Look at it from the opposite perspective

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Is it clever storytelling or was it an accidental result of bad planning?

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What Makes a Character “Good” or “Evil”?


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“I don’t think I’m getting paid enough to do what I do.”


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Don’t solve it until you understand where the stress is coming from.

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Update your personal values accordingly.

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Don’t let your ego get in the way

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Forgive yourself but do not forget.

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The more you understand, the more qualified you are at solving the problem.

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RJ Reyes

An office employee who talks about how to stand out at work. Other times — on personal finance. Sometimes — on creating another source of income.

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