How something appears is a matter of perspective.
I've always enjoyed Robert Frost's poem The Road Not Taken. My career has always been the well-travelled road. I now have the opportunity to explore other paths.
One think I'm doing about it is checking out how Live Your Legend can help me.
I like coffee. This infographic shows the history of coffee.
Have you ever felt totally filled with enthusiasm, fired up for achieving something new?
Chances are, you felt that way at the start of a big project. Perhaps you were determined that you’d finally lose weight, or that this year, you’d actually start that small business you’d been dreaming about.
Motivation can give you a ton of energy when you’re embarking on something new. The problem is, motivation doesn’t always last. After a few weeks of sticking to your diet, or slogging away every evening at your business, it’s easy to start feeling discouraged.
Read the article for some tips how to get motivated again.
"If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things."
- Albert Einstein
If you are a self respecting individual, chances are you want others to treat you with respect. And you know what, age isn't a prerequisite nor is it a magic key to gaining respect. I've seen plenty of people who are young be highly respected from their elders. I've also come across older people who I'd never respect because their actions are so out of line. It's about how you conduct yourself, your attitudes towards others and your actions.
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