So you’re on a diet and you ate some donuts. Steve Siebold will tell you what to do.
Strengths and weaknesses. We all have them. What one person might define as strengths, another person would call weaknesses. When you think of strengths, you may think of confidence, trustworthiness, assertiveness and good listening skills. Weaknesses might be rudeness, selfishness, and a complaining or negative attitude. Our strengths and weaknesses are as unique as we are. […]
One of the biggest things holding back most people from losing weight and getting healthy are the myths and misconceptions they have about dieting. We live in a time where, sadly, societal brainwashing influences so much of what we do. This is true when it comes to losing weight and getting fit. There are so […]
The world’s eyes are on Sochi as the greatest athletes compete for the gold medal in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Perhaps it’s the thrill of competition, watching an athlete put on a graceful performance or maybe it’s simply feeling patriotic and cheering on America’s athletes. There is also another very important, yet often overlooked reason […]
The rich are getting richer! New numbers show the top 1 percent took their biggest share since 1928 last year, and the share held by the top 10 percent of earners last year reached a record 48.2 percent. While the wealthiest people lost more than 36 percent in the Great Recession, their ability to make it all […]
Do you have a goal you want to achieve? Maybe you want to be healthier. Or have more confidence. Or, maybe you want to be in a better relationships. Whatever it is, achieving a goal isn’t always easy. Research shows that only eight percent of people are actually successful in achieving their goals. So how can […]