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succeed in life entertainment + news job search--> > help succeed in life founder's story get inspired to succeed in life. get entertained and enjoy life. make new friends archives (success library) + 2015 januaryfebruarymarchaprilmayjunejulyaugustseptemberoctobernovemberdecember + 2016 januaryfebruarymarchaprilmayjunejulyaugustseptemberoctobernovemberdecember + 2017 january share       post photo/video to tag a contact click and type name in space above public contacts share public contacts choose a thumbnail --> no thumbnail 4 william kaboro 7 sentences successful people never say (businessinsider.com) success is not something that can be accomplished overnight. it takes a lot of hard work, time and sheer dedication. every successful leader, entrepreneur or idealist has had their own unique journey as they strove for what they believed in and proved to society that anyone can break free from the chains they think are holding them back. although each of them had different a different path, their destination was the same: success. there are many factors which tie these successful individuals together, one of them being how they grew and matured along the journey. steve siebold, author of “how rich people think,” interviewed more than a thousand millionaires over three decades to learn what led them to their success and wealth. the answer was quite simple: steve learned that it did not matter where they were born, or even to whom — what really made these millionaires stand out was their mentality, the drive to reach their goals while letting nothing hold them back. this mindset led these individuals to wealth. here are seven sentences you’ll never hear a successful person say because they contradict that unstoppable attitude. 1. “i hate my job” one highly-admired quality in successful people is that they are never too opinionated about their job or workplace, irrespective of what they might be doing at any point in life. even if they are in a situation which is uncomfortable or are surrounded with negative energy, they always avoid statements like the above. these negative elements do nothing but slow you down in your journey to achieve success. instead of insulting a person, the job or the company, they seek to resolve issue with proper facts, tactics and complete neutrality. 2. “that’s not fair” did your rival receive an award, appraisal, or recognition and you got nothing, while you’re twice as dedicated and productive? a mistake successful people never make is ranting and raving about the injustices of life. unfairness is something you have to get used to. success is not gifted to you — you have to work to earn it, and in the midst of doing that you need to show you deserve it. instead of whining and complaining, the secret of being able to move on is to be proactive about such issues and not reactive. causing a scene will only affect you negatively. if you think you were much more deserving, prove it by making a strong case and presenting it. 3. “that’s not how it’s done here” innovation is a key characteristic of successful people, whichever fields they might be in. you have to learn to embrace new things and not be afraid of doing away with conventions. nobody ever achieved anything great without trying something new. take steve jobs for instance: mr. jobs was very passionate about innovation and such passion led to amazing creations like the iphone and the ipad, devices that changed the world. jobs once said, “innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.” darlene price, president of well said, inc., shared some advice with business insider about keeping an open mind and innovating at work. “even if you disagree with someone’s idea, say instead, ‘wow, that’s an interesting idea. how would that work?'” price said. “or, ‘that’s a different approach. let’s discuss the pros and cons.'” don’t be obstinate and afraid to try new things — that’s not the way success is achieved! 4. “that’s not my job” there is one big rule which successful individuals follow: if you are truly successful, you will help others succeed as well. an example of this can be taken from mr. warren buffett, who said, “someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.” becoming a team player is what helps you get closer to success, and if you are not a team player success will never come to you. you might be rich, you might be successful, but the hard work and dedication of your employees and members of your business or organization are the real reason behind your success and your reputation. 5. “that’s impossible” successful people know that boundaries and limits are only creations of the mind, and we ourselves give birth to such restrictions. such statements needlessly hold you back from achieving greatness. achievers do not complain about barriers or hurdles; instead they find a way around obstacles and use their creativity to challenge them. negative words like “can’t,” “won’t,” and “impossible” are never heard from the mouths of successful individuals. they know complaining will not help them, but actually doing something about the issue at hand will. 6. “i could have” regret is the worst feeling an individual can face, to keep revisiting times when they “could have” done something, the situation was out of hand or else they “would have,” now realizing that they “should have.” successful individuals do not give themselves the opportunity to regret. this is due to two reasons: either they take the opportunity, no matter the odds, and turn the tables around; or they move on and find another opportunity that awaits. regret is never going to serve anyone. 