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Yearly Planners and Why Use Them

Yearly Planners and Why Use Them

Yearly planners today got their start from the Filofax® and Day-Timers® of the 80s, they are organizers which did not just include a calendar; it had task lists, conversion tables, a world map, some had rulers, card organizers, pockets, etc. There was even a movie...

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Strengthen Your Passion: A Wiser Investment

Strengthen Your Passion: A Wiser Investment

Whatever your passion is, be it digital or analog, it should be long-lasting. Unlike buying stuff that will eventually get obsolete, what you are passionate about will only get better and better and much more satisfying. Take for instance buying an expensive digital...

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5 Ways to Respond to Criticism

5 Ways to Respond to Criticism

How do you respond to criticism? Some are extremely sensitive to the slightest bit of criticism and they respond very negatively to it; others couldn't care less what people say of them. Some world leaders are keenly aware of the press, and when the news media...

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Lessons From a CEO at #riseupcebu

Lessons From a CEO at #riseupcebu

In these difficult times, teams are challenging to manage (whether skeletal or from home), but we learned very valuable lessons from an amazing leader in Fiona Kesby, CEO of Go Virtual Assistants, one of the largest BPOs in Cebu: Believe in your people. Trust them,...

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Do You Abuse Others With Your Emotions?

Do You Abuse Others With Your Emotions?

Tears or temper? It probably depends on your sex. Women tend to cry; men tend to lose their temper. It's one of the basic differences between the sexes, but in both cases, it is a manifestation of emotions that are deeply rooted within you. Both tears and temper have...

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Less Haste, More Grace

Less Haste, More Grace

"Whoever believes will not be in haste." Isaiah 28:16 (ESV) "Gracefulness is not possible when life is frenetic, when we are harried, or suffer from overload, time crunch, and a vast multiplicity of commitments and pressures." - Jerome M. Segal, Graceful Simplicity A...

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Midlife Crisis: Tips on How to Cope

Midlife Crisis: Tips on How to Cope

Wikipedia describes the midlife crisis as a transition of identity and self-confidence that can occur in middle-aged individuals, typically 35 to 55 years old. The phenomenon is described as a psychological crisis brought about by events that highlight a person's...

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Humility, The Greatest Virtue

Humility, The Greatest Virtue

The title of this post is inspired by the book The Greatest Virtue, authored by Pat Robertson, host of one of the longest Christian television program, The 700 Club. What is the greatest virtue, you may want to ask? Pat's book says its humility. I definitely agree,...

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Depression Can be Beaten!

Depression Can be Beaten!

Depression is a vicious enemy. It pounces on you when you least expect it. You may feel strong today and then a weakling tomorrow. It comes and it goes. The bad news is, sometimes, depression stays. Hormonal imbalance, extreme and uncontrollable circumstances, tired...

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