Simple Science Quotes

The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence. Science is simply common sense at its best – that is, rigidly accurate in observation, and merciless to fallacy in logic. (Thomas Huxley) Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge: ...Read More

A Way to Inner Peace

by: Terje Brooks Ellingsen We all need to find our inner peace, especially in our fast paced and turbulent every day lives. Outlined below are some steps or tips on how to search for peace of mind and make it a part of your life. ...Read More

Dream Big, It’s Not Just For Kids

Dreaming Big by: Richard Macalintal When we were kids and someone asked us a question of what we wanted to be when we grow up, we easily answered like “I want to be a doctor” or “I want to be a lawyer”. But now, ...Read More

The Art of Accepting Feedback

Gracefully Accepting Feedback a Key Employment Skill by: Jan B. King With the long-term trend of protecting employees’ individual self esteem added to an overriding concern over expensive employee lawsuits, accountability is more a buzzword than a way of life at most companies. This is ...Read More

Plan Your Day and Stick to Your Plan

by: Inez Ng How many times have you remarked to someone that there are not enough hours in the day? The sad truth is, not matter how much you wish it, it is unlikely that you can get more than 24 hours in each ...Read More

Learn to Focus on What’s Important

Success – What’s Important to You? By Pete Koerner What is success? Isn’t success simply realizing the things that are important to you? So, what’s important to you? I’m sure you could list some things, probably several things; but do you really know what’s ...Read More

Tips for Writing a Thriller

Writing a Book – Tips From An Author Writing specific Genres What is a ‘genre’? It’s a fancy French word for ‘type’ or ‘kind’. A ‘Thriller’ is a ‘type’ of story. Thrillers therefore make up a ‘genre’. Some genres have become so ‘reduced to ...Read More