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A little self-reflection may reveal the personality traits that can help us keep driving toward our biggest goals.
Go behind the scenes with human-rights activist and mountaineer Sara Safari to learn how to pursue your biggest ambitions — one step at a time.
Human-rights activist and author Sara Safari hopes her unexpected journey from engineer to mountaineer will inspire others to reach for their wildest dreams.
A new decade is upon us — and with it, a chance for a fresh perspective.
Why committing to do just one thing is an essential first step in achieving our goals.
A countdown body-weight workout you can do virtually anywhere in just 10 minutes.
A five-step process for pursuing your purpose-driven ambitions.
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Unexpected inspiration can sometimes draw out personal goals just waiting to be realized.
Go behind the scenes with NFL Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez as he shares tips for overcoming adversity.
NFL Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez’s life took off once he overcame his fears. Now he helps others learn to overcome adversity.
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A legally blind teenager commits to the race of a lifetime to inspire other visually impaired kids to find their own adventures.
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Our best fitness tips to help you move well, recover fully, and achieve your fittest life.
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If you track what’s on your plate as well as what’s happening in your mind and body, you can learn what doesn’t work for you — and build on what does.
Break every objective into its smallest pieces and take action with just one of them, even if it is the smallest one and seems insignificant.
Shedding 160 pounds led one woman to discover her many strengths — and commit to prioritizing her health.