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How Can I Choose the Right Career Opportunity?

It's Not Only About Hard Work

“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.”
— Thomas Edison

Open doors for success are everywhere, and we overlook many of them. But should we say yes to every high-yield opportunity that requires hard work?

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Are You Worth More to Your Business Than a Powerful Computer?

You Certainly Can Be!

“Let me tell you something,” he said with a smile, “I’ve made a lot of money, but I never did it by being original.” As he turned and opened his car door, the sun was setting. Car engines began whirring to life around us. We chatted briefly, and soon we stood alone in the parking lot.

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Are You Happy Like an Addict?

The Answer May Surprise You

In recent years, I have spoken to several people who sleep on the streets. I expected to find that those who lived on the streets were there due to misfortune and that, given the opportunity, they would gladly adopt a better life. And to be sure, some of them did fit that description.

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Make an Easy Escape from the Tyranny of an Aimless Day

This Daily Exercise Can Make All the Difference

Are you like me? I hate to end a day with the realization that, though I was busy, even frantic, my most essential tasks remain undone. While we cannot eliminate all distractions that intrude into our workday, we can control the one thing that makes the most difference: attention.

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Why Creative Genius Is Not Enough

Find Believers to Champion Your Product Before It’s Complete — and Succeed

What image comes to mind when you hear the term creative genius? Do you think of a hunchback with an unkempt beard and a slightly crazed glint in his eye working unaided in a laboratory? If so, you base your impression more on fiction than on fact. Yes, loneliness may fuel creativity, but the loner loses connection with the ones their innovations could serve.

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