Category: Success

What Does It Mean To Be Practical

What Does It Mean to Be Practical?

We live in a world where we are told to dream and have lofty goals. We are always working our butts off to improve our lives and get the most out of it that we can. While the big dreams are nice, sometimes we have to be practical in certain situations.

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Why Is Passion Important for Success in Life

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

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

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

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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Critical Thinking Examples

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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