How Social Media Helped Me

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I’ve heard so often that I spend too much time on Social Media. Although it may be true, I spend time online to interact with people that have become great friends and confidents. People who help me stay positive in hard situations. People who make my day brighter by sharing their own stories. People who became part of my close circle, even if we live thousands of miles apart. Social media receives a bad reputation, thanks to people like Danielle Bregoli or the Kardashians; people think that social media is only there to brag about your physique or our wonderful life. For me, it’s much much more than that. 

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Staying Diplomatic When Dealing With Rude People Keep the savagery for later.

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Rude people, we’ve all come across a few of them. They wake our inner savagery, test our diplomacy limits, and make us wish we could leave a conversation without a parting sentence. Ah, but you’re better than that. You don’t want to tell them to shut up… at least not straight up. You can’t tell them to stick their opinion up theirs. No, no. You’re diplomatic. You have values. You have etiquette. 

Diplomacy is a skill you will need to practice to succeed in business and in life. Rude people will come at you daily, and how you react to them will separate you from the mass. 

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Commitment Issues: Entrepreneur Personality Trait?

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Here I am, soaking in my bubbling bath. Eyes closed, letting the smell of Bath, Body Works’ vanilla scented candle and Beyonce’s song, “Halo”, take me on a journey. Relaxing my muscles in what seemed like a bucket of Epsom Salt, and hydrating my skin with Lush’s exciting bath bombs. Here I am, in bath heaven. Alone with my thoughts and Beyonce’s divine voice, my brain has a realization: what if I have commitment issues?

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7 Signs You Finally Found Your Dream Job

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We’ve all been there. We start a new job, thinking it’s our dream job, get all excited about work projects and then… BOOM! After a few weeks, once the excitement dissipates, you start dreading work. You no longer wake up happy, and you wonder about how you could make money without having to work too hard. You start looking at islands that you can escape to and daydream about isolating yourself somewhere far away, where no living soul can reach you. *sigh*

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Micromanaging Your Life, Healthy or Detrimental?

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We’ve all met at least once the Mr. or Mrs. of the world who just can’t let someone take care of something in their life. They like micromanaging everything in their lives, even when they’re better off giving the task to someone else. Fix the drain? That’s Okay, I’ll do it myself. Problem with wires in the house? No problem, let me just Google it. Too many projects due? I’ll just stay more hours at the office. Not seeing results at the gym? I’ll just take a fitness class. They’re the people who want to do everything themselves and refuse to admit that they might actually not be able to handle it all. 

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Dating Someone Without the Same goal: Yes or Nay?

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Being a Gymrat has its perks. You test your limits every day, change your training routine every now and then to fight stagnation, and meet amazingly motivating people while sweating your bum off at the gym. You learn new secrets about your body, new techniques to stimulate fat loss, and gain knowledge on how to be healthy without restricting yourself from living. You get stronger every day, challenge the norm on the daily, and rock the birthday suit look. It’s beautiful. 

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Dealing With Difficult Employees

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Being a business owner, online or offline, has a lot of perks. You have a freedom that you can only have when you’re an owner, and it’s worth all the headaches, long nights, and responsibilities. Really. With its perks also comes disadvantages, one of them being dealing with difficult employees.

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Black Jaguar White Tiger Foundation: Non Profit Spot Light

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What if someone told you that animals treat us as equal as long as you give them love? One man is taking on the Animal Rights world with his viral videos, as he helps tigers, lions, and jaguars alike find a loving, safe environment to healthily mature. His love for his feline family grows every day, making him part of the feline tribe with the only difference being the lack of fur. 

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How to Ask for Help When In a Managing Position

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Just because you’re in a managing or CEO position doesn’t mean you know it all. Your ego might think you got it all figured out, but there’s actually a large amount of people who know more than you do. If you’re lucky enough, you might hire a few of these intelligent individuals. Now, the trick is to know how to squeeze information out of them without extorting the other person’s services/knowledge, or losing respect and credibility in front of your employees’ or team’s eyes. 

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