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Become A Better You, One Habit At A Time

You саn dо juѕt аbоut аnуthіng іf уоu break dоwn thе task іntо habits. You аrе mоrе lіkеlу tо ѕtісk with good hаbіtѕ over thе lоng run if you ѕtаrt wіth tіnу habits thаt аrе іnсrеdіblу еаѕу іn thе beginning. When уоu mіѕѕ a hаbіt once, gеttіng bасk оn track and ѕtісkіng wіth thе nеxt оссurrеnсе оf thаt hаbіt ѕhоuld become thе tор priority іn your life. in Superhuman by Habit by Tynan, you will find brilliant steps to becoming the best version of yourself, one habit at a time….

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Do You Need to Be a Jerk to Become Successful?

Steve Jobs is probably the easiest-to-recall example of a successful person with a well-known history of being a jerk. He’s not the only one, though. Jeff Bezos, the architect of Amazon and currently one of the richest men in the world, has also been labeled as a jerk by others. Beyond the tech industry, there are also examples. Tucker Max, a well-known author, literally leads the “About” section of his website with this:[1] “My name is Tucker Max, and I am an asshole. I get excessively drunk at inappropriate times,…

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Life Will Become Better In Just 1 Month If You Read This

Human beings are habitual creatures. You can’t simply change if you’re not prepared for the change itself. That’s right; it’s an uphill task to change things that you are not ready to change. Let’s be honest; can you really start that new diet regime, gym plan or quit smoking if you cannot find within you the strength to do it? “Your energy should come from within you,” says Michael Singer is his book The Untethered Soul. The problem is that we’re tethered to a vicious loop of “started something new, trying…

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Become a Professional Designer in a Few Minutes With Canva

No matter what jobs you do, a project will involve one or more of design-related tasks such as editing photos, creating special presentation slides, creating posters, wallpapers and unique imagery. If you’re not a designer, you have a few basic options: Hire one. It can be expensive; the average freelance designer rate is about $ 75-$ 150/hour now.[1] Use tools like Photoshop or InDesign yourself. It’s often complicated and can take many steps to achieve something relatively basic. In both situations, time, effort, money are expanded. What if there was…

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Why Do Parents Become Helicopter Parents

It began innocently enough with Suzy helping her daughter Jane with her 1st grade diorama. Her daughter began the diorama on her own, but Suzy began to see that it looked as though a 3 year old had done the work. She knew she needed to intervene or her daughter would not get a good grade on the project and would be hurt when she saw how good the other kid’s projects looked. Suzy knew that all the other parents would be helping their kids. She didn’t want her daughter’s…

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How I Become Creative by Spending 10 Minutes a Day to Exercise My Brain Muscle

I still remember that time when I was around the age of 6, I drew a picture about me and my parents during art class. That was my first class and I could draw anything but I really wanted to draw my family and so I did. My other classmates drew something different, some drew animals, some drew ugly aliens, some drew pretty princesses. My teacher came to me and said, “Brian, you can be more creative next time.” And that moment I thought, maybe I really wasn’t a creative…

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How to Make Someone Who’s Angry at You Suddenly Become Nice (Even If He’s a Stranger!)

We’ve all found ourselves in situations where someone is angry with us. It could be a spouse, friend, co-worker, or even a stranger! And if you’re someone who likes everyone to be happy and nice, then these instances make you uncomfortable. You want to solve the problem and make things better. But how do you make a person who’s angry at you suddenly become nice? 4 Steps to Fix the Situation Every situation is unique and you’ll have to determine how to best approach an angry person in the moment….

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Become Successful 10 Times Easier: Don’t Focus on Improving Your Faults

Watch enough nature documentaries, and you’re bound to witness an apex predator singling out the sickest and the weakest prey. People seem to have a subconscious fascination with homing in on weaknesses in ourselves and others. Just like how we watch a lion attacks the slowest antelope, we sometimes watch as our self-doubt and negativity rip our dreams apart. We truly are our worst critics. To be successful, you must resist the urge to focus on deficits and start capitalizing on your strengths. Constructive feedback and a critical eye are…

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The One Trick That Will Make You Become More Confident When Facing Challenges

You desperately want to be promoted at work, but there’s a problem… you lack the self confidence to push yourself ahead. Year after year you watch your colleagues move up the ladder, while you languish at the bottom. It’s not that chances don’t come your way – it’s just that you never take them when they do. Sadly, as time goes by, your self-confidence plummets to new lows, and your original career dreams lay dead in the water. If this (or something similar) has happened to you, then it’s time…

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Why the More Threats We Fight Every Day, the More Successful We Become

Your boss has asked you to speak at your company’s annual employee conference. In fact, he’s penciled you in to talk for 15 minutes in front of an expected crowd of 800 people. There’s just one problem… you’re terrified of public speaking! Instead of relishing the chance to shine in front of your colleagues – you’re consumed by trying to find a way to get out of doing the speech. Fear of public speaking is common. However, instead of allowing fears such as this to hold you hostage, you can…

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