1. Happiness and fulfillment come from getting the results you want – whether it’s developing personal relationships or changing the world. The path is seldom easy, but the formula for success is: 1) Know where you want to go 2) Take action toward that goal 3) Learn from the feedback to adapt your course 4) Take more action, and 5) Keep repeating these steps until you get there. 2. Small changes add up. Be endlessly curious, always look for opportunities to learn and improve. A slight change in your path today will lead to a massively different outcome down the… Read more.
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Randy Paynter is the founder and CEO of Care2. With over 16 million members, Care2.com is the largest online community of people making a difference in healthy & green living, human rights and animal welfare. Care2 empowers individuals to "Make a Difference" with daily actions, healthy living advice, news and blogs on causes, petitions and more. Care2 is a certified B Corporation. Randy holds an AB from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
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