By Rima J Pundir

But Why is Decision Making So Tough?

Frankly, on any given day, we often end up making hundreds of small and maybe insignificant decisions. When to get up, to exercise or not, what to wear, what to eat, where to go, how to go and much, much more? These decisions are made in a split second and are easy enough to figure but because they don’t really affect the outcome of anything per se – our breakfast choice, as long as it healthy and filling enough, does not alter the future of us or the world.

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By Brian Lee

We are all guilty of some of these things from time to time.

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By Dr. Travis Bradberry

If you’re ambitious, you’re bound to feel like a failure from time to time. Lofty goals lead to inevitable moments when you aren’t yet living up to your expectations.

We live in a world that reinforces this feeling. Though most people won’t admit it—other than the guy with the ‘He who dies with the most toys wins’ bumper sticker—in the back of our minds, we equate material possessions with success.

It’s a shame we fall prey to materialistic thinking because we certainly know better. A study by Strayer University found that 90% of Americans believe happiness is a bigger indicator of success than power, possessions, or prestige. Digging a little deeper, 67% defined success as “good relationships with friends and family,” and 60% said it is loving what you do for a living. Only 20% stated that monetary wealth determines success.

But saying and doing are two very different things.

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By James Clear

One of the hardest things in life is to know when to keep going and when to move on.

On the one hand, perseverance and grit are key to achieving success in any field. Anyone who masters their craft will face moments of doubt and somehow find the inner resolve to keep going. If you want to build a successful business or create a great marriage or learn a new skill then “sticking with it” is perhaps the most critical trait to possess.

On the other hand, telling someone to never give up is terrible advice. Successful people give up all the time. If something is not working, smart people don’t repeat it endlessly. They revise. They adjust. They pivot. They quit. As the saying goes, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”

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How many of you are capable of making a perfect weekend plan? We’re sure, most of you can’t! Mostly, our weekends ends by lazing around the house either watching television or surfing the web or cribbing about not having to do anything. So, while you were busy searching (or at least pretended to be searching) for things to do, we’ve found a perfect gateway to a nice weekend.

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By Jacquelyn Smith

Most people will tell you they don’t look forward to Sunday evenings.

In fact, a whopping 76% of American workers say they get the Sunday-night blues, according to a 2015 Monster survey.

Even if you love your job and typically look forward to getting back into the swing of things, “it’s easy to feel a bit of trepidation on Sundays about the stresses waiting for you on Monday morning,” writes Laura Vanderkam in her book “What The Most Successful People Do On The Weekend.”

Experts say there are certain things successful people do at the end of the weekend to combat those Sunday-night blues and prepare for the week ahead.

Here are 12 of them:

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With an average capacity of built-in 3000-6000 mAh batteries, the average use time of a laptop does not exceed 3-5 hours.

A good power bank will increase this time by at least three times, allowing you to work on a laptop even in the absence of electricity for several days. In order to understand which model is best to buy, you should consider several important factors, from capacity to functionality and price. And we are going to do this for you right now!

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The ideal place for a buyer exists – visit # 1 of the Nigerian online-marketplace and you will find:

the largest range of new and used goods, the opportunity to find the right product with the help of filters in just a moment, the possibility to choose the best price and guaranteed protection against scammers due to the strict anti-scam policy of the website.

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By Career Success for Newbies

Can someone really strive to be happy at work? I mean after all, it is called work. Is work supposed to deliver happiness to us? I believe work can deliver happiness and you can strive to be happy at work.

Entirely possible. I have seen people who are happier at work than anywhere else. And they are perfectly healthy people. Here are 6 Tips to Be Happy at Work.

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By James Clear

It was 1955 and Disneyland had just opened in Anaheim, California when a ten-year-old boy walked in and asked for a job. Labor laws were loose back then and the boy managed to land a position selling guidebooks to visitors for $0.50 a piece.

Within a year, he had transitioned to Disney’s magic shop where he learned tricks from the older employees. He experimented with jokes and tried out simple magic routines on the visitors. Soon, he discovered that what he loved was not performing magic, but performing in general. The young boy set his sights on becoming a comedian.

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By Brian Lee

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