Decide, Solve, or Adapt

Decision-making and problem-solving are closely related. Effective problem-solving demands making the right decision. And, if you'll pardon the pun, herein lies the problem. We all make mistakes; no one can make the right decision every time. As parents, one lesson we learn, and are usually reminded by our kids on a regular basis, is that…

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The Power of Positive Imagining

When Norman Vincent Peale wrote "The Power of Positive Thinking", he was a addressing a very important problem that we humans all tend to suffer from to a greater or lesser extent while in physical form. He was talking about self-confidence and belief in oneself. The opening sentences of his book are, "Believe in yourself!…

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Fun Activities To Do On Egypt Holidays

Egypt is home to an eclectic mix of attractions, activities and excursions that are available to all its guests. For sea lovers there are diving courses, cruise trips and kite surfing, and for those who would prefer to stay in land, there are jeep safari tours into the desert, markets, and professional standard golf courses.…

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Gold, Silver and the Gathering Crypto Currency Storm

Much controversy surrounds comparisons between precious metals and the growing number of crypto currencies. In some ways an ideological wedge has formed between hard asset investors and the most vocal of electronic currency advocates. While both investment options remain relatively sequestered from the mainstream spotlight, they both offer fascinating perspectives for understanding the ongoing monetary…

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Creating a Home Library

Home libraries are important resources for both you and your children. The reference material can provide quick and easy look-up for questions that come up at the dinner table. Handy references also help during homework periods both because your children learn how to use the material and discover the answers they need for their homework…

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The True Purpose of Self Development Or Arete

Personal Development dates back to the Greek philosopher Aristotle. In those days, Personal Development was a quest to reach "aête" which means, Personal Excellence. Arête, or personal excellence, was thought in order to attain Eudaimonia, commonly translated as "happiness." Times have changed but the common desire to attain happiness has not. And what was true…

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Unique Family Photo Canvas Ideas

It's easy to create a unique work of art with a photo canvas. It's a way to create something that will last for decades and all you need is your imagination – and some digital photos, of course. There's no need to paint, draw or sculpt, but you can still create memories from your photos.…

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