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Personal Growth

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I took the next step and it's made all the difference.

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The more we practice micro-affirmations, the more automatic these little gestures become.

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Start your new year off right by acknowledging Who it is that guides all of our dreams and endeavors.

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Now is the time to resurrect those hopes and dreams and put them into action.

3 Important questions we should ask ourselves — and others — in the New Year

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How complaining limits you (and by you, I mean me)

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Always running late? That can be a good thing

Tardy people may have benefits that punctual people do not -- but is that the only thing that matters?

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