7. “i have no choice” there are always options and opportunities at hand, and successful people know how to create their own way to these opportunities. price pointed out, “to say we have no choice in the matter implies that we perceive ourselves as a victim, that we are less powerful than our environment.” friday 9:46am   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet view all 4 comments alice khumalo   what you say is very important. friday 11:16am  ·  charles kiprono   language seems to be very important - the words that you use! monday 10:21am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 1 success team 3 money mistakes you must fix to get rich (kevin o'leary, bestselling author, photographer) i get a lot of questions about how to get rich, and i always give the same answer. don’t spend too much. mostly save. always invest. seems simple enough, right? yet so many people do the exact opposite—invest poorly, spend way too much, save almost nothing, and remain willfully ignorant about their finances. why? because they don’t understand their relationship to money. the first step in changing money habits is taking a cold hard look at your financial input and output. here’s what you need to do: boil your money matters down to one simple number by adding up all your earnings and subtracting all your expenditures over three months. i call this your 90-day number. once you write that 90-day number down you’ll be faced with one of two truths. 1.your number is positive. congratulations, you’re one of the few people taking in more money than you spend! 2.your number is in the negatives, and like the majority of men and women, you spend more than you make. the good news is that no matter what your 90-day number teaches you about your relationship with money, there’s always room to improve. i’m going to help you do exactly that by pointing out 3 money mistakes everybody makes at some point in their lives, and teaching you how to fix them. money mistake #1: you’re drowning in credit debt. the fix: read the fine print spending too much is a disease, and credit card debt is a cancer. the first time you get a credit card bill and don’t pay off the full balance, you’ve let the first financial cancer cell into your life. next time you get a credit card bill in the mail, put your glasses on and take a good, hard look at the fine print. credit card companies are required by law to tell you how many years it will take you to pay off your balance if you pay the minimum each month. in most instances, this number is a monstrous thing to behold. with typical compound interest rates averaging around 16%, this black hole of debt keeps growing, and growing, and growing. once you take a look at the fine print, you must start dedicating every spare penny you have to paying off your credit. if you want to get rich, you need to eliminate your debt first. money mistake #2: spending makes you happy the fix: get a handle on emotional spending most men and women who spend too much do so because it feels good, temporarily. but as i always say, mixing money with emotions is a toxic combination. don’t go shopping to change your mood. it might make you feel better in the short term, but i promise: the long-term fulfillment of saving and growing your money far outweighs the temporary satisfaction of retail therapy. recognize when you’re about to spend with your emotions, and go for a walk, cook, or read instead. do anything; just don’t head for the mall! money mistake #3: frugality isn’t fun the fix: create a “fun money” fund many people who commit themselves 100% to eliminating debt and saving money find that a certain joylessness creeps in after a while. the same thing happens to dieters who deprive themselves of all their favorite foods for months, and then cave to late-night binges. that’s not a way to live, and that’s not what i advocate. austerity, yes; deprivation, no. the key is to include spending on fun things in your budget. set aside a manageable percentage every week in a fund that will let you splurge with cash. go out for lunch, get your hair done, or use your fun money to go on a vacation—do whatever you want, as long as you pay for it outright. this way you can enjoy your splurges without feeling guilty! monday 10:13am   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet charles kiprono   cool! monday 10:20am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 4 kelvin kariuki i need financial freedom while still young.please help. thursday 10:49pm   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet view all 3 comments paul kamau   you have company here. me too! friday 10:09am  ·  alice khumalo   cool friday 11:16am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 5 sb onetwothree "do the one thing you think you cannot do. fail at it. try again. do better the second time. the only people who never tumble are those who never mount the high wire. this is your moment. own it." - oprah winfrey thursday 11:10am   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet to tag a contact click and type name in space above 4 william kaboro a point of view: why the rich look down on the poor (bbc news – by historian mary beard, professor of classics at cambridge university) in the ancient world, the rich held themselves to very different standards from the poor. not much has changed, argues classical historian mary beard. low life in ancient rome