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How to Develop Analytical Skills




By Junaid Tahir

In our day to day life whether official, personal or social, we have to deal with complications. Some situations are easy to handle with but other are complex which snatch the peace of mind because our brain gets stuck on how best to handle such state of affair. This is where our Analytical Skills help us. The prime purpose for the Analysis of any given situation is to get to know the root cause(s) of the issue, to forecast the impact and to plan corrective/preventive actions strategy. So basically analytical skill is to visualize a given situation, task, project or issue from several angles in order to breakdown it into smaller steps.
Below are different situations where our analytical skills are required. I shall give advises in each category accordingly:

1)    When Summarizing Large Amount of Data: In this situation, I highly recommend using Pivot Tables feature of MS Excel in order to generate reports. The Pivot Reports feature allows us playing with the data in several ways to generate multi-dimensional reports. We can breakdown large amount of data in different sheets to apply Pivot Reports separately as well. Youtube is a very good source of videos for learning this skill. Pivot table can also generate reports for Trends and Forecast in two to three dimensions.

2)   When  Resolving Conflicts in Office: In this case, listen to all parties which are having difference of opinion. List down the positive and negative input factors and after-effects based on feedback from individuals. Make it in tabular format and review this with your manager to see which one is the best option to go for. Then call for a meeting to elaborate the overall picture based on your fair analysis and convince personnel for the option which is in the best interest of the company. Read me detailed article here


3)   When Being Assigned a large project: in this case you need to make a high level agenda (High Level Project Deliverables) and then start working on WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) and then assign each task to relevant resource. While making WBS you can have a meeting with your Team Leads and other stake holders. You can consider Fishbone diagram to analyze the inputs of any task. 


4)   When Resolving a Technical issue: The advice here is to consult the product guide to see the possible root causes, consult the SME (Subject Matter Expert) for opinion or consult the Lesson Learnt Register. For all kind of issues resolutions, I always recommend two things. First is to take corrective action to fix the issue, Second is to take Preventive Action (fix the root cause permanently) so that the issues do not pop up again. Six Sigma's DMAIC is another recommended way for analyzing and improving.You may want to get Six Sigma documents by dropping me an email at mjunaidtahir-at-gmail-dot-com


5)   When purchasing something: Let us take the example of mobile phone. When you want to purchase a new mobile you need to ask yourself: do I need touch screen, do I need wifi, do I really need to purchase new mobile, what is my budget? do I need 5MP camera, do I need iphone or Android, do I need 4 inch screen or less? What other specs do I need to consider. So Basically you are analyzing your demands to come up with the right mobile which is to be purchased. Read my article on how to buy the best phone here


6)   When handling family conflicts: Being a sensitive subject, this is something where you need much more than analytical skills; For each family member involved in the conflict, you have to have sense of feelings, emotions study, stress absorption power, age factor, relationship level and convincing power so in my opinion this is the most difficult part of practicing your analytical skills. You have to consistently guide everyone about 'forgive and forget' policy. You have to calmly listen to each party and take adequate time to analyze all aspects (as mentioned a couple of lines back) vigilantly before concluding something on the brawl.



Conclusion: Analytical skills can make your life easier in almost all aspects of decision making or problem solving, however, it's not only the matter of considering all the options and the inputs, its matter of considering the weight of each option as well. For example, for a given situation you have two options having equal number of advantages or disadvantages so in order to conclude in such situation you have to consider the weight of each option. While doing your analysis you might want to consider the difference between Urgent and Important things. If that is the case please read my article 


About Author: Junaid Tahir, a telecom engineer and a blogger, writes articles on wisdom, happiness and stress management. His articles can be read Here

How to Develop Analytical Skills




By Junaid Tahir

In our day to day life whether official, personal or social, we have to deal with complications. Some situations are easy to handle with but other are complex which snatch the peace of mind because our brain gets stuck on how best to handle such state of affair. This is where our Analytical Skills help us. The prime purpose for the Analysis of any given situation is to get to know the root cause(s) of the issue, to forecast the impact and to plan corrective/preventive actions strategy. So basically analytical skill is to visualize a given situation, task, project or issue from several angles in order to breakdown it into smaller steps.
Below are different situations where our analytical skills are required. I shall give advises in each category accordingly:

1)    When Summarizing Large Amount of Data: In this situation, I highly recommend using Pivot Tables feature of MS Excel in order to generate reports. The Pivot Reports feature allows us playing with the data in several ways to generate multi-dimensional reports. We can breakdown large amount of data in different sheets to apply Pivot Reports separately as well. Youtube is a very good source of videos for learning this skill. Pivot table can also generate reports for Trends and Forecast in two to three dimensions.

