Just because people in other countries are different from here doesn't mean that they must have ulterior motives.Why can't people be naturally different or have different attitudes and behaviors without having ulterior motives or something fishy up their sleeve?These people make snap judgments about something they know nothing about.However, this common myth is completely wrong, and I will demonstrate this from every factual angle. Before I begin though, remember that Americans are not the standard to compare the rest of the world by.Many ignorant Westerners (who have never been to Russia obviously) believe that most women in Russia are desperate to leave their country and get a green card to America, or they pose that as the explanation for why Russian women treat us men so much better and are more open and friendly than their Western counterparts.This myth is especially common among feminists and arrogant men. Fill in the blank: If you really knew me, you'd know_____. What quality in having done by the end of your life? What kind of impact do you believe you have on people?
John Mc Laren, once the Mariners' manager and now the Phillies' bullpen coach, is an ex-catcher, too.
If you're an entrepreneur (or really any working adult), chances are you spend more of your waking hours with coworkers than with your own family.
And knowing how important relationships are to your happiness, I'd like to encourage you to spend a little less time hyper-attached to technology and a little more time building deeper connections with people that matter to you--at home and at work.
Their entry into careers and first jobs has been badly set back by the Great Recession, but they are more upbeat than their elders about their own economic futures as well as about the overall state of the nation.) They embrace multiple modes of self-expression.
Three-quarters have created a profile on a social networking site.