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Why Is Work-Life Balance Important? 3 Ways the Cumulative Effects of Burnout Is Bad for You…

admin | April 24, 2017 | 3 mins 3 secs read

There’s a lot of talk these days about work-life balance. However, work-life balance has become little more than a buzz word (or buzz-phrase). Work-life balance sounds good to preach, but is hardly ever practiced. For greatest productivity, health, and happiness, work-life balance must be aggressively pursued. It can’t just be something mentioned or discussed. When […]

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How Achievers Get Their Goals Instead of Merely Setting Them

SIYP TEAM | April 19, 2017 | 6 mins 9 secs read

Research gathered by Locke, Shaw, Karyll, Saari, and Latham, published in The Psychological Bulletin in 1981 found that people who set challenging and very specific goals increased their likelihood of achievement versus those who set ambiguous and easy goals.  In an achievement based society where millennials strive for their own personal You Economy, Generation X […]

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Avoid the Average Success Coach…Seek Greatness

admin | April 17, 2017 | 4 mins 8 secs read

Success coaching as a term – or as an industry – often gets a bad rap. It seems everywhere you turn, there is another “success coach” who wants to convince you they either are – or have – the answer to all that ails you. From personal success coaches, to sports success coaches, to relationship […]

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A Credibility Enhancing Why

SIYP TEAM | April 12, 2017 | 2 mins 26 secs read

Wall Street Journal, and NPR, expert, Greg Hague knows a thing, or two, about disrupting industries. He coaches thousands of realtors to change the way they list and show homes to catapult their success. Drawing upon his own experience as an attorney and a realtor, Hague, likes to deconstruct the norm starting with asking some […]

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5 Strategies to Step Into Your Power™ and Stop Allowing People to Deter Your Progress

SIYP TEAM | April 11, 2017 | 4 mins 23 secs read

Let me know if this feels familiar – you have a call with a person who criticizes your actions and suddenly you feel deflated.  You ruminate on it for days feeling no self-worth and vacillating from anger to pity.  Perhaps you are at work and your boss calls you in for a sudden chastising of […]

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Decision Fatigue: 5 Ways to Combat the Negative Effects of Decision Fatigue on Productivity

admin | April 10, 2017 | 4 mins 7 secs read

Decision fatigue is a term coined by social psychologist Roy F. Baumeister. It’s loosely based on a Freudian concept that decision-making involves an expenditure of “self” or “ego” energy – of brain power – of which there is a limited cumulative supply. Further, this limited energy meant self-control was also finite. For example, Freud contended […]

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