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Have You “Arrived” In Life and Are Too Blind to Know it?

I have yet to meet a person in this life that is not their own worst critic. I can assure you that no one is harder on Tom Preston than Tom Preston is. It isn’t physically or mentally possible. It has been my experience to date that this is true of all people. I call…

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51 Best Bucket List Ideas

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” Oscar Wilde The purpose of a bucket list is to get out of the minutiae of the daily grind, and work towards creating a life of intention, and more importantly, fun! There are no rules, no items too big or…

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15 Ways to be Creatively Inspired

Are you reading this article out of procrastination? Or do you have time scheduled for personal and professional development? Even if you had this time allotted to a certain activity, there are dozens of distractions that can take you away from it unless you are creatively inspired to accomplish the task. Creative writing, for example,…

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Coach Tom’s Top 10 Table Talk Secrets Revealed

I have often been asked if I would share the “secrets” for how I was able to build a successful family wellness cash practice that had a PVA well in excess of 100. Happy to share them so lets start with a biggee ……. NEVER STOP EDUCATING YOUR PRACTICE MEMBERS!  I learned this lesson years…

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5 Success Principles You Can Learn From Google

A true underdog story, Google’s humble beginning started from a garage by two Stanford students in their early 20’s.. Their chief and admirable goal; to build something that would one day sell for $1M. The founders never received their $1M cheque, which has allowed this behemoth of a company to continue on; currently netting $113,822…

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Dynamic Spread of Happiness in a Large Social Network

Longitudinal Analysis over 20 years in the Framingham Heart Study James H Fowler, associate professor,1 Nicholas A Christakis, professor2 ABSTRACT Objectives: To evaluate whether happiness can spread from person to person and whether niches of happiness form within social networks. Design: Longitudinal social network analysis. Setting: Framingham Heart Study social network. Participants: 4739 individuals followed from 1983…

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