Are Habits Inherited? The Science of Behavior Change

I am sure you have heard the adage that a leopard never changes its spots. But is it true? The cornerstone of self-improvement is that behavior change is realistic and possible for us all. In fact, the capacity for behavior change may just be part of us. Any time that you repeat actions over and over they become ingrained habits. This can be a wonderful…

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Three Lessons Learned from Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist

The Alchemist is a bestselling novel written by Paulo Coelho and published in 1988. Since then, it’s been translated into languages all over the world and adapted to film, theatre, and music. One of the most popular and most highly recommended novels of all time, it seems almost silly introducing it. However, while it is a novel, The Alchemist can often read more like a…

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Your Ultimate Guide to Finding Your Inner Peace

Want to wake up each day with a clear mind and a sense of calm serenity? You’ve come to the right place. In this guide, we’ll show you exactly how to achieve that most elusive of life goals-inner peace. If you are imagining that you’ll need to start stocking up on patchouli and growing your hair out to truly access lasting tranquility, fear not. You…

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The Secret of Success is How to Bounce Back From Setbacks

Whenever we make big changes it’s inevitable that we will encounter a few setbacks along the way. Trying to improve our career prospects, health, fitness or working on any other personal goals can be difficult. We grow from these positive changes, but it’s not always comfortable. Plateaus and setbacks are perfectly normal, and it may be the secret of success that you need. Sometimes we…

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How To Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill might not have known how influential his book Think and Grow Rich would be when he published it in 1937. But, nearly a century later, copies are still flying off the shelves. Think and Grow Rich was a commissioned piece; Hill was asked by none other than Andrew Carnegie to put together a list of the common qualities all wealthy, successful people share….

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Finding Your Purpose: Discover What you can Achieve with a New Fabulous Journey

Fabulous users, get ready for a new and exciting journey to discover your untapped potential. We’ll show you how to combine your interests with unwavering perseverance to accomplish your greatest goals. Your journey to creating purpose begins now This journey will show you how to foster a tenacious spirit which will guide and motivate you towards your true purpose. Successful people are armed not only…

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Fabulous Uncovers: Does Dark Chocolate Reduce Stress and Improve Memory?

Put down that candy bar! Nah, just kidding. Or are we? The information and misinformation surrounding the possible health benefits of dark chocolate are staggering. Some people say dark chocolate–chocolate containing at least 70% cocoa–can reduce stress, improve memory, and even help lower blood pressure. Other sources say dark chocolate, like any other chocolate, is still candy and is best avoided. But what’s true? Can…

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Fabulous Uncovers: Does Being Forgetful Make You a Smart Person?

You’re running late for work. Despite all your evening preparation, you still find yourself scrambling out the door… because you forgot where you put your car keys! It’s moments like these that we don’t feel like a particularly smart person. With all the complex things we can remember to do like pay taxes and drive, how can we possibly forget things like where our keys…

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Can Pets Make You Happy?

Animals make happiness look easy. They live in the moment and find contentment in the simple things, like running in the park or curling up in front of the fire. But can their attitude towards life help us, too? Can pets make you happy? The therapeutic benefits of interacting with pets have long been established. Sigmund Freud almost always had his dog Jofi present during…

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