Aesop’s Fable “The Tortoise and the Hare” Will Double Your Income Especially in This Troubled Economy Posted By : Raymond Aaron

You will likely recall many famous fables by Aesop, a slave who lived on the Island of Samos about 550 BC. He reputedly produced many hundreds of fables still taught today to teach morals to children, Renters by Zoplay parishoners, employees, voters, etc.

One of Aesop’s most remembered and loved fables is The Tortoise and The Hare. I will reproduce an abbreviated version of that fable for your quick review:
Once upon a time there was a hare who, boasting how he could run faster than anyone else, was forever teasing tortoise for its slowness.

The Character Trait of Being Thankful Posted By : Ken Keis

What is being thankful really about? It starts when each of us can consciously be appreciative for the things we have or we have enjoyed. I have found this is only the first part to being thankful.

If we want to have a thankful heart and spirit, the second part requires us to choose the attitude that our thankfulness is greater than our disappointments, frustrations, or the negative events we are or have been experiencing.

Benefits of Goal Setting and How to Guarantee Your Success Posted By : Leon Thomas Edward

People who successfully implement goals and work strategically to ensure that they meet their goals often experience more success in their performances throughout life. If you know that you can do more with your life, but struggle with the means of acquisition, consider your goal setting skills. By learning to effectively set goals, you are taking the first step to a happy, more productive life that is fulfilling. The following indicates the many advantages that may be experienced if you become successful in creating goals, and sticking to them.

Do You Know Your What You Values Are? Posted By : Kimbles

Values are often overlooked. There is much talk about achieving goals. People almost seem to be obsessed with goals, but not much is mentioned about identifying personal values. I am not saying that goals or dreams are not important, but they are not worth much if they do not fit into your life.