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Dec 28, 2016

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Here are four of the most important lessons on motivation from 2016. These lessons have resonated with me the most, and I think they can do the same with you. 

 

 

Dec 19, 2016

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Do you feel overwhelmed, swamped, and just too busy? Sometimes we have so many things to do we think we will never be able to finish everything. We also can spend days, weeks and even months "thinking" about doing important tasks but constantly feeling anxious because we never actually do them.

This episode is on a book that I NEEDED TO READ. With so many things to do with the new podcast, website, etc.., I need to learn how to tackle the most important tasks first thing in the morning and get "addicted" to the feeling you get after completing your most valuable, important task (the frog).

The book Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy is great! It has helped me get focused on the right things, and I am sure it can help you decide which tasks need to be done first, to bring the most success and happiness into your life. to be done first, to bring the most success and happiness into your life.

Dec 12, 2016

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Making decisions is part of daily life. What should I have for breakfast? What career path should I take? What English program is going to help me become fluent faster? Sometimes we struggle with making the "right" decision, especially when there are big life choices to be considered. Fortunately, making the right decisions is a skill that can be developed. As discussed in the book "Decisive", by Dan and Chip Heath, various factors contribute to making bad decisions. Through deep research, the authors have found factors that contribute to making poor choices, but if we recognize these factors and learn how to avoid them when making decisions we can feel more confident about the decisions we make. Learn how to be a better decision maker on this episode of the Feel Good English podcast. 

Dec 5, 2016

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Are emotions happen for a reason. They help us deal with our environment, and are oven based on survival.

But they can also cause problems for you. Learning how to be emotionally smart is well, smart. 

EQ = emotional intelligence. We can improve our EQ through practice and learning.Become better at controlling your emotions to handle difficult situations, like speaking English, more gracefully and effectively. 

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