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Inspiration
imposter syndrome, frustrated worker, burnout
Garfield was correct about two things: first, lasagna is excellent. Second, Mondays can be a real drag. They’re the start of the workweek for most of us and they carry the depressing reminder that your weekend is officially over. But, if you want to live a happy life, you should see the positive side. Monday...
self image, mental health
People do not work towards things they do not believe they can achieve. Self-worth is vital. The power of confidence in not only your abilities, but in you as a person, is instrumental to succeeding in your endeavors. Bob Proctor teaches many different avenues to follow for success. But, one of his lessons in particular...
The daily routine, and even drudgery, of life sometimes beats our dreams out of us, a little bit at a time. Before we know it, we’ve lost the drive that helped us stay inspired to achieve our goals. Inspiration is what drives creativity, innovation and progress of all types. Inspired people design a better mousetrap, create iconic...

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