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|Does An Increase Of Money Decrease Stress and Worry?|
|How many times did you think or hear someone say that they will stop being stressed they day they solve their money issues? It's nothing unusual, we hear it all the time in the conversations we have with others. We also secretly say it in our heads especially when things are tough and it seems like the normal thing to do is to worry but if you're currently experiencing a situation that doesn't express abundance then believe me, worrying about money or thinking that it is the cause of your stress and anxiety will neither magnetize that flow of abundance nor eliminate the state of stress and frustration you have. |
|The Living Wage - more questions than answers|
|Whilst of course most people want to see workers be paid enough to live on, the raising of the Living Wage poses a conundrum.|
Successive governments have long been criticised for the number of NEETs (not in education, employment or training) in the UK. When the Living Wage is introduced it will undoubtedly hit the bottom line of companies who employ people over 25.
|Ordinary People, Extraordinary Risks|
|In the same way you learn leadership from leaders, law from lawyers, and art from artists, you learn most about risk-taking from risk-takers. Emerson once wrote, "The great distinction between teachers sacred or literary is that one class speaks from within, or from experience, as parties and possessors of the fact; and the other class, from without, as spectators merely."|
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