Benefits of Trying Something New Everyday

Benefits of Trying Something New Everyday Stagnant water loses its worth, and so does a human being. We are made to experience, learn, change, grow and evolve. If you are stuck in a muddle, it is the right to come out of it. It is so sad not to try new things every day when the world is full of wonderful people, places, and experiences. Here you can find a few benefits to motivate your>>>

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Common Fundraising Mistakes to Avoid

Common Fundraising Mistakes to Avoid The basic idea behind any fundraiser is to process the gathering of voluntary contributions of money or other resources, by requesting donations from individuals, businesses, charitable foundations, or governmental agencies. That said, fundraising is no walk in the park, and one must adapt to some keen guidelines with insights that can help you protect your fundraising project from making mistakes that jeopardize the entire process and makes it into a>>>

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5 Ways To Build Your Creative Confidence

5 WAYS TO BUILD YOUR CREATIVE CONFIDENCE There is a difference between being creative and being clever. A clever student can grasp things easily and apply them. They are seen whenever results are out for the top in their class. Creative students may not be atop in their classes but can do things in extra ordinary way. They always find a new simpler way of doing things. Then there are students who do not know>>>

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Why Experiences Are Better Than Money

Why Experiences Are Better Than Money Some people focus on accumulating large amounts of money and spending them on things as opposed to experiences. They believe that material things will bring them happiness. However, this is not entirely true because material things can only provide happiness for a short time. Sooner or later, we are bound to get used to the things that we bought, and when we adapt to these materialistic things, they do>>>

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11 Lessons The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Happiness

11 Lessons The Simpsons Can Teach Us About Happiness The Simpsons, the longest running sitcom on television, has twenty-six seasons under its belt. Each year, new generations of children become fans of the popular cartoon show. Homer’s rants, Bart’s antics, Lisa’s goody-two-shoes behavior, Marge’s sensibility, and Maggie’s cuteness make people laugh. Hidden behind the wise cracking jokes and the sassy remarks is a lesson. Here are the eleven lessons the Simpson family is trying to>>>

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The 10 Rules for Achieving Success

  The 10 Rules for Achieving Success Success is the intentional, premeditated use of choice and decision. Unless you choose—with certainty—what it is you want, you accept table scraps by default! The world is plump with opportunity. With boldness and conviction, stick a fork into the goals you want by being decisive. You are born with great capabilities, but you will not achieve your potential until you call upon yourself to fulfill it. You will>>>

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What is success?

  What is success?  What is success? Only you can define it in your own life. In my own life, I have attempted to define both Success and Significance. To me, Success is secular. Significance is spiritual. It doesn’t matter how you define your own spirituality. Spiritual matters are always finer, deeper, and longer lasting than secular matters. Success focuses on three Fs: • Fans • Fame • Fortune Success is focused on tasks, even>>>

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Happiness and Things Successful People Never Say

Happiness and Things Successful People Never Say I’ve spent some time around unsuccessful people. Happiness and Things Successful People Never Say …..Most of them live in a bubble of hopelessness trying to figure out how to break out of their cell (or cubicle). It’s sad. One person I know is so unhappy and stuck that he seems to always be moving backward, not forward–faltering so much in his lack of productivity that it’s almost comical. Being around unsuccessful people is never>>>

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4 Reasons The Big Picture is Hurting Your Goals

4 Reasons The Big Picture is Hurting Your Goals   (and what you should do about it) You’re motivated. You know exactly what you need to do, you’ve got it all planned out and all you need to do is stick with it. What could go wrong? Day one, check. ✓  You manage to stick with your goal and you’re feeling good. Day two, check. ✓  You did it but feel your motivation waning. Day>>>

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