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We were taught as kids to learn something new every day. We participated in extracurricular activities, conducted experiments in the classroom, and joined activist and cultural organizations. Then, something took place: Adulthood (actually, being a grownup). We began to adopt routines – which some of us find unrewarding – that rarely change. According to Benedict...
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Sometimes, one small thing—believing in yourself—can make all the difference between success and failure. Have you ever considered how much your level of happiness might be affected by your ability to believe in yourself? Consider that for a moment. If you don’t think you can accomplish something, you won’t put out your best effort; without...
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A good foundation is the building block of success. But you'd best be prepared to start digging if you want one of those. Who are you? Why are you in this place? Where are you going? What do you stand for?
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I live in Nigeria and I know the deeply seated yearning of every parent regarding their kids’ careers. I bet you, the majority would prefer at least one of their kids to study Medicine and Surgery at the university. This trend is not only in Nigeria; many other African families find themselves nursing the same...
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Winning is something you were born to do, yet it requires preparation, expectation, and planning. What people do makes the biggest distinction between losers and winners. Everyone has the chance to succeed. Do not be deceived by looks. Some people are simply losers in disguise. A winner is someone who has put in their best...
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Success is The Sum of Small Efforts
Success rarely occurs overnight. It requires a lot of patience and perseverance. Success is the end goal of the journey. We must make plans and take action to accomplish our objectives. It is about overcoming obstacles and honouring achievements. Success is the sum of tiny efforts, repeated day in and day out, as stated in...
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Everybody grumbles; the typical person does so 15–30 times per day. You probably can't count the number of times you've grumbled today. The majority of the time, we vent our feelings to feel better, not to inflict others with hostility. But there are gaping holes in this logic. Complaining not only has a tendency to...
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WHAT ARE YOUR LIFE VALUES?
What do you consider to be your values? You must be aware of what values are in general before you can respond to this question. Your values are the things you hold dear in terms of how you conduct your life and career. They should help you establish your priorities, and they are likely the...
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Plans by the Atlantic African Oriental Multicultural (ATAFOM) University International to open an Information Office in Cape Town, South Africa, have reached an advanced stage.
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Is leadership a role, a person, a characteristic, a relationship, a set of factors, or all of the above? While many professionals embrace a results-oriented meaning specific to a given situation, the academic response to this riddle is “yes” or perhaps “it depends”
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