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Changing the Game

When I was a kid, I remember being deeply moved by the “Ballad of the Green Berets.” It was the Vietnam War, and I thought to myself, When I grow up I’m either going to be a conscientious objector…or a Green Beret. This past weekend, I watched this interview, done by Pedram Shojai, who is a […]

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The Most Powerful Exercise You’ll Ever Do for Yourself

by guest blogger Lewis Howes, author of The School of Greatness: A Real-World Guide to Living Bigger, Loving Deeper, and Leaving a Legacy Creating your Perfect Day Itinerary (PDI) may be one of the most powerful exercises you ever do, so make it count. I’ve coached many wandering entrepreneurs through this exercise, and most of […]

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The Real Meaning of Balance

I’ve written a lot of blogs on the subject of balance over the years. I even used to publish a magazine with the subtitle “The Art of Living in Balance.” But it wasn’t until recently, after seeing a definition of balance that blew me away, that I’ve realized what balance truly means. I mean, everyone […]

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17 Positive Habits That Will Change Your Life

by guest blogger Lewis Howes, author of The School of Greatness: A Real-World Guide to Living Bigger, Loving Deeper, and Leaving a Legacy Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” That old Greek understood how important positive habits are to overcoming adversity and enduring the […]

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10 Ways to Never Be Bored Again

I have a friend who gets bored easily. I was bored once for about five minutes in 2011. I remember it well. I was home alone, and for a minute I felt a feeling I couldn’t identify. By the time I did figure out it was boredom it was almost gone. Of course, if you […]

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How to Feed Your Friends (Even If You’re Broke, Uninspired, or Never Cook)

by guest blogger Dana Velden, a Zen priest and author of Finding Yourself in the Kitchen Perhaps the most delightful use of a kitchen is to spend time in it with friends. To prove this, I’m going to insist that you invite three friends over to dinner tonight (or two, if you’re partnered.) Do it […]

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What If You Had $1 Billion Dollars and a Permanent Vacation?

The other day, I had lunch with a friend who’s obsessed with bats. Literally. He travels around the world with this guy named Merlin and studies bats. My bat-obsessed friend sent me some videos from his bat-studier friend, Merlin Tuttle, to watch (he dared me to watch, anyway). The first one I chose had the […]

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Becoming a Member of the Rodale’s Team

  by guest blogger Katelyn Schwartz, Rodale’s editorial and social content intern I’m sitting at the end of a conference table. My supervisor is seated next to me, scribbling notes. I listen as the Rodale’s team discusses marketing plans for the upcoming months, yet my eyes are set on CEO Maria Rodale. A few moments […]

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