Month: December 2020

LOVE YOURSELF AGAIN – Positive Morning Motivation | Motivational Speech 2020

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Demon Slayer kills big-name rivals to become Japan's highest grossing film | Japan

Demon Slayer kills big-name rivals to become Japan’s highest grossing film | Japan Runaway success of the story of Tanjiro – a boy who shows remarkable resilience in the face of obstacles – comes despite the coronavirus pandemic. Not even a pandemic has been able to stop an animated film set a century ago from […]

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10 Minutes to Start Your Day Right! – MORNING MOTIVATION | Best Motivational Speech

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Study: children’s belief in Santa Claus is more nuanced than you think

Study: children’s belief in Santa Claus is more nuanced than you think Santa falls into an ambiguous category between “real” and “nonreal” for many children Read More…

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I AM – Best Motivational Speech Video (Featuring Brian M. Bullock)

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Coronavirus, young adulthood, and 2020 as a “wasted year” – Vox

Coronavirus, young adulthood, and 2020 as a “wasted year” – Vox Young adults are grappling with what feels like a “wasted” year in 2020. Solskin/Getty Images This story is part of a group of stories called First-person essays and interviews with unique perspectives on complicated issues. Marie Keller had a plan: She was going to […]

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2021 WILL BE MY YEAR! NO MORE MESSING AROUND!- Powerful Motivational Speech Video Compilation

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Going to Plan B: When COVID pulls the rug out from under you – CBS News

Going to Plan B: When COVID pulls the rug out from under you – CBS News Karina Lopez leaves nothing to chance, and we mean NOTHING. “I am a planner. I’m a planner by nature,” she said. Correspondent Susan Spencer asked, “What sorts of things would you plan?” “One of the things that we love […]

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Morning Motivation – Best powerful motivational video in hindi Speech by mann ki aawaz

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Why some Americans don't believe in election results, according to a researcher who says it's related to the psychology of fairness

Why some Americans don’t believe in election results, according to a researcher who says it’s related to the psychology of fairness When people don't get the outcome they want after a decision is made — one that is central to their identity — they tend to look for unfairness in the decision-making process, says psychology […]

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