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Nurse Reveals the Top 5 Regrets People Make On Their Deathbed

Posted on 5/22/2014 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

When patients were questioned about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the most common five!

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10 Steps to Achieving Work-Life Balance

Posted on 1/31/2014 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

When you run your own business, having a personal life tends to get placed on the back burner, and not just when you’re first starting out. Cultivating a balance between running your business and living your life is essential to the health of your company. Without time to relax and socialize, you may miss opportunities for the kind of creative growth that leads to truly successful business ideas. Here are 10 ways to achieve and maintain the work-life balance you’ve been longing for.

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10 Simple And Powerful Body Language Tips For 2014

Posted on 1/2/2014 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

Here are 10 simple and powerful body language tips for 2014!

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20 Lessons We Can Learn From 20-Year-Olds

Posted on 12/18/2013 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

It’s become enormously popular to publicly lecture 20-somethings. I’m not a 20-something, but my regular interaction with the Millennial generation as a college instructor leads me to conclude that we may have more to learn from 20-somethings than we have to teach them. Here are 20 lessons in LIFE, WORK and MONEY inspired by the Millennial generation.

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What Kind of Entrepreneur Are You?

Posted on 11/20/2013 by EDTP Coordinator in Managing Your Business Personal Development

Are you a builder, opportunist, specialist or innovator? This article breaks down these four types of entrepreneurial DNA.

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When To Go With Your Gut

Posted on 11/15/2013 by EDTP Coordinator in Managing Your Business Personal Development

As a general rule, gut instinct is nothing to be ashamed of. Quite the opposite. It’s really just pattern recognition, isn’t it? You’ve seen something so many times over your life or career that you just get what’s going on without a lot of deep thinking. Gut instinct is a deep, even subconscious, familiarity — the voice inside you that tells you “Go for it now” or “No way — not ever.” We would wager, however, that the most common gut call falls in between the two. We’re talking about the “uh-oh” response in which your stomach informs you that something is not right.


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The Habits of the World's Smartest People (Infographic)

Posted on 10/24/2013 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

There is no one picture of intelligence, but many people with high IQs do tend to share some of the same habits -- both good and bad. For example, according to research complied by Online-PHD-Programs.org, while those with high IQs tend to set goals and read avidly, they are also more likely to drink more heavily and suffer from anxiety.

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5 Negotiation Tips From Steve Jobs

Posted on 9/19/2013 by EDTP Coordinator in Personal Development

An old e-mail exchange between Steve Jobs and James Murdoch illustrates how savvy negotiation works.

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How to Train Your Brain to Stay Positive

Posted on 2/7/2013 by Ray Lamboy in Personal Development

As an entrepreneur, conquering challenge and failure is essential to the success of your business. You can learn to cultivate that resilience by training your brain to stay positive when times are tough.

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