could be very low indeed. there were gangs of ne'er-do-wells and down-and-outs who spent all night in cheap bars, drowning their sorrows. apart from talk about the top chariot racers (the ancient equivalent of footballers), the only entertainment on offer was brawling and gambling. they would sit hunched over their gaming tables, making horrible snorting sounds through their quivering nostrils. (the greeks and romans seem to have been particularly sensitive to odd nasal noises. one pundit in the early 2nd century - the aptly named dio the golden mouth - gave a whole lecture to the people of the city of tarsus, urging them to control their snorting. it must count as one of the most curious works of ancient literature to have come down to us.) needless to say, this picture of the life of the roman poor as one of wall-to-wall boozing and gambling does not come from the poor themselves. i've been quoting, more or less word for word, the description of social conditions in the capital city of the roman empire given by a decidedly upmarket historian of the 4th century, ammianus marcellinus. to be fair to ammianus, he had some pretty sharp things to say about the elite, too. they're the sort of people who are all over you one day and don't even recognise you the next, the sort who spend far too much money on posh dining or - to introduce a characteristically roman touch - the sort who surround themselves with battalions of eunuch servants. but his view of the behaviour of the underclass is the kind of fantasy that the rich have had about the poor ever since. my guess is that ammianus had never actually set foot in an ordinary roman bar and had never thought about the sheer illogicality of what he was claiming - if these guys really were desperately poor, how on earth could they afford to drink all night? as for the gambling, it's a classic case of moral double standards. the roman elite were keen gamblers. the emperor claudius even wrote a book about how to win at dice, and one of the most famous phrases ever spoken by a roman general comes straight from the gaming table: "alea iacta est" (the die is cast), as julius caesar is supposed to have said as he crossed the river rubicon in 49bc. but as soon as the poor showed any similar fondness for games of chance, the elite got into a frightful sweat and started predicting imminent moral collapse. “start quote if i'd been advising andrew mitchell, my line would have been an unrepentant one: 'if i did use the word pleb - or better plebs - it would have been intended to flatter the officer'” end quote it's not all that different from the double standards on view at the lady chatterley trial in 1960, when the prosecuting counsel famously suggested that it was the kind of book that people like himself could be trusted with, but asked if it was something one would wish one's wife or servants to read? ammianus, i am sure, would have said firmly no.   by and large, posh romans didn't have much time for poor romans, free or slave - although they were no doubt a bit scared of them too. they regularly referred to them as a "turba" (rabble) or "multitudo" (the masses). interestingly, given the recent fuss, plebs wasn't usually their insult of choice. it's true that they did sometimes use the word in that way. the historian tacitus, for example, wrote of the plebs sordida (and you don't need me to translate that). but plebs was just as often used to refer, in neutral or even complimentary terms, to the noble stock of the worthy roman yeomanry. it was only in english, and in the late 18th century that the word lost its final "s" and became solely derogatory, as in "you filthy little pleb". in fact, if i'd been advising andrew mitchell after his spot of bother, my line would have been an unrepentant one: "if i did use the word pleb - or better plebs - it would have been intended to flatter the officer." but whatever slurs and nicknames were used, the misdemeanours attributed to the ancient roman poor by their rich critics are strikingly similar to those we still hear now. for a start, the poor were often said to be guilty of abusing the services offered to them - not by the welfare state but by rich benefactors. in the popular imagination, the word pleb evokes images of the public school boy putting down his social inferiors. but where does the word come from? ammianus, for example, pointed in disgust to the way that the poor spent their days lurking under the awnings in the theatre, which had actually been put up so that the ordinary roman theatre-goers could be protected from the beating sun during performances in the open air. here, he huffed, were people practically living under them. presumably it hadn't occurred to him that these must have been people with nowhere else to go for shelter. i mean, why spend your life under an awning if you've got a home to go to? theatre awnings aren't of course a big issue for us. but, all the same, ammianus' moans have got quite a lot in common with modern complaints about "benefit scroungers" (and about as little hard logic). my mother, who had lived through the foundation of the nhs, always remembered how in the late 1940s and early 50s the press was full of stories about people who were bringing the nation to its financial knees by managing to acquire not just one, but two, pairs of nhs spectacles, as well as two pairs of nhs false teeth. as she often pointed out, what could you possibly have needed two pairs of dentures for? to have a spare, in case you lost one? more recent obsessions have focused on those