SHOWING ARTICLES TAGGED WITH Purpose

You’re a great catch, but nobody has reeled you in? Check the brag factor of your dating profile. Humble sells better.

The Fatal Mistake Smart People Make on Their Online Dating Profiles

You’re a great catch, but nobody has reeled you in? Check the brag factor of your dating profile. Humble sells better.

by Janice Holly Booth

Three approaches to downsizing your emotional clutter once and for all

Think Decluttering Your Home Is Hard? Try Organizing Your Emotions

Three approaches to downsizing your emotional clutter once and for all

by Janice Holly Booth

When your kid needs help buying a house, here’s how to respond.

What To Do When Your Child Asks for Money

When your kid needs help buying a house, here’s how to respond.

by Mary W. Quigley, AARP

Find out what to expect from a professional coach and three things you should be doing yourself.

5 Things You Should Expect From Your Coach

Find out what to expect from a professional coach and three things you should be doing yourself.

by Janice Holly Booth

Changing little by little—no big, scary leap—is the best way to live life to the fullest.

Act: Start Living Your Life With Purpose and Joy

Changing little by little—no big, scary leap—is the best way to live life to the fullest.

by Rich Feller

And just as important—what not to say.

What To Say When Your Friend Loses a Job

And just as important—what not to say.

by Aaron Crowe, AARP

Let your imagination off the leash, and it can open you to exciting paths—business opportunities, a new career or any other life change.

Explore: Ignite Your Curiosity To Create Opportunities

Let your imagination off the leash, and it can open you to exciting paths—business opportunities, a new career or any other life change.

by Rich Feller

Learn from three midlifers who got resourceful to deal with arthritis, back pain, digestive disorders—even overweight.

Yes, You Can Reimagine Your Health

Learn from three midlifers who got resourceful to deal with arthritis, back pain, digestive disorders—even overweight.

by Sarah Mahoney, AARP Bulletin

The communication skills that are essential for negotiating, deal-making, problem-solving—and life change.

How To Be Curious in Conversation (and Why You Should)

The communication skills that are essential for negotiating, deal-making, problem-solving—and life change.

by Kara Baskin

Here’s how a 50-year-old left a secure post as a critic to make her own music as a freelancer.

How to Make an Audacious Career Change

Here’s how a 50-year-old left a secure post as a critic to make her own music as a freelancer.

by Kara Baskin

Well-timed, well-focused decisions led this beekeeper to create a creative hive of her own.

Building Out a Small Business Idea, Choice by Choice

Well-timed, well-focused decisions led this beekeeper to create a creative hive of her own.

by Janice Holly Booth

Fending off Internet distractions can liberate your creativity and productivity.

Is Cyberloafing Syndrome Keeping You from Reaching Your Goals?

Fending off Internet distractions can liberate your creativity and productivity.

by Sarah Mahoney

               Write the story of your future life, then make it come true.

How to Use The Art of Storytelling to Get What You Want

Write the story of your future life, then make it come true.

by Logan Ward

There are two key questions you need to answer as you start the decision making to reimagine your life.

Are You Saying Yes—Really Saying Yes—To Growth?

There are two key questions you need to answer as you start the decision making to reimagine your life.

by Janice Holly Booth

Get step-by-step instructions on how to create your new narrative from our reinvention expert, Pamela Mitchell.

WORKSHEET: Craft Your Reinvention

Get step-by-step instructions on how to create your new narrative from our reinvention expert, Pamela Mitchell.

by Logan Ward

Social media can be a powerful force for good, a brand-burnisher and a friendship aid, but it’s one relationship where you must be the boss.

How To Take a Social Media Time-Out To Get Your Creative Groove Back

Social media can be a powerful force for good, a brand-burnisher and a friendship aid, but it’s one relationship where you must be the boss.

by Kara Baskin

Those with an unanswered mission in life are worse off than those who have no purpose at all.

The Dangers of Ignoring Your Purpose Are Huge and Very Very Real

Those with an unanswered mission in life are worse off than those who have no purpose at all.

by Sarah Mahoney

Where unbridled creativity meets extreme audacity and relentless hustle, magic happens.

The 7 Traits of Entrepreneurs Who Change the World

Where unbridled creativity meets extreme audacity and relentless hustle, magic happens.

by Kara Baskin

Forget the mountains of Bhutan; think your own backyard instead, and you can have travel adventures any night of the week.

How To Have Dozens of Vacations This Year. No, Really!

Forget the mountains of Bhutan; think your own backyard instead, and you can have travel adventures any night of the week.

by Janice Holly Booth

You’ve cleared out the clutter in your house. To find real joy, now try decluttering your mind.

Declutter Your Life with the “Annoy or Joy?” Test

You’ve cleared out the clutter in your house. To find real joy, now try decluttering your mind.

by Janice Holly Booth

Here’s how to protect mom and dad from the newest breed of con artists.

Are Your Parents At Risk for Scams?

Here’s how to protect mom and dad from the newest breed of con artists.

by Sid Kirchheimer

Turns out, focusing on what you love makes all the difference in motivating yourself to achieve your goals.

A Simple Strategy For Following Through Every Time

Turns out, focusing on what you love makes all the difference in motivating yourself to achieve your goals.

by Sarah Mahoney

The quickest route to success is to be curious, relentlessly curious—and to realize that both you and the organization have changed.

Returning to a Former Workplace? Knock It Out of the Park

The quickest route to success is to be curious, relentlessly curious—and to realize that both you and the organization have changed.

by Kara Baskin

Here are four ideas to keep treasured mementos close to your heart and still de-clutter.

The One Thing Never To Throw Away When You’re Downsizing

Here are four ideas to keep treas