Are you an Alpha or Beta

What exactly is the difference between a beta and alpha? The alpha personality is known as a powerful, aggressive, and dominant person. They have extreme confidence and are very physically fit. The beta personality known for being very introverted, and will avoid confrontation. They are still considered extremely intelligent, thoughtful, capable, and driven. They are contrasting versions of each other, however is society is now favoring the beta personality over the alpha?

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Weather Conditions Around the World

It seems that extreme weather is sweeping the world, with devastating floods and wildfires on 3 continents at once. The past week we have seen extreme weather around the world. China and Europe are fighting flooding while the US, Canada, and Russia have huge fires. Although some events are seasonal, others came as a total surprise.

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Fragile Financially

Are you in a fragile position financially? Not many are familiar with a simple budget strategy. A simple measure is to calculate how much money you are making and track how much you are spending. It is difficult surviving with little to no money, so when you get paid, resist the urge to quickly to spend it.

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Money gone

Do you spend all your money the moment it goes into your account? Do you complain that you don’t have enough money, yet don’t know where your money goes? Tracking your expenses may be hard but not being able to afford anything, is harder. Make sure you know how much money you are unnecessarily spending on subscriptions and things you don’t need. That money could go towards paying off your debt. 

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Bad Money Spending Habits

We all have bad habits spending money on things that we want but don’t need. When you buy something you don’t need, it means you’ve been marketed to. Someone has convinced you to spend your money for your feelings of inadequacy. You are being marketed to all the time, corporations and marketing people understand this and know that people with low self esteem are quite profitable! Don’t let bad money habits put you more in debt.

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Winning Every Argument

It may feel like a great victory to win every argument, but when we prove someone wrong, most feel hurt and and start despising you. So in reality, you are just right and alone. It’s more important to work with people successfully and maintain a happy and healthy relationship. Finding the perfect answer may not be the solution always, but often the most acceptable solution is right.

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Inactivity

Studies show that 1.5bn people worldwide are so inactive they are risking their long-term health. But fixing this problem could help save both people and planet. Inactivity is probably the fourth biggest killer in the world – yet it’s barely discussed. What do you think may be the solution to sedentary living that could save both the planet and people.

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A Year Since Lockdown

Just a year ago, many of us were planning gatherings, trying to balance commute schedules while trying to fit our lives into a tight work structure. Hard to imagine so mush has changed now. Hopefully, you have remained safe and healthy with the support of your family, friends, and co-workers. Where were you when you first heard everything was about to go in lockdown?

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Fallout Movie

It seems if a videogame is successful enough, it can make a great TV series. Fallout is about a group of survivors of a global nuclear war in the late 21st century that has decimated America. Is that the future or is that already happening with politicians in denial of the pandemic and reality?

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Stock Markets during the Pandemic

In the beginning of the pandemic the stock markets crashed. Brokers were pulling out and stocks started to fall causing a stop to all trades. Now it seems like most stocks are up again and exceeded their worth pre-pandemic. It is highly doubtful that stocks will ever crash like that again, even though a second wave of Covid19 is coming. There is one lesson to learnt from all this, stocks don’t care who is sick, all it cares about is money.

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