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On being an Alpha Woman

When referring to personalities, we usually come across the terms alpha, beta and omega. This article is about the “Alpha” enigma. What is so special about being an alpha? What are their atypical characteristics? And how being one can help you succeed in life?

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Envious of the Highly Intelligent? Think again!

Many people have an illusion that high intelligence is an elixir, which can help you seamlessly rise above the regular day-to-day challenges. It is generally perceived that – the higher IQ you’ve, the more successful you’re likely to be.

It helps in certain areas, no doubt. It may help you ace academics, puzzles, research areas, etc. But real life is a different ball game altogether – wherein mere intelligence isn’t the most important indicator of success. In fact, it many cases, it could also prove to be detrimental to one’s potential to succeed.

 
For all the hype that goes into believing how amazing and gifted it is to be smart, there are also some glaring disadvantages which may hit you on the way. It has downsides, specially when it comes to dealing with an “average” world.

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A Random Observandum

People encounter winning and losing streaks from time to time. Many successful people inevitably attribute their wins to Hard work. But ironically, the same folks wouldn’t think twice before ascribing their losses to “Luck”, or more squarely put “Bad luck”. Resonates?

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It ain’t Overnight Success, if its not achieved in a day…

This can well be summed up through a Java program 🙂
import java.util.*;
Class Success
{
     public static void main (String args []) throws IOException
     {
          int no_of_days = 0;
          Scanner sc = new Scanner (System.in);

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Overthinking tossing and turning wheels of life engage. Lying still, breathing fast like a sparrow in a cage. Trapped tight and wired mind prepares to fall.

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The Geography of Connection

“There’s a lot happening in the world right now that would lead us to believe how disconnected we are from each other — but if this map says anything, I believe it’s that connection is real, alive, and important to us all.” Candace Rose Rardon illustrates a map of her readers’ travel stories.

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2017 Travel BucketList

Wow, its has been a busy couple of weeks. I sat down at the beginning of the month and planned out some blog post for December, attempting to put a little bit more energy and focus into Captured to Share. While my intentions were there, I woke up this morning with the realisation that eleven […]

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A December to remember…

I have joined Liz of Daily Warrior to make this month A December to Remember. We are doing one task off of the list each day in order to prepare for the new year and it has the added bonus of allowing the heart and mind to focus on more meaningful things. This is quite […]

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A cashless day out

My experience on a day out after the demonetisation move with a light wallet

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Seeing …

My eyes can only look outward. They seek, witness, and search No singular thoughts of their own Catching movement and color Concentrating on sound sources Sorting light and darkness Outside binary restraints Transmitting their way into an inner vision Processed with thought Mixed with a wrinkling of the brow A flutter of lashes, a blink. […]

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