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How many happy people do you know?

asked this question yesterday on my social media pages. How many happy adults do you know? Hundreds of comments and nearly 20,000 views so far. Average answer: 0-2 people. Other typical answers: There is no happiness In life there are only fragments of happiness, not complete happiness. Whoever...
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Tell me who you’re with, let me tell you who you are!

We can all hear this expression, but from hearing to doing, there is a great difference. On our Mastermind Facebook group, we’ve put together a select few who share the same goal. Develop themselves and earn more income using the capacities that the internet offers. 6 Months from...
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It is or it’s good to be

In our daily lives, we are constantly faced with various objectives, activities and jobs that we need to accomplish. Some of them end successfully and some others end up on another list like “I’ll do it or get there when we can”. Despite personal ambition, some things are...
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Expert vs. being Useful

Society and schools have taught us that to build something worthwhile you must be an expert. To help someone get from point A to point B, you need to have the right qualifications. To teach, you need a degree, etc. In reality, things are very different. A mom...
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The Laptop Atelier and Retreat Center

I am not living in a beautiful woodsy cabin where I can commune with nature. Gentle sea breezes do not waft through my gloriously appointed palm hut with beach access. There are no chef-prepared gourmet meals delivered at predictable hours with linen napkins. Celebratory cocktails served at the...
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Getting Better at the Tech

Today’s Perfect Moment is getting a better handle on the technology I have to employ in my new role as online teacher.  However, I would be remiss if I didn’t say that today’s bike ride really should also win the honours.  The thing is, you are probably going...
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