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Resilience in adversity

Tweet What do we make of adversities? When you face these things what do you do? It’s never easy and comfortable whenever failings come or untoward activities happen. But do you sulk in grief and think that the world is out to get you? Do you give up easily? How then can you achieve success? One of the main elements …

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What is commitment?

Tweet People use the same word, “committed” or “commitment”, to describe someone’s devotion to pledge, bind, or oblige one’s self to something: a course of action, a system of principles. Certainly there are some similarities between the kind of obsession that leads us to do horrifying things to ourselves or others and the kind of obsession that leads us to …

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Be reminded!

Tweet Do you always forget things even if you just had them a few minutes ago? If that is so, how about your goals or your promises? Do you also forget about them easily? The only way you can really overcome forgetfulness is simply to remind ourselves all the time—at every opportunity. Here are some tips that will help you …

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Learning as much as you can

Tweet Have you been in business for a long time now? Or have you been working for many years? Do you feel like you know everything about your job and business, and you feel like you’re becoming more stagnant as the days go by? Well, maybe it’s time to learn more things. Choose to learn new things I have always …

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How to create your success list

Tweet Is success really elusive and difficult to achieve. Do you have to go to impossible feats just to achieve great success? People usually think that this is the case, but I don’t. I think that it’s not about what they’re not doing, because people do a lot just to try to be successful. I think it’s a matter of …

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Why a buffer is important

Tweet In life, we often encounter the unexpected. Jobs and careers suddenly come to an end, people get sick, and nature often comes at the worst possible time. When unexpected things happen, it can affect our best laid plans. That’s why buffers are really important. So what is a buffer? A buffer is an “extra” that helps take up the …

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Quote: Don’t discriminate

Tweet Regard it as just as desirable to build a chicken house as to build a cathedral. Frank Lloyd Wright

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Build on your strengths

Tweet Whenever we talk about personal empowerment and personal development, feeling strong and grounded is absolutely essential. Without this perception of yourself as strong and capable, you’ll find yourself recoiling in the face of problems; feeling overwhelmed by other people, and burdened by your own fears and anxieties. A person who knows that he is strong, on the other hand, …

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How important is your time?

Tweet Time is gold, we all know that. But have you really taken careful consideration about how important your time really is? Not just what the books and people tell you, but how about in your own experience? Can you really say that time is very important? If you’ve not given it serious thought, here are a few reasons why …

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So when do you quit (your job or anything you do)?

Tweet Quitting is something that only quitters do. Way to go, Captain Obvious. And when you quit, you most certainly lose. Right? Well, not necessarily. In this post, we will be discussing a few points that will show us quitting is actually a sensible thing to do, given a few indicators. When you’ve stopped learning on the job, it’s time …

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