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Remember this…

Never lose hope.

via Remember this. — Stay Strong, Daily Warrior!

Digital Currencies, Bitcoin, and the Future of eCommerce

Money is going digital – it’s as simple as that. As Sweden considers a national digital currency, we discuss the implications for the future of eCommerce!

via Digital Currencies, Bitcoin, and the Future of eCommerce — SolidTrust Pay Corporate Blog

The Lost Art of Patience

Written by Guest Contributor: Paul S. (USA) Founder of: OakTownVibes If you have been looking for a sign, this is it! All of the waiting has a purpose and there is very good reason why you are stuck where you are right now. Patience is a lost art. Yes, I said it! The ability to wait while your ideas […]

via 5 Ways to Become More Patient — MakeItUltra™

The Art of Taking a Break: Insanity

Hello, everyone. You’re about to discover how demented my definition of taking a break can be… With dogged determination I endeavor to disengage form things that develop stress. Of course I get more, different, worse stress in return. I decided a distraction of monumental proportions was in order. No, not that kind of monument, though I’d […]

via The Art of Taking a Break: Insanity — Teagan’s Books

25 Losses

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Mills Rodgers Founder & Owner of: Mr. Rodger’s Neighborhood Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Successful Living Writer YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PERFECT IN ORDER TO BE GREAT OR REACH YOUR GOAL! I think that is important to share because there are many times we quit or don’t even try because we […]

via 25 Losses (1 min read) — Millionaire’s Digest

New Year | New Goals

I’m not big on traditional resolutions, but I’m all about jotting down a list of achievable personal and professional goals at the start of each year to motivate myself to make the most of it. 2016 was the year of prioritizing a happy work/life balance for me, and I want to continue that positive momentum into […]

via New Year | New Goals — Keira Lennox

Questions That Can Change Your Life

I suggest that you take some time to reflect on these questions. It will give you a fresh perspective on who or what really matters most to you.

via Questions That Can Change Your Life — Stay Strong, Daily Warrior!

Tension is who you think you should be

Literally my first thought when I heard this: PREAAAACHH. What kind of person wouldn’t love this quote? Ok, maybe some people, but I feel like it’s a proverb that anyone can relate to. For me, I have finals and AP testing coming up, so I’ve been so stressed out the past few weeks. All I […]

via Tension is who you think you should be — Silver Lining

2017

Each year, on the first of January, we look back on the year that has passed and try to see the good, the bad, to figure out how to make things better. We try to learn form the past, and probably, we also spend a lot of time imagining a better future. We have 365 […]

via 2017 — Cristian Mihai

How is it december already?

via how is it december already? — 29 going on 92

5 Signs You’re Giving Negative People Too Much Power

Have you ever been so exasperated by someone’s rude behavior that you woke up in the middle of the night thinking about that individual? Or, have you ever found yourself coming home from work complaining about the same person every day? Negative people should occupy the least amount of space in your life. Yet, their […]

via 5 Signs You’re Giving Negative People Too Much Power — PushUP24

Semantics at Work

One word that tends to divide the sole trader, lone wolf, or independent worker is the term freelance. I don’t mind calling myself a freelance, but it appeared in snippets of conversation at the recent SfEP conference, and got me thinking again. Does the term really diminish the individual, and should we actually be […]

via Semantics at Work — Northern Editorial

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