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Remember the times when you are stuck in to a problem and try to find a solution for it by yourself after trying all the resources you have. What do you usually do? You think for a while and BAAAMMM and idea comes in to your mind which help you solve your problem. A lot of people questions How can I change my life? We should all be having a problem solver mindset not a solution finder mindset.

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Sometimes just a mere thought that comes across our minds can change the way our world exists. It can change the lives we are living. A very simple example to make the picture clear is of the famous scientist “Newton”, when an apple fell down in front of him. His mind clicked with the idea of gravity and the era of classical physics began. Just like this the 21st century is flooded with a lot of examples where an idea changed the lifestyles.

A failed idea:

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We all know Thomas Edison and his tireless efforts to invent a bulb. He tried 1000 times to invent  a bulb .It means he had 1000 ideas of having that bulb invented and he didn’t felt crazy to try all of them because he probably knew that one of them is really going to work. After having that amazing shiny bulbs on our walls and at our side tables which make our night all lit up .We all are on the same page that all those ideas were worth trying.

Facebook (Change my life):

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Facebook was created behind the idea of knowing people. And making friends with them. Yeah, it sounds crazy too. To sit at your home beside your laptop and make friends in any part of the world without even going there. But now you cannot spend a day without checking on Facebook.

Google:

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Google was founded by two Ph.D. students, Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998. Google is a search engine and it was created to help people search for anything they want or need to know. Now a days Google is our one amazing teacher who has all the answers to all of our questions. I bet you ask more questions from Google than people in the past used to ask from their parents and teachers. (Change my life)

“Work on the things very hard that you think really matters in the world and don’t be afraid to fail.” – Larry Page

Instagram:

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Instagram was founded in 2009 by two students of Stanford University, Mike Krieger and Kevin Systorm. One day Kevin came up with an idea of photo sharing app and created it with Mike. Think about this, an app just for sharing pictures and nothing at all. Before Instagram became part of our lives it seemed crazy but now everyone is using it.

“We crossed 10,000 users within hours and I was like this is the best day of my life, this is amazing, right? At the end of the day, it kept growing so much I thought, are we counting wrong?” Mike Krieger

YouTube:

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It’s a platform where anyone can share and watch any video on any topic. You can use it to have some fun. And if you are in a mood you can study here and listen to the video lectures of your favorite teachers from around the world. If you are lucky enough to have some amazing talents like, a very good voice, cooking skills, beauty enhancing skills or anything else amazing that you think is worth sharing, you can create your own channel there and earn a handsome amount of money. Another “Change my life” kind of idea that actually worked.

WhatsApp:

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Jan Koum founded Whatsapp in 2008 after failing to get job at Facebook. Whatsapp is slowly replacing Facebook .There are a lot of apps for messaging but what makes this app special is that it is the easiest way of conversation when you are in to a group chat. You can have your profile picture on it,put your status there and also have a group chat facility. Plus its   emojis are very amazing .and they are as many as you can talk with the help of them without using words.

Careem:

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Careem is a car booking app currently operating in 53 cities globally. Elyas, Sheikha and Magnus simply worked on the problem of car booking to save time .And the solution made them billionaires.

Valuable Lessons To Learn From Entrepreneurs Around the World

Ted Talks:

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It began in 1984 as a conference based on, technology, entertainment and design.It was just based on sharing ideas. And now some of the ted talks can actually change your lives forever. It was designed to answer the question for people “Can you change my life?”. And guess what? that one idea changes millions of lives today.

Amazon:

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Where do you think the idea of online shopping came from?  The founder of amazon .com was thinking of a business product in context with the growing internet usage around the globe. Jeff named his site cedabra at first which then became amazon.com .He was working in a law street firm and when he came up with this idea. He says,

“It was a hard decision and I was looking for the right frame work in which to make that kind of important decision and the right frame work I found was, the regret minimization framework .So that’s just a nerdy way of saying that you want to  project  yourself to age 80 and then think back on your life  and if you are 81 you want to minimize the number of regrets you have throughout that period of time.It was a great clear way for me to think about making that kind of life decision. I thought if I go do this thing and if I fail, am I going to regret, I knew the answer was, NO but I also knew that if I didn’t try. I would always regret that.” – Jeff Bezos

Conclusion (Change my life):

So you have an idea or a solution to a very common problem, go work on it one thing that should be kept in mind is, if you are a fan of the amazing idea behind Facebook, twitter, YouTube and instagram. Read the stories of those who created them. Follow their beliefs but don’t copy their ideas. Because if you want to make Google you will end up making Firefox or Opera and  if you want to make YouTube you will end up making dailymotion. To make it clearer, be unique in your ideas, be yourself in your work. That will definitely change your life. We Born Realist believe in making ideas happen.

SO, DO YOU HAVE AN IDEA?

