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  • I get that many (most?) people are convinced they’ll never understand the difference between “who” and “whom.” If you fall into that group, here’s a way to look at “who vs. whom” that might shed some light: WHO is a subject, so if in a similar structure you would use I, HE, SHE, WE, or THEY, use WHO. To illustrate, the following are similar structures: WE live on that street. We are the people W...

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  • Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness "Don't be pushed by your problems. Be led by your dreams." -Ralph Waldo Emerson [Tweet this.] | [Share on Facebook.] While watching a 4th of July parade earlier this month, I spent a few minutes chatting with a young man entering his senior year in college. I asked if he was excited to graduate and begin using all he'd learned in the past 20 or so years...

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  • The concept of innovation can be completely overwhelming. Images of Edison inventing the light bulb or Henry Ford revolutionizing manufacturing push the idea of innovation outside the reach of us mere mortals. If we define innovation as a gigantic, change-the-world, cure-cancer type breakthrough, the concept is relegated to a select few: billionaires, mad scientist inventors, CEO's, and super-geni...

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  • Captain Jim Lovell was the Spacecraft Commander of Apollo 13. The mission was meant to be the third moon landing attempt, but infamously was cut short when a tank exploded. Don’t miss hearing this epic piece of history from the man who lived it. Jim Lovell also shares how he attained his dream of becoming an astronaut in spite of growing up poor and fatherless during the Great Depression. Jim’s u...

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  • People feel an obligation to help others in need. Harvard Business School Professor Felix Oberholzer-Gee did an experiment (similar but different than the Robert Cialdini experiment I wrote about a few weeks ago). Oberholzer-Gee asked people if he could cut in line and found the more he offered to pay, the more people said yes. But no one would actually take his money. They just wanted to help. T...

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  • If you've been doing a ton of work on yourself by changing routines and bad habits or taking courses about self-improvement and your partner isn't supportive or excited about growing with you, this post is for you. In 1994, when I first met my husband Chris, he was participating in a three-day seminar about personal […] The post You’re Growing, but the People in Your Life Are Not. Here’s What to D...

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  • If you're looking to buy a new knife, the choices seem limitless. A 21-function Swiss Army knife will run you around $39 bucks, less than $2 per blade. The all-purpose tool is versatile, but none of the functions represent the highest in quality. On the other end of the spectrum, there's the Ao-Ko Mizu Honyaki Yanagi sushi knife. This single blade is terrible for peeling an apple or chopping lettu...

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  • An Iowa Community Reminds Us to 'Live Like Line' "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." - John F. Kennedy A simple song played in my mind all summer as a 14-year-old. While shooting hoops in our backyard, soaring into the air (3 inches above the ground) and hitting the game winning jumper in some imagined game 7...

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  • The Miracle Season is a major motion picture based on the true story of Coach Kathy Bresnahan (played by Helen Hunt) leading her volleyball team, against all odds, to a state championship after their captain and all-star player, Caroline Found, passed away tragically before the season began. That time you wished you were seeing the movie in the PREVIEW instead of the one you were there to actually...

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  • Effective today, National Speakers Bureau, Inc (Chicago, IL) becomes a division of Premiere Speakers Bureau (Nashville, TN). National will continue to schedule events through their brand for the foreseeable future, while all back-end operations are integrated. National agents will remain based in Chicago, while accounting, and marketing will be performed at the Nashville headquarters (Left to rig...

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  • How do you celebrate the milestones and mile markers of your life? Are the big moments really extraordinary? Or, do ordinary moments possess comparable potential? In this short video Dan offers some perspectives from turning 50 to help you appreciate where you are, as well as what you’ve achieved.

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  • I recently completed a screenwriting program to learn how to adapt one of my novels for film. One night the instructor brought up the concept of outlines, and I found myself leaning forward to hear his thoughts. In the eight books I’ve written, not once have I worked from a detailed outline, and I’ve always wondered if I was going about it wrong. Would my stories be better if I put more planning i...

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  • At some point, we all bought into this lie that you've got to feel ready in order to change. That at some point, you are going to have the courage and the confidence to change-and, frankly, that’s it's total bullsh*t. You may be reading this right now and you have these incredible ideas and what […] The post Why Motivation Is Garbage appeared first on Mel Robbins.

