Is there power in positive thinking?

Thinking positively can give you hope

Is there power in positive thinking?If you’ve ever picked up a motivational book or attended a wealth-building seminar, you’re probably already familiar with terms like “Positive Thinking” and “Create your own destiny.” Ever since Vincent Peale’s The Power of Positive Thinking hit New York Times’ Bestseller List in 1952, the idea that you can think your way to financial success…

Will Chinese Players Dominate Snooker in the Next 10 Years?

Will Chinese Players Dominate Snooker in the Next 10 Years?Snooker experts are always on the lookout for the next big star who will dominate the sport. The 80s were all about Cliff Thorburn, Kirk Steven and Steve Davis, the 90s belonged to Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O’Sullivan has been the sport’s main force over the last two decades. World class Other players have risen…

Are you suffering career burnout?

Dealing with burnout isn't easy but awareness is a good first step because you understand that, while you're unhappy, you aren't trapped

Are you suffering career burnout?Two decades ago, burnout was a career-builders' enemy. Today, it is a nightmare with potentially devastating repercussions. It is exemplified by around-the-clock portable connectivity tools, which make working long hours seductive, easy and effortless. Before you know what's happening, you've turned into a drone, and working is no longer fun. Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary describes burnout…

Tips for choosing the best online casino in Canada

Tips for choosing the best online casino in CanadaLittle by little, online gambling is gaining traction in Canada. For a very good reason - it offers you exciting games, neverending entertainment, and big jackpots. There are various exciting games to shake up your everyday routine. Yet if you have never tried playing games on online casinos, but your curiosity levels are rising, perhaps…

Buying a home during the pandemic

It’s been a wild ride for home buyers

Buying a home during the pandemicIf your home is your castle, and a castle is a fortified residence to keep you safe, then Covid-19 has taught us an important safety lesson: Owning your own home means you become the literal gatekeeper to your own health. But it isn’t only our physical health that has been impacted by the pandemic. Our…

Be sk(c)eptical about Canadian spelling

Canadians never really know which way to go when practising that murky art of American or British usage

Be sk(c)eptical about Canadian spellingIt is hard not to be skeptical when spelling in Canada. Our spellings are coloured by our Commonwealth heritage and Canadians are in the unenviable position of never really knowing which way to go when practising that murky art: American or British usage? One has to admire the sheer efficiency of American spelling; they do…

Why employees jump ship

Employees don't quit their companies; they quit their bosses

Why employees jump shipContrary to popular belief, a low salary is usually not the primary reason for quitting a job. Statistics predict that most career-builders won't be working for the same company a decade from now. They're likely to have at least two more jobs. Even though frequent job changes often have a lot to do with variables…

How to handle job-interview stress

It is unrealistic to hope the interview will run smoothly

How to handle job-interview stressWhether during good or bad economies, interview stress is a given in the job-hunting process. Job candidates experience stress prior to the interview and during the interview. During both occasions, the stress can be equally intense. Don't be passive and hope the interview will run smoothly. That's being unrealistic. The worst thing you can do is…

The ABCs of negotiating a job offer

It's not a good idea to zone out when HR explains complicated benefits packages

The ABCs of negotiating a job offerMost new hires zone out when HR staffers explain complicated benefits packages. It's not that they're not concentrating on what's being said, it's because the explanation is being delivered in an incomprehensible dialect called "HR-speak." Just because a job offer is doled out in an alien tongue doesn't mean you can't ask for a translation…
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