Welcome to your weekly update of motivational, inspirational, or otherwise interesting content from across the internet!
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Articles Week Ending 16 November 2013 (Eastern Time):
What Poker Really Teaches You About Business: http://www.inc.com/paul-schoemaker/real-reason-poker-is-a-metaphor-for-business.html
Job Seekers: Polish Your LinkedIn Profile: http://www.forbes.com/sites/lisaquast/2013/11/04/job-seekers-polish-your-linkedin-profile/#!
6 Tips To Keep Your Brain Sharp As You Age: http://www.baylorhealth.com/PhysiciansLocations/Dallas/About/BaylorDallasNews/Pages/6TipstoKeepYourBrainSharpasYouAge.aspx#!
7 Common Habits of Unhappy People: http://www.positivityblog.com/index.php/2011/10/05/7-habits/
Two Faulty Thinking Patterns Leaders Must Ditch: http://www.peoplediscovery.co.uk/2013/11/14/faulty-thinking-leaders/
Quotations, Images, etc. Week Ending 16 November 2013:
Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.– Dalai Lama
True happiness comes from the joy of deeds well done, the zest of creating things new. — Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Goals Happen Here Articles & Videos Week Ending 16 November 2013:
7 Things to Stop Talking About: Want to improve your relationships with others and make your own life happier? Here are 7 things everyone will be grateful for you to stop talking about (including you!):
1. Things you can’t change: Your commute, the weather, the traffic, the long elevator ride to your office, the past, the losing season of your favorite team are just a few examples. Stop. Talking. About. It.
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How to Find Groups & People to Support Your Dreams: A reader on Facebook asked me this question, and I thought many people would share her concern: How do you find positive, supportive groups and people? People who will encourage you to accomplish your goals and dreams?
1. It’s important to be the type of person you want to attract. So if you want to surround yourself with positive people, make sure you are positive and aren’t the one who’s always finding something to complain about. Too hot or too cold? Unless you can fix it, be quiet about it. Tired? Yes, we all are. Have too much to do at work? We all do. The idea is to find a group or individuals who will focus on the positive, rather than talking incessantly about all that is wrong.
Read more here.