9 Personal Challenges to Advance Your Self-Growth

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If you could snap your fingers and create a picture-perfect future for yourself, what would it look like? Look beyond your initial thoughts of being a gazillionaire and owning all of the things. But if you can’t quite put those thoughts aside, with whom are you sharing that life? And how did you get there? … Read more

Control What You Can Control: 5 Strategies to Build This Mindset

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When I was pregnant with my daughter, I was an active member of an online group with 72 other expecting moms, which was appropriately titled January 2015— the month our babies were due.  Many members used the space during the time they were pregnant to create their “birth plan” and bounce ideas off of each … Read more

Reactive vs Proactive: 6 Habits to Be More Proactive in Life

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The first thing that comes to mind when I think of being proactive is the NYC firefighters on 9/11. They embody the idea of being proactive. They took it upon themselves to think strategically without wasting any time, they didn’t let feelings of being overwhelmed impact them, and they just went for it when they … Read more

21 Children’s Books to Teach the Growth Mindset

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Looking for the right book to teach your kid about a growth mindset? In today’s article, we’re sharing a curated list of growth mindset books that teach kids about the value of perseverance, hard work, making mistakes, and loving and believing in themselves. These books help cultivate resilience in our children. Resilience is a trait … Read more

Is Competition Healthy or Unhealthy? 7 Differences Between the Two

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Consider the common (albeit, often unspoken) competition between friends to have the nicest car, newest electronics, and most expensive clothes. I’m sure that you’re familiar with this phenomenon enough to know that it’s often coupled with feelings of jealousy, resentment, and discontent. Humans are naturally competitive and have an intrinsic drive to have a relative … Read more