Author name: Holly Burns

Holly Burns is a best-selling author and artist living in Florida. She co-founded New Trader University, where she blogs daily about personal success.

4 Strategies to KILL Analysis Paralysis

4 Strategies to KILL Analysis Paralysis (Stop Overthinking and Start Doing)

Analysis paralysis, a common plight of individuals and organizations, can best be defined as a state of overthinking that impedes decision-making. Every day, we encounter myriad decisions, ranging from trivial choices to critical business verdicts. Unfortunately, overthinking can transform these opportunities into burdens, leaving us stuck in a perpetual state of indecision. This article presents […]

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11 COMMON HABITS THAT MAKE PEOPLE LOSE RESPECT FOR YOU

11 Common Habits That Make People Lose Respect For You

Respect forms an integral pillar in the foundation of any relationship, whether personal or professional. Without respect, trust crumbles, and connections fade. Therefore, understanding and maintaining a level of care becomes essential for personal growth, career advancement, and overall happiness. Sadly, certain habits can erode this critical value, leading to an undesirable loss of respect.

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Growth Mindset Introduction- What it is, How it Works, and Why it Matters

Growth Mindset Introduction: What it is, How it Works, and Why it Matters

Imagine standing at the foot of a mountain. It stretches upwards, disappearing into the sky, an intimidating, seemingly insurmountable obstacle. You have two choices. You can view the mountain as a challenge, a chance to grow and learn, or an insurmountable barrier, something too difficult to conquer. This choice reflects the difference between a growth

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Synchronicity-Meaningful Patterns in Life

Synchronicity: Meaningful Patterns in Life

Synchronicity, a term coined by the eminent Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, refers to meaningful coincidences. It believes that seemingly unrelated events connect in profound, sometimes inexplicable ways. This blog post ventures into the fascinating realm of synchronicity, weaving together its history, role in personal development and spirituality, appearance in daily life, and potential to foster

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Positive Mindset vs Negative Mindset

Positive Mindset Vs. Negative Mindset

Mindset serves as the cornerstone of human behavior and decision-making. It affects every facet of life, from personal relationships to professional performance. This article will delve into the contrasting worlds of Positive Mindset and Negative Mindset, unearthing their characteristics, consequences, and influence on personal and professional growth. Understanding Mindset A mindset, in essence, describes a

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5 Habits of Unsuccessful People- Rich vs. Poor Mindset

5 Habits of Unsuccessful People: Rich vs. Poor Mindset

Habits, the small decisions, and actions we make daily hold a surprising amount of power in shaping our lives. They dictate our daily routines, influence our behaviors, and ultimately determine our levels of success. A crucial factor that significantly influences our habits is our ‘mindset.’ This article explores habits typically associated with unsuccessful outcomes, focusing

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Being Alone- The Strength of Solitude

Being Alone: The Strength of Solitude

Solitude, commonly misinterpreted, embodies more than mere loneliness or isolation. The essence of solitude lies in its voluntary nature, where one willingly embarks on a journey of self-discovery and introspection. This article delineates the inherent strength and personal growth that solitude can bestow upon individuals. Misunderstanding Solitude: Unraveling the Myths A common myth surrounds solitude,

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Judging vs. Perceiving

Judging vs. Perceiving

Understanding personality traits is a pillar of effective communication, personal growth, and efficient decision-making. At the heart of personality analysis, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) provides valuable insight into our inherent tendencies and preferences. Among these, the Judging (J) and Perceiving (P) dichotomy offer a fascinating view of how we approach the world around us.

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