Everyones A Critic

In the twenty-­first century, everyone’s a critic. Within seconds of viewing a movie or TV show or watching an athlete or politician perform, any of the billions of people with access to the Internet can post snarky or effusive comments for all the world to see. It is …

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When You Shouldn’t Copy Someone's Action

Naturally, there are some situations in which you shouldn’t adapt to somebody’s behavior. I would urge you not to follow things you think the person might find bothersome or unsatisfactory about herself, like a limp or other handicap. You also shouldn’t mirror somebody’s stutter or asthmatic …

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Loyalty and trust

Loyalty and trust will always be two of the most important factors I look for in business and in life. Nine times out of ten, I will choose to hire or do business with someone I trust completely over someone I trust mostly. We all make the occasional hiring blunder …

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Selflessness

She had a good point. From her perspective, it was a selfish request on my part. From the larger perspective, however, I viewed it as a selfless journey to undertake. I thought of it as sacrificing my own personal comfort for the sake of the greater good. Rather than staying …

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A bit about arthritis

The names that are given to different kinds of arthritis can be very confusing, and I want to explain a little more about undifferentiated arthritis. It is considered undifferentiated because the arthritis is at such an early stage that it hasn’t turned into full-blown rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, or …

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Teddy roosvelt

Perhaps nobody epitomizes the graduating mindset better than the twenty-sixth president of the United States and personal idol of mine, Teddy Roosevelt.

For starters, Roosevelt was born with debilitating asthma. Rather than giving in to such a condition, which there would have been no shame in, he confronted it by …

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What does a Sikh Wedding Entail?

A Sikh wedding, or Anand Karaj, is a very family-oriented event with a festive atmosphere. Marriages are usually arranged by the families, in agreement with the bride and groom. Increasingly the couple choose each other and then seek the approval of their families.

The Official Sikh Code of Conduct expressly …

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