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Man Forced To Choose Between Love & Career (Full Eps)


Love or Career: Choose One

Life is all about decisions. As an up-and-coming professional on the rise, do you choose between climbing the corporate ladder or nurturing your relationship? Do you take the journey with your significant other, despite how difficult and hard it may be while building your career, and hope that it turns into “glow up season.” Tune in for this and more on Episode 4! Be sure to check us out each and every Monday for new episodes. Keep the questions and topics coming! Don’t forget to subscribe!

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My Psycho Mom Fed Me Tapeworms

Ok, most people won't believe this story, but it really did happen. And it was even in the news and everything.

So… my mom always told me that I was too fat, even though I was one of the skinniest girls in my class.

She said I had to become thinner if I wanted other people to like me. And she would weigh me every day after school and scream at me if I put on a pound.

To make things worse, my mom always forced me to participate in beauty pageants because she wanted me to be the most beautiful and most perfect girl in the world. However, I hated it so much, because I always came last.

It was so embarrassing.

But my mom believed that the reason I kept on losing was because I was too fat. And that’s why she stopped me from eating anything at home and she even put a lock on the fridge.

She literally tried to starve me, but it didn’t work because I just ended up eating more inside my school cafeteria.

When she realised that her plan wasn’t working, she decided to do something terrible.

One day, I got home, and my mom was standing there with a weird look on her face. She told me to close my eyes and swallow whatever she put into my mouth or she would punish me worse than ever before.

I knew that she wasn’t joking, so although I had no idea what it was, I immediately swallowed it down.

It tasted gross, but mom gave me some more water and told me to go watch TV. I felt like puking, but I was too afraid of what mom would do, so I held it down.

A few weeks later, I was watching cartoons when my stomach started to ache. It was the worst pain I had ever felt and I begged my mom to do something. But she just told me to stop being a baby.

The pain got worse though and I kept on crying and moaning. My mom screamed at me to stop making so much noise, but I couldn’t help it.

In the end, it got so bad that I called an ambulance on my phone. I didn’t care what mom would do. I just wanted the pain to stop.

When they arrived, mom was super angry, but the ambulance drivers took one look at me and rushed me to hospital.

They immediately gave me a gastric lavage and you won't believe what came out. The doctor had to reach into my throat to pull out 1 massive worm! It was at least as long as my arm. It was so horrifying that I still have nightmares about it.

The doctors looked shocked and asked me what I had been eating. At first, I was too afraid to say, but eventually I admitted that my mom had told me to close my eyes and swallow something without telling me what it was.

Well, it turns out that mom had fed me a tapeworm. She said she only wanted to help me lose weight, but now I know that she was nuts. I could have died because sometimes tapeworms go through your blood into your brain and kill you.

I was only 12 when all this happened, and I haven't seen my mom since. To be honest, I don't ever wanna see her again. Now I'm 18 and my mom is still in prison for what she did.

After my mom was arrested, my aunt and uncle adopted me. I’m so lucky to have them. They don’t care what weight I am. They love me for me.

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How do you get to study when you have zero motivation to do so? It's a problem we've all faced, myself included. Let's be real, watching Jocko Willink YouTube videos amps you up in the moment, but motivation doesn't sustain you, and soon enough, you're back in a rut.

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"You ALWAYS Have a CHOICE!" - Neale Donald Walsch - Top 10 Rules

✎ Grab a snack and chew on today's lessons from a man who went from surviving a car accident that left him with a broken neck, living alone in a tent and recycling cans in order to eat, to working his way out of homelessness, writing the Conversations With God series, and publishing 29 books! He's Neale Donald Walsch and here's my take on his Top 10 Rules for Success!

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5. Wake up
6. Know who you really are
7. Transform fear
8. Focus on the right things
9. Go with the flow
10. Be divine
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* Ask yourself The 4 Fundamental Questions Of Life

✎ He's a modern-day spiritual messenger. With an early interest in religion, Neale spent the majority of his life searching for spiritual meaning. He worked as a radio station program director, newspaper managing editor, and in marketing and public relations. He survived a car accident that left him with a broken neck. Once he recovered from a car accident, he was alone, unemployed, and forced to live in a tent. He began his writings after working his way out of homelessness. His first book, Conversations with God, was published in 1995 and became an international bestseller. He has published 29 books and his works have been translated into 37 languages. Six of his other books have made the Times list. In addition to the CwG series, he also published a number of guidebooks, meditation, and other books.

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"You BECOME What You #BELIEVE!" - Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah) - Top 10 Rules

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✎ She was born into poverty in rural Mississippi to a teenage single mother. She has stated that she was molested during her childhood and early teens and became pregnant at 14. Sent to live with the man she calls her father, a barber in Tennessee, Winfrey landed a job in radio while still in high school. Her emotional ad-lib delivery eventually got her transferred to the daytime talk show arena. She's thought to have popularized and revolutionized the tabloid talk show genre pioneered by Phil Donahue. By the mid-1990s, she had reinvented her show with a focus on literature, self-improvement, and spirituality. From 2006 to 2008, her endorsement of Obama, by one estimate, delivered over a million votes. In 2013, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama. The viewership for The Oprah Winfrey Show was highest during the 1991–92 season, when about 13.1 million U.S. viewers were watching each day. The power of Winfrey's opinions and endorsement to influence public opinion has been dubbed The Oprah Effect.

