Do you Have the Aptitude to be Rich?

Most every child born in a developed country dreams of one day being rich when he grows up. As we get older, this dream gradually fades as we start to settle in the confines of what we believe to be true for us. If this fate isn’t for you, the alternative is that we can…

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How Half a Glass of Water can Make You Happy

The power of positivity. This morning, I was listening to Hal Elrod’s Achieve Your Goals podcast where Jon Berghoff was interviewing one Robyn Stratton-Berkessel on the Words that Create our World. Robyn calls herself a Positivity-Strategist. She works with people essentially to elevate themselves such that they can be happier individuals, and produce better results.…

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Six Key Success Factors to Achieve Freedom

Freedom. I’ve been thinking a lot about freedom lately. In North America, it’s tossed around almost to the point of trite as it’s used in a plethora of varying perspectives. Freedom is the core reason of why we work so hard, why we develop our careers, and why we just try altogether. As an Asian…

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Guest Post: Are Business Cards a Thing of the Past?

My most recent guest post on Recruitment Partners came out, and I’d like to ponder a question of relevance…. of business cards, that is. Do you still carry them? Chances are, your company printed off a bunch for you. I’m willing to put money on the fact that they have been sitting in your top…

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