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Politeness and Patience are strength; not weakness

Patience and politeness are the inner strengths; not the weaknesses. Mohandas Gandhi of India has shown both the qualities. He has tremendous patience within and led himself with humbleness. He had never lost it in QUIT INDIA movement and during the long struggle of his life of 40 years. 40 years is never a small time. Patience in my eyes ...

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What matters most for leader?

Every day you have to meet big challenges. You have to leave your all past records behind and focus on the toughest assignment. You have to give more than 100 percent now because someone in another team of organisation has decided to give 100 percent. How will you be able to defeat him to achieve success and set goals with ...

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LEADERS DO BEFORE FINAL FAREWELL

34 years old Michael Vaughan decided to retire from all forms of cricket. It was under his able leadership that England had won the Ashe’s in the year 2005 after a long phase of 18 years. His successor Andrew Strauss said, “I learned a great deal from watching him by the captain side for five years at a close hand ...

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TIME IS THE SCARIEST RESOURCE

“Give me a lever long enough and a place to stand, and I can move the Earth,” said Archimedes. To lift a heavy object, you have a choice; either to use leverage or not. You can try to lift the object directly, risking injury or you can use a lever, such as a jack or a long plank of wood ...

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Betterment is a way to lead…

“You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” Being selfless and rendering service to others without a cause will lead you to everything that you want. Your logic and experiences will not allow you to believe in this. YES, you are right. But, when infinite intelligence works; artificial ...

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DOING SOMETHING – NO ONE ELSE IS DOING

“As this happened to me in the last few days, the Prime Minister asked me to take over the responsibility. I felt that it is a basic infrastructure, that’s core to everyone. I can make a difference….It was a gut-wringing feeling to leave Infosys. I have been there for 30 years. This is an opportunity to serve the nation,” said ...

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White Revolution….YES!!!!

Amul has been ranked amongst the top 21 largest dairy businesses in the world as per the findings published by International Farm Comparison Network (IFCN) at the 10th IFCN Dairy Conference 2009 at Stockholm. The IFCN is a network of dairy researchers responsible for analysing global dairy trends and creating knowledge to guide the various stakeholders in the dairy sector ...

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TIME TO CHANGE

Randy Wedin pen down his feelings on this father’s day in The New York Times on 24th June, 2009 as follows: My Dad never sat me down for a father-son talk about character and values, and I don’t plan to ever have an explicit discussion about character with my sons either. I learned values from my father at the grassroots ...

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Twitter: Creating Global Village

We are seeing a change in our world — Changes that have created a fast evolving world. A new reality defined in communication is: “Twitter…” Today, we are seeing Twitter as a social media and technology. Voice against terrorism is undergoing a movement through this Twitter, an innovative tool. People can create voice across the globe and create an impact ...

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ENLIGHTENING PEOPLE

Leader always light the people around him. It is one of his main tasks. Appreciating people, Bringing best out of the people, Caring and sharing with people, Smiling to people for their services, Listening your people, Taking care of their family members (Greeting team player’s wife on their marriage anniversary) and directing for career development and coaching him to sharpen ...

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