Tag: self improvement

  • Your company doesn’t need a social purpose to succeed

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    Outside, a protest has taken over the streets. A moody cello player leaves his instrument and joins. Then a frustrated photographer. Cut to a lithe model in a silver dress. (Is that a Kardashian?) She observes the passing march, then rips off her blonde wig and joins the movement, too. The scene ends with a […]

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  • Two Things You Should Focus On Instead of Social Media

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    By John V.M Two Things You Should Focus On Instead of Social Media If you want to be successful. Every Monday and Wednesday, I pay a guy to push my heart rate into the stratosphere and turn my muscles into mush. His name is Tyler, and he’s my personal trainer. For years, I worked out on […]

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  • 5 Things to Do When You Have Too Many Ideas and Never Finish Anything.

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    What do you do when you’re overwhelmed with too many ideas? Do you abandon them, or do you finish what you start? Juggling multiple ideas and goals — to write, exercise, read more, wake up early and so on — is a tough gig that often begins with excitement, but ends with procrastination, and failure to finish any one […]

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  • Why Most Plans are Terrible. And How to Improve Them.

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    It’s Time to Get Comfortable with Uncertainty. “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail,” was the advice of Benjamin Franklin and every sanctimonious boss that ever lived. Yet what happens when our very plans set us up for failure? We’ve all heard about the importance of planning. It’s an easy thing to preach, […]

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  • Socrates – What Makes Someone Wise?

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    by William Cho, Student Voices Imagine you lived in a town where an ugly, big nosed and smelly man walked around undermining your intelligence. You’re sweeping your yard or doing the laundry outside, minding your business, when this notorious man walks up to you and strikes up a conversation with you. His physical ugliness and […]

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