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HEALTH AND YOU by Stan Anukege

HEALTH AND YOU I know we have heard and read so much about this subject but ask yourself today: How healthy am I? Can I still do those things I used to do with ease when I was younger? Can I still run like I used to or jump like I loved to? 

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16 REASONS WHY YOU KEEP GET TAKEN FOR GRANTED

16 REASONS WHY YOU KEEP GET TAKEN FOR GRANTED  Everyone takes someone for granted when they’re in love, even if it’s only for a moment. And the only way to stop someone from taking you for granted is by letting them know just how hard you’ve tried to do something for them. Learn to communicate and let them know if you’re going out of the way for them. You don’t have to wait until you’re bursting at the seams with anger or frustration to tell your lover or your family just how ungrateful they’ve been when you’ve been so giving and sacrificing. Most people who get taken for granted make the mistake of holding back on communication, until they can’t hold on anymore. And then, they explode with helpless anger one fine day, much to the surprise of their shocked lover who probably didn’t even realize they were taking their partner for granted! Instead, there’s an easier way to deal with this. Let your partner know when you’ve made the effort to do something nice for them. You’re not being pompous. You’re just letting them know the truth, and there’s nothing wrong in that.In fact, telling your partner that you did something special for them will make your partner appreciate the gesture and feel grateful too!After all, at the end of the day, all

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CRAZY LOVE by Stan Anukege

     CRAZY LOVE I have to be foolish before I fall in love,  whenever I see you, I wonder how heaven feels like,  you don't even know I exist,  but your presence throws my heart into fits.  I used to think you only fall in love once,  but everytime I see you, I fall in love again.  I hear your laughter in my dreams and I stay up late every night,

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MADE WOMAN

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THE JOYS OF SELF DISCIPLINE

Ways to Increase Your Personal Power Your personal power is your ability to influence others and your surroundings. We all have personal power–the ability to impact the world we live in– albeit in different degrees. Clearly, the more personal power you have, the greater your influence. So, where does personal power come from? I believe it comes from ten different sources. These sources are the following: Network Power Interpersonal Power Technical/Expert Power Image Power Formal Power Resource Power Physical Power Attributes Power Knowledge Power Moral Power In addition, there are ways to increase each of these sources of power, as well as ways to leverage each one so you can get the most out of it. Why would you want to increase and leverage your personal power? Because the more powerful you are, the easier it is for you to realize your full potential and achieve your goals, whether those goals involve achieving financial security, traveling, helping others, impacting the world with your ideas and creating a legacy, and so on. Below you’ll find an explanation of the ten sources of personal power I’ve identified, as well as five ways to increase each one. That will give you a total of 50 ways to increase your personal power. 1. Network Power Your network power is who you know. Knowing the right people can vastly increase your sphere of influence. You may have heard the saying that your network is your net worth. This is because other people can do all of the following for you: Offer valuable advice; Give you important information which keeps you “in the loop”; Open your eyes to new opportunities; Help you kick start or accelerate your journey toward the achievement of your goals; Find new clients, partners with complimentary skills, or potential investors; Introduce you to others who may be in a position to help you; and so on. Here are five ways to increase your network power: Create a personal networking plan. Work on your networking skills. You can read books on networking, attend seminars, and/or do research online. Write down your goals and identify who you need to know in order to achieve those goals. Then, get to work on finding ways to meet those people. Target networking opportunities that best fit your needs and personality. Position yourself as a resource to others. In order to increase your personal power, you have to make the right friends and surround yourself with the people who will help you to achieve what you want. 2. Interpersonal Power Your interpersonal power is your ability to get along with and influence others. It’s related to your “likeability” index. Obviously, the more likeable you are, the more interpersonal power you have. In addition, the more persuasive you are, the greater your interpersonal power. Here are five ways to increase your interpersonal power: Work on becoming more charismatic . Work on becoming more conscientious . Work on your communication skills. Work on improving your nonverbal communication. Acquire negotiation and conflict resolution skills. The more interpersonal power you have, the more you’ll be able to get others to act in the ways you want them to.

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RADIO AFTER DARK

4 THINGS YOU MUST SAY GOODBYE TO AFTER MARRIAGE  Marriage is nothing if not compromise. You’re literally going to share the rest of your life with another person and no matter how well you two got along while you two were dating, you would have to bring some changes into your life after you get married. Your spouse is a jerk if he or she asks you to make drastic changes into your life, however, they aren’t being mean when they tell you to stop texting that one person. I’ll be honest with you; it isn’t easy to adjust to how someone else would have you live. You might even find them to be somewhat controlling in the start, however, there’s a fine line between being controlling and being a person who just wants the joint life you two have, to run smoothly. So without further ado, here are some things you can’t do after marriage: 1- NOT GIVING THEM A REASON: Some people feel like they aren’t accountable to anyone but themselves and, you know what? They’re right. However, they’re right only up until the day they’re single because once you’re married, you can’t just assume that your spouse would be fine with everything. You can’t stay out late at night just because you had to go to some party and not tell your spouse about it. You literally have someone at home waiting for you who don’t have a clue where you went. For all they know, you got hit by a truck. To be honest, you aren’t exactly supposed to just text them telling them you’ll