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Congratulations on acing the interview and scoring that new job offer! Now, the big question – should you leave the comfort and familiarity of...

Why We Get Bored With Our Jobs

You know the drill. We started out passionate about our jobs, but as time goes by, we get bored and feel somewhat demotivated to...

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The thing about having self-confidence in yourself is that it is the most attractive quality a person can have. It is your best outfit...

5 Tips To Building A Successful Online Business

All across the world, over 3.2 billion people are connected to the Internet, giving rise to a whole new medium of entrepreneurship. It’s an...

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Dalai Lama, a religious leader in Tibet, is the perfect example to other human beings on creating a peaceful and harmonious life. His teachings...

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Given that the older you get, the more you would have experienced and learnt from. While that may be true in some cases, it cannot be generalized. Simply because some learn from experience, but there also some others that don’t, but would still argue to be mature solely due to their age. Therefore, it is safe to say that maturity is more than just a number. Here are 5 signs that indicates maturity.

5 Effective Tips To Negotiate For A Better Starting Salary

Congratulations on nailing that interview! Now that the company is confident that your skill set is a match with the role, the next big...

3 Things To Remind Yourself When You Feel Like All Hope...

Once in a while, we fall into a pit of helplessness. All hope seems lost and no matter how hard you try, the situation...

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