Inspirational

Why The Traditional Office Is Dead

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It’s Friday evening here in New Zealand, and another work week has just reached the end of the line.

My commuting costs were nil, my conversations with coworkers and managers were limited to the comfortable arms-length of phone calls and email, and no one disrupted my work by demanding that I attend to their needs right now, like some sort of needy toddler.

To this slightly-reclusive introvert, it was bliss.

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5 Things I Have Learned From a Year of Blogging

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It’s hard to believe that it was just over a year ago that TruthInjected was born. When I held my breath and hit “Publish” on my first post, I didn’t expect that TI would have garnered the readership that has today.

And yet, here we are. People from over 50 countries, spanning all inhabited continents, have read articles on TI.

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May the Odds be Ever in Your Favour

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When I was studying at university, my aspiration was to become a professional gambler.

That’s right – I wanted to make my millions through betting on football matches. Now, I’m not talking about going to the bookies and taking a punt on the season’s designated punching bag because they are paying $20 to beat the best team in the league and just continuing to place irrational bets because I “have to make it back”. That’s what is known as problem gambling, and I was going to become a responsible gambler.

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Roll Out the Red Carpet to Haters

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I’ve had an extremely rare experience in the realm of blogging – in over a year of publishing posts here on TruthInjected, I haven’t encountered a single hater.

It isn’t as though I have inconvenienced myself to avoid controversial topics. So far, I’ve tackled feminism, supported Trump pre-election, and even took on religion.

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How to Evolve Exponentially

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When I was 16 and taking a gap year because I was sick of the banality of academia, and nowhere near ready mentally to take on a degree course, I took whatever job I could find.

That job was driving forklifts, lugging bags of concrete and cutting timber to size for builders. Everyone at my work hated their job. It was a place that “dreams go to die”, as I was advised by a colleague when I first started working there. I was apparently making a huge mistake.

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How to Quit Any Habit FOR GOOD!

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Hi everyone, my name is Tim and I am an addict.

(insert “Hello, Tim” in a monotonous, droning chorus)

It has been 2 months since I smoked my last cigarette.

That’s right. The expensive, health-sapping habit that I followed for 7 years is no more. I’d like to share what led to me quitting, and how this can be applied to quitting ANY habit.

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What is the Meaning of Life?

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It’s the question that is as old as time itself. Ever since humans have been cognizant of their own existence, noblemen with their cognac, philosophers with the cigars, scholars in their libraries, beggars in the depths of their despair and students over bottles of cheap wine have asked the question:

Why are we here? Or in the case of the individual, why am I here?

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