A while back I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It’s a fascinating documentary about Jiro Ono, who is arguably the best sushi chef in the world. His restaurant has earned three Michelin stars (the highest possible) and was visited by President Obama when he came to Japan. In that movie, he ...

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Note: This post is written by Diana Beyer Most people hate Scarlet O’Hare. I found her interesting when I first read Gone with the Wind. She reminded me of a fellow student – totally self-centered, but creative and clever, even in her shallowness. Other plots and characters have provided insights and skill development ...

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Note: This post is written by Patrick Cole Where are you? Of course, you are some place on this planet. But where are you in your mind, heart and soul? Are you where you want to be in your personal and professional life? Do you know where you want to go ...

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Note: This post is written by Jane Dizon Experts say it takes 21 days to form a habit, but recent studies show that there isn’t really a definite number of days. However, the most recent research found out that the average time to develop new behaviors is two months. That’s at least ...

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Start Living a Better Life: 10 Habits to Form

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Note: This post is written by Andrew Howe Are you satisfied with your life? Most people complain about the quality of their lives from time to time. We believe that having a raise of salary, much free time, or a strong reputation can make us happier and, therefore, we can start living a ...

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How to Improve Sleep: 25 Sleeping Tips

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Dante Munnis Getting a good night of sleep is beneficial for both physical and mental health. When we don’t get enough sleep, we struggle to concentrate, are frequently moody, and our reaction time is slowed. In fact, sleep deprivation can impair our ability to drive in the ...

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