2010-08-03

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Stop Stressing - Just Say No

As many people have commented at one time or another, we could get so much more done if there were just more hours in the day. Obligations pile up everywhere: duties at work, commitments to social groups, quality time with the family and time out to spend with friends… For whatever reason, there always seems to be some kind of demand (or worse, a polite request) on our time. Yet this wishing for more time in the day is missing the real point of the problem, which is actually quite different.

What's the problem, then?


Soon-To-Be-College-Freshmen: How To Make Your First Semester at College a Success

You've already faced one of life's biggest challenges:

You did it! Congratulations! The next challenge is to take full advantage of everything your college has to offer, get good grades, all the while having a great time. As someone who worked on the Stanford University Dean of Student's staff (and was in charge of a dorm with many freshmen), I have some personal advice about making your first semester the beginning of four of the best years of your life. In a nutshell, my advice is to START STRONG.


Internet Business Ideas That Will Finally Help You Achieve Your Dream Life

Internet business ideas can be found all over the place these days if you just take time to look for them. There are many people that have found success online by finding the right idea for them. This is what you need to do also so you can finally achieve your dream life instead of just dreaming about it every day.

The following are some business ideas that anyone can easily use to help you start working towards achieving the dream life you have always wanted.


Simply Happy!

The purpose of life is to be happy - so says the Dalai Lama. Jesus Christ said something similar when he said that he came so that 'you might have life and have it to the full'. Unfortunately, however, having worked in the field of personal development for more than fourteen years, I have come to the conclusion that most people aren't really quite sure what happiness actually means. And, perhaps, happiness has been confused with self gratification or pleasure. So what does happiness actually mean?


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