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Why People Who Are Unable To Take Criticism Will Not Succeed
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Has anyone ever said you’re defensive against criticisms? It is as if an universal truth that criticism is a good thing but when in face of it, we cannot help and our defensive mechanism startles. In fact, it is natural that one is inclined to repulse criticism. Famously known, our brains are wired with a fight-or-flight […]

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If You Play Any Musical Instruments, Your Brain Is Very Different From Others'
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For many people, it’s something that’s been endlessly on the to-do list. I’ll take up the guitar. I’ll join a jazz band.If you can play a musical instrument, well done, you do something because you’re passionate about it. It takes dedication and willpower to become a good musician.For those who are undecided, on the verge […]

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How Only 2% of Your Effort Can Drive As High As 98% Of The End Results
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We have always been looking for the path to success but sometimes it seems that we are just going round in circles. I’ve been there too, working really hard on many different things to make sure all of them work really really well, I just wanted it all and I thought that would make me a have […]

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7 Ways to Save Money by Simplifying Your Life
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No. 1: Redefine what ‘enough’ means to you. Life easily becomes overwhelming with commitments to friends and family, work demands, and devices consuming your attention. On busy days, you feel like a hamster racing in its wheel, wrapped in red tape. You begin to wonder if everything in life comes with a price tag. At […]

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This Quality Of Your Man Can Predict Whether Your Marriage Will Last Or Not
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If you’re looking for something serious and don’t want to contribute to divorce statistics, besides all those boxes that you’d like to tick about your future husband, this is one that you should pay especial attention to. That is if you want to be a little more sure about your husband than you are buying […]

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Life Is Too Short. Not Every Book Is Meant To Be Finished. Learn About This Rule
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Many people think that once we buy a book, we should finish reading it. When we can’t, we feel kind of guilty. And that unfinished task would stay in our mind for a long time. This is called sunk cost fallacy, which means your decisions are based on previously invested resources. The more you invest in […]

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Everything Is Neutral, Whether It's Good Or Bad Is Attached To What You Think
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‘Is the glass half empty or half full?’ is a common example showing that sometimes what matters the most is usually how we perceive events and objects instead of what actually happens. If it rains on a holiday, you can either think it is bad because it ruins your day or you can think it is […]

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How to Live a Happy Life: 10 Things to Say Yes to Starting Today
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“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” Marcus Aurelius “Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” Abraham Lincoln “If you want happiness for an hour — take a nap. If you want happiness for a day […]

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‘I Don’t Suck. I’m Just Too Hard on Myself’
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Comments View the discussion thread. With a flight of three small frozen margaritas lined up in front of me, I admit to my friend while catching up over dinner, “Things have been good. My career and family are great, and the podcast I’m on is doing awesome. But there’s something about this year—I’ve come to […]

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