Author: Carmen Jacob

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How to Not Be Socially Awkward?

Being socially awkward is all relative, which means that a lot of it comes from within you. So, in order to behave less awkwardly, try to get out of your own head. Keep in mind that in reality, people are not focusing on you as much as you expect, so don’t feel self-conscious about your insecurities.

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Why Is Passion Important for Success in Life?

Passion is an emotion that will help lead you to your purpose. We all have a finite amount of time to make our mark on the world, and we all have unique gifts and talents. When we claim and own those gifts, and then shine them into the world, that’s when we’re living our life purpose.

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Why Done Is Better Than Perfect?

It’s near impossible to ever do something perfectly, so it’s better to focus on getting something that is 80% right and then go for it. There is also a big advantage to putting something out that isn’t perfect – you get to improve it with the feedback from your clients.

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How to Make Every Day Count?

Ironically, sometimes life gets in the way of actually enjoying life. Days go by crazy fast thanks to our modern lifestyles and careers. Sometimes you can’t help but lose track of what day of the week it is! Here are 16 ways to make each day count.

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Why Is Self Discipline Important?

Self-disciple is important because without it a person is set adrift against the vicissitudes of life. Self-discipline means control of oneself through actions and response to situations. Self-disciple is not easy. But nothing worthwhile ever is.

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Why Are People Selfish?

Humans are naturally self-fulfilling, self-pleasure-seeking individuals – we want what is in our best interest. Selfishness is defined as seeking or concentrating on one’s own advantage, pleasure, or well-being without regard for others.

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9 Critical Thinking Examples

Critical thinking skills allow one to make one’s choices more informed and more often than not correct. Reactive choice making without critical thinking allows us to be manipulated by the remitter of the message and/or to be at the mercy of our most base emotions.

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How to Believe in Yourself More?

Believing in yourself is really hard if you’re always beating yourself up about the mistakes you’ve made, your behavior, how you look, or how you’re feeling. You’re able to make your own way in life and reap the benefits of blessings when you own your own faults and weaknesses.

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18 Things to Be Thankful for (The Ultimate List)

Our lives may not be perfect, but there is always something to be thankful for. Whether it’s a job, family, or even the small things, life presents opportunities for gratitude. Together with 11 experts, we created the ultimate list of things to be thankful for. See which made it to the top of the list.

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How to Stop Loving Someone Who Doesn’t Love You?

One of the best feelings in the world is love. Everyone wants to love and be loved. But what if the feeling is no longer mutual? We asked 11 experts, “how to stop loving someone who doesn’t love you?” Read their top insights below. Dinorah Nieves, PhD Author, LOVE YOU: 12 Ways to Be Who You Love

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How to Live a Meaningful Life?

While each person’s definition of a meaningful life may be different, happiness is often part of the equation. A recent study showed that a wandering mind tends to be an unhappy mind and that the greatest feelings of happiness come when our minds are focused on what we’re doing in the moment.

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How to Get Rid of Social Anxiety?

Social anxiety can be extremely stressful for those who suffer from this mental health issue. It tends to creep up in a lot of different situations: from the work environment to the social aspect of life, it is anywhere and always ready to attack.

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How to Deal with Controlling People?

Whether it be dealing with a control freak or realizing you’re being overly controlling yourself, coming up with solutions for mutual respect and learning how to handle the situation is important, especially if it’s with people you are constantly surrounded by.

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How to Get Rid of Negative Thoughts?

Keeping our mind free of negative thoughts is a pathway to peace. This is a path we all wish to be on. But how? The truth is, saying a positive thought 100 times isn’t going to help you if you don’t believe it.

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13 Fun Things to Do at Home

If you’re looking for fresh ideas for a fun at home time, this is for you! When you have a few hours to kill at home, whip out that new, more complicated recipe you’ve been pushing off trying and give it a go or set up a spa night!

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How to Solve Relationship Problems Without Breaking Up?

Solving relationship problems without breaking up requires an overall understanding that it is not humanly possible to have a perfect relationship. In fact, it is quite “normal” for every relationship to experience “problems” as a result of two different human beings having two different and unique life experiences that shape two different and unique opinions about life.

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How to Express Your Emotions [the Ultimate Guide]

Long before we can even speak, we experience emotions; we cry, we laugh, we jump with surprise or gasp in fear. Emotions are meant to be experienced and not suppressed. Emotions tell us how we respond to something and they are very important to our psychological well-being.

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