Being Yourself

by Belle Goiris Arts and Entertainment, Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Self Improvement, Writing and Speaking
Click here to receive the same opportunity as I did for achieving success online! It can be so tiring living in a busy world that is so full of pointless noise and 'must-dos,' that it can be all too easy to give up on our dreams and lose sight of who we really are. I know I use to really feel society's pressures regarding who I should be, what I should look like, and what I should do with my life.  But do ...
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WHY DON'T YOU JUST DO IT!

by Kar-d Chan Arts and Entertainment, Internet and Businesses Online, Self Improvement, Communications, Writing and Speaking
WHY DON'T YOU JUST DO IT! So many times you can hear people preach about how easy you can make yourself a positive person. Truth is, it takes hard work to learn a positive aspect of life. I don't care what anyone says to motivate you to be positive. How can you just go through the motions and take others advice? Then, transform into a positive human being. No, I don't believe in it. I don't believe in that. The first thing ...
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Are you looking for an inspirational film to watch this weekend ? Check this true story.

by Aleksandra Middleton Arts and Entertainment, Self Improvement, Communications
This film made me to realise to stop moaning and appreciate my life even more. Inspired me to push myself from the comfort zone. If you are looking for an inspirational film, my warm recommendation would be: CHARGED :  The Eduardo Garcia Story , directed by Philip Baribeau Trailer on YT : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KTfuldZB8k Life writes the most inspiring and the most cruel scenarios. This is one of them. Eduardo, chef and outdoor spirit, while hiking in his beloved Montana was shocked with 2400 ...
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Have Fun, things to do to have more fun and improve your life

by Ani Zoulalian Arts and Entertainment, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement
Have fun What does it mean to have fun? Why is it important to have fun? How can you have more fun in your life to reduce stress and improve the quality of your life? Enjoying yourself doesn’t necessarily mean carving a big block of time from your day or your week, or spend big buck on a pricy spree. You can have a lot of fun doing simple things that you love, things that allow you to be totally disconnected from ...
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Earn Money From Your Passion

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Gaming, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, News and Society, Recreation and Sports, Book Reviews, Communications, Home and Family
Everyone of us was born with intrinsic gifts, talents and abilities, however many have not been able to fully use and benefit from those gifts and talents. There are many people who are very gifted in writing, in music, art, creative designs, life coaching and mentoring etc. Despite those apparent gifts, not many people have been able to bridge the gap between using their gifts and also benefiting from those. I remember at one time when we were young, my ...
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WELCOME TO ELYSIUM'S PASSAGE

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside awakens - Carl Jung  Introduction It was almost five years ago while journaling some ideas one evening that I noticed a novel beginning to emerge on the screen of my mind, and then onto the screen of my computer. At the time, I was simply illustrating an idea that came to me, but then the idea turned into an allegory, and then the allegory turned into someone's dream. It was ALIVE!  Prior to that, I had no thought or ...
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HOW OLD ARE YOU -- REALLY?

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Relationships, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
. The Soul passes from form to form; and the mansions of her pilgrimage are manifold.Thou art old, O Soul of Man; yea, thou art from everlasting.                                                               Book of Hermes Every soul… comes into this world strengthened by the victories or weakened by the defeats of its previous life.          ...
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Like good wine...

by Adonis Richards Arts and Entertainment
Sometimes while dreaming we encounter moments that give insight to our daily lives. Like the ocean connects all it encompasses, space is what holds us together in relation to the Universe. We get to choose along the way and if you pay attention, progress is seen in the fruits that we bear. There is continuity in rediscovering who we are, how could it be any other way? Like good wine, we get better as we grow older.   Adonis Richards 
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Embrace The Beauty of Life

by Roch Elias Arts and Entertainment, Business, Computers and Technology, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Travel and Leisure, Finance, Health and Fitness, Home Improvement, Investing, Recreation and Sports, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Communications, Food and Drink, Home and Family, Kids and Teens, Reference and Education, Shopping and Product Reviews, Writing and Speaking
If you can read this Blog, if your eyes can see this message, then You Are Alive. You know what, as long as you are still breathing You can still make it, you can Win. You are destined for greatness! Let me tell you something I have learnt over the past 30 years of living: No one is more destined for that great life but You. Yes, I mean You. I learnt that all greatness is in each and everyone of us. ...
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Life is a gift

by Adonis Richards Arts and Entertainment, Self Improvement, Writing and Speaking
Every day I awake after sleeping for an amount of hours. Sometimes on a stretch and other times my sleep was interrupted, just to dose back off again. Just like many other things in life, no one taught us how to sleep. It's just something we do naturally like breathing and crying. Sometimes sadness makes us cry, but so can joyfulness. In my early teens I used to have these visions of me playing music in a band on stage. My friends ...
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Your Writing Can Be Featured on Writers' Website - Join Us!

