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“You don’t build it for yourself. You knowwhat the people want and you build it forthem.”—Walt Disney

How To Break Your Own Heart In 10 Easy Steps

2 hours agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Decide to tell him how you feel instead of keeping it a secret like you have been all along. Assume he feels the same. Allow yourself to hope.

23 Ways To Call A Truce With Your Body

4 hours agoOdd : Thought Catalog

Give it a shot, remember that you can always go back to hating yourself if it doesn't work out.

What Happens When You Date An Intellectual

5 hours agoOdd : Thought Catalog

You want to prove yourself to him so you read his favorite authors. It’s not your style but you trudge on, you try so hard to be smart for him. To him you are an infant who knows nothing.

Want influence? Make yourself useful.

“Influence” is hot shit these days. Linkedin has been making a big deal about it; and it seems to be working, according to Dharmesh Shaw, a Linkedin Influencer: First of all, there’s the sheer power and reach of the platform. When I write on my personal blog (which is reasonably popular) an article will get […]

Here's What Windows 10 Looks and Feels Like

The Windows 10 technical preview is out with a peek of some new upcoming features. If you don't feel like installing it yourself, this video walkthrough should give you a brief idea of what it looks and feels like. Read more...

Breakup Season: A Gallery Of Weirdos Crying Over Their Exes On Social Media

Ridiculous Gallery Of Heartbroken People Who Cried On The Internet Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to share EVERYTHING on social media. It’s perfectly OK to keep some things to yourself which seems impossible for some folks to

Working with a Sign Language Interpreter: The Dos and Don'ts

If you don't regularly work with sign language interpreters, you might not know that there are certain rules and expectations. To get the most out of having an ASL interpreter present, it's a good idea to educate yourself about whatShow More Summary

What It Feels Like To Break Up With Someone You Thought Was “The One”

10 hours agoOdd : Thought Catalog

At first, you will try to rekindle the dying embers, piece the relationship back together, and save it from going completely downhill. You will convince yourself that what you have with them is worth fighting and staying for.

GIVEAWAY: Adult Deluxe Stormtrooper Costume From

There are many, many possibilities with a Stormtrooper costume (Blaster not included). You could wear it plain. Switching out the helmet is an option. Add a pauldron and cover yourself in dirt t...

The First Practical Invisibility Cloak Is Here

And you can make one yourself. At long last, a practical invisibility cloak is here. But the Rochester Cloak is not some futuristic, sci-fi belt, or a wizard's cape: it's just a clever configuration of standard lenses that bend light around an object, hiding that object in plain sight. Show More Summary

One Proven Piece of Advice to Improve All Your Investing Decisions (The Buffett Series)

“Everything popular is wrong.”  — Oscar Wilde, Irish Playwright and Poet “When you find yourself on the side of the majority, it’s time to pause and reflect.” – Mark Twain Back when you were a young teenager, going against the popular trends was probably not fun. Show More Summary

The Best Places To Work In Fashion

11 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Maybe you just graduated from college (congrats!) or perhaps you’ve been working at a job that’s just not doing it for you anymore. Either way, you're looking to immerse yourself in the thing you love most--fashion--at a company that is so wonderful you skip all the way to work in the morning. Show More Summary

24 Things That You're Only Proud Of In College

College is a time to explore yourself and the world around you. It's about figuring out what you and life are all about. But let's be honest, our standards during college were relatively low. So many of the things that happened backShow More Summary

Why you probably don't have Ebola -- even if you shook hands with America's 'patient zero'

After a hectic trip from Liberia's capital of Monrovia to the airport, you finally make it onto your U.S.-bound plane and take your seat. The man next to you appears healthy and friendly. You introduce yourself, shake hands, and have an uneventful journey of small talk as you head back to Dallas, Texas. Show More Summary

What’s Your Purpose? Look to Your Core Challenge

Understanding and applying one's purpose to work is not as hard as it seems -- it really boils down to asking yourself one question

Stay-Slim Celebrity Secrets

By Cindy Pearlman for Every once in awhile, I like to ask a big group of stars: How the heck do you stay so skinny. Here are their answers: Jennifer Garner "Lie to yourself. Get on that darn treadmill telling yourself it will just be for 10 minutes. Show More Summary

Feeling Discouraged About Your Finances? You Need to Remind Yourself of This…

Earlier this summer, I fell in love with a foreclosure in my area. It seemed like the perfect investment property; it was in a good area, had good bones, and just needed some basic cosmetic work — like replacing the carpet, stripping the wallpaper, and painting. Show More Summary

Best of Email - Greatest Pitch EVER!

Trying to advance yourself in your career is really tough. Usually, if you want things to go your way, either you have to work really hard at it or pray that you know someone who might be willing to assist on your behalf. Well, if the email that Dhruv received is any indication, you can forget about all that stuff. Show More Summary

Sell Me Yourself: The Secret To A Successful Personal Brand

What's the secret to a successful personal brand? These days, it's understanding how to sell yourself, your skills, and your potential. Here's how. The post Sell Me Yourself: The Secret To A Successful Personal Brand appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

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