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Lamborghini Untamed DLC out now!

Postby Bojan » 02 Mar 2011, 17:38

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Lamborghini Diablo SV, Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV and Lamborghini Sesto Elemento can now be yours in Need for Speed Hot Pursuit if you get the Lamborghini Untamed DLC. It's available on the Xbox Live Marketplace for 560MSP and on the PSN store for $6.99. Apart from the 3 new cars, there's also 10 new events and 4 new achievements / trophies to collect.
The final DLC titled Porsche Unleashed will be available next Monday, March 8th.
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Postby [T][U][N][3][R] » 02 Mar 2011, 17:49

*rages*
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Postby ficko88 » 02 Mar 2011, 19:29

The DLC on PC is AWESOME! Oh wait ...
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Postby UltimateGTR » 02 Mar 2011, 21:50

Too bad they forget what brings NFS to the top and now they ignore this platform - PC. :evil:
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Postby [T][U][N][3][R] » 03 Mar 2011, 19:16

UltimateGTR wrote:Too bad they forget what brings NFS to the top and now they ignore this platform - PC. :evil:


They ain't the only ones.

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п»їInterpersonal Competence And Career and Life Success

In my work as an executive coach I have found that the single biggest mistake that people make is assuming that competence and performance are their ticket to success; when in fact they are merely the price of admission. Most people are good performers. It’s a huge mistake to think that good performance is the only element of a successful career.
As any executive mentor will tell you, it takes a combination of self confidence, positive personal impact, outstanding performance, communication skills and interpersonal competence to succeed in your career and life. People who are successful in their lives and careers have mastered all of these five elements, and excel in one or two of them.
Outstanding performance is very important to career and life success. It’s at the heart of the five success elements. No one can be successful without being a highly competent, outstanding performer. The incompetents and poor performers get identified and asked to leave or are placed in marginal positions pretty quickly. However, don’t forget the other four. You also have to be self confident, make a positive personal impact, have highly developed communication skills and act in an interpersonally competent manner if you are going to succeed. These four elements are necessary complements to outstanding performance.
This article is about interpersonal competence.
In my work as an executive coaching consultant, I have found that interpersonally competent people share at least three things in common:
1. Interpersonally competent people are self aware. They understand themselves, and as a result they understand others.
2. Interpersonally competent people build solid, long lasting mutually beneficial relationships with the people in their lives.
3. Interpersonally competent people are able to resolve conflicts with a minimal amount of problems and upset to relationships.
Self Awareness
It’s important to understand yourself – your likes and dislikes, your strengths and weaknesses – if for no other reason that the more you understand yourself, the easier it is for you to understand others. The more you understand about yourself, the better able you are to become the person you want to be. People with little self awareness tend to find life to be a constant struggle, as they continue to make the same mistakes over and over.
There are many commercially available self awareness instruments. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is one of the best know and most widely used today. The DISC is another self awareness instrument with which many people are familiar. All of these instruments are questionnaires designed to increase our self awareness by giving you insight into yourself.
However, I think the best way to get to understand yourself is through introspection and the feedback of those closest to you. Self understanding is the key to interpersonal competence. Without it, you cannot build strong relationships or deal constructively with conflict.
Here are some questions you can ask yourself about yourself in order to understand yourself.
• What makes me happy? Why?
• What make me sad? Why?
• What kinds of people do I enjoy? Why?
• What do I want from the people around me?
• What do I fear most?
• What causes me to feel happy?
• What causes me to feel sad?
• What causes me to feel angry?
• What causes me to feel frustrated?
• What do I love about my work?
• What do I dislike about my work?
• What am I most proud of about myself?
• What am I least proud of about myself?
• What are my strengths?
• What are my weaknesses?
• What motivates me?
• What stresses me?
• What relaxes me?
• What qualities do I see in others that I would like to see in myself but don’t? Why?
Think about these questions. Answer them as truthfully as you can. They will help you can a better understanding of yourself. Once you understand yourself, you can begin the process of building relationships with other important people in your life.
Relationships
I’d like to share a story about the importance of relationships.
A few months ago, I had a meeting with a potential client. I have known this guy for about 20 years. He was a new HR rep at the company where I worked prior to starting my consulting and coaching business. Now, he is a senior HR person with that same company and I am an executive coach.
A few weeks previous, we had a chance meeting. I followed up and asked if I could have a few minutes of his time to tell him what I’ve been doing recently. He said “sure”.
