Are you really living?

Recently while attending a workshop, I came across a piece of advice that got me thinking. I would like to share this advice with you and expand on what I believe it means. The individual hosting the workshop opened their presentation with the line “If you don’t know what you’re living for, you haven’t yet lived.”

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The importance of emotional intelligence

Growing up being bullied I would like to believe that my emotional intelligence developed at an early age. Like many individuals out there, we all deal with stress that comes with our social and work relationships, however if we don’t understand our emotions, we are unable to manage the stress that comes with life which could lead to so many different mental and physical health issues.

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The dark side of a legacy

Legacy, a timeless gift or just peer pressure to keep the family name relevant in discussions?
The dictionary gives multiple definitions of the word. It is an inheritance left in a will, an applicant is given first preference because of parental or relational influences, and, (in computing) is relating to suspended software or hardware which is difficult to replace because of the way it is widespread.

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How to respect others even when they have different opinions

We live in a world that thrives on conflict. There are tons of views, opinions, likes and dislikes on various different topics. I mean, have you ever taken the time to read through the comments section of a post that may or may not being in your favour? Most of us think we’re tolerant towards others that may see the world differently but sometimes we find ourselves tolerant of people who see things our way. That’s what happens, right?

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