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Hema Unnoop
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Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud
Try to be a rainbow in someone's cloud

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Obsessed about what people think of you? It's high time you stopped losing your sleep and peace of mind over what people think of you. Here's a few ways to help you do so.
Read on!

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Motherhood has taught me the meaning of living in the moment and being at peace. Children don't think about yesterday, and they don't think about tomorrow. They just exist in the moment.
#blogpost #motherhood #lessons #life #newborn 

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Over a month now since the birth of my first child...I feel blessed to be a mother. Every single day brings with it new joys and new lessons. Guess who's my teacher...My son :)

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My dear readers,
This post might rub you the wrong way.
Just to be clear...I am in no way trying to discourage you from following your passion..If you dream of becoming a rockstar...shoot for the moon by all means...

However, the problem is, many people have come to believe the following myths about passion as truths and have given up on their dreams way too soon. Reason why I thought of writing this article to dispel some of these myths.

Ross Sutton rightly says "Focus too much on what YOU want to give and people may or may not want it. Focus on what people want first, and then determine how you can passionately give it to them. Increase your odds of success exponentially".

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Hello friends,

Just joined this group. Pleased to be part of a community such as this one. We're all trying better ourselves and help others in the process. That's awesome.

Here's something I guess most of you would agree. You don't need to be perfect to make a difference in people's lives. All you need to do is use your imperfections as an example to help others overcome their own insecurities.

As a blogger I've noticed people relate better to someone who's REAL, embraces their imperfections and doesn't mind showing their vulnerable side rather than someone who pretends to be perfect.

What do you think?
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Addicted to pleasing people. Here's a post to help set you free from the need to please.
http://www.cre8teapositivelife.com/2016/08/stop-being-a-people-pleaser.html
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