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10 Days to Happiness and Success


Take some time this week to read through my ten day program about how to have a more successful, happy career and life. The truths you will discover over the ten days, if you choose to read a lesson a day, are simple to explain and profoundly difficult to practice.

So, consider the pursuit of happiness and success in work and life – a journey. These practices will get you started on that journey.

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4 Ways You’re Derailing Your Career


The worst kinds of career gaffes are those you do unintentionally. It’s easy to see why reaming out the boss or taking an unscheduled vacation might get you into hot water, but more subtle self-destructive behaviors can be just as damaging. Here are a few to watch out for.

1. You’re all business at the office

Read the source article at Alexandra Levit’s Water Cooler Wisdom

5 Steps to Get Your 401(k) in Shape for 2014


Rebalance your 401(k) account and increase your deferrals.

Read the source article at Business News and Financial News

7 Things You Should Expect From Your Leaders In 2014


Employees expect a lot from their leaders and when they don’t get what they expect they begin to lose trust and respect for their leader. As the workplace continues to transition from a knowledge to a wisdom-based environment, the requirements for great leadership are changing. For example, leaders must have greater emotional intelligence so they can connect more intuitively with their employees. They must become better listeners, opportunity enablers and exceptional coaches.

Read the source article at forbes.com

5 Must-Do Retirement and Tax Planning Tips


Do your 401(k) planning and tax planning before 2013 ends.

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The Five People Who Determine Your Success


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Anyone who has accomplished anything of significance didn’t do it alone. Neither should you. Think about the five people you spend the most time with and answer this blindingly simple yet imperative question: Do they make you better?

If they don’t, the question then becomes: Who does makes you better?

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8 Simple Ways To Be Kinder To Yourself In The New Year


We all want to be happier and healthier in the New Year, but getting there can be a bit elusive (or totally daunting). Here are a few simple (and science-backed) ways to be kinder to yourself and others in 2014. It turns out that beyond spending time on ourselves, keying in to the people around us may be an even more powerful way to get closer to a sense of happiness and well-being.

Meditate for a healthier brain

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