As we were chatting, he said something that really hit home. “When I was a young guy here, a lot of the people at your level didn’t pay a lot of attention to me. That wasn’t true of you. You were nice to me. I can remember you asking me if I’d like to go to lunch or dinner a few times. I was never able to make it, but I really appreciated you asking. Quite frankly, that’s the whole reason you’re here now. You treated me well many years ago when you didn’t have to.”
I told him that I really didn’t remember those things. He said, “I do, and they meant a lot to me.”
There is a common sense point here. Interpersonal competence comes from within. Build relationships, and treat people well because it’s the right thing to do – not because you have something to gain from it. People can spot a phony a mile away.
I have identified four tips for building strong relationships.
• Help people feel good about themselves.
• Listen.
• Put yourself in their shoes.
• Ask for their help.
Here are some of additional thoughts that build on these tips. If you use them, you will be able to build strong, lasting relationships with the people around you. A few of them overlap with the points I made in yesterday’s post on becoming a great conversationalist – as interpersonally competent people do well in conversations.
Work hard at relating well with all kinds of people. People who are different from you, might make you feel uncomfortable at first. However, they also have the potential for teaching you something you didn’t know.
Listen well and demonstrate your understanding of others’ points of view. As questions if you don’t understand, repeat your understanding to make sure you got it right.
Be a consensus builder. If you focus on where you agree with another person, you’ll find that it will be easier to resolve differences and come to agreement.
Learn how to relate to all kinds of people. Focus on building mutually beneficial relationships.
Put others at ease. Be diplomatic and tactful.
Be warm, pleasant and gracious and sensitive to the interpersonal needs and anxieties of others.
Be receptive to feedback.
Take a deep breath when you are angry. Don’t blow up. Present your side of things in a measured tone of voice.
Take responsibility for your feelings. Don’t blame others if you are unhappy.
Be easy to get to know. Share your feelings. Be open about your personal beliefs.
Be attentive to the needs of others. Listen actively. Set a goal of listening twice as much as you speak.
Avoid judging and criticizing and preparing your response while the other person is speaking. Instead, focus on understanding what they are saying, and the emotions behind what they are saying.
Show others the respect they deserve as human beings – listen to them and do your best to put yourself in their shoes. Respond to the feelings they share with you before responding with facts.
Be humble, not a know it all. Apologize when you’re at fault. Give people credit when they are correct.
Speak only when you have something to add to the conversation. Don’t make comments just to hear yourself speak. Refrain from stating the obvious.
Look people in the eye when you are speaking with them. Ask questions to clarify things that are not clear to you.
Acknowledge other people for their contributions and talents. Everyone likes to hear nice thing about themselves.
Conflict
Most people dislike conflict – and for good reason, nothing good usually comes of it. However, this doesn’t have to be so. Interpersonally competent people use conflict as a tool to enhance relationships and creativity.
The single best piece of advice I’ve ever received on dealing with conflict came in the book "Getting to Yes": when you are in conflict with another person, focus on where you agree, not disagree. This is not as easy to do as it sounds; as conflict by definition involved disagreement. However, if you focus on where you agree, it is easier to build a consensus and resolve the conflict. You’re working from something positive (points of agreement), rather than negative (points of disagreement).
However, no matter how good you are at dealing with people, there will be times when you get into an interpersonal conflict. Here is a model for resolving interpersonal conflicts:
• Agree on the real issue. Talk about it.
• Ask why. Why is this a problem? Why does it need to be resolved?
• Come up with lots of ideas that could resolve the issue for both of you.
• Choose the best idea – be willing to compromise.
• Decide what each of you has to do to make the idea work.
• Bring closure – shake hands, repeat your commitment, say “thanks”.
• Follow through on your commitments.
The following general guidelines are helpful when you find yourself in a conflict situation.
Use conflict as an opportunity to develop creative solutions to problems and issues. Treat conflict as a learning opportunity. It’s just a difference of opinion, and differences of opinion have the opportunity to create something new and interesting.
Settle disputes and resolve differences quickly and equitably. Don’t let them drag on. Engage the other person in conversation. Focus on finding a solution that benefits both of you.
Manage your frustration – with other people and situations, don’t let it show. Remain patient, hear people out. You probably have more in common than you think.
Take a deep breath when you are angry. Don’t blow up. Present your side of things in a measured tone of voice.
In my executive training work, I always stress the importance of interpersonal competence and the three keys I’ve discussed in this article: 1) understand yourself, so you can better understand others, 2) build strong, lasting relationships, and 3) resolve conflict in a positive manner. Learn and practice the tips above and you’ll be on your way to becoming an interpersonally competent person.


