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15 Reasons Why Frequent Travelers Are More Likely To Be Successful

From:   By: Tracey Tullis Via: 15 Reasons Why Frequent Travellers Are More Likely To Be Successful via @lifehackorg Success
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The A-Player’s Creed

Robin Sharma shares that an epic life is the birthright of everyone alive today.
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How Is 2015 Coming Along For You? Make It The Best Year Ever!

Every new year is an occasion to make new resolutions. Most of us also faithfully break our resolutions in the first 2-4 weeks of the new year.   In 2015, can we do something different so that we break lesser
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Patience is a Virtue!

From: hornik.typepad.comVia: twitter.comCongrats to the Ebates team on the billion $$ sale of the company to Rakuten! It has been an amazing 14 years: grandmother used to tell me, my brother and sister that “
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Collaboration: Where Trust is Tested over Time

From: Recommended by: Anjana Vivek   Today, many businesses work and grow through collaboration and partnerships. What are some of the do's and dont's in working with others and
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Position yourself for a promising future

The future ain’t what it used to be. Perhaps one of the most difficult challenges of any life – or any business – is adequately preparing for the future.  Knowing what lies ahead, even with the most thorough research and best
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Triumph and Tragedy in Antarctica

On December 14, 1911 Roald Amundsen and his team of four Norwegians became the first to conquer the South Pole. Robert Scott, the English explorer, was thirty-four days and 360 miles behind having lost the head start of over eight weeks. Scott
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    It is never surprising to know that 24 hours a day is common to all of us. In spite of this fact, we have  our own role models who are much more successful doing multiple things in a day and still being 
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Attitude Is a Choice – Choose Wisely!

Recently I’ve had several situations arise which have reminded me yet again that attitude    shapes the outcome of everyday dealings in huge ways. Because of this, I decided to visit    this idea in
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“Prepared to be wrong to do something original” : Attitude to Innovation

As adults, the behaviour of not taking risks that do not have predictable outcomes, can be traced back to the thoughts/experiences we acquire in our childhood. The childhood curiosity to connect apparently disconnected ideas/events without