Fundamental principles of the Theravada doctrine The teaching founded by the Buddha is known, in English, as Buddhism. It may be asked, who is the Buddha? A Buddha is one who has attained Bodhi; and by
As elders are always telling younger people, experience is the best teacher. But if you can take in a life lesson without putting yourself through difficulty--if you can benefit from someone else's experience
Despite turbulence and other conditions keeping airplanes off course 90 percent of flight time, most flights arrive in the correct destination at the intended time. The reason for this phenomenon is quite
We might not realize it, but our self-esteem and self-confidence are under assault every single day. I recently conducted research that revealed a shocking 93 percent of employees have experienced some
If you need help as a developer, there's a great online community to ask and a hosting site to learn the secrets of others' code. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Great developers
As we all know, being a leader is not easy. Managers and leaders alike have to coordinate multiple facets of an organization, seamlessly keeping it on its feet no matter what obstacles you might encounter.
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Attracting anything you want requires clarity, openness and trust. Sitting on the couch waiting for a million dollars to fall in your lap? That probably won't work. Want to make your dream a reality? absolutely.
Since the 1960s, Asian Americans have become the country’s “model minority,” largely due to significant increases in mobility that have mostly (though perhaps inaccurately) been attributed to education.
Organizations far and wide have for years attempted to crack the code on what makes for a healthy and profitable work culture. Well, let me save you time and money and simply break it to you here: It trust.
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