Articles curated by @project.hope: my top 3 weekly selection (13/01/2021)
I like the neighborhood and as a participant in projects, I retain allotted myself to the chore of weekly initiating a nomination of the writings that appear most fascinating to me and here I fetch them to you and submit them now.
We are a committee of people who love technology, artificial intelligence, psychology, marketing, finance, and areas for which we are excited that we come together to share and illustrate our ideas through this community.
This week we talk about motivation, psychology and positive thinking, very current and interesting posts, which I have dedicated myself to recommend, enjoy the selection.
So Lets see, here is my top 3 :
"...First, it is important to see growth in all aspect of finance and in doing it, one need to start with increasing income by 50% rather than remain at the same spot. Incomes shold be increased on a yearly or monthly bases and in other to do this, one would either increase the level of time for work or increase the stream of income. You need to improve on how to get your income in the previous year would increase 50%...."
"...We cannot see and touch the mind, but if we can appreciate many actions that are derived from its existence, such examples are the way in which we develop enough consciousness to be able to discern between good and bad, when we reason in everyday life or when we reason in order to expand our intellect we are boosting our mind, there are other actions that could not be left behind by the mind, and these are the emotions, feeling happy or sad depends on the way we put our mind to work..."
"...When someone talks about staying focused on something, generally, people get used to it and do it without realizing it, to split into two sides: those who believe that a well-defined focus to do something is always the best thing to do (for later advance, cautiously, to the next goal) and those who choose to focus on doing a group of different things at the same time (in this case, the focus is somewhat relative)..."
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