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How to generate Confidence & Read 50 Super Inspirational Quotes to Massively Boost Yours

“All Confidence is acquired through reading good books, meeting good people and visiting good places” Who would disagree with the fact that Confidence is the most valuable asset, which any Individual can have? Confidence generates a feeling of certainty of outcome in our mind. Think about anything tangible in this world! The first blueprint of every great product, monument or service, ...

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How to work on mental toughness and why do you need it

So what is mental toughness really? , does your brain develop some kind of muscles? Or those words are Just used by coaches and trainers to beat you up and push you to your limits while you train. Mental toughness is an anecdotal term rather than a scientific one, however it plays a great deal in our daily lives. Anecdotal meaning that ...

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Why we outgrew the concept of one cradle-to-grave job!

Once upon a time, there existed a power called ‘Permanent Job.’ This was no ordinary thing. Those who didn’t have it desired it. Those who had it protected it at all cost. It inspired admiration as well as envy alike. However, times have changed. Fast forward to present — one cradle-to-grave job won’t work anymore. So what changed? Is it all just ...

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I Didn’t Let a Cotton Field Stop Me From Realizing My Dreams

Zachrie Friesen | Unsplash I come from the generation of kids that drank from garden hoses and played outside until the streetlights came on. In the 1980s, my family’s TV only had 13 channels, and computers were more like science fiction than anything we’d see in most people’s homes. As a 16-year-old growing up in Los Angeles in 1996, little did ...

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THE ONE TWEAK THAT WILL INSTANTLY CHANGE YOUR WEIGHT LOSS RESULTS

Perfecting your nutrition can be like balancing on a knife’s edge. There are few other places where success and failure are so delicately poised. Each meal is an opportunity for progress, but lose focus and results that have taken days can be undone in minutes. Perfection is not a prerequisite for success, but how many times can you take your ...

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When I tell people I am a writer, naturally they ask, What have you published?

The answer isn’t long. Yet. Because I’m a new writer. I’m okay with that. For now. It wasn’t until 2010 that I quit my day job as a commodity seafood buyer and sales rep. I billed myself an aspiring published writer, blogger, cook. I published a few magazine articles and like many new writers, I launched a blog. But mostly ...

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How to focus and start getting the results you want NOW

On a freezing cold evening in the week between Christmas and the New Year, I was getting ready to drive into the city to a networking event. I had a rotten cold and I was having to dig deep to muster up the will to leave my cozy house and venture out into the night. What would give me a ...

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12 Destructive Things Unsuccessful People Tell Themselves Every Day

It takes almost no time to find articles and stories that will tell you about the good habits or motivational mantras of people who have achieved success in their chosen field. But, as interesting and inspirational as those articles can be, they only tell half of the story. Many people will read them and instead of being inspired, come away ...

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5 Movies that every aspiring entrepreneur must watch.

The Godfather: Here’s a film that everyone should view at least once. Francis Ford Coppola’s 1972 masterpiece is arguably one of the greatest films in cinema history. For a moment, forget the fact that this is a movie about organized crime. Instead, learn how Michael Corleone (Al Pacino) took a small family business and transformed it into one of the ...

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Lessons From An Olympic Gold Medallist

19-year-old Dorothy Hamill wasn’t your typical American teenage girl. Everyday Dorothy would wake up at 4.30 a.m. and practice ice skating for a couple of hours. After practice, she would go to school, then go home for dinner after school and then return back to training for another 2 hours. (1) Her typical full day of training was intense. It consisted ...

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