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What Are Your Financial Milestones?

Whether you’re just trying to avoid common money mistakes or have a unique milestone, you probably have at least one big financial goal you’re focused on. Do you have any money goals to reach by the time you’re a certain age?


Small, Achievable Goals Are Better Than Lofty Ones You'll Never Attempt

Everyone likes having big goals. Thinking about the things you want to do some day makes you feel good about your life, even if you’re not there yet. However, smaller, achievable goals may have a more realistic chance of getting you off your butt.


The Five Best Types Of Motivation For Long-Term Health Success

Motivation can come and go like a fart in the wind. If it doesn’t stick around long enough to push you toward your goals, then how does everyone else manage? First, accept that health and fitness are a learning process, like everything in life. Second, identify your motivators so you can tap into them when you need to.


A Road Map For Taking Your Running To The Next Level

When you laced up your shoes for the first time, you probably had a short term goal in mind: Finish this run. Do it again soon. Maybe work up to a short race. But if you like running, you’ll need a road map that takes you farther into the future. Here’s how to figure out what that goal is — and then get there.


The Five Fitness Mindsets: How To Stay Rational When You're Discouraged

We like to think we’re rational, but we’re not. Your ability to make decisions is affected by a slew of factors, including your emotional state. Here’s how to use the best of those feelings to make better decisions and achieve your fitness goals.


Taking The Plunge: How To Get Over Your Fear Of Failure

There’s an aspiring adventurer, entrepreneur or novelist in all of us. Yet when it comes to chasing after our goals and dreams we’re often too scared to take the leap. Fear holds us back. It destroys dreams. It kills productivity and, in all honesty, sucks the fun out of life.


Don't Use Goals To Force Creativity

We like to think that creativity is a spigot you can turn on and off, but it just doesn’t work that way for most of us. Over on FiveThirtyEight, they take a look at some of the research behind creativity and suggest shying away from using goals in an attempt to focus your ambition.


Jon Stewart's Best Career Lessons

Last week Jon Stewart flicked off the lights for the last time at The Daily Show, where he and his staff created a machine that delivered incisive political and media commentary through comedy for 16 years. Let’s take a look at how they did it and what we can learn.


How My Partner And I Overcame Our Money Issues And Learnt To Coexist

It’s important to be on the same page as your partner, but that doesn’t mean you have to agree on everything. When we first got together, my fiance and I had completely different money habits, and we fought about it all the time. Years later, we still have those different habits — but the fighting is gone. Here’s how we learned to coexist.


Use The Cancun Technique To Motivate Yourself To Save Money

Saving money is a hard goal to achieve if you don’t have a specific motivation behind it. If you’re having trouble finding the motivation to set aside money from your pay, try the Cancun Technique.


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