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10 Life Lessons Beyoncé Has Taught Us

10. Judgement is everywhere

Everyone will judge the way you live your life. What matters most is that you are content and happy with how you are living your life.

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1. Laugh often

It counteracts the hard days.

2. Forgive and move forward.

The longer you dwell on those who have wronged you, the longer it will take for you to move forward and better your life. 

3. Be independent.

This is good for your self-esteem and prepares you for the reality that sometimes you can’t count on anyone. 

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The skilled use of humor ...
  • gets a point across
  • lightens a mood
  • is better than therapy for brightening the workplace and energizing all who may come your wa...
Good and bad humor
  • Good Humor is Inclusive.
  • Good Humor Promotes Bonding.

  • Bosses and managers who use self-deprecating humor are considered more approachable and human.
  • Bad Humor Is Poison and can affect an employee’s performance or future.
  • Clumsy Humor is a Risk. Your audience might take offence instead of laugh.

Don't let setbacks define you

A difficult start does not define the rest of your life.

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Be generous

It can be more rewarding than riches.

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Let passion drive you

Keanu always seems to have put his personal ambitions, morals and preferences before simply taking a job to make money. 

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