Monthly Archives: August 2012

Living in the Moment: Take a Walk of Freedom from Worrying

27 Aug, 2012 0 comments Personal Development

Be it friends, family, work or health, we’ve all experienced worry in some form or the other. While saying the words “Everything will be okay” is often used as a quick mechanism to take your mind off things, the problem still continues to persist and we all know that. So what is the solution for worries? The answer often lies in attitude. Your worry can be quite different from your colleague’s or at times can be the exact same thing. And don’t we all find ourselves saying that he or she somehow must have an easy way out because the effects of the problem don’t seem to bother them as much. But is that so? Every person is different in dealing with problems and worries, and sometimes the answer can lie in the way you look at things. Perspective can change a lot more than you think.

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Living Life as an Adventure: How the Adventurous Do It

23 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Adventure. Everyone wants a bit of it in their lives: to test their limits, conquer their fears and break away from their daily routines. Living a life filled with adventure can be an invigorating task, making for memorable moments and life experiences. But being an adventurous soul is easier said than done. For someone caught up in the daily routines of work or study, taking time out to make things interesting can not only seem like a waste of precious hours, but also seem impossible after a tiring day at work. But the key to living an adventurous life may not always be about doing extreme sports every weekend. The smallest things in your day can be spun around for an adventurous twist. And what better way to learn than from the adventurous themselves?

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Dress to Impress: How Your Attire Can Build Your Confidence

23 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Your clothes and style of dressing can leave a lasting impression on the people who meet you and the kind of opportunities you get. A common mistake people make is to view the entire concept of dressing as shallow: the truth is that people do notice what you’re wearing, even before you engage in conversation with them. Dressing well isn’t just about looking good to impress others, it’s about portraying your own sense of self through the kind of clothing you prefer.

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5 Films for an August 15 Movie Night

15 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

India celebrates its 65th Independence Day on August 15, 2012. In a country rich with culture and patriotism, the love for cinema and its beautiful renditions of the Indian nation right from the pre-Independence period, never fails to entertain the masses. It instills in them not only a sense of belonging and brotherhood, but also makes them value the freedom they have achieved. The cinema industry in India has produced some of the finest films over the years, some of which have gone down in history as cinematic masterpieces. This August 15, celebrate Indian Independence with the tricolor, music and a movie night that has something for everyone:

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Hobbies That Can Make You Money

13 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Hobbies offer an outlet from the stress and bustle of normal life, how great would it be if you could adopt some hobbies that can make you money? Most of us will take up activities that we enjoy ; sports, knitting, reading, bowling, carpentry, just to name a few. However, you can go a step further and have your hobby give you much more than just a sense of accomplishment, joy and satisfaction; We’re talking about an income. That’s right. Make your hobby work for you, and it might be so successful you could just quit your day job and take up your hobby full-time.

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Basic Tips You Need To Know About Productivity

12 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

There is always something we have to do, someone we have to see, or some item we have to purchase/get rid of/repair/replace. That’s the way of life; we have more to do than the time we have would allow us. You start on one task, and more pop up. Sure, sometimes we get stuff done, but how many times have you gone to bed at night wishing you would have done just a little bit more? To understate this; you need to make use of your time more wisely, and that will ultimately result in more productivity.

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Drink More Water: Lifestyle Changes for Productivity

07 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Personal productivity is important at all stages in life. And while each one of us strives to steer towards good habits, the effects of daily stress and work never quite allow us to stick to those resolutions for too long. But the truth is, you don’t need life changing resolutions to get a kickstart on boosting your personal productivity. Believe it or not, the simplest of daily routines could be bringing you down, even when you think you’re doing the right thing by substituting fruit juice for pizza or trying to quit smoking.

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7 One Liners To Say To Yourself in Getting Things Done

07 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Getting things done can be difficult, and we all have had days when something that ideally should take two hours to finish, took ten because you just couldn’t come around to finishing it all up. Time management and GTD can baffle the best of professionals, but did you know that a few quick one liners can do wonders to your plans by giving that much needed motivational push? Read on.

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Talk like Obama and Work Like Jobs – How to Inspire People and Get Results

07 Aug, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Anyone who has ever seen Steve Jobs present his Apple products to the public knows the command and influence the man had over his audience, and the way his words gripped the listener. At the same time Jobs was a hardcore worker. He’s known to have been short-tempered at work, always striving for perfection and innovation. Companies and individuals over time have come to respect his work methods and try and incorporate them into their work environments. But what if you could combine the work ethics of one Silicon Valley giant with the penchant for inspiration and dialogue of a White House success story. Yes, Barack Obama’s “Yes We Can” speech influenced millions of American voters to come out and make history, but behind this influential political figure is a carefully constructed method of communication which everybody could use. Here are are some ways to derive the best from the two American dreams:

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