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Six Ways to Boost Your Confidence

Does success breed confidence? Or does confidence breed success? Or does the only thing that matter now is making sure your confidence remains sky-high regardless of the situation and people you interact with? Then you’ve stumbled upon the right article by writer Gwen Moran, who enumerates expert-prescribed advice to upsize your confidence [http://www.fastcompany.com/3044905/work-smart/secrets-to-instantly-get-your-confidence-back] :Change your physiologyFeeling anxious or sensing a precipitous

Distinguished List of UE Alumni

Yesterday, April 16, was a big day for the University of the East, as they held their 67th Yearend Commencement Rites [http://t.co/hl85UoAYu3] at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City. Congratulations to the graduating college students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan! Founded in 1946, the University of the East continues to be one of the top universities in the Philippines. The renowned university has churned out its share of accomplished alumni. In honor of their graduat

Get a Lot Done by Saying “Done”

If someone told you that a certain word exists, that when said, can help you get more items crossed out on your to-do list, what word do you think would that be? “Open Sesame”? “Shazam”? “Flame on”? Any more guesses? Done? (Clue: The answer lies within this paragraph).That word, friends, as shared in this article by the Fast Company’s Lisa Evans, is “done” [http://www.fastcompany.com/3044546/work-smart/why-saying-this-four-letter-word-can-transform-your-productivity] :> Saying the word done can

8 Ways to Keep Your Cool at Work

Each of us has, at one point or another, experienced one of those days -- a day or two that makes you want to pull your hair out, scream at the top of your lungs, or better yet, wish that you could turn into the Hulk and go on a rampage. Why do we feel that way? It’s because certain things happened in the office, at home, or on the road that pushed your buttons. Being reprimanded by your immediate superior, talking to an irate customer, a slow-moving line at Starbucks. And just when you thought

Six Ways to Boost Your Confidence

Does success breed confidence? Or does confidence breed success? Or does the only thing that matter now is making sure your confidence remains sky-high regardless of the situation and people you interact with? Then you’ve stumbled upon the right article by writer Gwen Moran, who enumerates expert-prescribed advice to upsize your confidence [http://www.fastcompany.com/3044905/work-smart/secrets-to-instantly-get-your-confidence-back] :Change your physiologyFeeling anxious or sensing a precipitous

Distinguished List of UE Alumni

Yesterday, April 16, was a big day for the University of the East, as they held their 67th Yearend Commencement Rites [http://t.co/hl85UoAYu3] at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City. Congratulations to the graduating college students of UE Manila and UE Caloocan! Founded in 1946, the University of the East continues to be one of the top universities in the Philippines. The renowned university has churned out its share of accomplished alumni. In honor of their graduat

Get a Lot Done by Saying “Done”

If someone told you that a certain word exists, that when said, can help you get more items crossed out on your to-do list, what word do you think would that be? “Open Sesame”? “Shazam”? “Flame on”? Any more guesses? Done? (Clue: The answer lies within this paragraph).That word, friends, as shared in this article by the Fast Company’s Lisa Evans, is “done” [http://www.fastcompany.com/3044546/work-smart/why-saying-this-four-letter-word-can-transform-your-productivity] :> Saying the word done can

8 Ways to Keep Your Cool at Work

Each of us has, at one point or another, experienced one of those days -- a day or two that makes you want to pull your hair out, scream at the top of your lungs, or better yet, wish that you could turn into the Hulk and go on a rampage. Why do we feel that way? It’s because certain things happened in the office, at home, or on the road that pushed your buttons. Being reprimanded by your immediate superior, talking to an irate customer, a slow-moving line at Starbucks. And just when you thought

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