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A Simple Lesson from My Recent Trip

Posted by Donald Latumahina 4 Comments

My wife and I recently had a two-weeks trip to Vietnam and Thailand. It was exciting! The best part was that we got to meet some readers there. I also learned some lessons from the trip, and I’d like to share the biggest lesson that I learned with you. The lesson is this: To live  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning

Note: This post is written by Kamal Gill Have you ever re-watched a children’s movie and got more out of it as an adult than you previously did as a child? In honor of Rudyard Kipling’s story The Jungle Book recently hitting movie theatres across the globe; I thought I’d take a look back at the  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Learning

If you have been with me for some time, you might know that I’m a big believer in self-education. In fact, I believe that it’s essential for thriving in life. Last week I wrote about the importance of having a knowledge advantage. In my post about self-education, I gave four reasons why self-education is important: It  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning

A Key to Getting Ahead in Life

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Do you want to get ahead in life? If so, then there is one key you should have: a knowledge advantage. I learned about this from Mark Cuban through his book How to Win at the Sport of Business. Mark Cuban is the billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks and one of the ‘sharks’ on  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning, Working

8 Tips to Optimize Your Commute

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Note: This post is written by Sarah Landrum Every morning, 128 million people commute to work in the U.S. More than three-quarters of them commute alone. While you may regard your commute as an event to be suffered through — and perhaps even dread — you could be putting that time in your car to productive  [ Read More ]

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 was already 85 years  [ Read More ]

Categories: Learning, Working