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The Virtue of Aristocracy Abides No Borders

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Even within the German Healthcare System ”Quality is not an act; it is a habit”- like Aristotle, the Greek philosopher indicated in 322 BC. Yet today, we still stand struggling to exercise that simple excerpt...
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A Good Life is Habit Forming

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Overthinking is overwrought. Just a few simple habits will make a great difference throughout the day. That’s the premise of Amy Landino’s book, “Good Morning, Good Life: 5 Simple Habits to Master Your Mornings and...
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Gun Violence or Pandemonium Beyond Political Rhetoric

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Gun violence is one of the many fluttering buzzwords of our stylish media. The use of the word expands across political lines and public dialogue. More recently has been the subordinate used out of...
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7 Gigs For People with Unruly Brains & Bodies

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I have always struggled to maintain a conventional job. You know, 9 to 5 in an office. Or set shifts at a restaurant job or a retail gig requiring constant human interaction. For those of...
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Stop Using These Excuses When It Comes to Personal Development

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“Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.” ―George Washington Carver It’s nearly New Year’s resolution season, a time of brazen hope and familiar disappointment. You’ve been here...
success

Nine Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Success Without Realizing It

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I decry the injustice of my wounds, only to look down and see that I am holding a smoking gun in one hand and a fistful of ammunition in the other. -Craig D. Lounsbrough Finding...
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Make Your Brands Consistently You

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Brand building never takes a holiday. Like it or not, someone always watches what you do professionally or personally. Your brand mic is always hot no matter where you venture or build relationships. A trio...
narrative

Controlling the Narrative

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There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. - William Shakespeare We often hear a form of nonsense, enough that we don’t even notice how foolish it is. It seeps into...
Medical Care

Is Self-Care Medical Care?

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Health is personal- It’s by far the most sacred lifetime asset of a person’s despite knowing it will come into an end, yet thrives to cherish it through what life is willing to put...
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When is Entrepreneurship Close to Delusion?

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Delusion is a belief or impression held despite it contradicts reality and rational arguments. Typically a symptom of a mental disorder. Entrepreneurship is an activity of setting up a business where the entrepreneur takes financial...
productivity

Triad for Developers to Increase Productivity

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In this world where we are bombarded with a lot of workloads, everyone is looking for new ways to increase productivity in a particular time period. There is a lack of the ability to...
leadership skills

5 Skills to Develop to Be A Great Leader

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Have you ever felt that you are not the leader-type of a person but deep inside you want to be one? I’m one of those people and maybe you are too. The good news...
New Chapters

Tragic Plot Twist Opens New Chapters

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The aftermath of a major life-changing event -- a tragedy -- would not have been how Tim Lewis wanted to change his profession. Yet, it was a stark realization that tightened his grip on...
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Sharpen Skills with Action and Attitude

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Leadership is practiced in actions and attitude more than in words. Appreciate hard work, humility and empathy. At their core, relationships drive leaders and followers. Hailing from different yet related arenas, Winnie Sun, Sonya Smith-Valentine...
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Chronicle Fatigue Syndrome: Why News Saturation is More Dangerous than Fake News

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On July 17, 2014, Malaysian Airline flight MH-17 was shot down over Eastern Ukraine by a BUK surface-to-air missile killing all 298 passengers including 6 of the world’s top AID’s researchers and scientists. The...
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Who Am I? AI Can Help You Find the Answer to that Question.

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Each person comes with their own human blueprint. Our DNA controls everything about us. It not only defines our physical features but might even influence our personality traits according to some new research. If...
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Is Climate Change Earth’s Way of Resetting its Internal Thermostat?

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Past Periods of Climate Change Were Caused by Life Too Climate change skeptics like to point out that over its long history, the Earth has experienced previous temperature shifts — the irony of accepting the science behind that...
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Bad Communication And Bullying Throttle Up Stress

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Those vulnerable to mental illness are in greater jeopardy if their workplace is unsafe. Toxic environments polluted by bullies, stigma and other threats can push people over the brink. Working from home makes challenges...
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Working for Mental Health Creates Special Rewards

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Employee recognition sounds good on its face, but can it be overdone or mishandled? Dr. Sajjad Fazel believes that’s possible, along with other trip-ups that could harm employees’ mental health. Fazel, a research associate and...
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Workplace Must Support Mental Health

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Rather than a benefit, a job might be hazardous to your mental health. That’s the proposition consultant, psychiatrist and mental health advocate Chitayi Murabula, along with food blogger, nature addict and psychologist Tayyiba Sheriff,...