Posts Tagged ‘Self-improvement’

See How Easily You can Keep Your Network Happy

  Nurturing and sustaining a rapidly growing network of downlines is no easy task. It requires not only hard work and good judgment but also increased efficiency as demand on your time grows at the same rate as your network. See how Mona, at the same juncture – faced with a growing network but less […]

5 Ways to Thank Your Teacher

In Dead Poets Society, Robin Williams plays English teacher John Keating, who inspires his students through his teaching of poetry. When Keating has to leave the school and venture elsewhere, his students show him their appreciation for how they have changed each of their lives by standing on their desks—something which Keating had once asked […]

Read Your Way to the Top

“No matter how busy you may think you are, you must find time for reading, or surrender yourself to self-chosen ignorance.” – Confucius How many books have you read since the beginning of the year? Some of you might say ‘too many’; some may say ‘none’. Reading is, as we all know, important. We were […]


“If only…” Most of us think or say these words countless times during the course of our lives. “If only I’d been better prepared”, “If only I hadn’t lost my temper”, “If only I’d taken the advice I was given”, and other variations, all of which amount to the same thing: regret. We all have […]

The Straw that Broke the Camel’s Back

Until a few years ago, I was always rather confused when it came to the old adage ‘the straw that broke the camel’s back’. It perplexed me that a single piece of practically weightless straw could do such damage to the desert’s equivalent of a monster truck. It wasn’t until I travelled to the Middle […]

Empty Your Cup to Fill In Your Knowledge

There is a Zen story that tells of a university professor who comes to visit a famous Zen master. While the master is serving tea, the professor begins talking about all the things he knows of Zen and its principles. The master, who remains quiet throughout the time that the professor is speaking, keeps pouring tea until it overflows […]

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