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Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay Perhaps you do not understand This thing you think funny, where it will land? It hits a spot deep down inside I feel myself recoil, wanting to hide If I tell you my story will you then comprehend? Or will what is between us lie cold on the floor my friend? Too deep, too much, I hear you say Well, tha ...
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What if I fail? You have asked yourself that question before. And it's perfectly normal, a sign of growth. But let someone talk to you about it in this article.
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Personal Thoughts — Death To 2021 If you felt like 2021 was not your year, you are not alone, but maybe it is not as bad as we think it was. Photo by Kalen Emsley on Unsplash The Netflix movie “Death To 2021” fittingly offered a comical relief to what in more ways than one, was a crazy year. If they did one about me too, it probably would have come ...
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Time is NOT Money…Time is truly scarce and the only currency that really matters.
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If you can let go of passion and follow your curiosity, your curiosity just might lead you to your passion Photo by Reuben Rapose I bet a lot of us have been at the receiving end of the phrase “Follow your Passion” at some point in our lives. But often, people don’t talk about how to do that. People automatically spit out the cliché because it’s so ...
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What I see is right ? Whenever I had a conversation about people with anybody I always related myself with the person who is naive or sweet. I hardly related myself with a character who is negative. Whenever I watched a movie, the super heroes in the movies or the ones who are shown good were the ones I related to. At first I wondered is it me actu ...
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Over the past couple of days, I’ve become increasingly aware of an inner agitation to stillness. It’s this insistent feeling of demanding and wanting more. To do more. To have more. To be more. I was in the house alone with nothing planned for that day and something inside me felt like a failure. Why? Because I wasn’t doing anything productive. Or ...
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Death and Being Immortal According to Epicurus: Is Eternal Life Worth the Price of Our Happiness? The Death of Seneca’ (1871), by Manuel Domínguez Sánchez Death is something that can’t be avoided. Hopefully, that sentence no longer surprises us. I agree that the brevity and uncertainty of life are what bother us frequently. Philosophers may have wa ...
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Money does not buy happiness, money buys freedom. Having a bit of wealth means the possibility of taking time off from work when feeling burned out or sick.
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The first few pages hooked me, and I devoured it over several days, capturing hundreds of Kindle highlights in the process. It’s quite unlike anything I’ve ever read, and one of my favorite chapters is titled “Cosmic Insignificance Therapy.”
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Who’s hijacked our minds on LinkedIn? A critical thinking approach to identifying how we fall prey to the psychologically exploitative strategies being used by some content creators on LinkedIn and other social media Into the deep ? by Joanna Nowak What is critical thinking? According to The Peak Performance Center, critical thinking refers to the ...
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A Personal View On Working At A Start-up, Long Hours, Working Remotely & Burn Out Photo by Mathias Jensen on Unsplash There’s a common image that comes to mind when people picture a startup: a garage full of poorly-groomed, immature 20-somethings, munching on pizza, fueled by coffee and Red Bull, staring at a computer screen all day (and night). Th ...
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The moment I begin to put my words down, I find peace of mind and a great escape to the bliss I seek. Photo by Arash Asghari on Unsplash Henry David Thoreau said that “the mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. What is called resignation is confirmed desperation. From the desperate city, you go into the desperate country, and have to console ...
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It’s easy to be a writer when no one is reading your work By Amador Loureiro on Unsplash I often wonder how other people do it. How do they make it work? The ideas, the writing, the hustle, the likes. It’s all so tiring, frustrating, nerve-wracking. Yet they do it. They get published, discussed, paid. Heard. I’ve always wanted to be one of them. I ...
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Good reads from the past month. Start By Doing Nothing We don’t always have to find something to do. Sometimes doing nothing can do a lot for us… 5 Psychological Reasons You Don’t Feel Confident Let them go and your natural confidence will rise… How To Live The Life You Want A sure way to waste you life away is to live a lifestyle that requires you ...
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Google Images It’s important to answer the question accurately, “What Is Your Life Purpose” because most people get it wrong. You’ll hear a short statement declaring this is my Life Purpose, when in fact, all that has been said is a life purpose statement that has been made up. There is a tremendous amount of misunderstanding about what a Life Purp ...
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Have you ever found yourself in a place where you aren’t your true self? We withhold a part of ourselves from the world with a fear of being judged or bullied. This is the basis of our armor, similar to physical armor, this mental armor protects our vulnerable places. To be vulnerable means getting an unstable feeling when we share or do something ...
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thinking, fast and slow. Photo by Tachina Lee on Unsplash “Intelligence is not only the ability to reason; it is also the ability to find relevant material in memory and to deploy attention when needed.” ― Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow Cognitive bias occurs because of distortion or change in perception from rational to irrational in maki ...
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Elements of Design — Perspective, Composition and Gestalt principle’s Self-taken picture of me — Exploring Ever wondered what being creative actually is? Often people equate “creative” with “artistic” Well… No! It’s not a fixed trait, nobody is born with creative genes. Being the person who never used scale in college days I would rather prefer rou ...
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Lessons learned from early struggles and why relying on the standard DTC Playbook may not be the be-all end-all via https://burrow.com/blog/guidance/how-to-move-without-losing-it If you look on Twitter or do a quick Google search, you’ll find a ton of chatter about the foolproof DTC playbook. Everyone has ideas about the surefire ways that young DT ...
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