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The 10 Qualities of an Emotionally Intelligent Person

“There’s also a new up and comer, CQ, or curiosity quotient, which refers to one’s ability to have a powerful motivation to learn a particular subject.”

The 10 Qualities of an Emotionally Intelligent Person

The 10 Qualities of an Emotionally Intelligent Personhttps://medium.com/personal-growth/the-10-qualities-of-an-emotionally-intelligent-person-f595440af4fbThere are many different kinds of intelligence, and it’s our job to discover what they are and how to integrate them into our lives…

There Are Two Ways to Read — One Is Useless

There Are Two Ways to Read - One Is Useless – Personal Growth – Medium

There Are Two Ways to Read – One Is Useless – Personal Growth – Mediumhttps://medium.com/personal-growth/there-are-two-ways-to-read-one-is-useless-cc152cf4f51bHomer, Shakespeare, Voltaire, Flaubert, Tolstoy, Woolf, Hemingway — these are names without a living body. We can’t talk to them, nor touch them, but their thoughts are immortalized through the written word. Without books, humans would never have escaped the boundaries of space and time. Each new generation would have had to learn the realities of life for themselves rather than having the luxury to build on the past; knowledge accumulation would have quickly dimmed towards an asymptote.

‘Maybe someone dies’: Facebook VP justified bullying, terrorism as costs of network’s ‘growth’

‘Maybe someone dies’: Facebook VP justified bullying, terrorism as costs of network’s ‘growth’ - The Washington Post

‘Maybe someone dies’: Facebook VP justified bullying, terrorism as costs of network’s ‘growth’ – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2018/03/30/maybe-someone-dies-facebook-vp-justified-bullying-terrorism-as-costs-of-growth/?utm_term=.f68a4fac6ba1“Anything that allows us to connect more people more often is *de facto* good,” a vice president wrote in 2016. In a 2016 employee memo that was leaked this week, a Facebook executive defended the company’s questionable data mining practices and championed the growth of social media at any cost — apparently even death.

77 Important Truths I’ve Learned About Life

77 Important Truths I’ve Learned About Life – Personal Growth – Medium

77 Important Truths I’ve Learned About Life – Personal Growth – Mediumhttps://medium.com/personal-growth/77-important-truths-ive-learned-about-life-2476f940f12dEvery year, I find myself in awe at how much I have changed, how much I have learned, and how little I know. It’s humbling in the best of ways. The world doesn’t need more noise. Don’t complain. Set an example.

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Working For Free Is Not An Opportunity

Working For Free Is Not An Opportunity. – GROWTH MAFIA – Medium

Working For Free Is Not An Opportunity. – GROWTH MAFIA – Mediumhttps://medium.com/hi-my-name-is-jon/working-for-free-is-not-an-opportunity-bb07526b8c91If you’re a designer, they value the effect that your work will have in terms of making their business look professional and attracting clients. But they don’t value the creative work itself. Here’s the thing. As a creative professional, the greatest opportunity that anyone can give me is paid work. That’s all I’m asking for. Because my work deserves that much respect.

Street children inspiration to UP Diliman’s graduating interior design class project

Street children inspiration to UP Diliman’s graduating interior design class project | DesignFaves

Street children inspiration to UP Diliman’s graduating interior design class project | DesignFaveshttps://www.designfaves.com/2017/10/street-children-inspiration-to-up-dilimans-graduating-interior-design-class-project#refnlWhen you hear interior design, you instantly think efficient and ergonomically improved space with a touch of tasteful aesthetics. Interior design services are rather expensive and usually only available for people who can afford to let someone design their homes. But to the interior design students of the University of the Philippines – Diliman, designing for people whose lives they can improve is far more fulfilling. Every year, the graduating class is required to take the Special Project in Interior Design course and fulfill a project for a non-profit foundation. This year, they chose Tulay ng Kabataan (Bridge of Children) to give assistance to in the form of do-able and recyclable furniture. The project, which is called Tawid: Design Beyond Borders, is mainly inspired by Abraham Maslow’s 1943 paper called “A Theory of Human Motivation.” The students aim to raise awareness on the growth of street children and to give back to the community through their chosen profession.