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Avoid blaming troubled persons

Avoid blaming troubled persons

AREN’T we sometimes guilty of casting our biased judgement and blurting out our insensitive remarks when a relative or friend confides in us? “Ikaw kasi…,” “Ang tigas ng ulo mo eh,” “Sinabi ko na ‘yan sa iyo, pero hindi ka naman nakinig.” There is a tendency to blame the one who is suffering, so the latter feels the pain even more. The person received a censure instead of relief.

Prove them wrong!

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Prove them wrong!

IS there something good that you accomplished because you once told yourself that you would prove your detractors wrong? If not for a hurting comment, you probably would not have done something in a better way, or endeavored to reach another goal that initially seemed unreachable.

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‘Innovate or perish’

What happened to some of the world’s favorite brands? Many of them were there for decades and they enjoyed a big market share. Who would think that some of them would be crushed by “new” players? Remember that before Facebook came, people relied on social media connection through “Friendster”.

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Rejoice!

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Rejoice!

What sufferings have you endured? No matter how sorrowful your own “Good Friday” was, there is “resurrection”.

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Relax and reflect

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Relax and reflect

Archimedes, the Greek mathematician and inventor was in a bath tub when he came up with a realization that gave rise to the Archimedes’ principle, the physical law of buoyancy. One novelist created story plots while munching apples.

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Warren Buffet begins the morning by reading newspapers. An actor says he reads a poem to himself before every stage appearance. “I have a personal little routine that I do in my dressing room just to kind of get myself mentally prepared to go on stage, and part of that is a poem that I read to myself,” says Orlando Bloom.

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