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Robert Pagliarini

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  • 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...
  • 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?...
  • The one word that can change your life

    "No" has become a knee-jerk reaction to every request and opportunity. "No, sorry. My schedule is full. Maybe later. That just doesn't work for me. No, thank you." The problem is: no won't get you a raise. No won't get you the body or health you desire....
  • Investing in the Facebook IPO? You may have a mental disorder

    Thinking about buying Facebook stock? You may be suffering from a mental disorder. No, really. If you are thinking about buying Facebook, first make sure you are not suffering from Stockholm syndrome. This paradoxical psychological phenomenon refers to...
  • Stop being a wimp and start being fearless

    Let's just get this out of the way now: You can't get rid of fear or pain but you can minimize it, control it and even use it to create your best life possible with a little practice. If you are in perpetual fear or are avoiding the one thing that...
  • 5 Tell-tale signs of burnout

    Are you working too long and too hard? Could you achieve more by doing less? Professional athletes are susceptible to overtraining -- thinking that they must run another mile, do more stairs or do one more set. But there is a narrow band that the...
  • Bruce Lee: Personal growth guru?

    A list of the best personal development gurus of all time would have to include Dale Carnegie, Jim Rohn, Tony Robbins and Bruce Lee. That last one is not a typo. Bruce Lee is known for creating Jeet Kune Do and his many martial arts films from the 1970s,...
  • Sleep your way to the top: 6 steps to power napping

    I'm the least likely person to recommend naps. I've never been a napper. I've never understood why someone would want to sleep in the middle of the day. To me, it seems counterproductive, lazy and maybe even a little un-American. "Why sleep when I could...
  • Stop feeling intimidated: How to instantly boost your confidence in 2 minutes

    Are you ever in a professional or personal setting where you feel intimidated, unsure of your abilities, nervous, awkward or downright scared? No more. What would your life look like if you had more confidence and felt more powerful? Would you perform...
  • 5 Ways to beat your shopping addiction

    Alcohol? Crack? Heroin? These drugs are known to be highly addictive, but can something as innocuous as shopping be addictive? Having worked with more than one so-called "shopaholic" at my Orange County financial planning firm, I have no doubt that...
  • 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...