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10 Important Career Lessons Most People Learn Too Late In Life

Keep your head down and your nose to the grindstone. That’s what a lot of us were taught to believe about work. But is it really the best strategy?

I find that people often take this sort of advice to heart — and then learn too late in their careers that there’s more to life (and success) than just keeping busy.

I’ve gathered up my top 10 lessons you should take to heart now, before it’s too late!

1. Life is short. Here’s the thing: Life is too short to put up with a job you hate, a boss who demeans you, or a company with no soul. Many people convince themselves that they can put up with a job or career situation that makes them unhappy because they need the income, because they don’t know if they can find another job, or for some other reason. But the truth is none of us knows how long we have on this earth, and spending too much of it in a bad situation will only make you miserable and regretful. If you’re in this situation, take a step today — no matter how small — toward a better …

Happy Valentine's Day

Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone - we find it with another.

Happy Valentine's Day!

Earn More Or Save More: Which Is Better For You?

Should you focus on earning more money or saving more money? If you ask gurus of the personal finance world, most say that focusing on earning is more powerful than saving more money. “If you want to be rich, I encourage you to change your mindset about money — and start focusing on earning,” says Robert Kiyosaki, author of the bestselling classic “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.” Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think” agrees: “Rich people focus on earning, while average people focus on saving.” I can’t disagree — but while earning more money is useful, I think saving money is seriously underrated. Crucial to financial success for everyone — rich, poor and middle-class — but underrated and misunderstood. Of course, there needs to be a healthy mix of both. But depending on your personal situation, you can adapt your focus to either saving more or making more. Why and how? Why saving money is so important Saving money is important because most people don’t have savings. They’re one emergen…

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