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  Β‘Difundir la palabra! El 18 de diciembre a las 6 p.m., Everyday Strong tendrΓ‘ un seminario web en espaΓ±ol. Β‘Visita el sitio web para obtener mΓ‘s informaciΓ³n! Spread the word! Dec 18 at 6 PM, Everyday Strong is having a webinar in Spanish. Visit the website for more info!Β      0

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“Successful outcomes are never the result of a single choice. They are built up through good choices over time. A profitable business is never a choice, it is a series of choices. A fit body is never a choice, it is a series of choices. A strong relationship is never a choice, it is a […]

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Back before Nike was the global powerhouse it is today, it was just a spunky start-up with big dreams. An internal memo from 1977 has surfaced on the interwebs and it shows some of the principles that were guiding Nike in the early days. There are some good thoughts that could be applied to life […]

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Thanks to Gena Bertelsen for sharing this speech with us. 0

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Whether you want to improve your relationship as a coworker, friend, neighbor or parent, here are the first three questions to ask yourself to become a safer person, both in the community and at home. Tips courtesy of Dr. Matt Swensen, child and adolescent psychiatrist at Intermountain Healthcare, and Everyday Strong. 1. Do other people […]

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With your help, kids can bounce back from the craziness of COVID. Read the Article Now 0

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“You cannot be really first-rate at your work if your work is all you are.” “There are thousands of people out there with the same degree you have; when you get a job, there will be thousands of people doing what you want to do for a living. But you are the only person alive […]

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ChildMind.Org has provided helpful tips on how parents can help children process what their seeing and managing their feelings during these challenging times. A few guidelines they suggest include: Validating their feelings Don’t avoid talking about it Be clear, direct, and factual Encourage questions – and don’t worry if you can’t answer them Read the […]

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Wasatch Mental Health therapist Iesha Bailey offers tips to help with feelings of isolation and impatience associated with raising kids during this stressful time, including: Scheduling connection Scheduling privacy Practicing self regulation And Being OK with not Being OK   Check out the article here.     0

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This scale for judging your performance as an employee comes from author James Clear. The 3 Levels of Employees: Level 1 β€” You do what you are asked to do. Level 2 β€” Level 1 + You think ahead and solve problems before they happen. Level 3 β€” Level 2 + You proactively look for […]

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