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BRAIN BUDDHA 🧠
Want better self-esteem? Do this…
Growing up, I had very low self-esteem as a kid.
To some extent, I still suffer from bouts of low self-esteem at times as an adult.
Here’s four things you can do to help your self-esteem.
MONEY BUDDHA 💵
Spend your time on this, not that
We’re all given the same 24 hours in a day.
How is it that some people achieve so much, while others seem to waste the day away?
*** Heads up from the Money Buddha: I’m working on some tutorials for earning extra side-income (the non-fluffy, non-scammy kind – also, how to filter out the garbage from the legit).
RELATIONSHIP BUDDHA ❤️
How to handle bullying
Growing up as a minority in Canada in the 70’s & 80’s, I had my share of slurs & bullying hurled my way.
Have things changed or improved since then? Hard to say.
But, I wish I had this wonderful piece of advice to handle bullies.
VISUAL OF THE WEEK
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