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The Way Of The Peaceful Parent

There is no such thing as stress-free parenting. Parents will always have stress: we not only have to deal with tantrums and scraped knees and refusing to eat anything you cook, but we worry about potential accidents, whether we are ruining our kids , whether our children will find happiness as adults and be able to provide for themselves and find love.
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How to Meditate Daily

The habit of meditation is one of the most powerful things I’ve ever learned. Amazingly, it’s also one of the most simple habits to do — you can do it anywhere, any time, and it will always have immediate benefits. How many habits can you say that about?…
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How to Live Well

I’m not a rich man, nor do I fly around the world and drink champagne with famous people in exotic locales, nor do I own a sports car or SUV or a yacht. And yet, I’m very happy. Much happier than seven years ago when I ate fried foods and sweets all time and felt unhealthy and overweight, when I watched television and was out of shape, when I shopped a lot and was in debt, when I worked a job…
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The Tiny Guide to Being a Great Dad

There are only three things you need to do to be a great dad: 1. Be there. If you’re in their lives, you rock. If you’re there when they scrape their knee, lose their first tooth, need someone to cry to, need help with their school project, want a partner for playing house or hide-and-seek … you are already being a great dad. Be there, when they need you, and when they don’t.
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Harnessing The Power Of Word-Of-Mouth With The Referral Economy

People influence people. A trusted referral influences people more than the best broadcast message. A trusted referral is the Holy Grail of advertising. – Mark Zuckerberg Founder and CEO, Facebook.  Word-of-mouth recommendations from family, friends and colleagues, have always been part of the fabric of our society. Who you know has often trumped what you know. Receiving a recommendation….
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How to Nurture Prospects to Become Long-Term Customers

For many companies, the sales process is centred on getting that initial interest or purchase. Too often the assumption is that once the prospect has made a purchase, they’ll become a valued customer. The reality is that for prospects to turn into long -term customers, you need to develop a trusted relationship with them. They need to view your staff member as being a trusted advisor that offers solutions…
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Brexit: What Does It Really Mean?

The news has been full of talk of Brexit and the UK’s historic referendum decision to leave the European Union (EU). But how did this situation come about and what does it really mean? What is the EU? The EU came into being after the end of World War Two in a spirit of peace, reconciliation and cooperation. Originally it was primarily concerned with facilitating trade between the nations of Europe.
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Mexico: Our Top Four Hidden Gems

Despite the recent bad press around safety concerns, Mexico is still a great place to visit. It is well-known for its fantastic Aztec heritage, fabulous cuisine, world-class beaches and diverse landscapes. Indeed there’s much to keep the visitor busy whilst on holiday. But have you considered these hidden gems? Here we identify our top four hidden attractions that may not be on the average tourist’s itinerary.
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Where in the World Do I Start?

One of the most frequent questions I get when people are looking to change their lives, is: “Where do I start?” From getting in shape to flossing to getting productive to waking earlier to learning languages and much more … there are so many habits to change that people often become confused, overwhelmed, to the point where they don’t start.I know, because I’ve been there…
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Simplify

The tendency of life in our society is to become more complicated: Internet, television, shopping, work, family commitments, possessions, eating, debt … these things pile on top of each other endlessly. This is a rather bad formula, as our days have a limited capacity, and so do we as humans. We can only do so much, only handle so many tasks and possessions and social commitments, and filling ourselves to those limits means we stress our breaking points…
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