2)   When  Resolving Conflicts in Office: In this case, listen to all parties which are having difference of opinion. List down the positive and negative input factors and after-effects based on feedback from individuals. Make it in tabular format and review this with your manager to see which one is the best option to go for. Then call for a meeting to elaborate the overall picture based on your fair analysis and convince personnel for the option which is in the best interest of the company. Read me detailed article here


3)   When Being Assigned a large project: in this case you need to make a high level agenda (High Level Project Deliverables) and then start working on WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) and then assign each task to relevant resource. While making WBS you can have a meeting with your Team Leads and other stake holders. You can consider Fishbone diagram to analyze the inputs of any task. 


4)   When Resolving a Technical issue: The advice here is to consult the product guide to see the possible root causes, consult the SME (Subject Matter Expert) for opinion or consult the Lesson Learnt Register. For all kind of issues resolutions, I always recommend two things. First is to take corrective action to fix the issue, Second is to take Preventive Action (fix the root cause permanently) so that the issues do not pop up again. Six Sigma's DMAIC is another recommended way for analyzing and improving.You may want to get Six Sigma documents by dropping me an email at mjunaidtahir-at-gmail-dot-com


5)   When purchasing something: Let us take the example of mobile phone. When you want to purchase a new mobile you need to ask yourself: do I need touch screen, do I need wifi, do I really need to purchase new mobile, what is my budget? do I need 5MP camera, do I need iphone or Android, do I need 4 inch screen or less? What other specs do I need to consider. So Basically you are analyzing your demands to come up with the right mobile which is to be purchased. Read my article on how to buy the best phone here


6)   When handling family conflicts: Being a sensitive subject, this is something where you need much more than analytical skills; For each family member involved in the conflict, you have to have sense of feelings, emotions study, stress absorption power, age factor, relationship level and convincing power so in my opinion this is the most difficult part of practicing your analytical skills. You have to consistently guide everyone about 'forgive and forget' policy. You have to calmly listen to each party and take adequate time to analyze all aspects (as mentioned a couple of lines back) vigilantly before concluding something on the brawl.




Conclusion: Analytical skills can make your life easier in almost all aspects of decision making or problem solving, however, it's not only the matter of considering all the options and the inputs, its matter of considering the weight of each option as well. For example, for a given situation you have two options having equal number of advantages or disadvantages so in order to conclude in such situation you have to consider the weight of each option. While doing your analysis you might want to consider the difference between Urgent and Important things. If that is the case please read my article 


About Author: Junaid Tahir, a telecom engineer and a blogger, writes articles on wisdom, happiness and stress management. His articles can be read Here

Mountains Are For Climbing!

In the Swiss Alps, there is a little mountain day camp for rookie climbers.
Many businesses take their employees for an outing there.
 
What they’ll do is start out early in the morning and climb halfway up the mountain to this ‘halfway house’.Then around noon they take off their gear, and go in for a warm meal. The trip sponsors say that every time, without exception, when lunch is over and time to strap their gear back on, they lose half the people. Half are content sit by the fire and enjoy themselves.
 
Then around four o’clock they hear a bell indicating that their friends have reached the summit. They hurry over and look out the window and see their friends summiting the mountain! The halfway hosts say the party atmosphere turns instantly into a funeral atmosphere. The people who stayed behind then realize they have missed out on the experience of a lifetime. They now wish they could be celebrating on mountaintop too, but it’s too late.
 
This is a picture of how our lives can be at times. Many times we find it easier just to settle. Why bother continuing to hold hope that you will possess your mountain, let alone hope that you will ever climb it?
Why not just be a quitter? Why not go back to the valley where life is easier?.
It’s hard work to be a mountain climber!. Much easier to wimp out!.
 
