Archive for March, 2013

Famous Idiots in History


The word “idiot” is derived from the Latin root “idiota” meaning “an ignorant person.” Currently, this word applies to a person who is mentally deficient and incapable of common reasoning. Many other words used as synonyms include: imbecile, dunce, dolt, blockhead, fool, dullard, halfwit, dope, and cretin. Whereas these words are sometimes used to replace the word […]

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The Roles of Attitude and Aptitude in Success


  “Your attitude, not your aptitude, determines your altitude.” – Zig Ziglar Success is something that every individual strives to achieve. Every single person in the world has their own goals and dreams. Young or old, male or female, black or white, rich or poor, all have the same drive and desire to live life in […]

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9 Perceptions for Creating Abundance


While much information has been written about the steps for participating in successful manifestation, some key elements that are less explored have to do with our attitudes, our beliefs and our perceptions. These unmeasurable, intangible parts of the human experience are the very ones that affect our relationship with the universal intelligence. 9 Perceptions for […]

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How to Overcome a Confidence Crisis


A confidence crisis can be caused by normal life transition such as getting a new job, moving to a new city, starting a new business, or starting a new relationship. Life’s losses can also cause confidence to sink – the loss of a relationship, the loss of a job, the loss of a big client, […]

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Social Intelligence: 6 Steps to Relationship Success


“I feel that there is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.” – Vincent van Gogh Meeting people is easy. In addition to the traditional ways like friends, societies, and other social groups, we now have the internet too. And provided we’re prepared to get out of our comfort zones, it shouldn’t be too […]

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Are you who you are?


Read this question from the first word to the last, or from the last word to the first, it means the same thing! “Are you who you are?” How many times have you been asked this question? Have you ever asked yourself, “Who am I?” You can be anyone! The last time I asked myself […]

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