Today, I want to discuss what we should do after someone helps us.
During one of my Economics classes at the university, my professor stated that being married is a fiscally smart idea. You have two incomes (hopefully) and only one bill to pay.
I remember being stopped in the hall by kids I have never met asking me what I was. People were shocked. Although, I do not remember anyone saying anything negative. Maybe I blocked that out.
Hell is paved with good intentions. Read this post and discover a sure way to make someone miserable.
There used to be a time when qualifications were what set the best candidate apart from the rest. We have known for a while that that is no longer the case. Knowing someone might take you further in life than your knowledge and skills. Having a bit of luck does help. However, in the world of the Internet and social media, things have only become more bizarre.
Monday Motivation posts usually deal with ways you can motivate yourself and therefore achieve great things. That is fine, albeit a bit selfish. Today, I want to motivate you to do great things... for other people.