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Here Are 13 False Pregnancy Myths to Help All Mothers-to-Be

There are many myths and misconceptions attached to pregnancy. Here are some of the most commonly believed in myths and reasons why they are not true:

1. Wide Hips Can Make Childbirth Easier:

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When people talk about wide hips in the context of childbirth they are usually referring to a wider ilium. However, the distance between the iliac crests and the size of the birth canal are totally unrelated. During childbirth, it is the hole in the middle of the pelvic bone that counts and it can be big or small irrelevant of the size of the hips.

2. The Size And Shape Of The Belly Can Tell Whether It’s A Boy Or A Girl:

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Most people try to guess the gender of the baby by looking at the shape of a pregnant woman’s belly. Although it will make things quite easier if it were true but it is not. The size and shape of the belly are affected by the size of the fetus and its position in the womb.

3. Frequent Ultrasounds Are Unsafe For The Baby:

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There is no scientific backing to the myth that getting an ultrasound could harm a mother or her unborn child. People often confuse ultrasound with radiation. Ultrasound is just high-frequency sound waves which produce an image on the screen after bouncing off of the fetus and are safe.

4. It’s Bad For The Baby To Lie On Your Stomach:

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The baby is well protected inside the muscular uterus and lying on the stomach would not harm it, as long as it feels comfortable.

5. Running While Pregnant Is Bad:Image result for pregnant woman running shutterstock

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Becoming pregnant does not mean you should give up running. As long as you have a safe pregnancy and your doctor gives you a go ahead, it is completely fine for you to continue running.

6. Morning Sickness Only Happens In The Morning And During The First Trimester:Image result for morning sickness shutterstock

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Majority of the pregnant women suffering from nausea but only a small percentage of it suffer it in the morning. It can be an all day thing and while for most women it does end after the first trimester for some it can go on until the time of delivery.

7. Lifting Your Arms Above Your Head Could Strangle The Baby:Image result

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Lifting your arms around your head cannot cause the umbilical cord to wrap around your baby’s neck. In fact, none of your movements can have an effect on the position of the umbilical cord and a lot of babies are born with the umbilical cord wound around their neck and is easily removed by the doctor.

8. You Would Have To Get Rid Of Your Cat:

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Cats can be the carrier of a rare birth defect causing disease called toxoplasmosis. However, this does not mean you have to say goodbye to your pet as soon as you get pregnant. It is recommended to avoid cleaning the litter box and if you do not have anyone to do it for you wear gloves while doing it and immediately wash your hands afterwards.

9. Pregnancy Is The Best Time Of The Life For All Women:

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The general conception goes round that being pregnant is the happiest time in a woman’s life. In reality, many pregnant can feel stressed, afraid and general feelings of unhappiness. A small percentage of women even suffer from symptoms of depression. This can happen due to the changing hormones in a woman’s body which ultimately affect the brain and mood center. If a woman experiences depressive symptoms it should be treated as it can have adverse effects on the health of the mother and baby.

10. It Is Okay To Drink Once In A While:

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When you drink alcohol while pregnant, so does your baby as it can pass freely through the placenta. This can increase the baby being born with some physical or mental birth defect. While it is hard to determine the safe amount of alcohol that can be consumed without harming the baby it is best to stay away from alcohol altogether during the course of pregnancy.

11. You Lose All Your Pregnancy Weight During The Delivery:

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The extra pregnancy weight gain is due to the amalgamation of the weight of the baby, placenta, breasts, the increased volumes of blood and body fluid in the body and some extra fat. While the weight of the baby, placenta and amniotic fluid is immediately lost after the delivery, it takes a couple of weeks to lose the weight gained by fluid and also fat depending on how much you gained.

12. A C-section Is The Easy Way Out:Image result

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When it comes to delivery there is no easy way out. Many pregnant women believe that a C-section is the less painful and safer way of delivery. However, in reality, a c section could be pretty painful as well the only difference is you feel the pain after the baby had been born, unlike the vaginal birth. It can also pose complications later and is only recommended by doctors when the benefits outweigh the dangers.

13. The Fetus Is Unaffected By The Outside Events:

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For a long time, it was believed that babies are born oblivious to their outside environment. In truth, babies can hear sounds and recognize their mother’s voice while inside the womb. They are also able to detect light and taste the food by licking the placental wall.

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Here Are 24 Tweets That Prove Pets Change Lives for the Better

Pets are amazing. They can easily become your best friend and these hilarious tweets prove that there is never a dull moment with them:

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Doesn’t looking at these make you want to get a pet.

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People Had Varying Opinions on This Artist Impression of “Realistically Proportioned Disney Princesses” and We Thought You Should Be Able To Form Your Own.

People’s opinions around the world often vary because of the different circumstances they live in. And living in a world with so many different kinds of people often means that they’ll conflict on matters from time to time. Something similar happened when an artist posted a picture of a what he thought “Realistically proportioned” Disney princesses would look like.

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The following comments followed and one woman, in particular, had a strong response,

 

several people seemed to agree with her,

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Other people soon started appearing in the comments box with their own opinions, an artist gave his expert opinion,

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This commenter made us all aware that Disney had been wrong in several respects,

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People continued discussing what body acceptance really was;

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Tell us what you think about the realistically proportioned Disney princesses in the comments!

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