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“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the ings you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines, Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Mark Twain. Society talks about success all the[…]

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Do you want to accomplish your goals and achieve greater success in 2017? If you are, this will be the right article for you. Here are 10 tips how you can produce better results and reach higher grounds in this brand new year. 1. Practice daily goal setting Set your[…]

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How often have you applied for a creative position and gotten no reply? How often have you attended an interview but never heard back from them? How many times have you attended interviews that were one-way? How many times have candidates who are less qualified or creative than you, beaten[…]

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Where does your time go? We all know we are busy, yet we feel behind and don’t get to do the things we really want to do. Planning is the best time saver there is. At the beginning of the week jot down your goals that you want to accomplish,[…]

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If you feel like your life moves faster than a Nascar race, you’re not alone. We are living in a time where dual income families and single parent homes are the norm, a sharp contrast to the happy sitcom families we grew up watching on TV. So how do you[…]

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I have something I have to admit… I used to be a dyed-in-the-wool procrastinator. In fact, according to my Dad, procrastination was the first long word I ever learned, followed quickly by procrastinating and procrastinator. I think I was 6. And whether it was cleaning my room, eating my veggies,[…]

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Unless you want to die poor and unless you want to die a frustrated and miserable human being, never fall for the myth that there is a shortcut to success. If there is any shortcut to success, it is that you have to take the long route to success. There[…]

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Some of these may be pretty self-explanatory, (like sleeping), but here are ten things you can do on your commute to work. 1. Sleep 2. Do work on your laptop 3. Read a book 4. Read the Newspaper 5. Do Sudoku 6. Listen to your iPod 7. Play games on[…]

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