THERE ARE TWO TIMES WHEN YOU’LL BE MOST VULNERABLE TO QUITTING:
THE FIRST WHEN YOU HAVE SUFFERED A GREAT FAILURE.
THE SECOND, BELIEVE IT OR NOT, WHEN YOU HAVE HAD A GREAT SUCCESS.
JENTEZEN FRANKLIN
 
The first one isn’t a surprise. The second isn’t either, if you think about it; because after you succeed,
you can soon become complacent. We rest on our laurels, we aren’t hungry for success anymore, we lose our edge.

6 ways in which you can stop negative thinking



If you are prone to negative thinking, you may feel as though this is an innate quality which will impact on you throughout your life. It is this misconception that drags many people down in their lives, as they allow negative thoughts to consume them and overwhelm their mind-set.

In fact, negative thinking is a habit that can be challenged and changed through knowledge, strategy and behaviour. As we understand the cause of our negativity and change the way in which we perceive situations, we can develop a more positive outlook that delivers huge rewards in our personal and professional lives!

6 ways in which you can stop negative thinking

So, here are six simple and actionable ways in which you can stop negative thinking and develop more positive behavioural habits:

1. Develop a consistent sleeping cycle

Negative thinking is a symptom of depression, and as such it is often exacerbated by a lack of sleep or an irregular sleeping cycle. The link between negativity, depression and sleep deprivation has been explored at length during numerous scientific studies, including the 2005 Sleep in America pools which discovered that subjects diagnosed with depression or anxiety were more likely to sleep less than six hours each night.

To negate this and ensure that you are well-rested, you should commit to developing a healthy and sustainable sleep cycle over a prolonged period of time. This must enable you to achieve a full eight-hour sleep every evening, so create a routine based on the time that you need to rise for work in the morning.

2. Write down your Negative Thoughts in a Journal

The issue with negative thoughts is that they are usually formless and ambiguous in our minds, making them hard to quantify or resolve through verbal reasoning. They can also hide the real source of our angst, so it is important that we are able to process these thoughts and understand their various triggers.
The best way to achieve this is to write down your negative thoughts in a journal, translating them into words and affording them actual meanings. Start by recording your thoughts quickly and directly, as you focus on expressing yourself rather than attempting to phrase your thoughts logically. Once they have been committed to paper, you can then begin to review them and identify specific triggers or common themes.
This process also helps you to develop the habit of expressing your thoughts in an open manner, making it easier to manage relationships and resolve inter-personal issues.

3. Stop thinking in extremes

Life is far from black and white, and those of a rational mind-set are able to factor this into their everyday thought processes. The same cannot be said for those who are prone to negative thinking, however, as these individuals tend to think in extremes and imagine the worst case scenarios when they are faced with a problem.
Unfortunately, this prevents you from embracing the subtle nuances of life and considering the positives that can be drawn from any situation.
In this respect, the key to challenging a negative mind-set does not lie in contriving a forced and completely positive mind-set. Instead, you should consider the various positive and negative possibilities that exist within any given scenario, committing these to paper and creating a list that can guide your thought processes. This will instantly afford your brain viable alternatives to the extreme negative, without forcing you to suddenly alter your mind-set in a moment.

4. Deal with facts and stop mind-reading

On a similar note, negative thinking also makes you incapable of dealing with any kinds of uncertainty. So when you are placed in a stressful or unfamiliar situation that has a potentially negative outcome, you have a tendency to pre-empt certain events and apply meanings to them without any significant facts. This can be described as mind-reading, and it is only likely to foster further negativity.
This can be easily resolved with a change in behaviour, as you look to gather facts and details relating to the situation and use these to make an informed judgement. The key is to start with a scenario and state all of the logical explanations in order of their relevance, using either a pen and paper or verbal reasoning. If a friend has not replied to a text immediately, for example, this could be due to a number of reasons such as their battery dying, their presence in a meeting at work or the fact that their handset is on silent and the message has not been read.
By listing these realistic explanations, you can avoid the temptation to pre-empt negative outcomes and react impulsively. Over time, experience will also teach you that logical and reasonable explanations are usually more likely than the worst-case scenarios which play on your mind.

