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5 Procrastination Pitfalls That Kill Your Productivity

Do you ever wonder how hours can go by and you still don’t get enough done? More than a few of those days can turn your to-do list into a never-done list leading you to believe you lack focus, motivation and self-discipline. If you can relate, then stop being so hard on yourself and keep reading to turn your to-do list into a TA-Done list. What you need to know is there are 5 pitfalls most people with unfinished to-do lists aren’t aware of. As a result, they procrastinate, worry about being unproductive and constantly feel behind. I’ve been there and it’s no way to live. The great news is you can get ahead of these pitfalls so you feel...

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The One Trick to Stop Comparing Yourself to Others and Enjoying Your Life Now More Than Ever

If you’re like most people, you enjoy your life a lot more when you feel confident and happy about what you’ve got going on. Today’s Enjoy Your #SocialLife Challenge will help you make the next 12 months more amazing than the past 12 months. (Fortunately there is no limit to the amount of joy and happiness you can experience in any area of your life … no matter what has been true for you up until this point.) Alright, let’s do this! When you hear about updates and accomplishments from friends, family members, coworkers or colleagues, do you ever feel you can’t help but start to compare yourself and think you should be much further ahead by now: “All my...

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Hope Will Only Take You so Far: Do THIS for Lasting Results

If you’ve resolved to do better in the New Year, I want to help you follow through and make it happen without compromising your work or personal life.  Research shows that of the people who set goals to do better in the New Year, 75 percent stay on track through the first week.  71 percent stay on track for two weeks. 64 percent stay on track for one month. 46 percent stay on track for six months. If you’ve set a goal to make your life better in some way, these statistics aren’t very promising.  Want to make sure you’re one of the 46 percent who stay on track for six months, or even better — the 8 percent who actually...

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How Successful People Find Balance

If you feel like you’re constantly behind no matter how hard you work, The SOCIAL Life’s Natasha Lindor is here to help you feel balanced and further ahead (even when you’ve got unfinished to-dos). If you’re like most driven people, you’re all about getting things done. Your days start and end with checking things off your list, and you take pride in being organized and productive. The problem is that there will always be something more to do. When you’re a high-achieving go-getter, there is never an “end.” Just thinking about all that you could or “should” be doing makes you feel miserable. (And, who wants to add misery?) The good news is that this month’s Enjoy Your #SocialLife Challenge will shift...

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The One Strategy You Need to Manage a Flurry of Invites

If you’re swimming in invites these days, you aren’t  alone.   This time of year through the end of the summer usually means an increase in social invites and planning: baby showers, wedding showers, weddings, summer vacations, festivals and long weekend trips … on top of all the “regular” stuff on your plate like going to work, eating, working out, laundry and being there for loved ones. No matter how ambitious you are, there are still 24 hours in any one day. BUT you always have a choice in how you feel during those hours. How you spend your 24 hours is the difference between: how happy and unhappy you are how relaxed and stressed you are embracing life and just getting...

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