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Jenna Sanderson



"Yeah, I'm a thrill seeker, but crikey, education's the most important thing. " ~ Steve Irwin






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Getting an MBA

An MBA (Master of Business Administration) is a postgraduate dgeree that is bestowed upon students who have mastered the study of business and who are looking forward to bigger career opportunities.

There are full time and part time programs that you can choose from according to your schedule and career goals.

MBA programs also offer the following:

  • the traditional two-year program;
  • the accelerated program (that you can finish in a year);
  • and an executive MBA program (which is designed for business executives)
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Self Improvement

Understanding the MBA Degree


IQ: Intelligence Quotient
  • The IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is a test to measure a person’s cognitive ability, using a standardized scale of Median=100.
  • The test has questions that score us on our ability to solve problems, perceive relationships between concepts and our ability to process information.
  • Scores above 130 indicate high levels of intelligence, while scores below 70 generally mean the person is not very intelligent, at least cognitively.

Researchers identified a negative personality trait named TIV - Tendency toward Interpersonal Victimhood.

People who score high on a TIV test have a lasting feeling that they are victims in different kinds of interpersonal relationships.

Why People Feel Like Victims - Issue 99: Universality - Nautilus


Difficulty in stepping out of our comfort zones

Stepping out of our comfort zone to grab hold of opportunities can be difficult.

Sometimes we are not aware of reasons to do so. However, most of the time, our frame of mind is holding us back. Understanding the shifts in thinking can help us step outside of our comfort zone and move into a personal growth zone.

How to Leave your Comfort Zone and Enter your ‘Growth Zone’


Abraham Maslow

“One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again.”

The G.R.A.C.E. Practice

The practice was created by a Buddhist teacher named Roshi Joan Halifax. Many people are adopting this practice because it helps us guide ourselves and support ourselves in any given situation.

Even the name itself invites the body and the mind to calm down and alleviate any stresses with the heart. Before practicing this method you must first find a comfortable position for your body and practice long deep breaths to soothe your mind.

  • Gathering Attention. It means to place your focus on a sound or an object where you're most comfortable at
  • Recalling Intention. This is to allow yourself to discover new ways to be resilient and engage in self-care.
  • Attuning to Self and Others. We need to check ourselves and to keep in mind that we are interconnected with others.
  • Considering What Would Serve. It means that self-care is not selfish.
  • Ethical Ending and Engagement. We should reflect on what we can do better moving forward.

The G.R.A.C.E. Practice: A Moment to Engage in Self-Care - Mindful


Ingredients for a happy life

After reviewing many studies that explored the science behind a happy life, a deceptively simple, yet reliable formula has been created for a joyful life.

Most of the ingredients to this recipe are very accessible. We know the joy of splashing in the summer rain; we have someone to support us in laughter and pain. It is possible that we are already leading a happy and meaningful life but are unaware of it.

  • Trigger - the moment when something unusual or unexpected happens.
  • Connect the dots - observe the trigger and link it to something seemingly unrelated, thus realising the potential valued within a unique event.
  • Sagacity and tenacity - the ability to follows through and create an unexpected positive outcome.

How to be lucky | Psyche Guides


The importance of motivation

Research shows that more than 50% of American workers feel disengaged at their jobs.

Research also shows that motivation is very important to feel engaged. Motivation predicts career success better than intelligence, ability, or salary.

3 Proven Rituals That Will Make You Motivated - Barking Up The Wrong Tree


Introversion is not defined by what it is not

Academics often define introversion by what it is not: extroversion. What everyday introverts think about introversion is not really factored in.

As early as 1980, this problem was identified when a study found that the scientific and common-sense definitions of introversion were not the same.

Apparently There Are 4 Kinds of Introversion



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