by Debra Sherman Arts and Entertainment, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
Having your writing featured online not only provides a forum where readers can actually read and enjoy your work, but it's also a great way to market yourself as a writer. On my website, LewistonWritersGroup.com, we feature writers on what's called an "Author Page."  This is a page that highlights you as a writer, with your picture, your bio, any books you've published, your poetry, short stories, a link to your blog (we'll create one for you if you don't have ...
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Introducing ENTERFIRE and 'Slave of Time'

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Kids and Teens
ENTERFIRE was created by NIKI B (Nicholas Nikoloudis) in 2017. It is a project which talks mostly about the time that is passing without mercy and the world which is changing continuously. The songs crafted meticulously combined with powerful lyrics have resulted in melodic metal with trash influence. The vocals can change from clean to brutal, scream and distorted depending on the feel of the song. The videoclip for the band’s new single ‘Slave of time’ was shot at the ancient theatre of Thassos island in Greece. Many thanks to Thomas Doukinitsas who directed and shot the music video. The leader of the band, ...
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Figure (Sh)it Out

by Dermot Mc Donough Arts and Entertainment, Computers and Technology, Gaming, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Home Improvement, Investing, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Reference and Education, Shopping and Product Reviews
Hi its Dermot here. My son got a Lego toy the other day and being only 7 he wasn't able to build it. Along came Dad, no problem I'll do it, I loved Lego when I was a child. Little did I know, things have changed in the last 35 years. It wasn't the Lego that baffled me, as the pieces haven't changed much since I was a kid, it was the instructions. I was totally confused!! My 7 year ...
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Introducing Singer Songwriter – Karly Moreno

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
As I sit here in my office on a cold and damp March evening in London, what a joy it is to introduce you to the living embodiment of sunshine, the radiant Karly Moreno. Karly hails from Orange County California and is living proof that music can transport you to a different place and time. Karly’s music is a fascinating blend of the new and the 60’s summer of love and is guaranteed to bring the sunshine into your day. Check out Karly’s ...
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Introducing a Prodigious Young Talent – Singer Songwriter, Kacey Hacquoil

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Many young girls dream of becoming singers and pop stars. They emulate their idols, singing along into the hairbrush handle with the mirror as an appreciative audience. I speak as a brother to two sisters and a father of two daughters! However, very few young women have the courage and talent to go out, stand up and perform  in front of a real live audience. Kacey Hacquoil is one of those rare young women who not only writes her own songs but possess the ...
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The Despair of Compare

by Dermot Mc Donough Arts and Entertainment, Business, Home Based Business, Internet and Businesses Online, Relationships, Health and Fitness, Self Improvement, Communications, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
Hi Its Dermot here, and I had a huge inferiority complex "week" lately. It got to the stage where I was doubting my own capabilities, motivation, inteligence, experience & even luck.  Kim Schneiderman writes in Psychology Today: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-novel-perspective/201310/compare-and-despair Being new to online marketing, I do realise that I have a HUGE amount to learn, and that it will take a lot of time. The internet is vast and is forever evolving, so it takes a full time effort to keep up. Some days ...
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The Fear of Doing Things for the First Time

by Annie Mochrie Arts and Entertainment, Internet and Businesses Online, Self Improvement, Communications, Writing and Speaking
First time anything can definitely have an element of fear attached to it. But why is that? Fear is a strange thing isn't it. Some people have the opinion that it is a good thing it keeps you safe, and we all want to be safe,  none of us want to be in danger. Others have the notion that having fear is no good, that nothing good can come from fear. Well, I get it.... I get both sides. This is ...
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Introducing Singer Songwriter – ANNA

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, Self Improvement, Home and Family, Kids and Teens
With the sad demise of NME Magazine, Freedom for Musicians are ready to take up the slack. Let FFM showcase your new music. Anna Madara Pērkone (23) is a dreamy, electronic music producer and singer from Amsterdam. All of her songs are completely self produced and mixed in a little recording room located in the middle of the city. While growing up on a coast in Latvia, Madara started a classical piano education at the age of 7. In 2017, she and ...
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The Phenomenal Alexander Hrustevich – A True Virtuoso

by Roger Moisan Arts and Entertainment, News and Society, Self Improvement, Kids and Teens
Alexander Hrustevich – Accordion Virtuoso…a virtuoso was, originally, a highly accomplished musician, but by the nineteenth century the term had become restricted to performers, both vocal and instrumental, whose technical accomplishments were so pronounced as to dazzle the public. In recent years, the term virtuoso has been overused and downgraded to include any artist who has command over their instrument. The word ‘proficient’ should suffice when describing most accomplished performers however, once in a while, a musician will come along who goes way ...
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THE RUSH IS ON

by Neil Meyers Arts and Entertainment, Self Improvement, Book Reviews, Writing and Speaking
. After five long years, the first of the Elysium's Passage series, The Summit, is about to be released. And yes, I promise -- this time for sure! . Last June it was about ready for publication. But after I received a one-off copy for final review and approval, I knew it still required more work. And so I went back to editingThe Summit for another eight months of very hard work, day and night, every day. Finally, when I felt I had finally done ...
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