immoral wastrels who supposedly choose to have another baby in order to increase their state benefits by a couple of thousand a year. i guess that there may be a few people who do try this - if so, they probably need a few lessons in home economics and maths rather than in morals. but what a preposterous view of the whole reproductive process you must have, with all its uncertainties, pain, disruption, responsibilities and expense, to imagine that people are going down this route in large numbers. it's not a line i hear coming from many women. the other way in which the comfortably-off traditionally talk of those less fortunate than themselves is, of course, to divide them into the good poor and the bad poor. in fact, when tacitus wrote of the plebs sordida it was explicitly to contrast them with what he called "the respectable elements among the common people". talking about the death of the monstrous emperor nero, he claimed the "filthy poor", the squanderers and the racing addicts, lamented the death (for nero had been an easy touch for entertainments and hand-outs). predictably enough, the "respectable elements" were those who welcomed the new regime of austerity and cost-cutting under the in-coming emperor galba. that division is still with us. the 19th century notoriously had its "deserving" and "undeserving poor". our own equivalent of the "deserving poor" is "hard-working families". politicians of all parties are forever parroting this pious phrase on television or radio. it's almost as if they've been told to never say the simple word "families" without its knee-jerk accompanying adjective. maybe i'm peculiarly counter-suggestible. but whenever i hear them at it, i feel a great well of support coming over me for the feckless and lazy, or - for heaven's sake - for the singletons who don't have families. are you any less worthy of our political time and care just because you haven't got kids? but there are more serious points at issue here. for a start, it doesn't take much political calculation to see that if you treat some people as undeserving, they will quickly become so. there's no surer way to turn a child into a problem then to relegate him or her to the "naughty step". but - ok, at the risk of sounding a bit pious myself - there's also a niggling question of human progress. it would be nice to think that we had actually "come on a bit" since the time of ammianus more than 1,500 years ago. in some respects, of course, we have - let's count ourselves lucky that the rich today don't surround themselves with battalions of castrated servants. but wouldn't it also be a sign of the advance of civilisation if we treated everyone as worth caring for, whether deserving or hard working or not. it would be nice to think, in other words, that we could make it a priority to look after the anti-social, the overweight, the smokers, the plebs sordida and the snorter too. i'm afraid we don't do that yet. "honk honk!" as the snorter would say. thursday 10:53am   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet view all 4 comments peter maina   i will join the rich club, god willing. inshallah! thursday 12:44pm  ·  alice khumalo   the rich have more confidence. call it arrogance if you wish. friday 11:17am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 8 success team 10 foolish résumé (cv) mistakes that could cost you the job (businessnewsdaily) foolish mistakes creating a résumé may seem relatively simple, but you might be surprised by some of the things hiring managers say are big no-no's on résumés. they say they see these mistakes all the time. here are their tips on how to avoid making a fool of yourself the next time you send out a résumé. too many details details you can leave out, according to nancy shuman, chief marketing officer at lloyd staffing, include multiple phone numbers (one is good, preferably a cell with a professional sounding greeting), reference names and contacts, salary by position, and addresses of companies or schools. shuman said employers can always ask for this data later. distracting facts "know the line between good information and too much information," said sara sutton fell, ceo of flexjobs, a job service site for finding flexible employment. "i once had a candidate apply for a job, and listed on his résumé under 'awards & honors' was 'pig wrestling champion – multiple wins in the large pig division.' this information, while it did most definitely differentiate the candidate, wasn’t in the least related to the job at hand, and was more of a distraction than a positive addition to his application." a photo "many people make the mistake of adding a photo of themselves to their résumé, thinking that their good looks will help get them an interview," said brooke bakalar sloane of marketing agency golinharris. "however, a company legally cannot consider your picture in determining whether or not you are qualified for a position, and thus many companies immediately discard résumés with photos." foolish fonts "using comic sans, papyrus or any other cheesy font screams 'i don't know what i'm doing,'" said garry polmateer, principal, information strategy company, red argyle. cute email addresses inappropriate or "cutesy" email addresses, are a no-no, say kyra mancine and stacey bershod of catalog company qci direct. "get an email address that is professional to put on the top of your résumé," they write. "seeing 'loverboy22@hotmail.com' or whatever is not going to win you any points in the job search." odd hobbies "don't put strange hobbies or