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A patient dog eats the fattest bone. A lesson in patience Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash W e know that! People of our generation, however, want what they want, and they want it now. Patience is no longer a virtue but a liability. I once knew a work colleague who was fed up with her work and life. Every day she spent most of her time applying for ...
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Me and Mom (Dad and My brother was some metres ahead) How a Pilgrimage Can Definitely Change Your Life? It is early 2020; I am in the best moment of my life. I have a good job, stability and I work in one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, receiving an excellent salary. The money that I earn is enough to pay for the rented apartment with ...
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Some nights more than others Photo by Mpho Mojapelo on Unsplash Some nights I go to bed at 10 and sleep at 3 in the morning. I am not complaining these nights are usually the most productive nights, my creativity is at its best and most of my life-changing ideas happen to come to me during these nights. The only challenge with these nights is if th ...
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It’s a never-ending job to discover ourselves~ Photo by nine koepfer on Unsplash My journey on self-discovery began in 2018, it was the first time I can finally aware of myself. Back in childhood, I was that kid who loved to observe people around me, and this habit continued until I went to college. When I was in junior high school, one person alwa ...
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Day 6 in Home Isolation Photo by Ryland Dean on Unsplash #MyHomeIsolationDiary #randomthoughts #RandomCovidDiary I completely forgot about being in the home isolation today. No no, I didn’t cross the Lakshman Rekha and go out of the room but on this day, I was back in action. I am feeling better now and have started working with full enthusiasm aft ...
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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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Ever have those days where trying so hard to reach success, no matter what, something appears to be holding you back and a series of being sent backward? Well, today is the very best day to organize your life and develop techniques to accomplish individual success in life. You will need to work hard and make a commitment to reach success with your ...
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We all have our peculiar reading tastes that we don’t need to defend — de gustibus.Read the full story ...
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How Omigo was built on lessons learned from an ecommerce expert, and why never forgetting the small things is the biggest lesson of all Via https://myomigo.com/products/omigo#slide-8 The best way to learn something is by doing, which is a lesson that Thomas Lotrecchiano’s father taught him early on in his career. Thomas and his father started Omigo ...
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‘It’s always going to be a nightmare’ ‘Mediocrity knows nothing higher than itself but talent instantly recognizes genius’ Photo by Samuel Regan-Asante on Unsplash My award for the best graduating student in my undergrad should grant me a direct ticket to any of the IVY’s League. As a matter of fact, I was not only passionate about good grades, I w ...
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How To Decide When You Should Go For It Photo Credit: Adobe Photostock I recently started a YouTube channel… I know, it seems pretty daring to start something like this in 2021 after YouTube is fully established and the algorithm… well…“it is what it is.” It's especially daring when you find out what type of YouTube channel I started… let’s just sa ...
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How to live your life with no regrets? Image by Jill Wellington from Pixabay If you seek success in life, I’d like to share a framework that may work for you to achieve the *successes that you always wanted. I’ve been studying many successful people over several years and followed a few people whose ideas resonate with me. I started to notice simil ...
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Perhaps we need to learn to become friends with our here and now to build better tomorrows.Read the full story ...
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Women-led businesses in Germany drive medical innovations and the digitization of the education system and tend to pursue societal goals (vs. many of their male counterparts who are more likely to be motivated by economic interests). They are determined to bring their visions to market, break down barriers, and will ultimately turn Germany into the ...
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Part 1 — Craft They say “hindsight is 20/20”. It’s very true. 10 years ago I made the switch from graphic design to user experience after a 10-year stint working for print shops & manufacturing environments. It has been an incredible journey so far, but there are many things I wished I had learned earlier than I did. These are the top 30. I share t ...
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Ever since the early 1990s, Israel has consistently been a hotbed of new innovation and emerging technologies. It is why some of the biggest tech companies dedicate critical resources in Israel, like Oracle’s new cloud region in Jerusalem and our startup program. The Startup Nation is positioned to become even more important, unleashing innovation ...
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