Monthly Archives: April 2011

Career Productivity Relationships

7 tips for successful discussions and avoiding arguments.

A heated discussionphoto © 2007 Kathleen Conklin | more info (via: Wylio)
We have an inherent drive to express ourselves. As social animals, we want to connect and share with others. There is a sense of fulfillment and liveliness in exchanging ideas and opinions that can not be found in anything else. read more »

Personal Growth

How your day-to-day focus affects your destiny.

Shooterphoto © 2008 Jhong Dizon | more info (via: Wylio)
Imagine 2 brothers of about 10. They have been playing all evening and now their mother asks them to come home and study. They want to play more. The first one thinks – ‘Mom doesn’t want us to play’. The second one thinks – ‘If I quickly finish my homework, Mom might let me play some more’. read more »


The homosexuality problem : 7 reasons why people hate gays and lesbians

Lesbian Romancephoto © 2007 Oteo | more info (via: Wylio) Online and in the media, I have seen 2 very passionate groups when it comes to gays and lesbians(for the rest of the article, gays/lesbians/homosexuals would include bisexuals too) – those who support them and those who don’t. I see a lot of passion involved in the debate over whether they are good or bad, whether homosexuality(and bisexuality) is wrong or not. read more »

Career Life's Purpose Productivity

How the idea of Death can improve your planning

Chalfont St Giles Churchphoto © 2005 Timo Newton-Syms | more info (via: Wylio)


Every man dies – Not every man really lives. –William Ross Wallace

Most of us are very particular about what we do. We like to plan our lives well and in advance. In spite of this seriousness, I feel a lot of us forget, or purposefully avoid, putting one very important thing into this equation. That thing is, this life is finite and is going to end some day, maybe even very soon. read more »

Personal Growth

The Intelligent Buyer’s Guide : How to not find anything expensive

The Aisle of Retailphoto © 2011 Michael Senchuk | more info (via: Wylio)
Here is something to think about – When you see something in a store and say it is expensive, do you realize that your statement is incomplete? Expensive compared to what? Things are expensive compared to other things. read more »