Most tourists have heard of Goa as a popular holiday destination in India. This tiny state sees millions of tourists each year and the numbers are only increasing. So what is it that brings travelers to this not so developed rustic state?
Many would echo Beaches. And quite rightly, Goa has beaches beyond one's counting skills. However, would it be right in saying that beaches are its sole crowd-puller? Of course not. There has to be something more to Goa than just sun, sea and sands?

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edwina1401
3 hours ago

My manager died by suicide in 1999.  Her death was a life-changing event for me.  It was not, however, my first experience with the subject of suicide in the workplace. I first found myself talking with a suicidal employee while on vacation with my husband in South Padre Island, Texas. I took a call from…

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njbruton
4 hours ago
Self
Your Attention

"We have these brief lives, and our only real choice is how we will fill them. Your attention is precious. Don't squander it. Don't throw it away. Don't let companies and products steal it from you. Don't let advertisers trick you into lusting after things you don't need. Don't let the media convince you to covet the lives of celebrities. Own your attention -- it's all you really have."
- Jonathan Harris

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swissdesigner
7 hours ago

It's often said of the characters in Anton Chekhov's plays that 'everyone talks,but no one listens.' The cast of feckless aristocrats inhabit a troubled world of melancholy, loss and ennui. They speak endlessly at each other of their dreams and disappointments, but they rarely pause to listen. Their relationships seem compromised by their own emotional deafness, their solipsism. They live lives of empty chat and listless languor, punctuated only by another trip to the samovar.

I wonder has the world of brand marketing something in common with Chekhov's? Could modern brands be accused of speaking without listening? Talking loud, but saying nothi

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skunkworks
7 hours ago