It’s Never Too Late to Live Your Life

It’s Never Too Late to Live Your Life Once upon a time, a man was wandering in a clear, grey forest. He seemed to be lost, searching for something. However, before he could find what he had been looking for, he came across a tiger. The tiger chased the man to the edge of the cliff and the man tipped over. Luckily, he grabbed a vine half way down the fall. He was momentarily safe. Although, when he looked up at the cliff, he didn’t quite feel that way. The tiger stood, bare tooth and gnawing away at the edge in the hopes of catching the man waiting to devour his own hunger. The man gulped down and decided to find a way to get himself out of this predicament by looking for a way further down. Perhaps, he could make his way back to home from somewhere on the>>>

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Rejection Does Not Justify Giving Up

Rejection Does Not Justify Giving Up Once upon a time….. There was a farmer who lived in small village. He made a very small income with the harvest that he carried to the town on the back of his donkey to sell. He was a man with a limited vision and felt content when the smallest of his needs were fulfilled. Every day, the farmer took the same road to and from the town. One day, on his way back home, the farmer stopped by a well to have some water. Unfortunately, as he looked for the well’s bucket, his donkey fell into it. The farmer felt quite miserable at losing his donkey like that. However, the donkey was not dead yet. It cried out to his master to help him out of the well. The farmer stared at the pathetic creature. It had been with him for a very>>>

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How to Never Be Trapped into a Bad Purchase Again

How to Never Be Trapped into a Bad Purchase Again The urge to buy new things is an explicit example as to how human psychology operates regarding our perception: that a solution to a problem is attaining something desirable at first. Since buying and purchasing things comes natural to all of us, so should the art of buying also; but alas, this isn’t true. Purchasing things can be tricky, and just as consumption of food requires a carefully thought out and specific recipe, buyers too should equip themselves with the proper tactics to be a good purchaser. Here are some general tips that can guide you to be an expert on buying things without getting yourself into a corner or a bad purchase ever again. 1.     Negotiation can be for anything Not all price tags are the final verdict of price; careful inquisition could lead you to available coupons and>>>

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Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us

Moral Lessons the Cartoon Tom and Jerry Teach Us Tom and Jerry, the fights, the chases, and the friendship neither one was willing to admit. Our two favorite childhood characters amused us in each and every episode, made us laugh, and carved a special spot for themselves in our childhood memories. Even today, children watch Tom and Jerry with the same enthusiasm as we did when we were their age. We bet that as adults you still find yourself watching Tom and Jerry with kids or without them. For some reason, Tom and Jerry is a cartoon whose lifespan has surpassed decades. No matter what new cartoon comes along, it will never take the place of Tom and Jerry. For the simple fact, the cartoon teaches us moral lessons. What type of moral lessons is what we are going to take a look at: 1.     Never Give Up When Tom>>>

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10 Crimes You Must Never Commit In An Interview

10 CRIMES YOU MUST NEVER COMMIT IN AN INTERVIEW Everyone takes years to sharpen their skills in their area of specialization. We spent plenty of time writing and re-writing our CV and now when it comes to attending an interview, cautions must be taken not to do anything wrong since it will cost you the job. Anything impressive must be done but still with limits lest you overdo it. Never answer a call No one will ever excuse you to take your call since you had all the time to attend to whatever you wanted before the interview. Better still, you will when out of the room. So make sure your phone is in silent mode during the interview. Never lie Every institution wishes to recruit honest individuals because they will be trusted with however small the company’s resources would be. If the potential employer detects even the slightest lie>>>

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A Winning Success Story You’ll Never Believe

A Winning Success Story You’ll Never Believe Could you imagine making your fortune of discarded bananas? We do not know about you, but when we heard this story, we could not believe what we were hearing. In 1895, a Russian immigrant found nearly rotten bananas on a train that was headed north.  Seeing that the bananas would go to waste, he formulated a mind-blowing idea, as the idea made him the “Richie Rich” of New Orleans. This is the winning success story of Sam the Banana Man, Samuel Zemurray. The Start of a Legacy A distraught and frustrated Samuel Zemurray was an 18 year old from Russia who had dreams to make it big in the United States. On the fateful day, in 1985, his rotten luck changed because of rotten bananas lying on the train. Hoping to get a fresh start, he made the decision to buy the bananas>>>

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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 fun. If you listen to folks who can’t seem to push ahead in their career or who have never started a company or led large groups of people, they all seem to mimic the same speech patterns. They talk the same language. Here are the 10 phrases they always use. Spot this negative talk in others (or in yourself), and you’ll find the wrench in your business’s growth. 1. “That’s impossible” The most unsuccessful people>>>

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Tough Times Never Last; Tough People Do

Tough Times Never Last; Tough People Do Author: Robert Schuller My daughter Carol lost her leg in a motorcycle accident in 1978. At the time, Mrs. Schuller and I were in Korea. On the long trip back to Iowa, I searched for the right thing to say. What would my first words to Carol be? When we arrived at the hospital, I was shocked. Carol lay in her bed in intensive care, her body bruised, broken, and disfigured. But her spirits were whole and healthy. Immediately she solved the problem of what to say by speaking first: “I know why it happened, Dad. God wants to use me to help others who have been hurt.” It was this spirit that carried her through seven months of hospitalization, intravenous feedings, and consequent collapsed veins. This positive attitude gave her the courage to fight a raging infection that threatened her life and>>>

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