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Five Things You Can Do Today to Achieve Your Goals 
From the Editor / Lifestyle

Five Things You Can Do Today to Achieve Your Goals 

There is a lot more to achieving any goal than just having the goal. But it is a first step. You may wonder how some people seem so great at achieving their goals while other people aren’t so good at it. Part of the reason why some people fail is […]

Changing Your Mind – Its Not a Bad Thing
From the Editor / Health & Wellness / Mental Health

Changing Your Mind – Its Not a Bad Thing

When it comes to changing your mind, do you view that as a negative? In other words, do you have the perception of someone changing his or her mind as being indecisive or weak? Well, there are several reasons why changing your mind can, in fact, be a positive event. […]

Teaching Athletes to Win On and Off the Field: Leave a Legacy by Helping Young People Live Their Purpose with Clarity, Character, and Confidence
From the Editor / Leadership

Teaching Athletes to Win On and Off the Field: Leave a Legacy by Helping Young People Live Their Purpose with Clarity, Character, and Confidence

If you want young people to perform their very best now and forever, help them discover their Life Word and watch them soar! Authors Dan Britton, Jimmy Page, and Jon Gordon explain how coaches can help young people develop their legacies today and create talented, passionate, and purposeful adults tomorrow. It’s […]

WOMEN PREFER A FINGERS SNAPPING EMOJI, MEN WANT A BEER CAN
From the Editor / Technology / Web Resources

WOMEN PREFER A FINGERS SNAPPING EMOJI, MEN WANT A BEER CAN

Did you know:  >> 13% of Americans wish there were more sexy emojis. To explore the growing role emojis play in our lives, artsy emoji distribution and monetization platform MojiLaLa [www.mojilala.com] ran the 2017 State of Emoji National Survey—a quirky poll that asked 1,000 Americans about their emoji preferences. Key findings include: A. […]