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The Most Powerful Thing You Can Do

For many of us, this time of year often brings reflection and re-evaluation as we watch friends and family graduate (or graduate ourselves) and begin a new chapter of life. In this article, Best Year Yet® Founder Jinny Ditzler shares some powerful secrets about success that she has learned through the course of her amazing life - and that she wishes she had known earlier.  Commencement speakers often share about what they wish they'd done when they were the age of the graduates. How to make the ...
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A "Must-Do" Exercise for Winning Teams

Looking for a sure-fire way to leverage the true wisdom and talent of your team? If so, read on:   No matter what role you play on a team, you can make a lasting difference.For many decades we've worked with teams of all kinds around the world, and those that are the happiest and most successful think of this exercise as a Must Do. Why? Because this three-step process has power to dissolve costly issues such as a lack of accountability, alignment, honesty, and performance. This exercise is ...
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How Taking Sleep Seriously Saved My Life

Jinny Ditzler, author and founder of Best Year Yet®,admits she is not immune to the pushing and pulling of the world and the way it can take us off track before we know it. Below is her personal story "How Taking Sleep Seriously Saved My Life!" How many of us can relate? No, the little girl with the balloons isn't me, but that's exactly how I feel these days. I'm getting enough sleep, and I feel better than ever ~ ready for the day, productive, happy in my heart, and on top of what matters.   ...
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What Motivation is Really Driving You These Days?

The answer to this question could lead to greater happiness and well-being in your life. Cars need regular checkup to keep them performing at their peak levels and so do we. Let's start your tune-up now. The first step is to consider how you’d rate your current state of being. On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest, what’s your score? Stick with your first thought ~ that’s usually the most accurate....
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The Surprising Benefits of Being Unreasonable

Would you like to be considered an unreasonable person? Probably not because that label reminds us of people stuck in their ways, that woman on the call-in desk who was no help, or a boss who is uninterested in others’ solutions. No. But that’s not the kind of unreasonable I’m talking about. George Bernard Shaw described it well:...
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