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I like taking the time once in a while to tie different trends together, it just helps me focus on what's really happening now and helps me understand where things might be going.
Editor’s note : This is a guest post submitted by Mahendra Palsule , who has worked as an Editor at Techmeme since 2009. Apart from curating tech news, he likes analyzing trends in startups and the social web.
This guest article from YourTango was written by Amy Spencer . My friend Kate was driving with her dad when he showed her what it really means to look on the bright side. It happened the day they got a flat tire and his face lit up.
We all have to deal with difficult people from time to time, and while it's easy to assume that the problem is with them , focusing on that won't make it any easier to work with them. Instead, try focusing on the things about them that trigger you—ask yourself why you get so offended or upset when you're around them. That focus will help you defuse an otherwise unpleasant situation.
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The more I’ve learned about happiness, the more I’ve come to believe that loneliness is a common and important obstacle to consider.
To the highly sensitive persons of the world and their friends: A hearty congratulations. In a sense, we made the cover of Time . No, we are not necessarily shy and not always introverted , but the book which prompted the article, Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking, is actually more about HSPs than social introverts, so we're getting there.
We've all met a person who is always right , and we know how annoying they can be because they're often wrong. There's little that's more annoying than arguing with somebody who is clearly mistaken but won't admit it. The problem is, sometimes we're the ones in the wrong and we don't realize it.
Living with others in mind is healthy, noble, and useful except when insecurity drives you. Insecure leaders:
By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf
When you complete a list of action steps, your instinct might be to throw the list away. After all, the work is completed! However, some creative professional teams take a different approach; they relish their progress.
Many a times we come across people who are hard to forget. Well, not always because they are helpful or bequeath us with some wonderful experiences, but sometimes because they give us unforgettable awful experiences with their utterly bad behavior and selfish characteristics.
[Editor's note: This article is from 2007.
Brian Carter is author of The Like Economy: How Businesses Make Money With Facebook and co-author of Facebook Marketing: Leveraging Facebook's Features For Your Marketing Campaigns .