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Dreams Are Imaginary But Setting Your Goals In This Way Can Make Them Come True!
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All of us have failed to achieve a goal at some point. In spite of our best intentions, circumstances and a lack of motivation can keep us from following through. Even the most dedicated goal setters occasionally question whether they are taking the right steps to lead a fulfilling life. When life becomes complicated, our […]

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How to Win More by Giving up for the Right Reason
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One of the core practices in Buddhism is non attachment. Buddhists believe that forming emotional attachments to things, will inevitably lead to suffering. Whilst this notion has been taken to extremes, with people not forming attachments to anything, abandoning all possessions and forsaking friendship. I believe that non attachment can be beneficial in certain ways, […]

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90% of People Chase for What Others Want, but Not What They Really Want
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What do you think the main purposes in life are? Some people would say that the main goal is to have a happy family, while others may say a successful career. Some people may prioritize traveling and seeing the world, while others want to spend as much time as possible with their friends. In reality […]

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Reading 200 Books a Year Is Possible If You Master These Two Skills
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Some of the most influential people in the world have said that reading is the key to knowledge, expanding your mind and understanding and gaining true success. But as an average Joe, how many books can we conceivably read? You might get through a few books a year if your attention span lasts that long, […]

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How to Remember Everything Without Being Hard Working
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Are you overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge that you are expected to remember every day? The Digital Age can leave us feeling like we are in a constant state of information overload. We have so many things competing for our attention, that it can be hard to stay focused. Your memory is one of […]

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How False Beliefs Are Formed and What You Can Do to Spot Them Out
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Are windmills machines used to produce wind? The faster windmills are observed to rotate, the more wind is observed to be. Therefore, wind is caused by the rotation of windmills. [1] This is an example of reverse causality, which happen when we illogically infer causation from correlation. Often times, we mistakenly imply a strong correlation […]

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The 7 Reasons We Fail
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Plus, how to rebound from our missteps As any successful person will honestly admit, failure happens, and we’ve all had our fair share of it. But from each failure, we learn two equally valuable lessons. One, that there was at least one reason we failed; and two, that we can rebound from that failure. So, […]

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Think That Positive Mantras Help a Lot? Try Value Affirmation Instead
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Positive thinking is one of the most touted philosophies in the world. Many authors have written many different books and articles professing about the advantages of positive mantras, and the list includes not only writers but many notable industrialists, celebrities, and highly respected personalities. Decoding positive thinking Positive thinking [1] is actually developing our mindset in […]

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Not All Books Are Meant to Be Read. Here's How to Pick the Right Ones
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As a culture, we have become reverential of books and the written word. This is a great thing. A great book can challenge us, change the way we think, or tell us fantastic stories that stick with us. This is why I write, why I chose to study literature at university. I believe prose is […]

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