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(If you’re curious, the textbook from this class–and the source of the explanatory links I’m using in this post–is available online free here: http://interactivepython.org/runestone/static/pythonds/index.html) 1,650 more words
“Beware of the Gypsy King” said my father as he sent me of into adulthood with a small satchel of wisdom and knowledge.
Having grown to the equivalent age of when he set me on my way; I realize now that the two most difficult things to do in adult life are to move out of your comfort zone to force change when necessary and secondly admitting when you are wrong despite previously assuming your conclusions were correct. 644 more words
The Art of Dealing with People is all about the science of human behaviour.
That “the People” are the ones we should be very careful when dealing with, as if anything goes wrong while handling their ego, we might actually hurt their self esteem, which is not a good thing. 183 more words
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So I saw this article a few days ago People who post their fitness routine to Facebook have psychological problems, study claims. It claims that people who post updates on their fitness regime are narcissists.