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Daily Reminders for a Successful Life

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I was asked to give a speech at The 7s summit for creative Entrepreneurs, business executives, scientists and their work in the fields of business, science, marketing, arts, and education. Although, I still have a long way to go, I’ve figured four main points that have guided me along the road. Personally, I like to call them quick success reminders, however, you can call them whatever you want, and keep in mind that you as well can figure out your own beliefs, practices and what works best for you.

Here’s what I daily remind myself of: 

Hold on to your dream: 

What is that dream or goal you would like to reach? Have all the time you need to form a solid idea of what your goal really is, hold on to that dream tightly and chase it down. You will definitely face rejection, mockery and obstacles along the way, even those in your family may not understand what you are fighting to achieve that they end up fighting you. Don’t give up on your dream! Because giving up means losing your passionate soul; and I’m sure you don’t want to spend the rest of your days living someone else’s life.

Work on your skills:

You will collapse. You will experience moments of total defeat and failure. It takes guts to dream, and strong well to make it true. Remember, you can’t shape the circumstances around you, but you can always control yourself. Strengthen your skills, expand your capabilities, and work on your weaknesses. Invest in yourself because that’s the only kind of investment that has absolutely no loss.

Be yourself:

As cliché as it sounds, being pretentious will not get you anywhere. Although, the world is full of dreamers and fighters, but not everyone is authentic enough to make it. Spend time with yourself and get to know your our own worth and uniqueness, do not be a copycat, the world is full of them already. Figure out who you are and always work to be your best self.

Stay down to earth:

Dream big, but always keep your feet on the ground. Those who strut vainly break and fall easily. Don’t let your success fool you and trick into becoming someone else, don’t let achievements blind you, and always keep your ego under control. Focus on the real job. True success doesn’t mean reaching the top of the mountain, but rather staying there.

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Egypt Jumps Up Four Places in the Climate Change Performance Index for 2019

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Minister of Environment Yasmin Fouad announced on Wednesday that Egypt has managed to jump four places in the Climate Change Performance Index for 2019 and now ranks the 24th place out of 57 evaluated countries.

The minster said in a press release that this progress is because of the many attributions that Egypt has adopted in addressing the effects of climate change, one of these attributions was participating in the presidential summit on climate change in Madrid.

Egypt has also received an invitation to join the COP25 climate change conference, which will take place in Madrid from December 2nd till the 13th.

According to a study by the Climate Change Performance Index 2019, Egypt successfully scored a total of 57.49 points, and Egypt is expected to continue this incredible progress through the promising plans and initiatives that will address the effects of climate change and hopefully help put an end to it.

 

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Mansour Mobilizes to Phase Out One-Use Plastic Bags

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The Mansour Group is proud to continue its environmentally friendly efforts by selling reusable, locally produced shopping bags at its Fresh Food Market stores.

The new waterproof eco-friendly bags are large, durable, and produced in partnership with the Degla Community Development Foundation, an organization that employs and empowers more than 65 skilled female bread earners.

Fresh Food Market is a premium retail gourmet chain and is part of the Metro Markets company owned by Mansour.

These efforts are a result of round-table discussions between Mansour, the Ministry of the Environment, and The Centre for Environment and Development for the Arab Region and Europe. The aim is to reduce Egypt’s reliance on plastic bags and move to safer alternatives.

Mansour’s environmental initiative aims to reduce reliance on plastic bags. They encourage their shoppers to buy locally produced bags instead of using plastic bags. They are also planning to implement these changes at all of their Metro and Kheir Zaman stores.

In 2015, they were able to reduce their overall annual electrical consumption by a third after converting all existing retail, factory, and building lights to efficient L.E.D. lighting. Such initiatives are part of Mansour’s broader environmental policies.

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Clean Shores: Environmental Campaign Kicks Off in Cairo and Aswan

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CleanShores‘ is the newest awareness campaign launched by the Youth Love Egypt foundation, the campaign kicked off in both Cairo and Aswan with the aim of spreading awareness among university students on environmental issues.

So far, the campaign has been carried out at Faculty of Pharmacy at Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST) in Cairo, and at Rawdat el-Salam School in Aswan.

The campaign saw positive engagement from students and faculty members, in Aswan for instance, a total of 23 school students, four supervisors and five members of the foundation participated in the campaign.

“Children’s participation in cleaning some areas overlooking the Nile River in Aswan was organized and followed-up by members of the campaign and supervisors,” Coordinator of the campaign Ayat Saad said.

The campaign was first launched last April with the aim of banning plastic use in North Africa, it saw the participation of institutions from several countries including, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt.

The campaign covered different governorates in Egypt which included, Cairo, Giza and Qalyubia, Damietta, Port Said, Ismailia, Red Sea, Assiut, Luxor and Aswan.

The campaign then was granted media sponsorship from the United Nations Information Center in Cairo and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

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