5. Accentuate the positive and embrace it when it does happen

One of the main issues with negative thinking is that it clouds your judgement at all times, even when a scenario ends with a positive outcome. This can either cause you to minimise the positive outcome and the impact that it has in your mind or prevent you from seeing any positivity at all.
Let’s say that you are afforded a pay-rise at work, for example, but one that is lower than some of your colleagues. Instead of focusing solely on this single negative element, it is far better to celebrate the offer of a pay-rise in the first instance and recognise the fact that there are others who have received less. This introduces perspective to any situation and provides definitive facts to contrast your negative thoughts.
Perception is the key here, as you look to view negative occurrences as temporary and specific rather than permanent and pervasive. Instantly look to balance a negative thought or observation with a contrasting positive, as this will enable you to get into the habit of developing a far greater sense of perspective.

6. Re-frame your circumstances and actively seek out positives

While there are scenarios that clearly deliver both positive and negative effects, there are others that may be instantly perceived as being wholly negative. This is the worst nightmare for anyone who is prone to negative thinking, as they are presented with a situation which feeds their pessimistic mind-set and offers no immediate hope of resolution.
You may be at an airport when your flight is delayed, for example, which is a negative scenario that forces you to panic and consider a number of opportunities that you may be missing out on.
The way to resolve this is to actively seek out positives, initially by re-framing the circumstances and reconsidering a perceived problem as a potential opportunity. So rather then focusing on what you may be missing out on, why not list the other things that you can achieve while waiting for your flight? Whether you complete work tasks or enjoy some relaxed retail therapy, the key is to distract yourself from negative thoughts by searching for positive resolutions and optimising your time.
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You Deserve To Be Happy




Achieving your own happiness is the best measure of how well you are living your life and enjoying your relationships. You can learn how to be happier and more fulfilled in everything you do.


Everyone is Different
Happiness in life is like a smorgasbord. If 100 people went to a smorgasbord
(Buffet offering wide range of food) ​
and each put food on their plate in the quantity and mix that each felt would be most pleasing to him, every plate would be different. Even a husband and wife would go up to the smorgasbord and come back with plates that looked completely different. Happiness is the same way. Each person requires a particular combination of those ingredients to feel the very best about himself or herself.
 
Listen to Your Heart
And your mix is changing continually. If you went to the same smorgasbord every day for a year, you probably would come back with a different plateful of food each time. Each day-sometimes each hour-only you can tell what it takes to make you happy. Therefore, the only way to judge whether a job, a relationship, an investment, or any decision, is right for you is to get in touch with your feelings and listen to your heart.


Be True to Yourself
You're true to yourself only when you follow your inner light, when you listen to what Ralph Waldo Emerson called the "still, small voice within." You're being the very best person you can be only when you have the courage and the fortitude to allow your definition of happiness, whatever it may be, to be the guiding light of every part of your life.


There Are No Limits
A very important point on the subject of happiness is whether or not you feel that you "deserve" to be happy. Accept the notion that you deserve all the happiness you can honestly attain through the application of your talents and abilities. The more you like and respect yourself, the more deserving you will feel of the good things in life. And the more deserving you feel, the more likely you will attain and hold on to the happiness you are working toward.


Make Happiness Your Key Measure
You should make happiness the organizing principle of your life. Compare every possible action and decision you make against your standard of happiness to see whether that action would make you happier or unhappier. Soon, you will discover that almost all of the problems in your life come from choices that you have made - or are currently making - that do not contribute to your happiness.


Pay the Price
Of course, there are countless times when you will have to do little things that don't make you happy along the way toward those larger things that make you very happy indeed. We call this paying the price of success in advance. You must pay your dues. Sometimes these interim steps don't make you happy directly, but the happiness you achieve from attaining your goal will be so great that it totally overwhelms the temporary inconveniences and dissatisfactions you have to endure in order to get there.


