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How To Create Your Happiness

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BALARABA J. JOHN   Many know too well how to engineer and prop up negative emotions. They are very good at getting angry, shouting at the top of their voices, overreacting, being mad at the slightest provocation, making hasty decisions, exhibiting conduct that shows absolutely their lack of patience. They know how be temperamental and they can justify it citing …

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The Poorest Man In The World

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BALARABA J. JOHN I love to teach. One moment I enjoy most is engaging my students in a productive but brief discussion before I start the day’s class. I remember in a certain school where I once taught in Nigeria, I threw this question to the students, “who is the poorest man in the world?” Surprisingly, the answers I got …

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8 Ways To Boost Your Will Power

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Do you know that will power is like coal? We have a limited amount, and it can very well run out before your husband buys your lot. I am pretty sure that I used up a fair chunk in my 20s and 30s trying to stay sober, eat right, exercise five times a week, yada yada yada through a bunch …

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INTO THE LIVES’ OF NIGERIA’S YOUNGEST MONARCHS

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In this special report, youngNigerian.com, brings to you the personality profiles of the country’s two youngest monarchs. One of them makes history as the youngest to be crowned monarch in the world. HRM BENJAMIN IKENCHUKU The world’s monarchical history was rewritten in 1979 when the Crown Prince of Agbor Kingdom, Benjamin Ikenchuku Kaeagborekuzi the First ( Keagborekuzi 1) was crowned …

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Turning A Disadvantage To Your Advantage

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RICHARD BRANSON Whenever something goes wrong or you find yourself at a disadvantage, often the best way to handle it is to turn a negative into a positive. I learned this early on as I struggled with dyslexia, a learning disability that affects reading comprehension. I left school when I was 16 years old partly because of my dyslexia. I …

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Hello, I Want To Buy A Miracle

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An eight-year-old child heard her parents talking about her little brother. All she knew was that he was very sick and they had no money left. They were moving to a smaller house because they could not afford to stay in the present house after paying the doctor’s bills. Only a very costly surgery could save him now and there …

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