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Self Improvement and Motivation for Success By Anthony Ekanem
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We all have formed our own definitions of happiness right from childhood. A lot of these perceptions are because of conditioned development, that is, they are a part of our habits due to repetitive... More > inculcation by parents, teachers and the society in general. That is why none of us has actually pondered about what exactly makes us feel happy! This feeling has been left to our sub-conscience and we simply feel the happiness according to the situation we are in. A lot of small things can give happiness to us. For instance, just the thought of shopping or spending money tends to excite us and makes us feel happy. Opportunities and new ideas also have a similar effect on us. This excited state makes us imagine things related to these incidents. For example, the perspective of going on vacation while getting an office bonus would not only make us excited, but also make us plan and imagine the holiday. This book is all about ‘you’ and how you can change dimensions in order to look ahead to a better future.< Less
You Can Make It Happen: How to Stop Making Excuses and Achieve Your Goals By Anthony Ekanem
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How many incomplete goals do you currently have on your agenda? If you’re anything like the vast majority of us, chances are that you have hundreds of projects that you started and never... More > completed, countless goals that you told your friends but never saw through and all kinds of dreams that seem to be getting less and less likely to come to fruition. And it is for this reason that you may find people roll their eyes when you tell them your ‘next big project’. When you start a new training programme to lose weight, and everyone – including you – knows that you’re likely to have lost interest by month two. Or when you talk about the application you intend to make, the website, or the business project. Or when you talk about that dream trip to another country. This is the way of things for many of us. We work incredibly hard at things we don’t feel passionate about just to put food on the table but when it comes to fulfilling our dreams, we are remarkably ineffective.< Less
Interpersonal Skills In the Workplace: How to Work Well With Others By Anthony Ekanem
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Probably more people than you know spend the majority of their life and time working with others in an employment-related situation. And these people don’t get to pick who their co-workers are.... More > Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to get along with others. This can lead to all kinds of difficult situations, making it almost impossible to get through the day successfully. Working well with others is crucial in any situation. It is even more important in a workplace environment. Why? It boils down to things like efficiency, productivity and employee morale... just to name a few. The size of the company or business you work for really doesn’t matter. The rules are basically the same if you work with one other person or 1,000. Each individual deserves the same level of consideration. During your job search, have you ever noticed the phrase “must work well with others” in the job description or on the application? If so, there’s a very good reason for this.< Less
How to Accomplish More In Less Time By Anthony Ekanem
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The pace and intensity of our lives, both at work and at home, leave several of us feeling like a person riding a frantically galloping horse. Our day-to-day incessant busyness, too much to do and... More > not enough time; the pressure to produce and check off items on our to-do list by each day’s end, seems to decide the direction and quality of our existence for us. However, if we approach our days in another way, we can consciously change this out-of-control pattern. It only requires the courage to do less. This may sound simple, but doing less can actually be very difficult. Too often, we mistakenly believe that doing less makes us lazy and results in a lack of productivity. Rather than, doing less helps us enjoy what we do achieve. We learn to do less of what is extraneous, and engage in fewer self-defeating behaviors, so we create a rich life that we truly feel great about.< Less

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