Do You Believe in What You Do?

Posted by Donald Latumahina

One person with a belief is equal to a force of 99 who have only interests. - John Stuart Mill If you want to live an effective life, there is one condition you should meet: You must believe in what you do. Believing in what you do might seem trivial, but the fact ...

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How to Be Productive at Home: 5 Simple Hacks

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Jane Dizon Waking up is the hardest task of the day. The thought of work, school, or chores, sucks out all your energy. You’re already exhausted just by the thought of it. The idea of procrastinating is likely, and when at home, that’s a formula for ...

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A Simple Way to Measure Your Productivity

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Have you ever been at the end of a working day only to realize that you had accomplished very little? I have. Needless to say, it wasn’t a pleasant experience. I can even look back at entire months where I accomplished just a little. Realizing this, I knew I had to ...

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6 Ways to Get More Done Without Going Crazy

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Cristina Simmons Having too much to do and not enough time to do it is a common affliction. Unfortunately, very few of us has the luxury of hiring help. This means that your only option is to find ways to get more things accomplished each day. ...

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Note: This post is written by Kerry Creaswood Confidence is what separates the good from the bad. However, in life it is easy to lose your confidence in the littlest of ways. Even one bad thing can make you less confident throughout the day. Fortunately, there are ways you can boost your confidence. Here ...

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7 Keys to Success for People in The Seventies

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Daniela McVicker Each decade and the generation that comes of age in that decade creates its own definition of success. In many ways, the seventies was a transitional decade. It began when the anti-war sentiment was powerful in the country and when people were rejecting materialism in ...

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