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п»їVaping in Cairo: 8 Egyptian E-Liquid Brands That Have Taken on the E-Cigarette Trend

We all know that smoking is bad for our health, to say the least, and people have sought out alternatives to either quit smoking or at least lower the side effects as much as possible.

One such alternative is smoking E-cigarettes – or vaping – and there has been a rising community of vapers in Egypt, especially online; so much so that there are currently more than twenty Egyptian E-liquid makers.

Using USA-imported ingredients, they've created their own unique spin and production line, giving the country's increasing number of vapers the chance to enjoy it at a reasonable price, ranging between 70LE to 200LE. We've decided to highlight some of the brands that we've found interesting.

1. Madnez

Having distributers in countries like UAE, Bahrain and London, Madnez consider themselves the first e-liquid manufacturer from Egypt; they have an assortment of flavors in their range – six in total – including the creamy strawberry Milk, cantaloupe flavored Castaway, alongside the coffee infused Arabian Nights.

2. Steam Bird

Founded in 2015, Steam Bird can be found at almost every vaping store in Cairo and has recently reinvented itself after a year of development. With six flavors – and two new ones on the way – it covers a wide variation, with the premium tobacco mix of Porsche, and apple pie and cookies in Jaguar worth checking out.

3. Valkyrie

Also founded in 2015, Valkyrie offer high quality e-liquids, worldwide shipping and eleven different flavours, ranging from plain tobacco, to tiramisu and cheesecake – there's definitely something for everybody in their line.

4. Magic

Starting in Egypt before making its way to the USA, Magic offers with twelve different flavours that cover a huge selection of tastes and aromas to satisfy every need from coffee, or cappuccino to a cigar or fruit flavours – they even offer base solutions for DIY creations in different sizes.

5. Horny Hamster

The interestingly named Horny Hamster has been around for some time and even their flavours have intriguing names; The Godfather, Mamma Mia, Hot lips, Yum Yum and O Riesen to name but a few, each with their own unique spin.

6. VNTG

A new player in the Egyptian E-liquid market, VNTG has the looks of an international brand, with four unique flavours; the peanut butter based Skippy, strawberry and yogurt mix Strawgurt, cinnamon infused cookies 1969, and, finally, the vanilla glazed donut, O donut.

7. Pegasus

Not only does Pegasus have its own flavours, but they have successfully cloned some of USA's most popular after flavors like the O.B., Sucker Punch and M. Milk. They are very transparent from where they get their flavours on their page, too.

8. The Frisky

With six flavours in its arsenal, Frisky has one of the best looking presentations of their line up on their page, each with their unique design to match each unique flavour, including Dragon fruit.

Honourable Mentions

There are other brands in Egypt that also offer premium E-liquids using imported ingredients, like Ronnie's, Clash, Ivape and UFO that are worth checking out.

(Editor's Note: Though E-Cigarettes have been proven by some studies to be 95% less harmful than tobacco, Cairo 360 does not endorse smoking or nicotine consumption in any form)


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