A Great Reason To Keep Your Room Organized & Tidy

This is a guest post by Stefan Zugor. Stefan is a Personal Development Blogger. He loves helping people become the best version of themselves. I used to be the messiest person you could meet. Clothes would be strewn all over my floor, my possessions scattered in a random fashion all…

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Willpower and Making Changes that Stick

Not long after I published Six Simple Rules for a Better Life, I read a book called Willpower, by Roy Baumeister & John Tierney, which had come out the same month. In my book’s introduction, I talk about the importance of breaking down your big goals into small pieces, and…

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9 Ideas for a Wealth of Happiness & Health
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9 Ideas for a Wealth of Happiness & Health

Someone recently forwarded to me a note called, “20 Things the Rich Do Every Day.” Apparently, the material is from the bestselling book, Rich Habits. While my site is not about becoming wealthy in the monetary sense, I like a definition I once read that said that wealth is an…

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Keep Your Friends While Keeping Your Obligations

This is a guest post by Veronica Finch. Veronica is a recent college grad and her wisdom exceeds her years; while her examples focus on college-related activities, her suggestions are applicable for everyone. I like the way her piece syncs with several of the Six Simple Rules—I see a clear…

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Clutterfree with Kids: Book Review

I’ve been a fan of Joshua Becker’s blog on minimalism and simplicity for several years.  Last year, an article I wrote was published on his site. I’ve also enjoyed his books, and now he has a new one, Clutterfree with Kids, and I'm pleased to write this book review. While…

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Lessons Learned from My Minimalist Experiment

I am pleased that a piece I wrote was published this week on one of my favorite sites, Becoming Minimalist. Here's the first part of the piece, with a link to the rest... Last year, I read The Story of Enough: Giving Up (new) Clothes for One Year, a Becoming Minimalist…

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The Six Simple Rules for Uncovering Your Life Passion

I’m excited to publish this guest post by Barrie Davenport. Barrie is a life passion coach, author, and founder of BarrieDavenport.com, a site devoted to helping people uncover and live their life passions. She is the creator of The Path to Passion Course (more on the course at the end…

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Leadership: Doing What You Say

I want to tell you a brief story about something super nice that someone said to me recently. More than 18 years ago, Dan Sullivan, founder of Strategic Coach, told me about four “Referability” habits—behaviors that help you to be referable, as in a person who other people would recommend…

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A Minimalist’s Guide to Downsizing Your Furniture

For the past year-plus, I’ve been quite intrigued with the minimalism lifestyle movement. I regularly read several minimalist blogs. My favorite is Joshua Becker’s Becoming Minimalist . There are many aspects of minimalism that appeal to me, including its connection to the fallacy that happiness comes from owning more and…

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