Jamie Stone | December 30, 2013
“The fastest way to accomplish a goal is to look back at previous successes, and the most successful leaders and professional athletes I’ve observed make success lists. Instead of writing a list of all you need to do, keep a running list of all the things you have done today. Our brain accelerates toward goals when we perceive progress and when we see that the finish line is close. That’s why we speed up at 26.1 miles into a marathon.” –Shawn Achor, best-selling author of The Happiness Advantage and positive psychology researcher

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