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A Short Story about a Secret to Success

African Elephant Survival and Success

One afternoon, the fiercest animals in the Kalahari savannah gather and talk about their survival and supremacy. They are discussing about who’s the greatest among all animals in the animal kingdom.

“I am the king of the savannah, the most powerful and ferocious of all. I’m on the top of the food chain and the ultimate survivor in the animal kingdom”, the Lion said.

While on the top of a tree, the Cobra tells the crowd: “I have sharp fangs and venom that will paralyze my prey in one bite. I can also climb trees and eat animals that are even larger than my body size.” Read more

14 Tips to Reach Your Full Potential

We are all born with potential. However, not all of us reach our maximum potential. You have a chance to reach what you can be, whether you want to be a very successful entrepreneur, a top executive, a legendary artist, a world-renowned scientist or a great leader. But reaching the apex of your destiny is never easy. As we know it, it takes a lot of discipline, patience, diligence and persistence to achieve one’s greatness. If you want to live your life to the fullest, here are more tips to reaching your full potential. Read more

10 Reasons Why Your New Year’s Resolution is Bullshit

Writing New Year's resolution
 
Firstly, I want to say that not all New Year’s Resolutions are stupid. Although only 12% of all resolutions are achieved and 88% end in failure according to a 2007 study of over 3,000 people conducted by the British psychologist Richard Wiseman, these statistics still tell us that there’s still a good reason in making a New Year’s Resolution.

Choosing January 1 to start a better way of life is also a more logical choice of day than choosing a day without a bang. That is why there are still many people who believe in the tradition of setting a New Year’s Resolution to be kept throughout the year. However, most resolutions just become worthless. Many people are fond of making foolish resolutions that they can’t even keep even for a week. Read more