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'You Can't Have A Dollar Without A Penny'

You can’t buy anything with a penny these days, but, as the quote above drives home, every penny absolutely counts.

'Maybe A Little Less Stress Is A Better Deal Than A Little More Money'

As we head into the new year, new responsibilities and new plans are on tap for a lot of people’s careers. Before you tackle anything new, product manager Ankur Shukla reminds us that sometimes stress level is the most important thing to consider.

'Time Is Everyone's Most Valuable Asset, Not Just Yours'

Time is something we all wish we had more of, but it’s unfortunately a finite resource. Whether you’re trying to be less flaky, or you can’t seem to ever be on time for anything, it can help to remember that time is valuable for everyone.

'If You're Not Embarrassed When You Ship Your First Version, You Waited Too Long'

Listen up, creators: Don’t wait until that thing you’re making is “perfect” or absolutely finished. Ship version 1.0 when it’s good enough but you might even be embarrassed by it.

Sometimes Dinner Is Just 'Good' And Isn't Any Sort Of Revelation

Learning to cook for yourself at home is a valuable skill that can save you money and make others happy. The learning process can be daunting, but getting better just means doing it, not cooking the best meal of your life every time.

'If You Want To Be Interesting, You Have To Be Interested'

No one wants to be considered dull, whether you’re meeting new people or trying to impress familiar ones. The quote above from Steal Like An Artist author Austin Kleon reminds us that the key to becoming a more interesting person is to become more interested.

The Best Way To Stop Worrying About Money Is To Pay More Attention To It

62% of us worry so much about money that it wrecks our sleep. Needless worrying doesn’t do us any good, but paying more attention to our finances might actually help us worry less about money.

'The Secret To Being Liked Is To Like Other People'

Everyone wants to be liked, but some people are more immediately likeable than others, it seems. The secret to getting people to like you: Like other people.

'The Opposite Of Success Is Not Failure, It's Apathy'

We all want to be successful, but sometimes the fear of failure prevents us from trying new things. As Dr. Jason Fox points out, that makes us apathetic, which doesn’t get us anywhere.

'Sometimes Procrastination Is Really Information.'

We’re trained to think procrastination is a bad thing, but sometimes, it can actually be useful. Sometimes, looking at it deeply can reveal a problem, says Jan Yager, author of Put More Time On Your Side.

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