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YES! I THINK! I CAN!

Last night before leaving India for the world cup cricket to England M.S. Dhoni said, “Yes, I think I can. We cannot effort to relax and need to play at our potential. We are quite confident. We will be able to handle pressure as we were thrown in to different situations, which have added experiences in all of us to ...

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EMERSON LIVED FOR 360 YEARS

One morning, an unknown person asked a question to Emerson.  “What is your age?”   “360 years,” Emerson replied.  “I am asking your real age?” unknown person asked him another time.  “I have used my time six times. Actually speaking, I have lived for 60 years but I have used six times the actual time. That’s why I can say, I ...

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PEOPLE PLAY INVISIBLE BEHAVIOURAL GAMES

In business houses, employees play politics. By politicking an employee breaks down the team spirit. Team is divided into small groups. Small groups become very active and they hold meetings after official meeting. They discuss among themselves, what to do on the decisions which are taken in the meeting.  Meeting after meeting is an attitude now days.  In one of ...

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BE A THANKYOU FANATIC

Develop a habit to write thank you note to the pivotal person in your life. Express your gratitude and feelings. You can select any Mode of communication, I mean SMS, Email or greetings. But, do it without fail. This can be your attitude or life style. Sr. G. Bush was a thank you lover. Everyday he called his E.A. to ...

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RIGHT THINGS BUILD YOU FOR LIFE TIME

Martin Luther King Jr. asserted as follows: “Cowardice asks the question: Is it safe? Conscience asks question: I sit popular? Character asks: Is it right?”   Are you following what’s right?????   It is possible that you may be doing the right things but not growing in current affairs. But, in my eyes, you are shaping your character and building ...

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LEARNING IS NOT READING BOOKS AND ATTENDING SEMINARS

“Learning is defined as a change in behaviour. You have not learned a thing until you can take action and use it,” said Don Shula and Ken Blanchard.  After the influence of master, what resolutions learners take, is very important. Learning most of the time brings visible change in the behaviour.  Learning process describe following steps: a) Learning b) Resolutions C) Actions ...

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BALANCING AFTER FALLING DOWN IS ……

“I have never seen my side losing so many matches at a stretch like what happened in IPL, South Africa. It was certainly the toughest phase of my cricket career so far. Since the day I started playing cricket I have never seen my side loosing so many matches for such a long time. I think it was a learning experience to ...

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LET YOUR PERFORMANCE DO THE THINKING

Peter Drucker quotes, “Executives owe to the company and to their fellow workers not to tolerate for non-performing individuals in important jobs.”  Need of an hour, for employees, is to perform. Now, leaders start thinking in terms of results only. Actions with positive intentions also have lesser value in the eyes of seniors and top management. Number of efforts and ...

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ARE YOU GOING TO BE OUTDATED????

The Kelly Global workforce Index obtained the views of nearly 10,000 people in 34 countries including almost 5,000 Indians.  9 Indians out of 10 believe that their skills, potential and knowledge is going to be outdated within five years. Training provided by their company is not going to meet their future career needs. Training as a function should be given ...

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WHAT IS COMMON BETWEEN BILL GATES, BEATLES GROUP AND MUSICIAN

Preparation and practice have impact in life. In music, 6 years old child does practice of 9 hours in a week. At the age of 14, they usually practice for 16 hours. This remains and continues up to the age of 23 years. As per the research, at the age of 20, a musician has practised for 10,000 hours on one instrument. ...

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HE IS A VERY LATE RISER …GETS UP AT 10.30 A.M……

India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani is unplugging his lifestyle. His name is listed out in Fortune 500 companies and 100 richest persons of the world. Let us dive deep in his life. Sunday morning; he is a late riser, gets up at 10.30 a.m. You may find him at Mysore café or Swati snacks in shirt (He is not aware ...

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IPL MEANS ICONS PERFORMANCE LACKING

One more time, yesterday night, Virendra Sehwag was unable to prove himself and return home with duck. A star performer of Delhi team and leader is not performing. Role of a leader is to perform and win over. Icons are not up to their best. Leadership is winning over and reaching to the place which has been decided before. Yesterday ...

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Difference between wise and fool

One of my favourite ideas is backed up by William Bolitho. He said, “The most important thing in life is not to capitalise on your gains. Any fool can do it. The really important thing is to profit from our losses. This requires intelligence and makes the difference between a man of sense and a fool.” The problem with the ...

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ICONS ARE NEVER ALWAYS THE BEST PERFORMERS…..

IPL:  Icons lacking potentiality. In Johannesburg, all icons are not up to their best. All star performers are not able to deliver as per the expectations.  Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Jayasuriya, J. Kallis, Saurav Ganguly and many more are not able to perform up to their best.  All are heavily paid and they all have shown their best in the ...

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WANT TO STAVE OFF ALZHEIMER??? WORK UP TO 65….

Here is the news if you have crossed 65 and above.  Cardiff University and King’s college of London have carried out the study and found a crucial link between later retirement and the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. Keeping the mind as long as active can help to postpone mental decline. “The intellectual stimulation that older people get from the work ...

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OHH GOD!!! IT'S MONDAY AGAIN

If you are enjoying your vocation then you are on vacation otherwise you are on job. I am really afraid of the phrase “JOB SATISFACTION.” There can be work satisfaction. Job cannot create satisfaction. Only work can create satisfaction. Employees can have work satisfaction attitude instead of job satisfaction attitude. Work is connected with passion and passion is everything, not ...

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CEOs BEWARE. LOYALTY IS A TWO-WAY PROCESS

Loyalty is not a One-way process. It is a Two-way process. Can you imagine an organization when CEO is absent and employees are present? The most of the work is done smoothly on that day. Now think of the day where CEO is present and all the employees are absent. You can imagine the end result.  WHO NEEDS WHOM???       ...

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CEO's proudly says: "I DO NOT KNOW"

Do not afraid to learn. Knowledge is weightless treasure you can carry easily with you, up to life time. CEOs who are afraid to say “I DO NOT KNOW” will not grow up to the optimum level. The essence of leadership is to say, “I do not know.” Leadership is learning, un-learning, re-learning and de-learning. You have not to go ...

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CEO's , TIME TO EXAMINE YOUR SELF

CEOs of the world need to change: Nooyi PepsiCo Chairwoman and one of the most influential women of the world Indra Nooyi believes that the corporate sector needs to rethink its role and adapt itself with the changing times. “Aristotle once said that the unexamined life is not worth living. I think it’s time to examine what we do once more ...

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