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8 Ways To Shake Up Your Life — NOW!

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    Everybody wants change. (Heck, our president even ran his campaign on it.) But, sometimes personal change is hard to recognize, let alone implement, when getting from here to there seems like such a to-do. If life has had a little too much of that not-so-fresh feeling lately, it might be time for you to try something new — starting now.

    So, to figure out how to find personal growth and big-time happiness, we talked with two of the biggest change-makers out there: author of Spirit Junkie and May Cause Miracles and branding expert Gabrielle Bernstein (whose clients include Google and Yale University), and Dorie Clark, author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future. Whether you want to shake up your career (a new field, anyone?) or redefine your love life (dump that chump!), these are the big ways to create change. Not ready for a radical shift just yet? We've got some baby steps, too. Read on to start your transformation.

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