interests on your résumé," said kevin spence, president of career thoughts, a career guidance website. "there are better ways to show off your individuality. i once had an applicant who mentioned on his résumé that he was a marionette and knife collector. those may both be legitimate hobbies, but my 'serial-killer alarm' went off. he may have been qualified for the position, but he didn't get a call back." elementary school "i don't think you should put your elementary school on your résumé," said elaine simon, assistant manager at efa diamonds. "of course, i am interested in any college degrees a candidate may have, as well as any vocational training." too much blank space "i'm not saying to make it so wordy and crowded that it looks like a newspaper, but having a résumé that is only half a page tells me that you don't have enough job and/or life experiences," said brenna smith, founder and ceo of shenow. "even if you've never had a job, you should at least have volunteer work, extracurricular activities, leadership positions, etc. don't submit a résumé showing only your objective and education." a second page "one should not have a second page unless it's simply listing references or is something that provides an example of what the résumé itself references," said sean smith, president of advertising agency third street. "if you can't get your résumé down to one page, it sends a message that you lack the ability to communicate in a succinct manner – which is becoming increasingly crucial in our bullet-point, social media world." careless inaccuracies "take great care to get work dates, titles and responsibilities consistent and correct," advises patrick lynch, president of career consulting firm the frontier group. "i have seen clients who have had inconsistencies between their résumé and linkedin cause them issues when interviewing. i have also seen the worst-case scenario where a job offer was rescinded because one of the candidate's job titles was not corroborated by their past employer." wednesday 9:43am   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet charles kiprono   true. you need to review the cv thoroughly before sending it out! wednesday 11:44am  ·  alice khumalo   a cv is not to be issued out in a hurry. take time to read through it and polish it. friday 11:18am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 7 success team 10 surprising things you should put on your résumé (cv) (businessnewsdaily) you might be surprised figuring out what to include on your résumé can be a real headache. too much information, and you risk overwhelming the reader. too little, and you might not stand out from the crowd. the trick to striking the right balance is including the most effective information, especially things that might catch a hiring manager's eye. here are 10 surprising items you might want to include on your résumé. politics conventional wisdom says don't talk about politics at work, but surprisingly, experts say including political stances on your résumé is a good way to see if you are a good fit for a company. "every job seeker wants to find common ground and a connection to the company or hiring manager," said chris westfall, a professional development coach and author of "the new elevator pitch" (marie street press, 2012). "what better way to make a connection than through the causes that you support? if you support causes that are not encouraged by your employer, that's something you need to know before you accept the job!" lots of details don't worry that you'll overwhelm the person reading your résumé with too much detail. details about your responsibilities at past jobs will help a hiring manager decide if you're a good fit. "hiring managers want specific, quantifiable examples of your past successes, not mere job descriptions of past positions you held," said charles purdy, senior editor and career-advice expert at monster.com. "find a way to tell stories of how your past work improved a company's or organization's bottom line, and use those numbers." failures the last items you'd think belong on your résumé are the things you did wrong at your last job, but one expert says featuring your failures can actually help you get a job. "one non-intuitive thing employers want to see on a résumé is failure," said phil rosenberg, president of recareered.com. "employers want to see that you've tried, failed and learned from your failure, all on a prior employer's dime. this demonstrates innovation, willingness to teach risks, [and] faster reaction and response time. it is also a learning experience, and failure teaches success." travel details about your travel experience might seem out of place on a professional résumé, but that's not the case, one recruiting expert says. "i love to see job seekers who have spent a decent amount of time abroad, [whether] for education, employment or volunteer work," said rachel dotson, content manager at ziprecruiter.com. "this type of experience suggests several important things about the candidate. for example, they are not afraid to leave their comfort zone, they are aware and independent, and they have worked in unfamiliar situations with unfamiliar groups. while there is no guarantee that these characteristics are true of every person who has gone abroad, the experience itself is certainly enough to pique my interest." low-level jobs even if you think that some of your past jobs are trivial, one expert says they may still help you get a job. cody teets, author of "golden opportunity: remarkable careers that began