Archive | June, 2013

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Sometimes You Need to Act Without Your Intuition (6 Tips)

28 June 2013

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This article is a sequel to the piece on my blog titled “How to Establish Truth, and Experience Less Doubt“. Like I said in that piece, to use your sixth sense simply LISTEN to your deepest feelings, and act on them. However, sometimes those “feelings” may not be distinct enough for you make your mind […]

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How to Establish Truth, and Experience Less Doubt

28 June 2013

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In this age of rapid technology and information driven changes, news spreads like wildfire. Good news, bad news…as well as INCORRECT/outright FAKE news (aka rumours). I consider that last one the most dangerous – because the damage it does can be so difficult to repair. We’ll never be able to foresee who will send out […]

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How Regular Salary Payments Can Hurt You Post-Paid Employment

27 June 2013

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This article highlights a potential blind spot some  employees have, so they can eliminate it. Doing so will enable them give more value to their employers, while becoming better prepared for life outside the security of paid employment at the same time. Employees Don’t Earn Money – They Receive Handouts It is not my intention […]

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Be Easy to Identify Online

26 June 2013

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Success in business (or life in general) requires getting others to trust you. Today, people will readily Google your name to find out more about you. Do you have your first name and surname registered as a domain name i.e. www.firstnamesurname.com? This article explains why your success may depend in-part, on doing that – as […]

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Why Company Retirement Courses Rarely Work

25 June 2013

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This is a sequel to yesterday’s issue of my Speaking IDEAS newsletter, titled “Speaking to Retirees & Aspiring Entrepreneurs“. If you have to organise training courses for (prospective) retirees, start-ups and/or aspiring entrepreneurs, THIS is one article you want to read. Otherwise you may get it ALL wrong. Believe me! Before leaving in December 2001, to […]

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No. 95: Speaking to Retirees & Aspiring Entrepreneurs

24 June 2013

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If you ever have to organise a training program or course for retirees or aspiring start-ups, aim to deliver “content” that make attendees your fervent advocates, because what they learn REALLY helps them succeed. This article offers a lot of ideas for generating useful practical content to delight your attendees. Big thanks to E.O, a […]

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A Writer Who Does Not Read Is…NOT a Writer!

22 June 2013

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A writer who does not read is not one to be taken seriously. My experiences convince me s/he would be boring to “read” …or converse with. Just like most people who don’t read. As a result, unless s/he is gifted with talent never before seen on this plane, s/he is highly unlikely to make noteworthy […]

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Always Saying YES to Your Child’s Demands Can Hurt Her (2 Tips…and a True Story)

21 June 2013

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We love our children, and always want the best for them. That’s why many parents readily give their kids things they did not have when they were young. It’s not bad. However, sometimes we tend to go overboard. Especially on the material side, as compared to giving them support for emotional and intellectual – indeed […]

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How to Use Your Job to Prepare for Retirement (6 Tips)

20 June 2013

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Every employee will eventually leave the company s/he works for e.g. via retirement. Sometimes companies can also “leave employees” e.g. via retrenchment. Either way, it pays to be ready. In one of his books, Robert Kiyosaki, recommended proactively acquiring skills that would help one in self-employment, while still in paid employment. It’s an unusual – […]

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THE FOOL WHO THOUGHT HE WAS WISE (A 14 Year Old’s Useful Short Story On HIV-AIDS Prevention)

19 June 2013

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This insightful piece was written by a 14 year old boy – Amaechi O.S – 6 months ago. It was typed by him in MS Word format. The story delivers a powerful message regarding a dangerous misconception some people – especially kids or “uneducated” adults – may have about “how to wear” condoms to prevent […]

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