Tuesday, April 12, 2011



The only way you can get people to do anything is by giving them what they want. But what do an individual want? The famous philosopher and psychologist, Sigmund Freud, said that everything that an individual do springs from two motives: the sex urge and the desire to be great.

John Dewey, one of America’s profound philosophers, phrased it a bit differently. He said that the deepest urge in human nature is the desire to be important.

Men have wants, but what are those? What do they want? The things most people want are health and preservation of life, food, sleep, money and the things that money will buy, sexual gratification, a feeling of importance, the well-being of our children, and life in the hereafter.
In our interpersonal relations, we should never forget that all our associates are human beings and they hunger for appreciation. It is also what most people enjoy.

Whenever you go for work or step out for a camping trip or visit anyone you intend to meet, try to leave a friendly radiating impression all the time. You will be amazed how people will response to you in a very positive outcome. Make it to a point to praise people in front of other people each day. Pretty soon relationships will work out efficiently. Honest appreciations bring good results unlike criticisms and ridicules mostly bring negative atmosphere. Hurting people not only does damage them, it is never called for. Bitterness never promotes effective linkage. It will bring you to a dead-end road. It is not a pleasant road to take either.

If you plan to bring more people around you, there is one among many secrets that you can do to deal with people effectively and positively, and that is to give honest and sincere appreciation. This is a rock-solid and time tested advice which had been carried by hundreds and thousands of people up the ladder of success in their business o and their personal lives.

Monday, April 11, 2011


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Other than quotes, you will also receive some newsletters talking about your health. This insights are the team of health experts for you. They share about how to improve your health status and diets which will definitely help you in tip-top shape. More newsletters come in the form of business topics. Most are talking about how to engage with the stock market and how to stand firm with your emotions when facing financial troubles in the stock market. Another things is that you are given MP3 audio files which you may download on your Ipod or audio device. These are another gifts which will definitely inspire you 10 folds.

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Saturday, March 26, 2011


From the words of Ann Jauregui, Ph.D., “To experience an epiphany is to have sudden insight into the essential meaning of something, unleashed sometimes in exquisitely slow motion, sometimes in a flash.”

My first recollection of an epiphany was during my childhood days. I was sitting alone in a small quiet room in one afternoon when I for long try to see things in my mind. They came to me in series of questions - asking about our existence in this particular world. With those questions, I came to realize that I could not answer them directly nor could I pretend to know the answers back then. But deep inside of my very existence, there is a tiny part in me that knows all the answers. This tiny part of me illuminates the feeling of instantaneous fine and awe-inspiring grandness of joy. I know the answer to those questions but I could not describe the answers in words or in reactions.

I felt quieter that day but I elate more on the previous feeling, such a delighting moment and such a pleasure that how I wish to explore more. The seventh heaven did not last very long but I can still remember how it feels like. Whenever I remember the event I my brain waves reattach the live moment of that wonderful day but in a less eminence. Traces of the sensation can be recalled.

I did not know how to describe this feeling until a many years later that I discovered that this kind of feeling has a name, EPIPHANY.

There was another episode of epiphany that occurred in my college years. One morning I was walking along the sidewalk near my school when suddenly my feeling changed out of the blue. The timing came in with a snap of a finger but again the wonderful grandeur feeling faded for a minute or two. To how I recall, the sun above me gave me a sparkling touch on my skin and the cool breeze gave a pleasing relaxing aura. The combination of sun’s heat, the cool air and the moving feeling deep inside of me exhilarated the event. The feeling is very mutual, a very indescribable reaction to my whole body, and a thing that you cannot easily dismiss it by thought. It is something that you cannot easily forget.

People have experienced one or many epiphanies in their life. Some would talk about it and some would just think of it plainly but would only want to keep it to their selves. But there is one thing that I see in these phenomenons, I see life. The feeling of being alive is so enormous that even you yourself have not the capacity to express it in its exact measurement.

Friday, March 25, 2011


When you’re an infant your happiness comes in the form of food and by the warm cuddles of your mother.

When you’re a toddler your happiness comes in the form of solitary play. You wanted to build colorful blocks and play with your toys.When you’re a preschooler you find happiness in playing with other kids. You are easily excited in running and playing tag or be easily contented in snuggling your teddy bear or dolls.

When you’re a school-age you find happiness in industrial creations and you find the excitement in competency together with your friends.

When you’re an adolescent you start to feel some urge of independence. You start to ask more radical questions to yourself and to others. You begin to explore yourself to peers. Happiness becomes more delicate like it is attached to a thin string. This area of your life is where you commit common silly mistakes.

When you’re a young adult you find happiness in intimacy. Love sparks and your life seems to depend more on your other behalf. He or she seems to be your whole world. And your life becomes meaningless when you lose him or her.

When you’re in middle adulthood your happiness revolves around maintaining your relationship with all of the people around you. You have the urge to find ways to generate productivity and you tend to show concern more often for others.

When you’re in late adulthood you find happiness towards your life’s meaning and you tend to accept more physical challenges.

Life may be hard as they usually say and as we usually see it but bit by bit it becomes an easy task.

We bring in concerns and we deal with problems all throughout our life. We deal with our problems one at a time but it seems more and more problems are pouring in on every stage of our life. Shouldn’t someone, instead, go out and look for the source of these problems and plug it off or seal it well to stop the dripping for mankind’s sake? Believe me, if the was the case then problems would have been extinct long time ago. All you need to do is go – go out and reach for your real happiness because that is what everything on Earth is all about.

Sunday, March 6, 2011


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