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Robert Pagliarini

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  • How to make 2012 your best year yet

    This is the one (and maybe only!) time of year that most of us look toward the future. We think about the new year as we ponder what we did and didn't do in the past year. We have fun creating and sharing our New Year's resolutions. For a week or so,...
  • Should you have HARD goals?

    Are you struggling to find a new career? Have you lost your motivation to lose that extra 25 pounds? Do you dream of achieving more in life but seem to always fall short? If reaching your goals seems like an impossible challenge, don't worry! There's a...
  • The Blame Game: Knowing where to place it makes all the difference

    It's your fault. It's all your fault. Everything wrong in your life is entirely your fault. Thank goodness for that! If it wasn't your fault, then what control could you possibly have over making it better? But it's not politically correct to write...
  • Job interview? Avoid these 6 psychological 'leaks'

    Chances are, you are woefully unprepared for that upcoming interview and you don't even know it. Talking points rehearsed? Check. Company and interviewer researched? Of course. Answers to tough questions practiced? You bet. Psychological tells analyzed?...
  • Why pro athletes go broke

    Have you heard the story about the professional athlete who just declared bankruptcy? Of course you have. Because when it comes to professional athletes and money, we tend to only hear about how much their new contract is worth or how much they just lost,...
  • Will making more money guarantee a better retirement?

    There were two families that lived next to each other. One family received a $2 million inheritance. They traveled, had a nice boat and gave to charity. They took calculated investment risks that paid off. They averaged an incredible 12 percent return...
  • How you can better influence people

    I've always been fascinated by FBI profilers. Those are the folks who get inside the heads of criminals to try to figure out why they do what they do. There is a great deal of power that comes from being able to analyze someone to determine what they...
  • 4 Steps to achieve any goal

    How would you like a shortcut to success? A strategy to follow that would help you get what you want in the most efficient and effective way possible? If you're like me, you have a limited number of hours in the day and a limited amount of energy to...
  • Job secrets from a Google recruiter

    Pssst. May I share a secret with you? Actually, may I share eight job-search secrets with you from a Google recruiter? Get the inside scoop from somebody who has seen thousands of resumes and who is responsible for hiring at the Internet giant. The job...
  • Top 5 personal coaching myths

    Personal coaching is all the rage. Harvard Business Review reports that coaching is a $1 billion a year industry, but just what is a personal coach, professional coach or life coach, and why are so many executives and individuals using them to catapult...
  • The secret to self-discipline

    Easy short-term choices lead to difficult long-term consequences. Inversely, difficult short-term choices lead to easy long-term consequences. Self-discipline strategist Rory Vaden describes this concept as The Paradox Principle of Sacrifice. It's...
  • 6 strategies to cut your income tax after a windfall

    The money you receive from sudden wealth -- whether through a lawsuit settlement, business sale, entertainment or sports contract, or stock options -- can suddenly be gone if you don't manage federal and state income taxes. For example, let's consider a...