Motivational Digest Week Ending 23 March 2013

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Motivational Digest Week Ending 23 March 2013 (Pacific Time):

Quiet the Critics:

Fake Pope Social Media Accounts:

Mood headphones:

6 Tips to be Happy in the Present Moment:

Learn to Forgive Yourself:

Can Meditation Change the World (terrific article on how the president of Mozambique used meditation to change his country):

The Empathetic Civilization (humans are naturally empathetic):

5 Tips to Manifest Joy:

10 Tips for Raising Super-healthy Kids:

5 Online Marketing Strategies for a Tight Budget:

8 Free Online Classes for Entrepreneurs:

New Chrome Experiment Turns Any Desktop Website into a 3-D Game:

Why You Should Be Nice to People:

Strengthen Your Inner Light:

Should you hit the snooze button?

Think Like an Olympian:

Counter-intuitive Things Most People Do:

4 Unique Working Styles:

Top 10 Dos and Don’ts for Onboarding a New CFO:

Lessons You Can Learn from Cats with Boxes:

The Blessings In Disguise We Don’t Realize We’ve Received:

Top 10 Motivational Books of All Time:

Quotations, Images, etc. Week Ending 23 March 2013:

Just because someone says they want to change doesn’t mean they will. Focus on yourself because you are the only person you know you can change. — Meg Bertini

Follow your own heart, not that of others. — Meg Bertini

What is a soul? It’s like electricity – we don’t really know what it is, but it’s a force that can light a room. — Ray Charles

Quick! Right now: Think of 3 things you appreciate. What are they? — Meg Bertini

The secret to your success is found in your daily routine. — John C. Maxwell

Courage is a muscle and you build it by doing the things that you’re afraid of. — Marie Forleo

Stir things up and embrace change if you don’t like what’s in front of you. — Meg Bertini

In taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy, but in passing it over, he is superior. — Francis Bacon (via Zen Quotes)

One of the best things I ever did for myself was learn to embrace change. — Meg Bertini

This moment was yesterday’s future. — Meg Bertini

Lose the thoughts that insult your soul. Soulseeds

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GoalsHappenHere Articles Week Ending 23 March 2013:

How to Fire an Employee: Firing an employee is almost as awful as being the one fired (unless you’re a big meanie!). Sometimes, though, it has to be done because an employee is simply not a good fit for your company. Here are a few ways to make it go as smoothly as possible.

How to Study Better: Studying goes beyond just scholastic work to other activities that require concentration, such as writing a big report for your company, getting a blog out, or writing a novel. Of course, if you’re a student, these tips will help you get that term paper cranked out

Finding Purpose and Passion without an Apocalypse: The Mayans predicted the world would end on the 21st of December 2012: Were you disappointed it didn’t? So maybe you didn’t want it to end, but were you secretly hoping for chaos? For a paradigm shift in your life and the world as a whole? For life to be stirred up beyond repair so you could go in a whole new direction? Here’s how to find purpose and passion without an apocalypse.

Motivational Digest Week Ending 16 March 2013

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