• Work Life Balance Takes Work And Life To Make “Balance”

    Are you thinking about having it all? You know, a baby, a spouse, a multi million dollar golden parachute crowning your executive level career, yearly vacation time, healthy eating, exercise, sex, spirituality and philosophical musings about the amazement of existing? That’s not even an exhaustive list. You know the exhaustive list is infinite, don’t you? […]

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  • When Sun and Rain compromise, the result is Rainbow.

    How to compromise without diminishing yourself? I don’t know exactly, but think about it … Mediocrity comes from middle and height. A human reaching on mediocrity is shortening its stature. Not height, that’d be a horror movie. Stature. We bow to become more average. That is the great work of relationships. How to function independently, how […]

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  • Why Do We Diss Day Dreaming?

    Why is that mr. Dumbledore? Is it because we need to go to work everyday? Is it because I must burn calories intensively for some moral reason? I mean dwelling on dreams is just as much living as any other part of living because if I am dead I will not dream anymore. At least […]

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  • What do you do for a living?

    The dread question that begs another: are you worthy of a living? Am I? I don’t know. I sell myself as high as I’m able to, but I never received the scale of worthiness. I watched this movie, About a boy, and in it this guy Hugh Grant was playing, had no job because of steady […]

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  • How to be your best self

    Control yourself but neverDeny yourself. Loose yourself butProtect yourself. Apply yourself don’tDo it yourself. Touch yourself butKeep it to yourself. Grab yourself andSave yourself. Be yourself butSuit yourself. Work with yourself toExpress yourself. Contain yourself but don’tKick yourself. Top yourself but don’tFuck yourself. Validate yourself but don’tPraise yourself. Push yourself thenTreat yourself. Help yourself toLove […]

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  • Twenty three lists in one medium search

    If you want to stop clicking listicles, this is it! Stare at lists of lists: 3 Ways Family Businesses Give Female Millennial Entrepreneurs an Advantage 5 Female Millennial Entrepreneur Fears and How to Manage Them 453 Ways the Youth Are Shaping the World 3 Step-Guide to Stop Undermining Yourself as a Female Millennial Entrepreneur 10 Steps to […]

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  • An idea to solve inequality

    Did you click? Good. Now continue. Here, this is gonna be hard, really hard, trust me i need to pamper y’all. It is a heavy solution which cuts like a scalpel and hurts just as bad. There’s gonna be blood. The main factor responsible for the deepening inequality is inheritance, in particular the extensiveness of it. […]

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  • Reinventing the wheel might be the best thing you can do

    Reinventing the wheel is bad for society, but awesome for you. 3, 2, 1 GO! 20 websites that will make you smarter14 articles that will raise your self esteem91 podcasts about success4 billionaires sharing their success stories1 story on how I did it45 places to see and 45 ways to be Read more books. Read more […]

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  • 10 hard things in life

    Hard things require a huge inner fight against the natural instinct, against outside pressure to conform, against learned stereotypes, against tiredness, against hedonism, against pessimism, against anger, against love. You’d think that handling multi million operations is a tough job. You’d imagine anyone knows a thing or two about eating, having sex, socializing and enjoying […]

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  • How to win the lottery or have an IPO-ing startup

    How do you win when your chances are one in a million? Here are the best approaches to follow and hope for the best: Strategy 1: play the same numbers over and over again This is the all time favorite. Of course, it’s a golden shiny example of gambler’s fallacy: it seems to them that each […]

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