GRIT by Angela Duckworth: A Sneak Peek

The genre of self-improvement literature has grown since the days of Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People. Over the decades, several writers have contributed to the growing list, mostly in the sub-categories of leadership and self-help. Despite the apparently crowded field, Angela Duckworth broke new ground with the highly acclaimed Grit, published …

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Why You Should Use Animated Videos

For people who share content hoping to attract an audience or to grow a following, the most important thing is to keep your audience engaged. Content here could mean blog posts, informative articles, product promotions; whatever the content, you want your audience to consume it, share it, like it, perhaps even subscribe to your mail …

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The Power of Gratitude

A few months ago, I listened to Craig Ballantyne on the Early to Rise podcast, explaining how he practices an attitude of gratitude. Growing up, he was a bitter, envious, angry and selfish young man and the prevailing culture at his school reinforced all the negativity. The system taught him to be sceptical, to criticise and …

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I am Quitting

December is drawing to a close. The month when most people I know spend time reflecting on the fading year, reviewing personal plans, and setting goals for the next year.

Making New Year resolutions has been one of my customs for many years. I don’t make many at a time; just a few which I usually keep.

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