After you finish stuffing your face at your desk, instead of returning to work (or Facebook), spend a few minutes focused on improving you.
You'll probably be making one (or more) of these terrible — and common — New Year Resolutions. Here's how to make them stick.
It's easy to get trapped in a humdrum routine. Shake things up with one or more of these simple activities, lessons, experiments, and adventures.
Self improvement is hard. Start with these simple (but significant) improvements first, and see where they take you.
Just because you stopped working on your New Year's resolutions doesn't mean you can't start again. Follow this list to finish up 2013 right.
Self-improvement can be hard, especially if we imagine making a change that will last the rest of our lives. To make a change stick, try it for 30 days first.
Discover how you can become a better person today (and reap additional benefits like happiness, saving money, and helping the environment).
Firing and hiring are expensive, and you probably can't replace business partners and colleagues, but if you're willing to lead, and they're willing to improve, change is possible.
If you think you're underpaid, the folks at GetRaised are willing to bet $20 that they can help you get a raise within six months. Can it work?
Finding happiness doesn't have to mean completely overhauling your life. Discover simple steps you can take to improve your health and make your life more joyful.
The curse of momentum keeps us in our chairs, living lives we aren’t passionate about. Once stuck in a routine, it is easier to perpetually roll along in the same direction than it
One day when i was in fourth grade, my parents sat me down at the dining room table. Their faces were very concerned and it all seemed very serious; I thought I was in trouble. [more]
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