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Why You Need A Hobby To Be More Productive

When people say they are overloaded or cannot keep up with their todos, it is usually the result of taking on too much. Most of the time, I advise people that they need to “Say No” more often. Being able to “Say No” is key to avoiding being overco...

Why Successful People Need Hobbies

As a creative, resourceful entrepreneur, you bring many talents to the table. Some of these skills and gifts are innate, some come from experience, and many come from life outside of business. Busy people often engage in hobbies and weekend advent...

7 Reasons To Take On A Hobby For Stress Relief

Hobbies are often thought of as activities for people who lead quiet, relaxed lives. However, people with full, busy, even stressful lives may need hobbies more than the average person, and benefit greatly from having hobbies in their lives. Hobbi...

Why You Need To Have A Hobby

You know those red felt stockings you can get at the dollar store at Christmastime? That’s what my kids used as Christmas stockings for years. It was unacceptable, really, if you consider my lineage. I come from a long line of master knitters and ...

Career Coach: The Value Of Hobbies

Recently I asked an executive I was coaching, “What hobbies do you have?” He paused, looked at me blankly, and then replied, “Actually, I don’t really have any,” followed by another long pause. As he reflected on this, it seemed to suddenly strike...

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Why Kids Need Hobbies

Thirty-odd years ago, almost every kid in my neighborhood had some sort of hobby. Collecting and trading baseball cards was a popular pastime (one that's making a strong comeback today), as were coin and stamp collecting. One of my friends was int...

The Shrink & The Sage: Do We Need Hobbies? - Ft.Com

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Vehobby - The Need For A Person To Have Hobbies

There is an old English adage which goes like, 'All work and no play, turns Jack into a dull boy'. But when a person grows up to a certain age group, play for him need not be some specific sport or a strenuous activity. When people suggest 'play',...

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How To Find A Hobby

Building on Your Current InterestsExamining Your ChildhoodExploring New Territory for IdeasExamining Your Budget Hobbies let you explore interests outside of your line of work. They let you be creative and try new things. If you're bored with you...

Hobbies Are Good For You: How To Find One That Fits Your Personality

Having a hobby is a great way to relieve stress, a creative outlet and a way to meet new people. In fact, there are lots of ways hobbies are good for you. But if you don’t have a regular leisure activity that you enjoy, it can be difficult to deci...

10 Reasons Why You Need A Hobby

My secret passion is woodworking. It's my hobby and it always has been. I just haven't told many people about it because, well, most people are very condescending about female carpenters. HGTV has done a lot for women woodworkers, but overall most...

4 Reasons Why You Need A Hobby

Most of us have two major activities in our lives: what we do for work and our true interests. For those of us who work with our passions – think of the librarian lit-nerd, or the mechanic gear-head – play can start to seem a lot like work, and th...

5 Hobbies That Make People Better At Their Jobs

Baking a cake or knitting a sweater might not seem like career building activities, but participating in after-work hobbies actually has a measurable impact on workplace performance. Maintaining such hobbies can make individuals seem more appealin...

Why You Need A True Hobby (And Not Just A Side Hustle)

Growing up, I never understood what it meant to just enjoy an activity. I was very performance-oriented, so I couldn’t comprehend why a person might be internally motivated enough to pursue a hobby– for the sheer joy of it. This past year, I spent...

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