at mcdonald's" (cider mill press, 2012) said employers know that working at a fast-food restaurant isn't easy, and it can help a job seeker’s résumé stand out. teets, who is now vice president and general manager of mcdonald's rocky mountain region, said employers value the things that workers learn at their early jobs. at mcdonald's, for example, workers learn to operate as part of a team, to challenge themselves and to roll with the punches, all skills that will come in handy at any job. qr codes lest you think using a qr code (quick response code, or matrix barcode) on your résumé will make you look a little too eager, one hiring expert said, it will actually have the opposite effect. "even if the qr code might only contain a link to the person's linkedin profile, or their phone number, it shows a comfort level [with] and knowledge of technology," bruce hurwitz, president and ceo of hurwitz strategic staffing. side projects even if potential employees are working on side projects unrelated to the full-time job they are seeking, it may be worthwhile to include those efforts on a résumé, one expert said. any kind of side venture, side business or project that could be indirectly related to the full-time work you're pursuing is a good idea, said dana leavy-detrick, small business consultant at aspyre. "this is a great way to show employers that you're using your own time to acquire and grow skills outside of the job that will help you develop and contribute in the long-run. it's also a great way for job seekers to engage in the type of work and learn the type of skills that really interest them." awards or recognition one expert also suggests job candidates should forget about being humble and should brag a bit on their résumés. in particular, you should be sure to include any past awards on your résumé. "one thing that top employers consistently seek out is proof that a given candidate is uncommonly talented or driven," said mike junge, a recruiting, staffing and career expert. "this is particularly true if the talent or drive is directly relevant to the job at hand, but it's also true for applicants who have competed at a high level in other areas. high-performing companies are always looking for an edge in the marketplace, and having a team of competitive and passionate employees on board can provide a significant advantage." sports even if you don't play anymore, competing as an athlete can help you get a job. "many hiring managers proactively search for and prioritize candidates who have played college sports, particularly as part of a team sport," said susie hall, president of talent agency, vitamin t. "most often, those candidates know what it takes to function as part of a team, from pulling your own weight to jumping in to do what's necessary to win. if they've carried a sport into college, they've had to work that into a busy schedule and cut into precious free time. so they're likely to know how to juggle priorities. they are also inspired to win." jan 17, 2017   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet elvis otieno   quite surprising wednesday 10:41am  ·  charles kiprono   this is good! wednesday 11:43am  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 5 sb onetwothree supreme self confidence is very important for success "i am the greatest. i said that even before i knew i was.” - boxer mohammed ali jan 16, 2017   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet eunice wasike   self actualisation jan 16, 2017  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above 5 william kaboro you need a lot of self confidence for your success. belief in self... 18041987 jan 16, 2017   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet william kaboro   then you will not be wasting valuable time trying to fight other people. jan 16, 2017  ·  1 to tag a contact click and type name in space above 5 william kaboro this is a no, no! 18041987 jan 16, 2017   ·  publiccontacts   ·   comment share   ·   tweet view all 4 comments charles kiprono   if you are "stupid", in your own view, then how do you expect the world to treat you? you are done! jan 16, 2017  ·  1 sb onetwothree   remember: the world will never give you more value than you give to yourself. jan 16, 2017  ·  to tag a contact click and type name in space above enjoy & benefit more to be able to post or comment, login   or   register find bestseller music find bestseller mp3 downloads find bestseller video games --> let us keep our site pleasing to all users. report violation of site terms and privacy policy to: admin(at)successbook123(.)com follow @successbook123 disclosure: we are compensated for our reviews. click here for details successbook one two three limited. about us   ·   privacy   ·   terms   ·   disclaimer   ·   help follow @successbook123 log in log in to share, comment, chat with the successbook123 community. no account yet? sign up. sign in with facebook or email password log in keep me logged in    forgot your password? create a free account to experience successbook123 to the fullest. already have an account? log in. sign in with facebook or first name: last name: your email: re-enter email: new password: i am: birthday: select sex: female male month: january february march april may june july august september october november december day: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 year: 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 please enter the words below. if not visible, try other words. 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