When I learned of Harvard-trained happiness researcher Shawn Achor's recommendations for training your brain to be more positive, I admit, I did a little eye-roll. I mean, watching your breath go in and
I think I can, I think I can, I think I can. The power of belief and repetition are underestimated. Your thoughts have more influence over your life than you realize. Interview any successful person and
My biggest piece of advice for anyone who wants to start running is "just start" – lace up your running shoes and go. The hardest part of any exercise program – especially running – is getting started.
When making change for healthier habits, focusing on one small change at a time is a much more manageable approach than trying to make major overhauls. Here are some favorites from my book “52 Small Changes
Breaking all your tasks into quadrants can help you become more strategic about how you work. For many of us, work can feel like a never-ending cycle of long meetings, overflowing inboxes, and urgent No
Got lots to do? Then a to-do list seems like the obvious solution. By getting it all down on paper, you can organize your tasks, make sure nothing is missed, and provide yourself the satisfaction of ticking
Say you're really determined to start going to the gym. So determined, in fact, that you're willing to follow oft-repeated expert advice and bribe yourself. "If I go three times a week for the whole month,