Why Speaking Your Mind Should Not Be Encouraged

Ask any parent what their #1 pet peeve is, and they’ll probably tell you it’s their children wining. From a young age, we are taught not to complain and that wining is bad. However, we are also taught that it is important to “speak your #mind,” and not let others quiet your opinion. So where do we define the difference? While we can all likely agree that people who complain are not people we would prefer to spend time with, the average person has been found to complain anywhere from…

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If I Am Living a Good Life, Why Should I Bother Learning New Stuff?

A person might have a great job, a nice house, and a great group of friends. They might feel they have everything they need, and so, they just settle, stop moving and pushing themselves. After all, their #life seems to be going fine. You might have seen this with friends or acquaintances. This is fine for a time; but the problem is, while a person stops moving or stops pushing themselves, the world keeps spinning. Time moves forward. Staying in the same place and not seeking self-improvement has the exact…

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Why You Should Do What Kit Kat Tells You

When it comes to our careers and work in general, thriving and growing within our job means we need to be as productive as possible. Getting results means getting things done but when we’re in this mindset we usually end up sacrificing breaks in order to create more time. While this can bring about results in the short term, over time it can lead to burnout and feeling mentally drained. Our productivity will eventually take a nosedive simply because we haven’t taken time out to switch off and take a…

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Should There Be A Line Between Work And Your Personal Life?

In the working world, #there are certain industries that stand out for being highly competitive and cut throat. Examples include the Banking and Finance sector, Start Up’s and IT where anyone can easily be replaced, kicked out and competition is fierce. It becomes every man to himself when climbing the corporate ladder of success. In such a context, many workers become task-oriented and focus only on themselves. A classic dog eat dog world. How can they get the next promotion? What must they do to earn a bigger commission or bonus?…

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The 24 Hour Workout and Why You Should Adopt It

When your mind is clear, you look and feel better. Over the past couple years, I have been experimenting with a routine to improve my cognitive capability and overall life satisfaction. I call this routine The 24 #Hour #Workout. Imagine if you could see the connection between how you Think – Look – Feel. Would you see a gap? If so, let me share with you a way to fill this gap — The 24 Hour Workout. Here is what you can expect to find if you read on. What is The…

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20 Best Personal Finance Books You Should Read Now

When we talk about understanding how to manage money, #personal #finance is one of the most essential skills you can learn. But without any guidance, it is difficult for us to understand the value of handling our money and using it to make even more. However, if you walk into any book store or library, you’ll find there a plenty of guides out there, in the form of personal finance #books offering advice on financial planning. But all advices are not equal. To begin, you need some easy-to-#read books that…

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30 Books That Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives

The greatest #books are defined as classics for a reason.  Written by the greatest literary minds of #their time, they have universal themes, characters, experiences, emotions, and perspectives that are still relevant today.  Some of them are the very inspiration from which entire modern genres of literary fiction have sprung up from. If you love reading, here are 30 books that that we feel are defining milestones in our literary tradition.  Some are well known classics, others are modern giants.  All are well worth reading at #least #once in your…

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