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6 secrets of successful people

 6 secrets of successful people    The lives and careers of many outstanding people show that the main key to success is the proper management of your time. Why do some people manage to become world-famous businesspeople and leaders who can change the world around them, while others can't budge despite their hard work? The reason for this phenomenon is often overlooked. Successful businessmen try to invest their time in something that will provide them with new knowledge, creative solutions and energy in the future. At first, their success may not be noticeable, but in the end, thanks to long-term investments, they reach unprecedented heights. As a result, the time invested brings an excellent profit, so you can call it profitable. The graph clearly shows the dependence of work results on how we spend our time. For example, Warren Buffett, although he owns companies with hundreds of thousands of employees, is not completely absorbed in the work. According to him, he devotes 80% of

7 misconceptions about schizophrenia that educated people are ashamed to believe

 7 misconceptions about schizophrenia that educated people are ashamed to believe  There are a lot of prejudices around any mental disorders, but schizophrenia is particularly unlucky. What to hide, we are a little afraid of people with this diagnosis, and this is not surprising — the media image of the disease is not very sympathetic. In films, schizophrenia takes its owners out of everyday life into a special world, making people either geniuses or murderers — you don't understand. Together with the pharmaceutical company "Gideon Richter" we figured out where the truth is and where the error is. Myth 1. Schizophrenia is a rare disease Compared to other mental disorders, schizophrenia is really not that common. It affects 20 million people worldwide with Schizophrenia, while 264 million people live with depression. But this is not a rare disease. In Russia, there is a list Of rare (orphan) diseases of rare diseases, which include conditions that occur in a maximum of 10