Archive | May, 2013

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Should You Worry If Your Child NEVER Gets In Trouble? (4 Tips)

31 May 2013

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What I propose in this piece is likely to be a bit controversial. But you probably already know I have no problems voicing my opinion Read this article with an open mind and you will see the point I’m making. I’ve explained in past articles that intelligent mistake making is an effective way to learn. […]

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Voicing YOUR Opinion Can Make You More Successful: Stop Holding Back!

30 May 2013

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Being a Silent Workhorse May Not Always Work Well You don’t have to be introverted to be guilty of making this mistake. Many extroverted personalities also find it hard to make their true opinions known. We rarely want to rock the boat. But that attitude may quietly backfire against your ambitions. E.g. by denying you […]

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3 Tips for Dealing with Your Fears (Lessons from Encounters with Spitting Cobras)

29 May 2013

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If you don’t feel fear, you’re either a cyborg or a ghost It’s normal to feel fear. But not all fears deserve our recognition. Interestingly, surveys reveal that more than a fear of wild animals, the fear of speaking before an audience tops the list for many people. This article narrates a young lady’s near […]

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How to Insure Yourself for Success (A Time Tested Solution)

28 May 2013

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To achieve long term success, you must keep going when things get tough, and avoid losing focus when the going is good. That’s easier said than done though! Which is why you need a guiding philosophy. Without it, even highly skilled and talented people have failed. When inevitable “tests” of qualities like endurance and integrity […]

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No. 91: How an Expert State of Mind Can Hurt YOU (5 Tips)

27 May 2013

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I know. They call you an expert at what you do. And you certainly consider yourself one. After all, you did not get to be this good by accident. So how can having an expert state of mind possibly be bad for you? Well, if truth be told, as experts-who-speak, this danger is even more REAL […]

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F-Y-I: Google Confirms Hacker Attacks On This Website

25 May 2013

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I’ve periodically announced the fact that I believe that – this website (spontaneoudevelopment.com) – is a target of selectively orchestrated online attacks. Well, this past Wednesday 22nd May 2013, I got a detailed email from Google Web master Support confirming some of my suspicions. Below is the detailed hacker email alert sent me by Google, […]

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When YOU Love Writing Enough, It Will Reveal All Its Secrets To YOU!

25 May 2013

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Has anyone ever told you that YOU were born a writer? If no, then I just did. And I assure you that it is true.If you have never thought about yourself this way, that’s probaby just because, the conditioning you’ve received from society has made you forget. This article explains how re-discovering and embracing this […]

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The Trick About Parenting (Based on A Tip from Robert Kiyosaki)

25 May 2013

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Oprah Winfrey once had a number of unusually successful child geniuses on her show, some as young as 5 years old (and I think even younger!). Despite their ages, these kids were already earning huge amounts of income, because of special skills or talents discovered early and encouraged/nurtured by their parent(s). It is my considered […]

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This Dangerous Mindset Can Derail Your Career

23 May 2013

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In this write-up,  I highlight a mindset that can literally damage your career advancement prospects in any company,IF you let it get a hold of you. Do you have big career ambitions? Read this article, to learn how to avoid this potential obstacle. A True Story About A Group of Students A group of students […]

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Don’t Be a Professional Student: “Déplacer” Towards Your Goals As Often As Possible

22 May 2013

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There are many dimensions of success. Being rich is one of them. But today, more people are increasingly recognising that riches alone are not enough to live a truly successful life. Indeed some people – like the Dalai Lama – are so far evolved in their understanding of life, that their interest in material possessions […]

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