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5 Things To Do After You Screwed Up Big Time

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

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  So you screwed up big time. Now you feel guilt, shame, and anger towards yourself. All of us make mistakes, but big mistakes can be difficult to overcome. Especially when you’ve hurt someone you care about. Instead of falling into deep despair and letting this bad moment define you and your future, follow these […]

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Why Every New Mother Should See a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

When immersed in the fog of new motherhood, adding one more item to the list can seem daunting, but if there’s one appointment that every mother should attend after giving birth, it’s an assessment with a pelvic health physiotherapist or pelvic health physical therapist (PHPT). Many women are surprised to hear that this specialty of […]

The post Why Every New Mother Should See a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist appeared first on Girls Gone Strong.

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Longing for Quiet in a Noisy World: How I Found Myself (and Peace) in Silence

“Silence is not the absence of something but the presence of everything.” ~Gordon Hempton

Years ago, when I first started my emotional healing journey, I was longing to reconnect with who I truly was and free my mind of all …

The post Longing for Quiet in a Noisy World: How I Found Myself (and Peace) in Silence appeared first on Tiny Buddha.

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5 Ways to Stay Happier and More Engaged at Work

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Work life takes up a pretty solid portion of the day for a lot of people. The bulk of each day, week, month, year, and life is spent working. For that reason, it’s important to take happiness at your job seriously. Engagement has a lot to do with happiness and vice versa. In order to […]

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Henry Ford and the Problem of Customer-ization

Last month, while on vacation, I read Bhu Srinivasan’s excellent book, Americana: A 400-year History of American Capitalism. Srinivasan’s epic work paints a panoramic picture of U.S. capitalism and entrepreneurship. And for small businesses, two big insights jump out at you. One, I discuss in this blog post—the problem of customer-ization which Henry Ford solved. […]

The post Henry Ford and the Problem of Customer-ization appeared first on Evergreen Small Business.

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It’s Okay to Be Who You Are – Forget Approval and Show Your True Colors

“Don’t trade your authenticity for approval.” ~Unknown

How often do you find yourself doing things just because you have to and not because you want to? I’m not talking about the hard work we do to improve at our jobs …

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