Often times we imagine leaders as handsome and charismatic people who influence and create great waves of action from the tip of their tongue. Hardly we see them do any grunt work as they’re always doing God-Knows-What in their office. While there might be some truth into that, in hindsight, a real leader does more work than you can imagine.
You’re at a department store and see two identical shirts. The same color, pattern, material and build. Everything about those pieces are the same; except the name and price on the tag. One is priced at $20 dollars and the other is at $80 dollars.
Seems illogical, right?
Linguist expert John Edwards stated “English is the leading language of our time because of the power possessed by its speakers.” By its speakers he is referring to the United States and, in hindsight, its culture, influence, economic power, and social status among the world. It has nothing to do with the intricacies of the language since it’s not the most effective nor more organized language around.
It’s common knowledge that going to a job interview requires dressing up. You’re striving to make a first impression that has to stay even after you walk out the door. So assuming that you’re fit for the job, dressing up will be the key factor in getting hired or getting passed.
There comes a point in every man’s life where they must learn about budgeting. If it’s not taught to you by a parent or guardian, you’ll soon learn about it on your own once you start working. You’ll learn about what you can afford and what you can’t. In simple terms, it’s basic arithmetic. In order to survive you must do with what you make. If you’re smart, you’ll do with less and save for rainy days.
Don’t judge a book by its cover!
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