Drowning Your Fears

Drowning Your Fears This is a story of a little buffalo that learned to overcome his fears. A long time ago, a little buffalo lived in the plains of Africa. He was living a comfortable life with his herd but one thing was always on his mind: LIONS! The mere thought of lions terrified him to the core.  One day he approached his father and said, “Dad, can we move away from the plains, please?”>>>

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Why Every Workplace Needs an Introvert

Why Every Workplace Needs an Introvert The world is an extrovert-dominated place. Even workplaces are designed to suit the extrovert nature. Read any job description and you will see that they require dynamic people, self-starters, go-getters, effective-communicators and amazing presenters for nearly all types of positions. Where does that leave a quiet individual who is a silent genius and usually the mastermind behind projects that extroverts in the top hierarchy take credit for? When the>>>

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How To Cope With Discouragement

How To Cope With Discouragement The earlier we admit the fact that discouragement is part of life the faster we are able to cope with it. If we want to be sincere enough virtually everybody from teenage years have at one time or the other experienced this. A lot things cause discouragement from dissatisfaction with self, self pity to offenses from people around us. The state of our minds and our personalities often stand as>>>

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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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4 Ways To Conquer Your Fear

4 WAYS TO CONQUER YOUR FEAR For anyone to survive, they must overcome their fear/s. conquering them will bring forth success for you. Getting scared of things or people slows you down or makes you lose. Fear can be of anything be it fear of exam, drugs, change, water, heights, marriage, anything. From the mentioned a few, you will realize that if you have fear, you might not go beyond where your fear begins. Hence>>>

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Are You The Most Anxious Person to Walk the Earth? Let’s Find Out!

Are You The Most Anxious Person to Walk the Earth? Let’s Find Out! Anxious people are in a class of their own. They look cautiously right and left as they walk down the street. In the instance, they are the only person walking down an empty street; they won’t dare to look back. Their ears perk up and they get supersonic hearing. Dare they hear another pair of footsteps in the distance; they pick up>>>

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Prayer for those in trouble

Prayer for those in trouble Lord, I just want to say THANK YOU, Because this morning I woke up and knew where my children were. Because this morning my home was still standing, Because this morning I am not crying Because my spouse, my child, my brother or sister, my parent does not need to be buried or to be pulled out from underneath a pile of concrete, Because this morning I was able to drink a>>>

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What scares you? Life’s Biggest Con

What scares you?  Life’s Biggest Con   What scares you?  Life’s Biggest Con.  What stories do you make up to con yourself into holding back? What would you do if you didn’t con yourself into being scared? I’ve done something that scared the heck out of me. But it also turned out to be the best thing I’ve ever done! Two years ago, I discovered that my Dad needed a kidney and as soon as I>>>

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The true meaning of SORRY

The true meaning of SORRY  The true meaning of SORRY…. The story goes that some time ago a man punished his 5 year old daughter…   sorry sor·ry  (sŏr′ē, sôr′ē) adj. sor·ri·er, sor·ri·est 1. a. Feeling or expressing sorrow: We’re sorry to hear that you’re leaving so soon. b. Feeling or expressing sympathy or pity: She felt sorry for the rain-soaked cat. c. Feeling or expressing regret, especially for a misdeed or mistake: He said>>>

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Not Letting Go

Not Letting Go Some years ago on a hot summer day in south Florida, a little boy decided to go for a swim in the old swimming hole behind his house. In a hurry to dive into the cool water, he ran out the back door, leaving behind shoes, socks, and shirt as he went. He flew into the water, not realizing that as he swam toward the middle of the lake, an alligator was>>>

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