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Damian Rogers, Editor

Damian Rogers, Editor
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At GreatBigMinds.com, Damian Rogers holds the position of Lead Editor, where he is responsible for overseeing the production of exceptional and motivational content for our audience. He specialized knowledge in WordPress, search engine optimization (SEO), and social media marketing. By working closely with our proficient writers, he guarantees that each piece of content we publish is well-crafted and captivating. Damian's valuable contributions to GreatBigMinds' mission of promoting optimism and advancement in digital media have resulted in his being regarded as a respected authority in the field.

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You must have criticized yourself before. It's normal. But it can turn into a big problem if it leads to self-loathing. Self-loathing means an...
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Positive Thursday Quotes To Get You Through The Week

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Best Thursday quotes to help you to maintain motivation and focus on this day. “It’s Thursday! Thursday is neither as tough as Monday, nor as favorite as Friday”
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5 Ways To Discover Your Passion In Life

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Life coach often throws in this advice – follow your heart and go after your passion. What happens if you have no idea what you are passionate about, to begin with? Not to fret for you are not alone. Here are 5 ways to discover your passion in life.
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6 Lessons We Can Learn From Buddhist Teachings

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120 Quotes About Procrastination And Overcoming Laziness

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120 quotes about procrastination will kick out that bad habit and will motivate you to do better. This is to ensure that you do not forget them or get distracted by a different desire other than getting a task done. It’s high time you stop focusing on irrelevant tasks when you have a major task to deliver.