Cons of Consciousness

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I’ve no answers to why I sit down before my keyboard and type. There’s a compulsive urge for spilling my thoughts that I can’t help but give a form. I guess I am securing myself some sanity.

Whatsoever, I produced a good, dark cup of coffee minutes before, but that has already turned cold. The coffee was steaming hot few minutes earlier, but physics played with it. The atoms of hydrogen and oxygen that made this fluid called water in which I dissolved this semi-addictive brown powder have now slowly receded, searching for a perpetual rest. But these silly molecules don’t even know that they are far, far away from their destination of an absolute zero. They’ve some energy still left in them, but I have already labeled it ‘cold’. So the coffee’s bound to be deemed cold.

Maybe I should have used a metallic mug, but ceramics are inherently…

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KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY YOUTH RED CROSS CIRCLE

KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY YOUTH RED CROSS CIRCLE

Kathmandu University Youth Red Cross Circle has Sucessfully organized an eye health camp at a remote area(Dhumkharka) of Kavreplanchok district, Nepal. About 25 students of kathmandu University university involving in KUYRCC has organized the program in 2013 with collebaration with Dhulikel Hospital in a school. We mainly focused on the eye problems of abot 300 students. Local people were also benefited by their free eye checked up. This is my first time i am involving in any heath related program and really it make my mind and soul happy and sound..ONCE IN A LIFETIME DON’T FORGET TO HELP OTHER………..

90 Great GIS Blogs to read (AFTER THIS ONE!!)

90 GREAT GIS BLOGS TO READ

The Spatial Blog

Blog  Subject  Author  Link 
All Points Blog Catching geospatial news that others miss Adena Schutzberg http://apb.directionsmag.com/
 
AnyGeo A GISuser blog about GIS, the GeoWeb, Mobile, Social, and Location Technologies Glen Letham http://blog.gisuser.com/
 
arcOrama A blog about GIS Gaëtan Lavenu, Christophe Tourret http://www.arcorama.fr/
 
The Big Blue Thread A blog for spatial science and the environment in America’s heartland. Jeffery Robichaud and Casey Mclaughlin http://blog.epa.gov/bigbluethread/
 
Bird’s Eye View GIS blog Serving conservation and community organizations worldwide Kurt Menke http://www.birdseyeviewgis.com/
 
 
Blom-UK Blog Weekly blog by Blom-UK presenting new products, free desktop geo-backgrounds, and stories in the lives of geo-professionals. Blom-UK http://www.blom-uk.co.uk/
 
blog.davebouwman.com Software Development with a Spatial Twist Dave Bouwman http://blog.davebouwman.com/
 
CloverPoint Blog Redefining the boundaries of traditional GIS. Multiple authors http://blog.cloverpoint.com/
 
Cartogrammar A blog about cartography Andy Woodruff http://www.cartogrammar.com/blog/
 
The Daily Viz A blog written by a data journalist at NPR. Matt…

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11 proven ways to gain unstoppable confidence
#1 – KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
Those who know are ultimately much more confident in any arena than those shrouded in ignorance. Use your spare time to read up on the things that interest you, on the things that you are curious about, and build up a solid base of knowledge and critical thinking. The more you know, the more sure of yourself you will be in any situation.

#2 – EXPERIENCE
Uncertainty is the biggest drain on your self-confidence. Succumbing to doubt ensures you will never believe in yourself. The more often you do something, the more certain you become. With certainty comes confidence.

#3 – CARE-FREE ATTITUDE
Try to walk through your day with as easy and care-free of an attitude as you can muster, because someone who is it ease with him or herself is someone who is confident. Build unstoppable confidence by not getting hung up on the petty issues and minor irritations that help wear you down.

#4 – HONEST SELF-ASSESSMENT
Take stock of yourself. Brainstorm for a bit and compose a list of your good qualities and bad, the things you excel at and the things you need to improve upon, and once you have a clear picture of yourself much of the uncertainty that breeds doubt will wash away.

#5 – ANALYZE
Take the time to properly think through every problem, and the confidence in your skills will grow.

#6 – BE THOROUGH
Try to be as complete and thorough at every task you attempt . Completing tasks builds confidence in your ability to always see projects through to their proper conclusion .

#7 – IDENTIFY YOUR LIMITS, AND EXCEED THEM
Once you have assessed yourself, make a list of goals you wish to accomplish, and get to work. You now know your true limits, so the only thing left to do is push beyond them and set your sights on new frontiers.

#8 – BE OPEN TO HELPING OTHERS
Don’t close yourself off to friends, acquaintances and coworkers. The more you put yourself out there in business and social situations, the more quickly you will build confidence in your ability to navigate these sometimes tricky waters.

#9 – COMPOSE YOURSELF
Dress well, groom yourself, compose your identity as a person who is well put together, and you will feel confident when meeting new people and doing new things.

#10 – BE DECISIVE
While it is okay to take time to analyze and think situations through, the time comes when you must be decisive and act. Decisive people are confident; not confident people are decisive.

#11 BE COMPLETE
Know yourself fully, wash away your own doubts about yourself, your identity and your capabilities, and present every aspect of yourself in every situation and you will have no reason to doubt your confidence. Become your full, real self.
A lot of confidence building techniques simply do not work. I’ve tried everything out there and studied confident people to see what makes them who they are. Continue reading this article for the top 11 traits you can develop to build strong self-confidence that attracts the people, job, and pleasures of life you want.
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