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Jordan Peterson: What Kind of Job Fits You?

Jordan Peterson talks in this video about jobs and IQ levels. He discusses the different kinds of jobs, stress tolerance, hierarchies of competence, weaknesses and strengths, the avg. IQ for various jobs, leisure vs. work, and how temperament traits relate to job success. Peterson's 12 Rules for Life audiobook:

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Best of Guide TV Explores How Dean Fearing Became Father of Southwestern Cuisine

While Southwestern cuisine is a common staple today, 30 years ago Dean Fearing was on the cutting edge, creating gourmet dishes that incorporate flavors and spices that are indigenous to Texas. Best of Guide TV Host, Nancy Jay, had the exclusive opportunity to visit with Chef and Owner of Fearing’s Restaurant, Dean Fearing, as he shares with viewers his rise to culinary fame and success.

Growing up in the kitchen with his two grandmothers in Kentucky, whom Dean refers to as the “true country cooks,” Dean learned a love for cooking and for Southern classics. Dean explains how he is able to use fond memories of his family to inspire his creations of the beloved Southwest cuisine, which is implemented throughout his restaurant.

Viewers will also learn about Dean’s fork in his career when he was forced to choose between a profession in food or in music. After following his undeniable passion for food, Dean went on to attend the Culinary Institute of America, where he learned how to master a multitude of gourmet cuisines.

As Dean shares how he worked his way up in the restaurant industry from sous chef positions to owning his own restaurant, Dean proves hard work and perseverance really do pay off. Viewers will also learn that he has authored several books and created a line of specialty products to be used at home. Be sure to watch this episode on one of Dallas' most renowned chefs and be inspired to make his love for cooking your own.

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Job Vs Career: Difference between Job and Career - | Tanveer Ahmed

'Story of a Confused Engineer's - Difference between Job and Career

Are you doing a job ? Or are you building your career ? Tanveer Ahmed from brings about his personal views and happenings on how he chose his career.

It is put across in a very elegant way, though these terms are used interchangeably very often, students and professionals make mistakes by choosing jobs over careers due to lack of clarity, instant benefits and shortsightedness. It is true that a career is made up of jobs, but there are certain elements like role progression, skill advancement etc. differentiate between a job that’s part of a career path and job that you choose for an earning.

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Hello everyone my name is tanveer ahmed I do what I love because I believe if you don't love what you do one day you will be forced to love something which you don't love
So today I am going to talk about my story which happened with me in the career I was in my 10th class I wanted to become a pilot why because I was fascinated from a movie that i should become a pilot I came in the 11th standard in 11th class I wanted to become a journalist Why? Because everybody told me your language is very good, I came in the 12th class when I was in my 12th class I wanted to become a software engineer because one of my cousins was settled in the United States and he was living a very happy life, I wanted to follow his path and I wanted to also become a software engineer.

After finishing my 12th my dad told me that you should become an engineer I asked him why because he said you will be the family is first engineer I really like the title of which he gave me because he said you will be the family first engineer it looked very heavy so I took it up and I joined engineering in engineering what is that branch that i should choose then i get my dad called one of my cousins was his doing his electrical engineering he told me that you should go for it without any options of an electrical engineer without any clue I chose electricals engineering and I went ahead with that option after finishing my engineering in electricals I applied for a post of HR executive.

Exactly it is completely irrelevant in the interview I was asked why did you choose electricals engineering and why did you choose to come for HR job being HR at that time I also had no clue why I chose electrical engineering being an HR I have got an amazing opportunity to talk and interact and interview more than 3000 you know people youth across the country with these interactions I realised one thing that most of the youngsters out there have no clue why they did their graduation in a particular subject and when they came for the interview either they were confused or they had chosen a wrong career option so to clarify this today I want to tell you what is the difference between career and job. In simple words career is nothing but a destination which you said for yourself and a job a job is nothing but a journey that you set out for yourself to reach the destination.

A destination can be anything for example if somebody wants to become an artist and somebody is very good and very very amazingly create event drawings he can go forward and he can pursue his career in the next following 5 years or 10 years he can become an amazing artist and if somebody wants to become a coder he should start his job in the software industry from a basic level and by following the right steps and write set of skills he can definitely set out to become and reach his destination after 5 years this is the difference between a job and career and to know why it is very important to choose your career watch my next video if you really like this content in the video you can like share and comment and do not forget to subscribe to the channel thank you so much.

He worked in the U.K., Peru, Mexico, Bermuda and U.S. / Insurance risk management career

Straightforward Q&A with Terry Quested, Director at Associated Risk Managers (ARM Kenntucky and Ohio), insurance risk manager with over 30 years of experience.
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