Tap into your real power, passion and purpose by intentionally creating your life.
Whether you’re determined to achieve a tiny goal or to change your entire life, believing that you can is the first, most important step.
Managing your time is important, but learning to manage your energy may be even more critical to your satisfaction and success.
How self control in one area can help in other areas.
Mindy Russell had no idea that by getting in shape and completing her first triathlon, she’d inspire her husband and kids to get moving, too.
If job-related thoughts dominate most of your waking hours and energy, it may be time to rearrange your priorities and give the other aspects of your life some room to grow.
How Olympic contender Lolo Jones keeps going—even when the going gets tough.
Got a goal that's not going quite as well as you'd like? Try this two-part formula for adjusting your strategy—and your attitude.
The professional boulderer talks about how learning new skills and having a little healthy competition keep her motivated.
Two prominent researchers share a step-by-step plan that can help you break through old patterns, and finally make the shifts that matter.
Not just for kids, recreational tree limbing challenges you to reach some exhilarating new heights.
In his pioneering book, The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem, Nathaniel Branden outlines the practices that are necessary to feel truly good about yourself.
It makes me happy to see that a growing number of us have lost interest in dog pills slathered in peanut butter. We’re hungry, instead, for the unvarnished, nutritious truth.
No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, you need an action plan. Here’s the process I prefer — and that Ocean’s Eleven made famous.
With our help, three brave readers tackled some healthy goals they'd been putting off for a while. Are their stories your story, too?
Experience Life checks in on the progress of our Healthy Challenge participants.
Overcome procrastination with help from Neil Fiore's transformative book.
Once obese, Paul Nowak had trouble keeping up with his favorite sports. Now, after losing 100 pounds, he’s an active role model for his kids - and a Brazilian jiu jitsu competitor.
Six powerful strategies for accomplishing more of what really matters.
It is strange, perhaps, to open an issue dedicated to helping readers get more done with a caveat about overdoing. But as a person prone to doing just that, I feel it is, um — the right thing to do.
We've been taught that following through on new year's resolutions is all about willpower. But it turns out that willingness may be a far more valuable ally.