It seems that we as a society have forgotten some important values, and are generally becoming more immature as a result. There doesn’t seem to be a differentiation between manliness and egocentric chauvinist behavior in a lot of people’s minds, which is truly sad. You have people saying things like 30 is the new 20, and grown men acting like entitled spoiled children. The truth is that once you’ve stepped into your mid-20s you should have gained enough life experience to be able to behave like a mature adult. The thing is, few young people – and too few older … Continue reading THINGS MATURE MEN DON’T DO.


Small business success is easy but certainly not simple. Turn your passion into small business profits. Many business owners experience Small Business Success. Even though the world is experiencing economic difficulty, business growth is rampant. If you need help to achieve business success you have come to the right place. What is it that an individual can do to achieve lasting success in their small business? Here are a few ideas to improve your chances of gaining small business success using time tested secrets I personally use in my own business. 1. Research. You can either market the product you … Continue reading SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS SECRETS.


Emotional intelligence, or EQ, is simply the keen ability to perceive, control, and evaluate the emotions of yourself and those around you. Some experts believe that a person’s EQ outweighs their IQ in terms of their success and how they fare in social relationships. While it’s still debatable whether emotional intelligence can be learned or if it’s an inborn characteristic, people with high emotional awareness generally avoid the following actions and behaviors: 1. They don’t let their feelings go unchecked. According to psychologist and author Daniel Goleman, one of the pioneers of emotional intelligence, self-awareness is one of the five … Continue reading 12 THINGS EMOTIONALLY INTELLIGENT PEOPLE AVOID


RICH YET POOR BY: GIVEN MOYO We have taller buildings, but short tempers: wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints: we spend more, but have less: we buy more but enjoy it less. We have bigger houses and smaller families, more conveniences, but less time, we have more degrees, but less common sense: more knowledge, but less judgement: more experts, but more problems: more medicine, but less wellness. We have multiplied our possesions, but reduced our values. We talk too much; love too seldom and lie too often. We’ve learnt how to make a living but not a life: we’ve added years … Continue reading RICH YET POOR.