Imagine, it is afternoon and you decide to stop by the supermarket on the way home. You don’t need to buy much. Half an hour later, you are at the cash register with the basket filled to the top, while calculating in your head whether you have brought enough money to pay. Sounds familiar? It takes a lot of effort to buy only the things you came for. We’ll try to share with you some basic tips that will save both the home budget and the time you spend shopping.

Interviewing for a new job is always thrilling and exciting. At the same time, it is also a huge challenge. In order to succeed in getting hired, you need to know what you need to prioritize and how you need to present yourself. We’ve come up with a list of tips to increase your chances for being hired for the position you want.

There are a lot of critical moments in everyone's life to which we commit long and diligent preparations. We have a dread of doing something wrong but, as ill luck would have it, everything goes haywire. We begin to stutter while giving a speech, or we suddenly forget everything we've learned right in the middle of the exam. It seems like it's game over. What exactly happens to us at this moment? It is just that events like these are high-stress. However, it's possible to learn how to settle your nerves before encountering these moments, and to bring back your A-game. This is the topic of the book called Choke: What the Secrets of the Brain Reveal About Getting It Right When You Have To by Sian Beilock, the world's leading expert in the field of research into the brain's reaction in stressful situations. Herein we'll cite some of her recommendations.

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