80 Famous Abraham Lincoln Quotes

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th President of the United States, March 4, 1861 – April 15, 1865. Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, at Sinking Spring Farm, Kentucky, U.S., and died on April 12 1809. He was self-educated and became a lawyer, and then a congressman. In 1849 he returned to his law practice, but reentered politics in 1854. Lincoln opposed slavery, and soon after becoming president, the Civil War began. Lincoln led the nation through its greatest moral, constitutional, and political crisis in the American Civil War. He preserved the Union, abolished slavery and strengthened the federal government. In 1865, Lincoln was attending a play at the Ford Theater in Washington DC, when he was assassinated by John …

Find the Right Business for the Job

Whether you need basic work done around the house, a full home renovation or a regular cleaning, finding the right business for the job is important. These days, there’s no shortage of trades and businesses offering services that you can take advantage of for your home, so it’s important to do your research first and ensure that the choice you’ll make is a good fit for what you need. The good news is that there are plenty of tools and resources available to help you choose the right business for your needs. We’ve put together a checklist to help you make the best decision.  Ask for Recommendations: First of all, try asking for recommendations from your social circle. This is usually the …

How It Helps Me Cope

Are you feeling like an autumn leaf caught in a tornado right now? You are far from alone. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as people know it, and many folks are battling unprecedented levels of anxiety at the moment.  One ritual that never fails to soothe me is getting in the kitchen and donning my baking apron. The room itself is my happy place, and the act of making something to delight my family helps me feel productive and useful when I’m not sure what else to do. Here’s what I get from my routine and how you can benefit, too.  Baking Gives You a Sense of Control  You can’t control much right now, and neither can I. Our …

Tips for Recruiting & Hiring Community Health Workers as Employees

Choosing any employee is a difficult and time-consuming decision. Just having the necessary skills is not enough, they need to have the right personality to fit into your business and experience can also play a vital role in their suitability to complete the job properly. It’s important to follow these tips and get it the right first time. Take It Slow The most important thing is to give yourself plenty of time, rushing the process generally leads to mistakes and you’ll end up with an employee that’s not suitable for the job. Define a timeline and add a few extra days into it, this ensures you can give every potential employee a fair chance.  Software Knowledge The world is digital …

9 Types of Bias That Cloud Our Everyday Judgement

Want to learn how to master your brain and navigate effortlessly away from the common mix-ups most people have? Then you’re in the right place. I’m going to expose the 10 biggest myths about the brain, including ones you hear about being a “right brain or left brain” person. And for each one, you’ll learn some proven ways to counter them too. So without further ado, let’s do this! Myth #1: Believing you’re either a “left or right brain” person Chances are, once upon a time, during your happy musings on the internet, you came across the idea of the right brain left brain. This is the myth that you’re either a logical facts driven person (left brain), or you’re …

Hypnosis – Money and 3 Major Motives of Our Lives

The purpose of all life is development and enrichment. Every Human Being, in fact, every living thing, has an inalienable right to all the development to which it is capable. A Human Being’s right to life implies his right to have the free and unrestricted access of all things, which may be necessary to assist him realize his fullest mental, spiritual, and physical potential. In other words, every human being has the right to be rich and enjoy everything life has to offer. There are three major motives for our lives: We live for our body. We live for our mind. And, we live for our soul. These three constituents are, at the same time, both highly distinctive of each …

How I Lost The Secret Of Dazzling Success For 20 Years

Ever heard of the Fuller Brush Man? You know, those legendary guys who came knocking on the front doors of America, selling brushes, mops and cleaners? I was one of them, back in my early twenties. I had just quit a job in an employment agency after four-and-a-half very long, very stressful days. Confined for eight hours a day to an incredibly tiny cubicle, ear pressed to the phone calling through the yellow pages trying to find job listings, then on my very first interview having to lie to a girl about a fictitious job the boss had advertised to pull in applicants. (Can you say bait-and-switch?) That girl knew I was lying, and when she walked out the door, …