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17 Free Websites to Upgrade the Quality of Your Life Today

[ad_1] In the past decade, there has been a rise of amazing (and free) websites that can dramatically improve the quality of our lives. Not all of these websites are equal however. The best always rise to the top, and we don’t want to waste your time with websites that won’t deliver maximum results. From improving your health, learning a second language, to saving you more time, we’ve curated the top 17 free websites that will enhance your quality of life. Here they are… What you’ll get: Ability to easily track calories MyFitnessPal is a free personal assistant to helping you become the best shape possible. It tracks your calories, gives you tips, and gives you in-depth analytics about your...

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How to Start a BlogA Step-By-Step Guide

Brought to you by Matthew Loomis, you can visit his blog at http://www.buildyourownblog.net/ Building your own blog doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. You can get started today by following my simple, easy-to-follow steps here at Build Your Own Blog. In just a few hours, you can start using a functional, quality blog that gets results for your business or whatever your blogging goals may be. Build Your Own Blog is here for new bloggers as well as experienced blog owners who want to learn more about effective, results driven blogging. My name is Matthew Loomis, and I’ve been blogging professionally and for fun since 2005. I put together this total blog building program so that more people can get out...

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6 Questions to Help You Find Your Tribe

[ad_1] We make many choices that mold our personalities, but none are quite as important as the people we choose to be around. As motivational speaker Jim Rohn put it, we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. This doesn’t mean you’re not the architect of your personality — you just need to make smart choices about those surrounding you. Choosing good company can be a tricky balancing act. We need many things from our friends and associates, including competition, honest feedback, moral support, and good judgment. I am a competitive person, for instance, and like to surround myself with people who make me want to push a little harder or reach a little...

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Is Your Comfort Zone Really That Comfortable? 10 Facts You’re Not Quite Sure

[ad_1] “Comfort zone” is considered to be psychological space of a human being in which he feels relaxed. This zone is called comfortable due to the fact that everything that happens within it is predictable. Spending time in this space does not bring about strong emotions and feelings. Predictability allows using a limited set of behavioral reactions and does not require new decisions and actions. That is the moment you stay in the comfort zone when people find out nothing new for themselves, at the same time using only the knowledge and resources possessed. Comfort zone for adults The adoption of new solutions for adults is often associated with stress. It can be seen, for example, when purchasing goods or...

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33 Inspiring Walt Disney Quotes

[ad_1] When you need inspiration, who do you usually turn to?It’s normal for anybody to have someone they listen to whenever they need motivation. Some people turn to their family. Some pour their heart out to their friends, expecting great advice in return. Some look up to their bosses and expect them to share secrets to success with them. But aside from these people, you may have someone of influence whose story has inspired you in so many ways. You may not know these people of influence personally, but their words are enough to give you that boost you need to keep moving forward.Walt Disney is one of those great people that a lot of people look up to for...

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7 Things Highly Resilient People Don’t Do

[ad_1] Have you seen how some people end up being terribly depressed during tough times while others pick themselves up beautifully? The difference is resilience. Resilience is the ability to bounce back after a major adversity or tragedy. All of us experience pain. The pain might come from the loss of a loved one, a period of illness, personal conflicts or business failures or any other kind of trauma. In our attempt to lessen the pain, we sometimes turn to unhealthy behaviours. We choose to sympathise ourselves or envy others. Let me tell you a short story. As a young girl, Wilma Rudolph was stuck with a severe illness that left her paralysed. Her doctors said she would never be...

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One Simple Fix That Will Change Your Life

[ad_1] Transformation comes from the inside out. One simple step that has big consequences is being conscious of the food you eat. A simple way to invite meaning, experience and energy into your life is to adopt a spiritual sadhana (mindful discipline) of eating fresh foods from the spiritual science of Ayurveda, which is an ancient modality of holistic health and healing from India. Why not make feeding yourself fresh foods every day at each meal, a spiritual choice? Many of us spend more time choosing an outfit that makes us look thin or composing the perfect tweet than deciding what to put into our bodies. We look outwardly to fulfill our needs. We chase meaningful moments, but with a...

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6 Great Tools for Millennial Small Business Owners

[ad_1] Millennials have had internet access for a significant amount of time in their adult life. They’re so used to communicating and being productive online, which is why 85% of them prefer telecommuting over attending a physical office. As a result, they acquired a resourceful, independent, and growth-oriented mindset that’s driving fully-remote online businesses in the digital age.However, managing an online startup is just as challenging as running a brick and mortar business. Although online businesses have the advantages of lower overhead, easier staffing, and wider growth opportunities, you still need to master several tools that make remote productivity possible.Here are six of the best tools that millennials can use to stay ahead of their online business goals:Millennials are excellent in coming...

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Embrace the Number “15” to Accomplish Sustainable Weight Loss

[ad_1] I grew up in a family that ate a traditional Southern diet, and I watched as it contributed to diabetes, obesity, and disabilities among my loved ones. I realized that I needed to make changes to escape the devastating effects of poor diet and excess weight that ravaged my family. Through the years, I figured out how to lose excess weight for good. How did I do it? Not by starving myself or following ridiculous fad diets that eliminate entire food groups. Nor did I do it by pledging my soul to an extreme fitness program that required hours and hours in the gym each week. Instead, I’ve found that tracking servings — instead of calories, fat grams or...

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Episode 31: Planning Your Moonshot

[ad_1] The word “moonshot” is a term that comes from X (formerly Google X) and, as used here, simply means a daring, seemingly impossible mission. When most of the world is trying to go 10% bigger, a moonshot is something that is 10X bigger. Peter and Dan discuss a new tool Peter developed to help you take moonshots. In this episode: Dan tells the story of Peter’s first moonshot when achieving suborbital flight with the Ansari XPRIZE in 2004. Peter discusses his 5 Year Moonshot Planner and why all progress begins with telling yourself the truth. To download the tool, click here. Peter and Dan break down Peter’s 5-year moonshot for XPRIZE and how “chunking” a massive initiative into smaller,...

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