Action Exercises
Here are three steps you can take immediately to put these ideas into action.
First, accept that you deserve all the joy and happiness you can possibly achieve through your own efforts.
Second, make your own happiness the chief organizing principle of your life and judge everything against that standard.
Third, be willing to work hard and pay the price for the satisfaction and rewards you desire. Always go the extra mile and your success will be assured


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​ 12 Reasons Why The First Year Of Your Marriage Is Most Important For Your Relationship






Marriage is one of the most beautiful, exciting, romantic and adventurous
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phases of your life. It means you will be starting a new phase of your life, sharing your home, your space and your life with someone. It also brings the joy of beginning a new family. All the excitement, anticipation and nervousness are what make it worthwhile

When you tie the knot and start a life together, irrespective of the fact whether yours is a love or an arranged marriage, the first year of your marriage is the most decisive one as it is the time you discover, you learn, you implement and you follow.

Confused? Well don't be, read on and enjoy as you unfold the importance of this crucial year of your life.


1. You are getting to know each other

You may have known each other for a long time, but there are many things that you get to know about a person only when you share your life with them. Your partner's likes, dislikes, habits - good as well as bad, the way they eat, sleep and many other things make you aware of your partner completely.
2. You learn to share "everything"
Not only your home, but things like your space, your cupboards, your towels, your car, your favourite chocolates that you have stacked in the fridge, which may seem like small things but mean a lot to you!


3. You fight, but you also learn how to act as a unit when a dreadful situation arises
If you are a married couple who does not fight, then there is seriously something wrong with you! A healthy marriage has healthy fights and that is what brings you closer too. And along the way, you realise that you may fight your hearts out, but when faced with a challenging situation, you never leave your partner alone. Rather, you two become a team and look for fruitful solutions to solve the problem before you.
4. You learn what makes your partner happy and what makes them sad

This phase of your marriage is where you spend the maximum time together (as it is also called the "extended honeymoon phase"). Hence, not only the likes and dislikes, but it also makes you well aware of your partner's tastes, both good and bad.
5. You get to know each other's strong and weak points

When you are dating, your partner might show you his/her strong points, but will always feel conscious and shy of making you familiar with the weak ones. But, once you are married and your partner is convinced that you would not be judged, you get to see both the strong and not-so-strong qualities of your spouse, and learn how to deal with them too.
6. You realise how both of you deal with a crisis when one arises

You may be the strong one when a difficult situation arises and would want to fight it in the eye. Your spouse, on the other hand, might be just the opposite and may prefer to either ignore it or run away from it. When you know how both of you deal with specific situations and are aware of each other's crisis management techniques, you are better equipped to deal with them when the next one arises.
7. You become aware of each other's fighting pattern

Yes, that is true! The first year of your marriage is enough time for you to understand the pattern or the triggers for your partner to get angry and start fights. So, you either learn to change your habits or try to change your spouse's unjust behaviour. You also become more aware of not letting fights caused by silly triggers to occur in the future.
8. You learn to choose your words before speaking

Because once you say things that you did not intend to, but did in a sudden burst of anger, you see the consequences and the distance that it creates between the two of you. Then you wish, you had not used such hurtful words. So, you learn to choose your words wisely.
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9. This year is the foundation, the stepping stone to a lifetime of happiness and commitment

It has a million happy moments, many romantic instances, some sorrows, a lot of fights, maybe a few doctor visits, a few good family get-togethers, some bitter experiences with loved ones, and many more of such ups and downs. But, all these together, lay the foundation to your 'happily ever after'!
10. You realise the meaning of starting your own family

Until now, family comprised of you, your parents, your siblings and your relatives. Now, you learn the new definition of family where it is you, your husband, your in-laws, a child in the future, and how to keep everyone happy and together!
11. You finally get a best friend for life

You know, your 3 am companion, your partner in crime, your best buddy who also luckily happens to be your spouse? And, the reason you enjoy the company of your best friend the most in the first year is because that is the most fun-filled and stress-free time.
12. You realise how lucky you are to have each other and that you have made the right choice

Once you start living together, making your home the way you want it to be, discovering new facts about each other, learning new things from each other and realising how content and happy you feel every day, makes you feel blessed to have got married to this wonderful person. You feel certain that you will have a beautiful future as this year taught you a lot about each other, and that is all you need to start your journey.

Story: The Thirsty Teacher

A beautiful little story about what it really takes to attain true peace of mind. This story seems simple at first, but provokes thought and contemplation with its enlightening message.





























5 Signs It's Time To Leave Your Job!



You must leave your job if you realize these five signs and find your desired job!

