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Anita Terry

Teach Someone

If your co-worker needs help with something you are good at, help them. If you know how to do specific tasks that a new-comer doesn’t know, teach them. Even if your friend loves the pasta you cook, teach them how to make it.

The best thing you can do for a person is to teach them how to do something just like the famous saying goes, give a person a fish and you’ll feed him for the day. Teach a person how to catch fish and you will give him a skill that will help him feed himself for a lifetime.

Stretch it out

Having tension in your neck can be extremely painful and can oftentimes make it hard to live your day to day life. If you wake up with an ache in your neck, stretch it out slowly and gently to try and relieve some of that tension. Roll your head around in slow circles both clockwise and counterclockwise. You can also try letting your chin fall forward towards your chest and resting your hands on the back of your head. The weight of your hands will pull your head forward, giving your neck a gentle stretch.

Simulate the interview

It’s really helpful to simulate the interview with your friend or colleague, just to get a feel of how you might perform at the real interview. Be sure to practice some of the most common interview questions (which can often feel pretty daunting without practice) like “Tell me about yourself” or “Tell me what makes you the right candidate for this job.”

Simulate the interview

Now, by practicing the questions I don’t mean memorize the answers word for word and recite them at the interview – NO! Just be aware and stay in the know about what you’re going to say. Use your natural conversational tone during the interview to say these things. This is your opportunity to shine if you’ve practiced what you’re going to say.


Investments are probably the dumbest yet simplest way to get rich. However, you have to make sure that you are investing in the right places. The best part about investments in 2021 is that there's no price limit. If you have an extended budget and can blow it on real estate, go for it. Real estate is something that very rarely has any chance of a loss since the cost of property has been on the rise since pretty much forever. But, if you don't have that much money to invest, put it into cryptocurrencies. Do some research and figure out the way crypto goes up and down. If you're able to luck out, you could potentially nab a fortune pretty quickly.

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