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2015 Resolutions or 2015 goals & priorities?!

I have not posted on the blog for awhile…sometimes I like to reassure myself by saying it is better to have quality then quantity. Some people may argue with that in digital world, this traditional rule does not apply, well at least in its full extend. 775 more words

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Brand New Year - 2015

Happy New Year guys! I hope you have all had an amazing festive season filled with love, laughter and family time. I’m a little late on the celebratory statements I know, but at least I made it in before February came around hahaha. 866 more words


Meet Tristan Pang, child prodigy and inspiring teenager out to impact globally

So Tristan is thirteen and is all set to attend fulltime University in Auckland, New Zealand this year to complete his Bachelor of Science. With a real thirst for learning,Tristan is committed to helping others. 104 more words


6 Ways Bloggers Can Stay Focused

Years ago there was an ad that went, “I can bring home the bacon, fry it up in the pan, and never let you forget you’re a man.”  If you feel like the narrator, busy and being pulled in many directions, this post is for you. 748 more words


How Do You Find Motivation When Success Doesn't Seem to be Coming?

Here we are, nearing the end of January and the waning of many a New Year’s resolution. According to statistics from the University of Scranton’s… 1,167 more words


Defining Success

This week, allonymbooks invited careers consultant Kate Daubney to offer some perspective on how writers define success.

A few weeks ago, I was writing a class on setting and achieving goals for some sixth formers due to leave school this year and head out to university, school leaver programmes and jobs. 682 more words

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3 Surprising Things You Can Learn About Goals from Facebook

During the company’s third-quarter earnings call, Mark Zuckerberg let the world in on his three, five, and ten-year plans for Facebook. Yep, Mark fully anticipates Facebook being around and relevant in ten years. 701 more words

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