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Reblog: 10 of the Greatest Leadership Questions Ever Asked

by Ron Edmondson

Have you ever heard the phrase, “There are no bad questions”?

In leadership, this might be true.

I have learned in my years of leadership – I only know what I know. 246 more words

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Home: Before and After the Summer

What is home?
A place where you can feel comfortable and at ease.
Feel safe
Feel supported, feel close to people.
Be part of a community… 737 more words


The Underwater Thug - Ep. 4

In last 3 episode you read about the crime in Agwanpur, Feluda’s involvement in unraveling the mystery. Read on as Feluda joins the threads to find the culprit. 1,325 more words


Reblog: 9 More Ways to Love Yourself

by Sharon Martin, LCSW

Over and over again I see people struggling at work and in their relationships because they don’t feel worthy and lovable; they don’t love themselves. 982 more words

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Turn That Frown Upside Down

Earlier this week, something occurred that really made me upset-I haven’t been myself at all these past couple days since then and I have been struggling with finding ways to make myself feel better besides going to the gym of course lol. 310 more words


When watching a film have you ever noticed how the sounds draws you in,bringing the story to life.

I always find it’s amazing when you are watching films how well the sound actually comes across.I mean none of us in this day of age would be that impressed with a film if the sound effects were poor ,and arn’t recognisable in how we believe something should sound. 327 more words

TED Talk: Own Your Body's Data

The new breed of high-tech self-monitors (measuring heartrate, sleep, steps per day) might seem targeted at competitive athletes. But Talithia Williams, a statistician, makes a compelling case that all of us should be measuring and recording simple data about our bodies every day — because our own data can reveal much more than even our doctors may know.