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  • Celebrating My Parents' 50th Anniversary “All great change in America begins at the dinner table.” -Ronald Reagan Last week, I got to do something very special. I celebrated the 50th anniversary of my parents' wedding with them, each of my siblings and all of the spouses and grandbabies we've brought into the family. Sitting together, eating dinner and celebrating as a family, I was reminded of a...

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  • Today, we’ll talk about adult sibling relationships. I’ll share a story I don’t often get to tell; the story of my siblings and their heroic acts that saved my life 30 years ago. Then, I’ll share the three things we do to remain close as we get older. My friend, in honor of my parents 50th wedding anniversary, I’m sharing an intimate look at my family, what we’ve been through, what we’ve learned +...

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  • In his book Pre-Suasion, author Robert Cialdini offers some great nuggets about paying attention. Here are some of my favorites. When you pay attention to something there is a cost. The cost is the attention lost to something else. We think we can multi-task but we cannot. Have you ever tried singing two songs at the same time? There is also a fee for switching back and forth between two things....

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  • Happy Wednesday, my friends! Bringing #LiveInspired vlog #180 to you LIVE this AM. I hope you’ll join me and after, check out my newest podcast with @mel robbins – #5secondrule: www.johnolearyinspires.com/podcasts/ Don’t miss it – today is the last day to enter my YEAR OF INSPIRATION SWEEPSTAKES, including airfare to join me at a live event:tinyurl.com/y74bhvlo The post Live Inspired Vlog 180 app...

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  • What could walking a “slack rope” possibly teach you about focus and accomplishment? Turns out, quite a lot! This week Dan unpacks key principles for staying focused and keeping your momentum without becoming overwhelmed by sizable, or even fearful challenges.

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  • We've all been in business meetings that drone on endlessly, only to be followed with zero change, action or results. Silver-tongued bosses spouting platitudes rarely translates into meaningful transformation. In fact, many of us have become desensitized to big new ideas, because in our previous experiences, few concepts actually come to fruition. If you're frustrated with the lackin' of action, ...

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  • Mel Robbins is the author of The 5 Second Rule, the #1 audio book in the world. She is also the most booked female speaker and hosts the Audible Original series Kick Ass With Mel Robbins. Today, Mel Robbins shares how millions of people have transformed their lives by using her 5-second rule. Even more amazing, she shares how it originated (as a tool to help her overcome the anxiety and malaise th...

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  • Keynote Speaker, Educator, Author, and Igniter of #YouMatter This weekend I re-watched one of my favorite movies, Shall We Dance. And as cute as Richard Gere was in the movie (and boy was he!), my attention centered on a moment in where his onscreen wife, Susan Sarandon whispered these words in his ear: “We need a witness to our lives. There’s a billion people on the planet… I mean, what does an...

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  • Steve is back on the Real Estate Success Show with Brian Patton to talk about striving to the be the best version of yourself no matter your profession. He talks about what separates the elites from the average ball players in professional sports and what it takes to “go pro” in business. Click here to listen.

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  • “Plugging In” To What Matters Most Earlier this month, I had the great pleasure of traveling to Spain and Ireland with my wife and kids. This trip meant that for a little over a week, all of us were free from the distractions of work, email, social media, television, and video games. And more importantly, it meant we were totally connected to one another and the amazing new experiences around us! ...

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  • What does it mean to be a “Wingman” for those most important in life? This week we learn from the Atlanta Braves “Hometown Hero,” Lt. Col. Rob “Waldo” Waldman. So honored to celebrate the occasion and gain some valuable insight from a great friend. Rob Waldman is a Lt. Col. in the US Air Force, a New York Times Bestselling Author, a Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker, and a dedicated family man. He has...

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  • IN STUDIO – Webcast #14: FEARLESSNESS: Six Words to Ensure You Live Your Most Courageous Life Live Inspired IN STUDIO Webcasts are LIVE every third Monday of the month at 10:30 AM CST. If you are unable to attend live, you can access the video, audio downloads & ongoing discussions here 24/7. Need anything? Email […]To access this In Studio resource, first log in to your Studio account. The post I...

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