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    Once You Achieve Success, Savor and Enjoy It to the Fullest

    By Dec 10,2018

    I have certain habits and ways of thinking about the world that are the right ways, at least for me: If I make a friend, I do everything within my power to keep the friendship going and to stay close to the person. If I get a book, I always read and ensure I understand the contents. If I start something, I always make sure that I finish it. I like to exercise, and every time I purchase a piece of exercise equipment, I read the manual and I use the equipment every day, or every other day, just Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer...

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    The Dangers of Getting Jobs Through Friends

    By Nov 23,2018

    Men are more ready to repay an injury than a benefit, because gratitude is a burden and revenge a pleasure. “Oh, I already have a friend there. I’ll just contact him.” In the job market, it’s one of the more common things we hear after informing a job seeker that a certain employer has a job opening. There is a lot you need to consider before you decide to apply to a job through a friend or relative, or take a job working for a friend or relative. First, it’s exceedingly rare that a friend or family member will Post...

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  • Goal Setting 4 Comments 

    How Using the Power of a Routine Can Make You a Top Performer

    By Dec 05,2018

    In the early 1990s, a very rigorous scientific study was done in Berlin on music. The study’s objective was to understand why certain violinists were more talented than others. This study is relayed in a fascinating book by Geoff Colvin called Talent is Overrated: What Really Separates World Class Performers from Everybody Else. In order to do the study, the researchers created three groups of violinists–best, above average, and good. Each of these three groups were spending the same amount of their time involved in music-related activities. One...

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  • Finding a Job 4 Comments 

    Seek the Experience and Knowledge of Others in Your Job Search

    By Dec 07,2018

    Back in college there were men I knew who would always shadow other men at parties. The first man would typically spend his entire evening drinking and talking to a woman he met at the party. At some point he would have had too much to drink and would start losing his focus. At that point, the shadow would appear, talk to the girl and, oftentimes, end up going home with her. Since the woman was usually also a little drunk at this point, she was not processing if she liked the shadow as much, and she was discounting Post Footer automatically generated...

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    8 Reasons You Are Not Motivated and Why You Need to Stay Motivated No Matter What!

    By Dec 06,2018

    Your most important asset—in fact your only real asset—is your life force that makes you want to work hard in order to succeed. This force can achieve anything, and it is something you need to keep turned on at all times. If you can keep this turned on, you will succeed. I love movies and television shows about politics. The same theme repeats itself in all of the shows: A very motivated politician fights to get ahead while their opponents constantly try to psyche them out and trip them up. Ultimately, the only thing that enables the politician...

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Job Market 4 Comments 

The Dangers of Getting Jobs Through Friends

By Nov 23,2018

Men are more ready to repay an injury than a benefit, because gratitude is a burden and revenge a pleasure. “Oh, I already have a friend there. I’ll just contact him.” In the job market, it’s one of the more common things we hear...

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Goal Setting 4 Comments 

How Using the Power of a Routine Can Make You a Top Performer

By Dec 05,2018

In the early 1990s, a very rigorous scientific study was done in Berlin on music. The study’s objective was to understand why certain violinists were more talented than others. This study is relayed in a fascinating book by Geoff Colvin called...

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Staying Positive 23 Comments 

The Importance of Your Sense of Self

By Oct 26,2018

Once, when I was around 17 years old, I was sitting in a car with a friend of mine, waiting for another group of kids. My friend was very wealthy and by this age had already inherited several million dollars–and he was very arrogant about this....

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