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Monday, February 19, 2018

Stopping Bad Habits That Keep You From Becoming A Millionaire



Everyone wants riches. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire and successful.
It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.
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Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
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Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop using to-do lists
Plug all of your tasks into your calendar. To greatly enhance your efficiency, have your work integrated into a time table. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar and stick to it.
 At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Visualize success and success will come
Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop prioritizing meetings 
"Never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check," Mark Cuban said.
Meetings are time killers yet no guaranteed outcome.
Do not engage yourself in long  useless meetings.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

Stop thinking everything is about you
You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.
Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop being a perfectionist
Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run.
Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop complaining
It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.
Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop wasting time with negative people
Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. Negative influences can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop making excuses
If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just sugar-coated excuses.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

Stop checking social media while you're working
Well, not unless you use social media to earn like selling stuffs online etc.
Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major waste of time and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking social media apps on your breaks, read more informative articles so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.
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Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop comparing yourself to anyone

There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start falling.
Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop underachieving, start overachieving

I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

Stop multitasking and focus
Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.

Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com
Stop carrying all the weight on your back
Learning to delegate is the key. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.

Everyone wants to be rich. To attain it some people do multitasking, making a to-do list, striving to perfection, etc. But they miss the most important things just by setting wrong motivations. If you fill yourself with everything positive, nothing will be impossible and that includes being a millionaire.  It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.  Advertisement      Sponsored Links          Stop using to-do lists Start plugging all of your tasks into your calendar. Having your work integrated into a time table will greatly enhance your efficiency. Spend the necessary time planning out your calendar, and then live by it.  Live and abide by these rules and you will see change in a matter of weeks. At the end of each day sit and reflect on what you did right and what you can do better tomorrow. Most importantly visualize success; and success will come   Stop prioritizing meetings  Mark Cuban once said, "never take a meeting unless someone is writing you a check." Meetings start late, run too long and seldom are very productive. Meetings are time killers. It is always better to make targeted contact with the necessary people throughout the day.  I always request a detailed agenda when I'm asked to join a meeting. If there's no clear value for me to gain or for me to give I won't waste anyones time. Remember, it's always okay to say "No."  Stop thinking everything is about you Your upset boss isn't looking to fire you. The Lyft driver isn't giggling at your tie. They have their own problems, and that's what they are thinking about. Not you!  You'll be a lot happier when you stop assuming it is all about you.   Stop being a perfectionist Be a realist. Don't spend those extra five hours meticulously creating fonts and color schemes for a presentation that only you will notice. This goes into time management. Be efficient and effective. Don't procrastinate by obsessing over little details that don't matter in the long run (or maybe even in the short run).   No more complaining It's simple. If you think positive and talk positive, positive things will come to you. Keep the glass half full. Levels of optimism and pessimism correlate directly with overall health. Keep those smiles up and frowns down.   Stop wasting time with negative people Don't cause a scene or ruin a friendship. Just limit your availability for those toxic people in your life. Sure, see them once in awhile. But, a negative influence can cause you to lose focus on what is really important.     No more excuses If you want something, go out there and get it. Don't create excuses, don't even create reasons. Reasons are just excuses with makeup on.  Before I started working for Due, I worked with a small team on a crowdfunding startup. We had little experience, so we constantly came up with excuses and convinced ourselves of our limitations. A couple hundred thousand dollars gone and a year later, we realized we created so many reasons why we couldn't that it became a reality. Don't become a victim. Victims never succeed.  Stop checking social media while you're working Social media platforms create a maze of links and posts that are designed to keep you hooked. It is a major time drain, and one that does not contribute to success. Instead of checking Instagram and Facebook  on your breaks, read the New York Times or TechCrunch so you can bring something truly meaningful to your next conversation.     Don't compare yourself to anyone  This will never end well. There will always be someone out there who is smarter, wealthier, more successful and better looking than you. Thinking like this is a distraction, focus on you and you alone. Most importantly, focus on winning your short-term goals and the dominoes of success will start to fall.   Stop underachieving, start overachieving Everything in life worth doing is worth overdoing. When pursuing your goals don't stop when you have achieved the bare minimum. Keep going until you have blown those goals out of the water, and then keep working some more. When you have this work ethic, the only thing that can stop you is you.  I always set very attainable goals for myself. I also never fall short of the mark. It's great to be ambitious, but if you're constantly coming up short it can be demoralizing and kill your motivation.     Stop multitasking and focus Studies have shown that 98% of humans cannot successfully multitask. Usually those who believe that they can multitask are actually the worst at it. Stanford scientists write that multi taskers have trouble filtering out irrelevant information, organizing their thoughts, and shifting from one task to another.  Next time you're trying to be productive, try shutting down every tab on your computer except for the ones that relate to the task at hand. Turn off your notifications and use 100 percent of your focus on that task. You will see a tremendous boost in your productivity.   Don't carry all the weight on your back Sure you are in charge. But, that doesn't mean that you need to take on every challenge and micromanage your staff. Learn to delegate. The question you should be asking yourself is not, "how can I get this done," it should be, "how can this get down in the most efficient manner possible." Usually good enough is all you need.     Read More:  Could Having A Sibling In Canada Help You With Your Plan To Immigrate?   Kuwaiti Citizen's Message To President Duterte And OFWs In Kuwait   What Is Assumption Of Mortgage And How To Avail From SSS    Things You Need to Know About Senior Citizen's Benefits   Body Of Household Worker Found Inside A Freezer In Kuwait; Confirmed Filipina    Senate Approves Bill For Free OFW Handbook    Overseas Filipinos In Qatar Losing Jobs Amid Diplomatic Crisis—DOLE How To Get Philippine International Driving Permit (PIDP)    DFA To Temporarily Suspend One-Day Processing For Authentication Of Documents (Red Ribbon)    SSS Monthly Pension Calculator Based On Monthly Donation    What You Need to Know For A Successful Housing Loan Application    What is Certificate of Good Conduct Which is Required By Employers In the UAE and HOW To Get It?      OWWA Programs And Benefits, Other Concerns Explained By DA Arnel Ignacio And Admin Hans Cacdac   SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

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