The Gallup poll data tells us that 70 percent of employees are not properly engaged in their work. In the most recent twelve months, I have had five customers leave their organizations to get better jobs that can satisfy their needs.

That is beneficial for them; however what about you? So, what would it be advisable for you to think about whether you are not sure to continue working in the current organization or to find your desired job, something better than a current job?

Here is the solution, these are the five signs showing that it is time to get new job:

1. Your current boss is extremely abusive:In case you are thinking about whether your boss is abusive, which is likely a sign she or he is. In the event that your boss is harsh (physically, mentally, sexually or verbally) you should not rely on it. Definitely, you need to address the issue with your HR and boss. Be that as it may, truth is that all organizations are not great at managing the abusive managers (and even abusive workers).

Various researchers illustrate that 75 percent of workers express their greatest work anxiety is attached to their boss or supervisor. On the off chance, it is also valid for you that your boss is abusive, you have to oppose the enticement of attempting “tough it out.” why might you subject yourself to that? Having an abusive supervisor is an unmistakable sign you either need to figure out how to end the leave or abuse. If you’re facing this kind of boss, it is better to leave this job right now.

2. Boss does not care for your success:In case you’re doing awesome work yet your boss does not appreciate your work, which is a warning you should not ignore. Your hard working attitude and execution may be stellar—yet that does not matter if your boss doesn’t care about it. So, such bosses who don’t care about helping your profession progress beyond any doubt won’t be singing your commendations to the individuals who decide your promotions. A perfect boss really cares about your success.

Before you choose to leave, you should set a time period (e.g. 3 months) to enhance your relationships with the boss. This isn’t reasonable; however in the event that you do not do your best to enhance your relation with the boss, you are not being fair to yourself. All things considered, if your boss still does not care for you. Then it is definitely time to leave that job.

3. Organization is driving you down the road for burnout:Consider that you work sixty or more hours a week and if you love what you do and you are paid as needs be. One of my customers was working seventy hours a week and there was no unmistakable end to that dark tunnel. He cherished what he was doing, yet it was blazing him out following seven months and he exited for a similarly incredible job that didn’t expend his life.

More employees reported that working to an extreme degree an excessive amount to the disservice of their family and health. Now, if you’re one of them, really it is a sign to get your desired life back to you.

4. You are getting bored:If you are bored working in your office, let me say, you lack passion in this work and you don’t feel comfortable working in this field. I’m not proposing it’s an ideal opportunity to discover another employment since you are bored. Distinguish the reason for your weariness and try to fix this problem if you can. Is it true that you are learning and developing? (If not, it’s nothing unexpected you’re exhausted.) Are you in the right part? Do you require more obligation and test? Improve acknowledge how imperative your work is (regardless of what it is) and be glad for it?

After fixing these issues, if you are still bored in your work, that may be a sign you require a radical change in what you’re doing or the organization you’re doing it with. Try not to trick yourself into supposing you can exceed expectations in case you’re not enthusiastic about what you are doing now.

You may think your supervisor is content with you, yet I’ve never met a manager that regards a colleague who is simply “getting by.” It’s obviously better you discover a vocation you are eager to wake up for than to sit tight for your manager to wake up and let you know it’s a great opportunity to go. So, you should leave that job if you still bored after making above discussed changes in you.

5. You are not fitting in that job:Not fitting in the job? Actually, you don’t have to leave your current job; you have to change yourself instead! You can just accuse your manager or colleagues such a variety of times. Be that as it may, in the event that you’ve been in your organization six months or something like that and you simply don’t like people out there, or you don’t have faith in the organization’s vision and qualities—it is simply not working.

Remember that you can’t compel yourself to like individuals you simply don’t care for. Acknowledge that you are not going to change others and you are not going to change your organization society. In all these conditions, you are not fitting into this environment, it is also a sign to leave the job and find the one in which you feel more comfortable.


