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President's Physical Fitness

How Grade School Gym Class Messed Up My Life

You may remember the President’s Physical Fitness Test. A couple of times a year school-age kids were required to participate in specific exercise challenges to determine a level of fitness. Some kids were great at it. Other kids, like me, were scarred for years, even decades, from the torturous experience. Sounds like an overreaction doesn’t it?

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be in the present

Be in the Present and Be Happier

A Harvard study resulted in the finding that humans are thinking about the past or the future – meaning not in the present -an eye-popping 47% of the time.

If a person sleeps seven hours a night, that leaves 17 remaining hours. Fully eight of those are spent not being in the present.

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confrontation to conversation

How to shift from confrontation to conversation

In a conversation, misunderstanding and disagreements can happen before both people have even had a chance to speak.

It happens because we’re smart and thinking ahead. We interpret what the person has said to have a deeper meaning that the words that were uttered.

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business is personal

Business is personal and nothing will change that

Business is personal – which was the original premise of LinkedIn.

When LinkedIn first came to be it was a platform to list and stay connected with the businesspeople you know, like and trust. If someone else you knew wanted to meet someone on your list, they could reach out to you to request a warm introduction. A lovely, civil and genuine way to build relationships.

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The No-Nonsense Guide To Ditching Time Management Stress

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