WOW! How I wish someone told me this years ago. Asking for help is the hardest and most fulfilling way to connect to others. You will notice when you reach out to people, how happy they are to help you. Once you set aside your ego or your pride and just ask from a place of genuine “I don’t know what to do here, can you help me with this”, watch how others will show up for you.
Ah, the foreign exchange market. It’s so important to keep up with it, even if some of us really don’t care to. I’ll explain why ; we live in this society that has marked different currencies based on where you are in a location. Your dollar in Canada for example, is worth more or less in another country. Why should you care, ladies? Because you are trading money for time every day. Wouldn’t it be a worthwhile investment to save time?
People are more consumed with the person looking back at them than they are with others around them. Here’s what I want you to do here. Next time you go outside and you’re in a crowd; it can be walking through a park, in line at the grocery store, or at the check in line at the airport, I want you to actively look around and observe your environment. Notice that family on the corner, take a look at the sibling and parent dynamic. Be familiar with your surroundings at all times.
How important it is to learn how to sell. I wish I knew this as a child. Negotiating, getting rejected, all such important skill sets to develop and hone in life ; all of which begins with exchanging a service or product for money. No matter what you’re doing - this is a must to succeed in professional or personal endeavours. It is a life skill that will always ensure that no matter where you are, or what you’re doing, you will know how to survive. People have this misconstrued perception that selling is bad.
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