Broadly speaking, there are two types of people in the world. One type is known as leaders and the other one as followers.

In this article, I am not going to explain how to give the best possible answer in your upcoming job interview. I will demonstrate my thoughts and part of Napoleon Hill’s observations from his book Think and Grow Rich”. I hope that will help you decide at the outset whether you intend to become a leader in your chosen path, persist a follower, or if you prefer to look for whichever suits you better.

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In their early…

The world is in such disturbance — covid-19 pandemic, global economic crisis, wars and terrorism, starvation, global warming. Our hearts hurt for those issues. How do we find joy in the midst of such significant world problems?

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As it was discussed among the foremost spiritual leader of the Gelug, Dalai Lama, and the Nobel Peace Prize (1984) winner, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, in “The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World”:

You are the elder, you show your humanity by how you see yourself not as apart from others, but from your connection to others.

Yes, we do have…

This review will present the main ideas from Frank Figliuzzi’s practical and enlightening book “The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau’s Code of Excellence”. Figliuzzi’s story claims that the world can benefit not from particular FBI skills but from its efficiency and accountability policies.

This book’s thrust is how the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) operates on conduct codes. However, these qualities are not unique to the FBI. They can be used within any organization, college, school, or team, even within family members, and are essential to creating a value-driven environment.

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Let’s admit it… Nowadays, everyone has stuff that they do not need. I often got myself saying, “Oh, this was my favorite T-Shirt”, and this is the moment I realize that I haven’t worn it for two years.⁠

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We tend to create bonds with items we used broadly in the past, but we do not realize that we no longer need them. Sometimes, it is better to throw away things you no longer need than to create a pile of unused stuff in the closet or the garage. In every neighborhood, there is an area where you can leave your…

Mirmigkos Konstantinos

My two passions are technology and business strategy. My purpose is to automate procedures and update workflows. My motto is “Work Smart, Not Hard”.

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