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Importance of Taking Calculated Risk

The decision making process is often full of uncertainties; one can never be 100% of the outcome of the choices we make in our personal and work experiences no matter the effort we put in making plans. In this article, I am motivated to provide a dependable criterion one can follow towards a conclusive and worthy decision-making process. Risk means …

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Growing in Confinement amidst COVID-19

No better time to work on ourselves There hasn’t been a better time in recent history to work on our flaws that have been nicely tucked away during ‘normal’ times, and be better versions of ourselves. But how the heck is self-improvement supposed to be on our priority list, amidst news of the novel Coronavirus – given it’s darn scary …

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Things To Consider If Your Child Has Opioid Addiction

Your child’s Opioid addiction can be a shocking revelation. It can keep you in denial for a very long time and make you dread a difficult confrontation. For a parent, it is confusing and depressing to understand what went wrong that made your child get addicted to Opioids. Even though the realization of the whole situation can be very hard …

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Effective Implementation of Electronic Signatures in Your Company

What Are Electronic Signatures? The basic concept of electronic signatures (or eSignatures) is quite simple. They allow users to record their personal signatures in a digital form, commonly through different types of software. After being recorded by the software, eSignatures can be used to sign documents of any kind, significantly reducing expenses on paperwork and cutting time wastages. If you …

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Is It Time to Question Your Questions?

You probably heard the expression, “A penny for your thoughts…” Isn’t that an offer that is far too little to hear the thoughts, opinions, and beliefs of our friends? For if we were to listen carefully to what they have to say, I’m sure there is a great deal we can learn. How about your thoughts? How much are they …