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Six Reasons To Be Happy

Here are six reasons to be happy or sad. It depends on: whether you accept responsibility for where you are in life; whether you see these reasons as opportunities or obstacles.

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Grab All The Responsibilities You Can Handle

Career rewards go to those who aggressively reach out to take on all the responsibilites then can handle.

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Build Confidence & Credibility: First-person Pronouns Get Your Messages Heard

... speech habits destroy our ... ... Examples of ... speech habits are ... that end with dangling ... (Where did you hang your coat at?) and ...

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Why Most People Don't Really Want to Heal (Part 2)

For most of us, healing is a big, scary, and uncomfortable prospect. Healing requires that we do two very simple, yet incredibly unappealing tasks. First, we must accept that we are responsible for creating our own illness: Our thoughts, beliefs, choices and actions are directly responsible for the imbalance and dis-ease we are experiencing in our physical bodies. Second, we must be willing to change our lives and eliminate the thoughts, beliefs, choices and actions that created and supported the imbalance and dis-ease, replacing them with new choices that support balance and health.

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Tips For Making Optimal Decisions

Your life at this moment is the product of every decision you have made along the way - both big ones and small ones. Are you overwhelmed by the decisions facing you? There are some basic principles to keep in mind when making decisions. These can significantly improve the quality of your decisions and the outcomes in your life. The next time you are faced with a decision, review this list of criteria to improve your outcomes.

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How to Identify Qualities Employers Want – The Top Ten Traits as shown in Handwriting

Find out how to identify personal qualities and characteristics of job applicants (or yourself), with one of the most accurate tools for measuring soft skills. A look at the traits most in demand with Employers, and how to identify them from handwriting.

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Living with an alcoholic – some dos and don’ts.

This article offers some words of advice on ways to behave for anyone living with an alcoholic.

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It's Your Life So Make the Most of It

One of the most important ingredients in your personal development is taking real responsibility for your actions. This requires that you consciously become the cause of the results that you want. Refuse to behave like a victim... or to wait for someone to save you from life's problems. Keys to Self-responsibility

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Champions Accept Mistakes

Champions understand the need to make mistakes. They understand that doing something wrong is the best way to learn how to do it right. By adjusting their approach the next time. Since they already know what doesn’t work, they keep experimenting until they find a way that does work.

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Fastest How to Stop a Break Up Action Plan - 5 Steps to Save Your Relationship

If you are lucky enough to know that a break up is approaching you can take action today to stop a break up in its tracks. In order to successful avoid a break up you must keep control of your emotions, avoid impulsive and irrational behavior that can kill your last chance to turn things around and save your relationship.

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Credit Debt Help-How To Dig Yourself Out Of Your Hole

Credit debt help is available to you if you like to extricate yourself from the grips of this problem. The first step is to pay off your high interest credit card debt then stop the blame game and accept responsibility for your own actions and take control over your credit card debt. Seek for the assistance of experts if you feel that you cannot follow the do it yourself procedures available.

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Benefits of Hiring a Personal Injury Dallas Lawyer

First of all, if a person gets injured because of somebody else’s carelessness or actions then it may be necessary to hire a personal injury Dallas lawyer. In an ideal situation, the person who is responsible for the injury would accept responsibility and provide compensation to the injured party. But this does not really happen. And to make things worse, the insurance companies who are handling the case on behalf of the person who is responsible makes profits by settling cases at a much lesser sum.

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