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The power of a sentence is tremendous. A single destructive sentence can ruin somebody's life, make your day, or change your mood. We have sorted out 10 powerful sentences that can change your life for the better.
The presentation of this article gives you the chance to print the related poster to the writer's 10 point list. I found two points to focus on, so I added them to my Pinterest board. Good old-fashion printing of those that catch your eye would be a great motivational aid.
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“One day you will wake up and there won’t be any more time to do the things you’ve always wanted. Do it now.” – Paulo Coelho Everybody wants advice but nobody wants to do the work.
How Busy Colleagues Spread Secondhand Stress Wall Street Journal "The productivity of entire teams can go down," Mr. Arruda says.
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.
Spending some time today once again dealing with magicians who have lifted material created by my clients, without their permission. Feels like you've been stolen from when it happens to you - and opens the magicians doing the copying to the fairly instant and immediate brand of "Thief!"
Don't ruin that reputation you've spent so much time building, just because you think someone else's creation will help you win a prize, or land a job you really, really want. It's really not that hard to create your own work, and it will help you on that long road to building your own reputation. Isn't that better than spending the relatively short time it will take you to steal someone else's work...but at the risk of destroying your own career?
“Do one thing every day that scares you.”―Eleanor Roosevelt
Practical Tips for Productive Living
Ultimately, you can choose to let your past define you and confine you, or you can choose to learn, grow, and leave it behind you. Just like the seasons, you have the ability to change. In many ways, you already have.
1. Memorizing phone numbers It was a hassle remembering numbers. Now we simply add them to our contacts list. That usually works well unless our device is lost, stolen, or damaged. No one can be expected to remember all their contact numbers.
Imagine for a moment all the small decisions you’ve taken today or over the past few days. Now, can you identify all the habits you have formed in your life? Our lives are filled with recurrent and often subconscious patterns of behavior.
Your boss asks you to take on a new project, and your first thought is: “There is just no way.” Maybe it’s because you’re already juggling three projects near deadline, or maybe you fundamentally disagree with his strategy.
What makes some people more successful in work and life than others? IQ and work ethic are important, but they don't tell the whole story.
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How your mobile phone habits may be annoying your colleagues Today.com (blog) Having a heated personal conversation at work? Experts say you might want to ...
As a computer nerd, I’ve always loved Steve Jobs. I still get in a mood during the fall to watch a documentary or movie about him.
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would like to keep this enthusiasm in the task I do
A Catalyst work report shows that most employees feel stress in four main areas: workload levels, interpersonal issues, job security, and juggling work and personal life.
9 simple things that will put meaning back into your life.
How to stay motivated and improve personal effectiveness can feel challenging. There are many factors that impact both of these things. So let’s explore some of them. Below are some examples of things that have a powerful and positive impact on motivation and personal effectiveness.
Google rolled out improvements to how Gmail handles images on Thursday, specifically related to its automatic display of pictures within emails.
Being in a hurry all the time drains your energy. Getting caught up in things beyond your control stresses you out. If you’d like to reduce stress and become calm and cool, put the following 8 steps into practice to be more patient.
The Loss of LeadershipWith the loss of Nelson Mandela, not only did we lose a great man, but we also lost one of the great modern examples of what leadership looks like.
Leadership is a service. And service comes with sacrifice. The sacrifices one person is willing to make for the good of others can take many forms. The giving of one's time and energy is certainly a sacrifice. Unlike money, time and energy are nonredeemable. Once we spend it, there is no getting it back.
If the winter holidays are about spending time with loved ones exchanging presents, then winter holiday air travel is about spending time with strangers exchanging horror stories.
Positive people don’t have a magical power that you don’t possess. Instead of letting stress control them, positive people take control of their life by managing stress and striving to improve every day.
It’s two o’clock in the afternoon and your mind has gone blank. Your fingers hover over the keys as you struggle to capture your last thought. You can’t think of an immediate reason for your lag in productivity, but you suddenly feel distracted and restless. For business owners, however, paying attention to the research on various workplace issues can make a big difference in the daily output of each worker, not to mention overall morale.
The towering giant of horror, Stephen King, will now be thrilling us regularly with his updates on Twitter.
It's tempting for critics to suggest that the iPad is a very personal device, a vanity product that promotes a self-serving approach to life.
Tech Addiction Is So Intense, People Will Pay To Be Offline Huffington Post "Just like you get a trainer, or you pay someone to do things that might be hard for you, they're looking for ways to bring balance" said Tiffany Shlain.
Should you just write the day off? If you want to take a break, go for it. Breaks are productive!