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Let’s make the next 12 months even more incredible. 95% More Celebrates Its First-Year Anniversary! 4 Lessons on Courage I Learnt From a Boy With No Arms How To Replace Old Ideas With New Ones Is Fear of Success Holding You Back? How and Why You Should Eat a Live Frog Every Morning
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How to Pick Your Battles?

How to Pick Your Battles?

Some time ago, Lance Armstrong confessed that he has been abusing drugs to enable himself to win competitions for years. I followed the news and stumbled upon this article: It’s Not About Lance Armstrong. The writer wrote about how angry he was at Armstrong’s calculated move to come clean, but then he wrote : “……

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How Will You Measure Your Life?

How Will You Measure Your Life?

What I’ve always found really interesting is how although everything is different, the underlying principles of life are the same. Reading widely across a variety of genres tend to yield the same message and same lessons, each given in a different way. So, I really enjoyed reading about how business principles are being applied to…

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Accepting Who You Really Are

Accepting Who You Really Are

We’ve read it in stories and we’ve see it in movies – there’s always this one, uptight character who needs to have everything planned in order, as if the world would fall apart without those plans. I am one of those. And for the longest time, I had struggled with being that person. I wanted…

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How To Make Waiting Less Painful?

How To Make Waiting Less Painful?

Have you ever felt like life’s stuck at standstill – and things just aren’t moving along as fast as you would like them to? You then become restless and easily annoyed. So much so, that even the slightest things could trigger your inner Hulk and cause you to snap at people. And as soon as…

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Inspiration of the day: Finding Strength in the Face of Weakness

Inspiration of the day: Finding Strength in the Face of Weakness

I recently watched a video of Ananda Shankar Jayant, a classical Indian dancer, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2008. During the video she looks composed, speaks eloquently and seems at peace, hardly looking like a woman who had been suffering from breast cancer for over a year. It is only the short, quick breaths…

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Let’s make the next 12 months even more incredible.

Let’s make the next 12 months even more incredible.

We’ve spent the past few days celebrating 95% More’s FIRST BIRTHDAY, EVER! Today, we’d like to do things a little differently. We want you to know that the only reason we continue to write is for you. We hope that our experiences and the stories we’ve shared inspire you to do more, be more and…

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95% More Celebrates Its First-Year Anniversary!

95% More Celebrates Its First-Year Anniversary!

95% More celebrates its first-year anniversary this week. It’s been 50 weeks, and 60 articles since we first started, and it’s not going to stop anytime soon. Read what the year has been like for our team of fearless writers!   As editor, I have been constantly amazed by Jason’s tenacity in managing deadlines and…

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Love Is A Choice

Love Is A Choice

I’ve been back in Malaysia for half a year, and never a day has gone by without me thinking of Newcastle and the people whom I’ve grown to love with all my heart. Every day, I question God if it was His plan to first send me where I experienced acceptance, only to bring me…

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To Speed Up, Slow Down

To Speed Up, Slow Down

Ever rushed things only to find that you get less done – because you made mistakes, overlooked something important, knocked something over and made a mess, or forgot something as you rushed out the door? Happens to me all the time when I find myself in a rush. Unfortunately this tends to create more messes…

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Visualise Your Vision

Visualise Your Vision

When I was a kid I used to cut out newspaper clippings, stories of oppression, of loss, of sadness, of heroes who live and who have fallen, of civil rights (or the lack thereof) and paste them onto a large sheet of mahjong paper. I never showed these clippings to anyone, because I knew no…

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