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It is my pleasure to inform you that I have been promoted to a higher post as a Financial Adviser of thè Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry of our Country as from the 01 of May 2015. For the past few months I have been busy concluding some projects to be able to hand them over on time, that is why I have not been able to help and welcome many new members who joined us recently. Regrettably! I will not be able to be as engaging as I use to be. However, I will try to continue as a Wa
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We all know how easy it is to follow the majority, to do as everyone else seems to be doing, to do only that which is considered average. It takes a strong individual to live a life based on his or her own ideals. Such a person shows strength simply in ability to remain on a chosen path regardless of the inevitable counter forces. It is the fear of these counter forces that keeps most of us away from our natural desire to learn in order to fulfill our desire for acceptance. It is the fear of
The other day I was looking at myself and realized that there are some “Things” that will never change for example the way I love my children! Even if they do some “Stupid Things,” I am still going to love each of my kids. Sure, I may be disappointed in them because sometimes they don’t really want my advice and probably won’t take it. Yet, things like these will not lessen my love for my kids. I believe that my children know that I will always love them. I wonder if they derive a
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My friend Success used to feel passionately about starting a business, but somewhere between grading tests and completing report cards she lost her enthusiasm. For as long as she could remember Success, had secretly nurtured a dream to own her own business. But like many women in her age group, she had chosen a safer, more socially acceptable, occupation. She was a teacher. Now that she was close to retirement, she was beginning to realize that it might soon be possible to fulfill that hidden
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Are you tense? No, let me ask you like this are you suffering from an incurable insomnia that a mound of Melatonin can’t cure? You are not alone, I used to share your pain, you see, I am an obsessive compulsive. I am saying this because thoughts ricochet my head even even past midnight. Now, as you are well aware, such internal noise pollution can do more damage to a good night's rest than a physical jackhammer pounding away from outside. Oh my goodness, you can't even call the cops to take
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1. Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated. 2. Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite. 3. There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar. 4. The average person's left hand does 56% of the typing. 5. A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes. 6. There are more chickens than people in the world. 7. Two-thirds of the world's eggplant is grown in New Jersey. 8. The longest one-syllable word in the English language is "screeched." 9. On a Canadian two dollar bill, the flag fl
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Still Life is an art term, that refers to a special kind of picture. It represents an arrange of inanimate objects (hence the name) such as a bowl, a cup or fruits. Usually the arrangement is made according to the artist's purpose. A Still life pencil drawing can be symbolic, with an underlying meaning, or aesthetic, in which case the purpose is to communicate beauty. About Still Life Pencil Drawings A still life work can have many purposes. If we work in color it can help us understand how col
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"The key to time management: Focus less on the time in your life, and more on the life in your time." -Alan Cohen- So here we are, facing another day, with endless amounts of to do's and errands and shopping and events and the list goes on and on. Our first thing we say to ourselves and others is, I wish I had more time. Then there is that old saying, that if you want something done give it to the busiest person, because they will get it done. Have you ever thought about that statement and/or a
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You have probably heard the term “IQ” many times, and you probably know it has something to do with measuring intelligence. The letters “IQ” stand for “intelligence quotient”, and an IQ test is widely used as a way to measure intelligence. The test most frequently used today to measure intelligence is called the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test. The earliest version of it was developed in France in 1905. The original test has been revised several times over the years, with a major
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Pressure is part and parcel of all work and helps to keep us motivated. But excessive pressure can lead to stress, which undermines performance, is costly to employers and can make people ill. Stress, a matter of judgment In becoming stressed, people must therefore make two main judgments: firstly they must feel threatened by the situation, and secondly they must doubt that their capabilities and resources are sufficient to meet the threat. Damaging Stress How stressed someone feels depends on
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