The Hidden Value Of Travel

The Hidden Value Of Travel

Often when we hear the word value, we associate it with cost. In the workplace, we spend our time creating value for our employers which is then compensated for money. The value of travel operates in a different way. When we travel, the cycle is reversed. Our time is no longer compensate for money. Instead,…

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Research Has Shown That You Can Condition Yourself To Do Anything

The moment a human is brought into this world, the fundamental principles ingrained within them are fear, rage, and love. Every event or occurrence from that point onward is tied to those feelings through stimulus response conditioning. Just as Ivan Pavlov determined that animals can learn through classical conditioning, human responses can be conditioned through…

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There Is An Association Between Insanity & Genius

There is An Association Between Insanity & Genius

From the beginning of time, society has admired the work of geniuses. We have sat in amazement as we read about their surreal creations come to fruition. Creatives such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, and Rumi have never fallen short of the label genius. Oppositely, society has discredited the psychotic. We have categorized them…

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The Difference Between Motivation & Discipline

The Difference Between Motivation & Discipline

We watch motivational videos, listen to inspirational speeches, read books, all to give us that massive adrenaline rush to accomplish things. Sometimes that adrenaline can last a day, a week, or even year. To work on adrenaline is to work with passion. This may seem great, but there is one major flaw, adrenaline eventually fades.…

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Why Sunday Is The Most Important Day Of The Week

Why Sunday Is The Most Important Day of The Week

Sunday is the most important day of the week. It is the day that 99% of North American society wastes away but it is also the day that the 1% of society uses to prepare for the week. Depending on the way that you utilize Sunday’s could either set the tone for a productive and…

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The Morning Routine of Steve Jobs

The Morning Routine of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was the pioneer of the modern technology. His belief in simplicity and creativity propelled his companies to points where very few entrepreneurs have gone. He changed the way people look at the technology. He made us believe that technology could be beautiful, seamless, and efficient all in one. Steve Jobs had done so…

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The Difference Between Important And Urgent

There are many situations that occur daily that we consider “important”. But there comes one major issue. We are unable to differentiate between what is important and what is urgent. Every day we are bombarded with tasks that keep us “busy” but are not necessarily helping us achieve our end goals. As a result of…

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Self Education Or Institutional Education

Self Education V.S. Institutional Education

Institutional Education From the moment you enter pre-school, you are put into the realm of institutionalized education. Every step from that point onwards aims to mold you into their definition of a spectacular student. Let’s talk about the pros and cons of institutionalized education: Pros -You learn in a social environment and increase your ability…

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The Top 20 Halal Restaurants In The World

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What began as a single restaurant for many of these businesses has now turned into a worldwide sensation. Not only is their food halal but it is also delicious, cultural and most importantly, authentic.   #20 Yosma Inspired by the streets of Istanbul, Yosma has been providing delicious Halal food to their customers in London England.…

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The Hidden Cost of Happiness

The Hidden Cost of Happiness

Opportunity Cost is an economic theory that is defined on Investopedia as: “a benefit that a person could have received but gave up, to take another course of action.” Ultimately this means that, in every single action that you ever do, you are sacrificing the potential to do another thing. When you choose to purchase…

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