrastinator No More!

Written by Kenia Morales

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•Motivate yourself by keeping in mind why you need to complete this task, of what problem you would get rid off? Or what will be accomplished? •Find out what will motivate you to complete a certain task. For example some people rather complete a project with a group. •Manage your time effectively, like that you can schedule relax or fun time also. Extracurricular activities will not get onrepparttar way of your duties. •Set effective goals, do not only define your goal but, also add a time frame in which you would like to accomplish it. •Take one step at a time. For example: I do not have enough time to cleanrepparttar 142530 entire house but, I will fix a room or two today and continue tomorrow. •Always keep in mind a special procrastination quote. Here is one I particularly like: “Don't wait. The time will never be just right.” By Napoleon Hill


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Does Money Buy Happiness?

Written by Gayla Swihart DeHart

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6. Enjoy momentary pleasures. Stop and smellrepparttar roses. Seriously. When you see a flower, don’t walk on by. Stop. Look at its beauty. Smell it, and enjoy. When you go for a massage, don’t think about allrepparttar 142501 things you have to do after, just focus on how nice it feels to be pampered at that moment.

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8. Forgive people who have wronged you. You don’t have to forget, just forgive. It takes a lot of energy hanging onto grudges and bad feelings. Think of allrepparttar 142508 happy things you could so with all that freed up energy!

9. Learn how to be more optimistic. Yes, you can learn how. You need to pay careful attention to your thoughts so you can inspect them and refuterepparttar 142509 ones that aren’t working for you. This takes practice, and don’t be afraid to ask for help with this one.

10. Get a coach to help you implement systematic (and fun) strategies for improving your happiness and well-being

It is widely agreed that there is a natural set-point range within which our happiness levels are likely to fall, and this is unique for each of us. But with knowledge and practice, we are able to ensure that we spend most of our time atrepparttar 142510 uppermost limits of our happiness range. Courses and coaching are available and measurable results have been proven to work. Go to for more information on a teleclass series (you just have to get onrepparttar 142511 phone) that can help you increase get happier immediately.

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