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Proactive Interference is defined as the “tendency of previously learned material to hinder subsequent learning.” Chances are, we’re all able to relate to classic example of this hinderance:” Things like your old address popping into your mind when you have … Continue reading
Transitions are the inner shifts of identity, possibility, and belief that occur to help us assimilate and adjust to changes. Some are easy, others are difficult. They don’t occur automatically, and they often require consistent and specific efforts.
Make a goal, work as hard as you need to obtain it, but don’t loose focus on enjoying the present, because it can all change in a moment. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and … Continue reading
Make job-searching part of your career-long routine – an hour or two a week of effort, say- you’ll discover profitable opportunities you’d otherwise miss and also reap side benefits of a better understanding of your field of work. Yes, even … Continue reading