Why You Don’t Need a Partner to Feel Complete

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How to Be Resilient

The last two to three years of a global pandemic certainly has made life hard for many people.

Luckily, we humans are a resilient species.

Here’s four things to do when life gets hard.


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The Crypto Geniuses Who Vaporized Trillions

I’m not a big believer in Crypto (as it is, in its current form), although I believe in the underlying tech of Blockchain.

The cautionary story of the demise of Three Arch Capital embodies how I see much of the Crypto industry.

If you’ve ever considered risk any of your investable assets into Crypto, read this first.

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Why You Don’t Need a Partner to Feel Complete

My wife and I’s guilty pleasure has been binge-watching Indian Matchmaking (Netflix).

The show revolves around single people feeling the clock ticking and looking to a matchmaker to help them find a partner for marriage.

Long have we been held to the traditional view that we all have to “find a partner” in order to complete our life.

And that puts unnecessary stress in our lives when this is an archaic view of life.

If you’re single and/or still searching for that special someone, watch this to change your view & approach to life without the need of a partner.

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