"Winning is habit. Unfortunately, so is losing." - Vince Lombardi. This is why you should never slow down when you have the momentum. Keep shooting for the moon! This is my philosophy! Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
This article is by staff writer April Dykman. For years I’ve tried to keep a daily meditation habit. Every time I read a new study about how meditation can improve your health, I vow to start again and to do it every day. Sadly, the habit lasts for about a week. But I recently learned [...]
We've talked before about 5 Small Daily Practices That Add Up to a More Satisfying Home Life. But are there things you might be doing every day in your home that are having a negative effect in your life — like maybe sapping your energy...Show More Summary
This recent article outlined the most difficult pitfall for agent's to avoid: losing your business plan in the chaos of the transaction. Often, agents find it harder and harder to return to their original good habits of daily prospecting and follow-ups. Show More Summary
Blended families are beautiful but they can also be stressful. Everyone’s learning each other’s likes and dislikes, habits and quirks while maintaining the new daily routine. The stress can spill over to vacations as well, especially if you’re a newly blended family. Here are a few tips to help you manage the stress on your Keep Reading ?
Choosing to live healthy isn't always a cakewalk, which is why we partnered with thinkThin protein bars to commiserate your daily struggles. We're right there with you. It's a real challenge to give up bad habits, especially ones that we do every day without even thinking about it. Show More Summary
Jawbone's UP app, which the company recently announced would be available for free whether you have one of its fitness trackers or not, is excellent at telling you about your daily habits. As it turns out, Jawbone's food-logging platform can also be used to make conclusions about large-scale nutrition trends as well. Show More Summary
What's more likely to kill you: little hassles or major stressful life events? Dr Jeremy Dean is a psychologist and author of PsyBlog. His latest book is "Making Habits, Breaking Habits: How to Make Changes That Stick" Related articles: Can...Show More Summary
Whether or not you realize it, what you do on a daily basis forms the core of who you are and how successful you are in life. Recently, I read an article listing the routines of top CEOs, world leaders, stars, and other notable figures. Show More Summary
Last week the Daily Beast trolled the entire internet with an article claiming, absurdly, that "the Upper East Side is now cooler than Brooklyn." In so doing, it epitomized one of the media's worst habits: treating the entirety of Brooklyn as if it were only a few of its neighborhoods, and all of its wildly diverse 2.5 million residents as...
At one point in the most recent New York Times “Sunday Routine” column highlighting the weekend habits of xojane.com founder-editor Jane Pratt, the following paragraph can be found: (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
The Temporary Plan As I’ve revealed in recent blog posts, there are two types of planning I swear by. The first is daily planning, in which I give every hour of my day a job. The second is weekly planning, where I figure out how to extract the most work from each week. These are […]
You start strong, with great intentions, but soon that new habit falls to the wayside. Here's how to cement it into your daily life. We truly are creatures of habit. Read Full Story
Web: You can maintain a good habit by charting a success streak. We've talked about this before, known more commonly as the "Don't Break the Chain" Method. Bania.io helps you log this streak with nothing more than a daily email. Read more...
Staying on target is one of the biggest challenges with content marketing. Take the time to clarify your big objectives, and then shift your focus to creating a system that supports your success.
The 'Daily Show' went in-depth on Michael Sam's showering habits.
Jon Stewart took ESPN to task over its awkward coverage of Rams rookie Michael Sam's shower habits on "The Daily Show." After showing a clip of ESPN's shower coverage, Stewart asked, “Why would his teammates feel uncomfortable showering...Show More Summary
The Daily Show skewered ESPN for its report on Michael Sam's showering habits Wednesday night (Senior NFL Shower Correspondent in fact sounds like one of the Daily Show's fake titles), as if they'd expected him to be singing show tunes and bingewatching Bravo. (ESPN later apologized.) "Michael Sam's gay," Stewart said. "Are we not over this yet?"
On last night's Daily Show episode, Jon Stewart and correspondent Samantha Bee lampooned ESPN's recent coverage of Michael Sam's shower habits with his St. Louis Rams' teammates by further examining why Sam might not be adjusting to locker room culture...
The network reported on the showering habits of the NFL's first openly gay player