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Learn How to Dance

07 Dec, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Many of us would love to dance gracefully and without much hassle. However, that is not the case, as many of us have what is called “two left feet”, or rather an inability to move with the rhythm every time music plays. The ability to dance isn’t something that we are born with; we have to learn and practice if we are to be good at it. This comes naturally for some, and not so for many others.

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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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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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Pick Up a Foreign Language Today!

14 Apr, 2012 0 comments All life areas

The world is so rich and diverse not only in the sense of things that nature makes up but also in the way that we human beings have shaped up our planet. It does take a significant amount of open-mindedness to take a look back, freeze the humdrum of daily life and appreciate this colossal fact. Often times, people who do this want to participate in the richness and diversity of human culture. What other way to do this than to engage oneself in the most intact intangible remnant of the eons of cultural evolution – language. In this article we’ll discuss how you can learn to become fluent in any foreign language within a short time and given minimal resources.

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The Internet Savvy Guide to Learning an Instrument

08 Apr, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Learning to play an instrument on your own can range from easy to moderately easy to very difficult depending on several factors such as what instrument you decide to play, how much time you have to learn it and how many resources you have. Assuming that the Internet is the only good resource you have for learning, here are some excellent tips on learning to play an instrument quickly.

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How to work yourself into getting a six pack Abs

04 Apr, 2012 0 comments All life areas

We all know this fitness fad and the popularity of the term doesn’t even warrant an elaboration when it is said – six pack. It is widely seen as the benchmark for complete fitness and everybody who can claim authority as a fitness buff sports it. For some of us a six pack is something only others can have. Well, no more! Read on to find out how, with rightly directed hard work, even you can challenge any fitness buff with your own six pack!

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Around The World in 80 Days for the Budget Traveller

30 Mar, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Travelling around the world is a dream for many and it is stuff that you can wow you grandchildren with one day. However, budget and time constraints often put a halt to your ideal plans. The good news is with a little bit of planning and frugality, you can make a round-the-world trip attainable. Read further to get some realistic tips on how to save up money before and during travel and some valuable Do’s and Don’ts.

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Photography: On Becoming a Pro-am Photographer

26 Mar, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Got an expensive DSLR as a gift? Or have you just seen what your photographer friend could do with that cam of his and are impressed by it? Or have you been working hard to achieve the status of a professional photographer? No matter what stage you’re at now, these tips will help you become a better photographer.

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Importance of Being Content

26 Mar, 2012 0 comments All life areas

It is often said that life is short and therefore should be utilized to the maximum. However, many of us are sick of the daily grind that is life, and discontentment is often more common than contentment. The truth is there is no need to run away to the mountains and live like a hermit to be contented with life. With some minor changes to your attitude, and to your lifestyle, you can easily be one of those people who constantly have a smile of contentment on their lips.
So where do you start when trying to be contented with life? There isn’t a set of rules  for where and when you can begin; you can start wherever you like. That’s why this article is broken up into several sections, and each section describes an area of life that you can make minor or major changes to and get some peace. So are you ready to become a better person and make peace with life? Let’s start then!

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How to Create Lasting First Impressions

15 Feb, 2012 0 comments All life areas

Good first impressions can be great–but a lasting first impressions are better. A good impression might be pleasant, but quickly forgotten, but a lasting impression, well, lasts…

Dress Well

Human beings are visual creatures by nature and they instantly notice their physical appearance before anything else. This is why the first mantra for first impressions is to dress for success. You only have a few seconds to make a lasting impression at this first, visual level.

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