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Are You An Explosive Personality Or The Implosive One?
Are You Explosive or Implosive? It’s important to Know
Arguing with Emotionally Hyper Minds
Being Happy
Being Living in Past
Being Unhealthy
Being with Unhappy People
Body, Mind, Heart and Soul
Competition - Good or Bad
Confront Fear
Convert Your Irritations into a Positive Energy
Criticism – How to Handle
Dialogue with David - The Person in Anxiety and Depression
Do Not Panic Unnecessarily
Do You Keep People Happy?
Don't Take Life Seriously
Eight Choices You Can Make Today
Eleven Great Ways to Reduce Stress
Emotions Management
Empowering Perspective
Examine yourself
Excellent Thoughts on Daily Living
Feel Good Factors
Four Principles of Spirituality
Four Steps Relationship Repair - HEAL
Frustration
Garden, Grass and Garbage
Givers, Takers and Keepers
Great Tips for Improving Your Life
Great Wisdom from China
Happiness is a Choice, Not a Result
Harmony In Relationships
Harvard Business Review - Think Positive
How Are You Feeling?
How Can I Improve the standard of my Thoughts:
How Happy is Your Organization?
How To Accept Yourself
How to Avoid Negative Thoughts
How To Be Strong In Hard Moments
How to Be Strong in Tough Time
How to Build Trust to Empower Relationships
How to Create the Ultimate Habit of Happiness
How To Get Through Life!
How to Handle Frequent Mood Swings
How to handle when trapped in Unethical Situations
How to manager your life - A nice analogy
How to Overcome Negativity for Good.
How to Respond In Tragic Moments
Increasing Happiness by Sharing Happiness
Islamic – Keys to Happiness
Keep the Engine Running
Keep Working
Keys to Happiness
Love or Selfishness
Love Your Irritations
Managing Sorrow
Mental Toughness
Misunderstanding in Relationship
Money , Experience & Happiness
Need Success and Happiness? Work on your thoughts
Points to Ponder
Principles of Life
Put Something Positive
Quotes from the book "Lift me Up" by Ron Kaufman
Reasons for Negative Thoughts and Stress
Refreshing the Famous 90/10 Principle
Relationship Advice: Be Kind to One Another
Relationship Advice: Leaving the Past
Rules to Live by
Seven Quick Steps To Feel Better
Shielding Yourself From Negativity
Simplicity for Happier Life
Six Tips for Anger Management
Some Reminders
Some Self Improvement Tips
Something to Ponder for Your Happiness
Stop Complaining Start Achieving
Story of Gold Coins - The 99 Club
Story of Shay
Story: Chicken, Chicken, Chicken
Story: Forgiveness is Greater Than Revenge
Story: From Stress to Strength
Story: Handling Priorities in Life
Story: It's Never Too Late
Story: Power of Positive Talk & Encouragement
Story: Secret of Managing Stress
Story: Stress Management
Story: Tears of Happiness
Story: The cockroach theory for self development
Story: The Unhappy Young Lady
Story: The wow approach
Story: Three Dolls
Story: What Is The Purpose of Our Lives
Stress Advice: List down all your worries
Study: Happiness Comes From Respect, Not Money
Success Advice: Be Open To Improvement
Sweeping Statements - Annoying, Irritating and Insulting
The 10 Habits Of Happy Couples
The 7 C's of Happiness
The Echoes of Happiness: Belly Laughs
The Guide to Stress Management for a Happier Life
The Lady and the Salesman
The Last Lecture
The Power of Not Looking Back
The Power of Words
The Secret to Managing Stress
The Seven Step Plan For Success
The Story Of Two Wolves
The Unclassified Laws of Etiquette
The Words I select to speak
Three Options to Consider to Fight Stress
Time Does Not Stop !!!
Tips For Better Life
Tips to Stay Relaxed
Top 10 Reasons to Smile
Top10 Most Common Regrets in Life
Try Something Different
Understanding Stress
Value of Finger
Ways of Life
What is Maturity
What is Real Wealth - How to achieve
What is stress?
What Stress Actually Does to You and What You Can Do About It
What Will Matter and What Won't
What You Imagine is Extremely Important
When It Comes To Happiness, Simplicity Is Key
When Mistakes are Ok?
Win People to Your Way of Thinking
Winners Vs Losers
Wise Quotes from the book "Lift me Up" by Ron Kaufman
Worries & Prayers
Worry Creates More Problems
You Are The Results Of Yourself
Your Guide to Never Feeling Tired Again
Your Life is Your Balance Sheet
The Ultimate Guide to Stress Management

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