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Why I’m Not A Politician

My parents taught me to be independent inadvertently. Because if I EVER asked for money, it came at a price; It meant that I would have to do something for them. When I saw friends get grounded from their cars, I made a decision to pay for my car myself. Sure enough, one day my mom and I got in a huge fight and she tried to take my car keys from me when I tried to ...

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4 Public Speaking Exercises

Make the person next to you laugh - RIGHT NOW! Unless you're sitting next to a child, it's not very easy to be funny on command. Why I signed up for the Toastmasters Humorous Speech Competition is beyond me right now. My habit of jumping in head first and finding out how deep the water is afterwards might have finally caught up to me. Thankfully there's 12 days ...

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Who Cares About Life Balance Anyway?

What does it mean to be balanced in life? Imagine that every single baby is given the same amount of eggs when they're born. These eggs represent what makes them feel good about themselves, so we'll call them self-esteem eggs. Each person gets to decide for themselves which balance baskets they want to put their self-esteem eggs in: social/emotional, financial, ...

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The Best Leaders Are Balanced

Who would have ever guessed that the best advice for relationships in life would come from the airplane safety card? Even the airlines know that you can't help save someone else if you are struggling for air yourself. One of the best sermons I've ever heard was about tithing. Most pastors talk about how it's your duty to tithe and try their best to encourage it- ...

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Open Letter to USUncut.org

Dear USUncut.org, I just watched "We're Not Broke" on Netflix and absolutely agree that tax dodging businesses are a huge contributor to the squeezing of the middle class right now and that, 'It’s time for ordinary Americans to fight back and demand an end to the corporate tax avoidance.' But may I make a suggestion for a different way to inadvertently hurt the ...

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Virtual Assistants for Everyday People

Tim Ferriss' 4 Hour Work Week inspired me to at least try using a virtual assitant for a month to learn how to better manage people, and perhaps make my life a little easier in the process. Hiring a Virtual Assistant for the first time is scary though! Especially when you're not a big shot who makes a lot of money. The money isn't really the scary part, beause ...

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A Lesson From Lorde About the Love of Money

  My friends and I we've cracked the code. We count our dollars on the train to the party. And everyone who knows us knows, That we're fine with this, we didn't come for money Although the insightful, young writer(s) of Lorde acknowledge that they'll never be royalty, the verse above shows how it didn't stop them from pursuing their dreams and cracking the ...

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Plan For Spontaneity

Planning for spontaneity may sound like an oxymoron, but I've had some of the most fun in my entire life completely on a whim. Skinny dipping is just one such instance that can turn from a crazy idea into one of the most memorable nights you've ever had. Where you can actually act on any crazy idea you might dream up because you have worked hard - so that you can ...

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