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Sellers slash big amounts off listed prices across Sydney’s south and inner west

Sellers have come under pressure to cut their listed prices, especially in areas with a high concentration of newly built homes.<p>HOMEBUYERS have been …

Real Estate

Don't hire the most qualified, hire the craziest.

Good qualifications are OK, don't get me wrong. They're fine. They fit the bill. And that's <i>exactly</i> my point. Most of the time (if not all the time), …

Common Career Traps of Top Performers

In every organization, we can spot those individuals with stellar performance who seem to be rocketing to the top, untouched by the usual obstacles …

How Empathy Powers Team Success

There are a number of values that contribute to optimal team performance and Team Intelligence, but none quite as powerful as empathy. Here’s why …

Perpres No. 76/2017: Pemerintah Berikan KMILN Kepada Masyarakat Indonesia di Luar Negeri

<b>200177 Views</b> Kategori: Berita<p>Dengan pertimbangan untuk memberdayakan dan meningkatkan peran masyarakat Indonesia di luar negeri, pemerintah memandang …

13 Life Rules to Keep You Motivated

We all have rules we live by. Some of them are inherent, such as smiling when walking past a stranger or shaking someone’s hand when introducing …

11 Differences Between Busy People And Productive People

I spent a day with the world’s number one ultraman Kilian Jornet back in 2010. He told me about the difference between his life in the mountains and …

7 ways mentally strong people handle stress

In fact, they view adversity as an opportunity for self-growth.<p>Whether they're dealing with financial setbacks, health problems, or workplace difficulties, mentally strong people don't let stress drag them down.<p>Here are seven ways mentally strong people handle stress effectively:<p>While some people …

Self-help

How perfectionism is holding you hostage

Everyday we have new ideas wandering through our mind. Some of them really creative ones. But, rarely do we attempt to make those ideas a reality. …

More handling capacity for DP World Sydney terminal

Date: 20.05.2016<p><b>The 17,100 sqm space increases the terminal’s empty-only stacking capacity to 4,350 TEU</b><p>DP World Australia’s Sydney terminal has …

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How to Stop Being Lazy: 7 Tips

Don't focus on motivation (or your lack thereof). Instead, use these simple behavior modifications.<p>When you're sitting around feeling bad for something you've failed to do, it's easy to think of laziness as a character trait, an inherent weakness that you need to struggle with and feel bad …

6 Ways a Typical ‘Night Owl’ can become a ‘Morning Person’

You're reading 6 Ways a Typical ‘Night Owl’ can become a ‘Morning Person’, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If …

Time Management

DIY Upper and Lower Cabinet Lighting

Well hello! It's been awhile since I've done a proper tutorial, yes? It's about time! I finally finished up one of the last items on my list for the …

When an Argument Gets Too Heated, Here’s What to Say

I recently stood in front of an executive team, allowing their unproductive to-ing and fro-ing to continue a little longer. It was a gold mine of examples I could use to teach them how <i>not</i> to have conflict. Within 10 minutes, they’d managed to take a routine issue and turn it into an all-out row, …

This cognitive bias explains why we constantly misunderstand other people

For example: Your coworker turns in a project late, and you assume he's a slacker. The next week, you turn in a project late, and you tell yourself it's because you were preoccupied with relationship issues.<p>Psychologists call this phenomenon the "fundamental attribution error" or the …

Psychology

Why Saying Is Believing — The Science Of Self-Talk

From the self-affirmations of Stuart Smalley on <i>Saturday Night Live</i> to countless videos on YouTube, saying nice things to your reflection in the mirror is a self-help trope that's been around for decades, and seems most often aimed at women. The practice, we're told, can help us like ourselves and …