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[20 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
How to Set your Goals: the 7 Best Qualities of Your Goals

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Definitions
Goals — the general statements that describe the desired solution to a problem or issue.
Ask some truly successful people what accounts for their achievements and you’ll often hear this answer: goals. Indeed, clear goals are the fulcrum on which all prioritizing turns. To set goals is worth a good block of your time. Without goals your time will be aimless.
However, what kinds of goals? What must goals be?

Specific – A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To …

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[3 Apr 2015 | No Comment | ]
How to Find Out What you Want To Do with your Personal Life

You may already be familiar with the 80/20 rule, but in case your not, it states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your activities.
In sales this can be found as 80% of thesales coming from 20% of the sales
people, or in business as 80% of the market share belonging to 20% of the companies.
The 80/20 rule shows us that in order to be successful (and receive the rewards associated with that success) you must be extremely good at what you do.
A Commitment To Excellence

People who reach the …

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[11 Mar 2015 | No Comment | ]
Amazing Benefits of the Power of Touch

Touch is the first sense we gain and the secret weapon in many a successful relationship and it remains perhaps the most emotionally central throughout our lives.  Here’s how to regain ease in your first language.
While many researchers have appreciated its power, others have been more circumspect. Writing in 1928, John B. Watson, one of the originators of the behaviorist school of psychology, urged parents to maintain a physical boundary between themselves and their children: “Never hug and kiss them, never let them sit on your lap. If you must, …

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[17 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
Top Ten Smartest People In the World

The smartest people in the world are successful people whose IQ exceeds the threshold of geniuses considerations.
According to the classifications made by psychologists evaluators, half of the people IQs in the range 90 – 110. A 2.5 percent of the population have mental diseases, ie an IQ less than 70, and the percentage is tiny geniuses: 0.5 % of people on the planet, with an IQ over 140.
 
10. Stephen Hawking
Scientist, based physicist Hawking has an IQ of 160. Born in Oxford physicist has proved many times the power of thought, …

Panorama, Personal Development »

[15 Oct 2013 | No Comment | ]
What Does Green Eyes Say About Your Personality?

      The connotation of eye colors does say enough about a person. But then again it is more about the genetics you inherit. Personalities of individual to individual are dissimilar and it is definitely not about eye colors only. It might be true to certain level that the color of your eye may have an huge impact on your personality but again it is all about your own personal life as well. The mention traits below are simple observations and do not specifically points to the fact that …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[31 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

<Anxiety and worry disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the U.S., affecting over 19 million people.>
Worrying is a permanent preoccupation with past or future bad events. Worry can create emotional stress and negative feelings.
There are many different types of worries. They include pessimistic thoughts about what might happen in the future, about what is happening in the present, and about what was happened already in the past.
Helping yourself stop worrying involves a combination of challenging the worrisome thoughts and calming yourself physically and emotionally.
 Important steps to reduce your …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[30 Aug 2013 | No Comment | ]

     It  is  extremely important that people have a good first impression of you.
We all get a first impression of a new person that creates a mental image of his or her personality in our minds. There are some important things to remember that will help you make the best first impression. This article presents the most important common things people can do to make the best first impression possible:

– Be clean. Ensure that you have maintained impeccable standards of personal hygiene whilst avoiding excessive aftershave or perfume, and …

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[22 Aug 2013 | 22 Comments | ]

 

Your business card can be the most cost-effective and efficient method of marketing and packs a large punch in a small amount of space. The smaller size actually benefits you, as it allows for carrying tiny billboards in your pocket. If your mini-billboards are properly maintained and utilized, they can be an extremely profitable marketing tool.

Here are most vital ways to supercharge your business card into a powerful affair tool:
Basic elements of Business Cards
– Logo – have a professional designer make your affair logo. If you grant products or …

Personal Development, Psychology »

[19 Aug 2013 | 2 Comments | ]

Stress affects every one of us. There can be small stress ors every day like over sleeping, or an extra assignment at work. There are also big stress ors like losing a job, divorce, moving, and death in the family to name a few. If we don’t take care of ourselves during stressful times, we will get sick. Getting sick can be as simple as getting a cold. Stress is linked to heart attacks, cancer, arthritis, chronic fatigue and many more dis-eases. Here …

EGO, Personal Development, Psychology »

[25 Jul 2013 | One Comment | ]

“Emotional Intelligence (EI), often measured as an Emotional Intelligence Quotient (EQ), describes an ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage the emotions of one’s self, of others, and of groups. It is a relatively new area of psychological research. The definition of EI is constantly changing.”   <Wikipedia>

What is “EQ” and how do you measure it?
IQ is a measure of one’s cognitive abilities, and has been quantified and validated by scientists since the first decades of this century. IQ measures spatial and mathematical reasoning, verbal comprehension, information and memory.
To …