• Learn the art of giving gifts.

    Giving the right gift is an art, and we think it might even involve a little bit of science. Givers often fail to realise that the gifts they prefer to give are not necessarily the ones recipients prefer to receive. Here are some tips to make sure you present the ideal gift.

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    A man having stomach pain went to his doctor. The doctor asked if he was having trouble in his personal life or at his job.

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  • The Greatness Guide – by Robin Sharma



              I’ve spent much of the past twelve months in what I call Strategic Hibernation – pulling back from much of the “busyness” of my life and rethinking things like my priorities, my values and my personal philosophy. I’ve accepted fewer social invitations, limited many activities and spent a lot more time in reflection – just to make certain I’m climbing the right mountain and spending my days in the way they should be spent. I’ve also spent a lot of time this year doing a “Clean Sweep.”

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    As Richard Branson turns 61, his life seems as golden as his locks. He’s worth about $4.2 billion and he ranked as the 255th richest person this year, according to Forbes. Branson has put his Virgin brand on independent businesses in the airline, rail, space travel, financial, healthcare and beverage industries, to name a few. He’s a humanitarian, environmentalist and an adventurer. Here are some of Branson’s success strategies:
    Have fun. “Any proposal I like must sound fun.”

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    How to Live the Life You Desire by Earl Nightingale

    George Bernard Shaw said, “People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don’t believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can’t find them, make them.” Read more →