Mental traps of our mind
Mental traps is the "thumb" and the usual ways in which painfully and avail moves our thought, burning incredible amounts of our time, sucking the energy and not creating any…

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When do we gain and lose strength?
We lose strength when: • say "Yes" when I wanted to say "no», • smile instead of crying, • not rest, • we persuade ourselves to suffer a little more,…

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The laws to success by Randy gage
1. The law of emptiness. If you need new shoes, throw away the old ones. If you need new clothes, clean your closet. You must willingly give up your stereotypes.…

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The main differences between rich and poor

1. The rich save money and time.
2. The poor spend what they earn – the rich invest what they earn.
3. Poor distribute generous tip, and the rich in this restrained.
4. The poor buy for the price they offer, the rich everywhere demand a discount.
5. The poor always pay twice – he pays his avarice.
6. A rich man never has extra money, a poor man always has it.
7. A rich man cannot afford to make sudden purchases.
8. The rule of the wealthy man “we are not rich enough to buy cheap things.”
9. The rich live within their means, and the poor pretend to be a Persian Sheikh. Continue reading

Lessons of charisma and leadership from Radislav Gandapas
1. Make your interlocutors feel the most intelligent, charming and interesting people 2. Behave so that people during the conversation feel that you do not think about anything else: -…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 1)
The habit of putting things off until the last minute can be a big problem both in business and in everyday life. Missed opportunities, overtime, stress, overload, resentment, guilt are…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 2)
If you know that tomorrow is a day off, you will be less inclined to postpone things, because you do not want to afford such a "luxury" as a day…

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How to overcome laziness?
1. To stop being lazy, you have to do nothing I mean what I'm saying. Stand in the middle of the room and do nothing, absolutely nothing: do not eat,…

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