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How to Apply Process-Oriented Principles in Real Life (Digest)

Note: This is a digest version of a longer essay on goal-setting, the final installment in a 4-part series.  And here’s the previous installment in this series. — In reality, we can’t live on process-oriented goals alone. We set little … Continue reading

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How to Apply Process-Oriented Principles in Real Life

In this final installment of the 4-part series on process-oriented goal-setting, I’m going to discuss how to make peace with the result-oriented world by applying process-oriented principles where it counts.  Along the way, we’ll clear up some misunderstandings and pitfalls, … Continue reading

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Low Self-Esteem Is the Root of All Problems (Digest)

Note: this is the digest version of the extended essay analyzing how self-esteem is the root cause of all personal problems. All your personal struggles boil down to the single cause: a faulty self-esteem. The lower the esteem, the more … Continue reading

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Low Self-Esteem Is the Root of All Problems

In this extended essay on self-esteem, you will get a comprehensive picture of what it is, how it gets compromised, and how you can restore it. Low self-esteem is the underlying cause for all problems in your life — understanding … Continue reading

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