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Don't Balance Work And Life, Integrate Them

Many people feel that work is eating into their personal life. In fact, more than 3% of all US employees are working from home at 2am — each night. Doing the math, that tells us that roughly everyone is working at 2am at least once every month. And, the average US office worker spends more time at work — outside ...

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ORIGINALITY VERSUS CTRL" C" & "V"

Franklin P. Jones “Originality is the art of concealing your source.” Originality is a source gifted to mankind by infinite inteligence. Of course, Bill Gates says,” creating perfection at the first attempt is a stupidity.”First preference of genius is originality not perfection. Yes! I do agree, Thomas Alva Edison was able to invent electronic bulb after 1000 efforts. Originality is ...

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FOUNDER TRANSFERS BUSINESS TO EMPLOYEES

Moore said he began thinking about succession about nine years ago. He’d heard about employee stock option programs and got much more serious about the idea three years ago. That Moore has now pulled off what few other company owners would even dream about comes as no surprise to longtime acquaintances, such as Glenn Dahl, owner of NatureBake bakery in ...

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WORLD NEVER FORGETS GOODNESS

I work in a restaurant that has a program working with ex-cons and the homeless. There is a guy who started working with us as a dish tanker and he told me his story one day. He lived in Florida, (we are in Ohio now) and he received information that he owed child support on a 6-year-old boy. Well this ...

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WE MUST TAKE ACTIONS IN ORDER TO BECOME WHO WE DESIRE TO BE

Greek philosopher said, “To move the world we must move ourselves.” (Remember, Socrates had never written anything, it is his first disciple Plato who has written for him.) We have to take responsibility of our lives and deeds. We are totally responsible for what we gain, what we lose, what we see, what we hear, what we do and what ...

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SPEND QUALITY TIME WITH AN ELDER

In his twenties, Mike Merzenich dreamed of mapping the neurobiology of the soul. “I was interested in the genesis of the self,” he says. Four decades later, he has scaled back to his ambition. Now greying 64, he hopes merely to reverse the toll of aging on the brain and cure schizophrenia, without surgery or drugs. Merzenich, a neuroscience professor ...

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