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BUILDING NEW RECORDS

Michel Phelps has broken his own world record in butterfly swimming competition in Rome. He had honoured one more world record on his name. Early, he had cleared 200 meters in 1.51 seconds, this time he had cleared 200 meters in 1.50 seconds in normal swimming suits. Now a day, Polymer suits are available, which help swimmers to move freely ...

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EARLY TO RISE AND EARLY TO CLOSE

Akshay Kumar is an early riser. The actor does not miss his daily workout even for a day. And, his habit is not limited to only when the actor is in town. He is known to go to great lengths to follow his regimen even when shooting outdoors. Bollywood actress Ashwarya Rai said, “I need sleep of net 7 hours. ...

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FOLLOW RULE OF CONNECTIVITY NOT COMPARISION

Yahoo and Microsoft have agreed to an online search and advertising partnership, in an attempt to stand against the web search engine Google. The deal would be announced soon within the next 24 hours. Under the term of the deal, Microsoft, which made a failed takeover bid of $47.5 billion for Yahoo last year, would access to the volume of ...

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WORK CULTURE IN LOS ANGLES

One of the main stream of Bollywood Anilkapoor said,” last week I was travelling three continents, from LA to Durban and Mumbai. I love my work passionately .Saturday and Sunday I was in LA. I get restless. Saturday and Sunday everything shuts down. I just learned what a week end is. I had worked 24/7.There its bad manners to call ...

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TIME IS BEYOND TALENT

World champion’s winning streak ends after six years. Yelena Isinbayeva, was stunned in the pole vault, losing for the first time in six years at London Grand Prix on Friday, 24th July, 2009. She enters in the competition at 4-68 meters, but cleared it only on the third attempt. The Russian player failed for three times at 4.78 meters. She ...

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FEET LOOK TO THE GROUND AND EYES LOOK TO THE SKY

Realistic attitude and chasing ambition is a worthwhile combination of a leader. Leaders have to focus on tomorrow with high goals and high energy to reach beyond the sky. They do channelize energy positively in the same direction at 100 percent, even if, people around them say “NO”. People who have tried for beyond the sky limit success have faced ...

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BEYOND CUSTOMER SERVICE

The term customer service is to be re-learnt today. Now a day it is not only connected with after sales service. But, customer service, like product quality, has become a basic, expected deliverable. Without it, you fail. With it, you are only at parity. Customer service is nothing more than basic business hygiene—the “running blood in veins” for running a ...

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NUMBER TWO IS SHARPENING HIS EDGE.

The Galacticos have imported the most lethal of the big names to bring the glory days. They had brought AC Milan, Cristiana Ronaldo, Karin Benzima and Raul Albiol in the team at unbelievable cost. They have decided to run much and faster to close at number one. Last year, they have finished at number two position. Manuel Pellegrini, Real Madrid ...

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KNOW DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MERELY LIVING AND FULLY LIVING

The fundamental formula of success of all great achievers teaches us: Love what you love to do. However, most of the people do not understand this simple learning. Even, people won’t believe that they get money for doing what they love to do in the life. We should do what we love; initially it can be at hobby level. You ...

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WHERE IS MY PERSONAL CREED?

John Wooden a great basketball coach received creed from his father that made up a key part of his living: PERSONAL CREED: 1. Be true to yourself. 2. Make each day of yours a master piece. 3. Help others. 4. Drink deeply from good books especially the Bible. 5. Make friendship a fine art. 6. Build shelter against rainy days. ...

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WHAT MOTIVATED TO CHOOSE MISSION?

John Wooden’s UCLA basketball team massed the only greatest winning streak (88 games) in major sports. He is the only person enshrined in the basketball Hall of Fame as both as a coach and a player. During his 27 years at UCLA, his team never had a losing season. He became the most admirable coach in the world. What motivated ...

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STUFF OF DREAMS

Barcelona played beautiful game last year, 2008. They are smart performers. Expectation of this season’s performance is very high which triggered them to tighten up. They have become very conscious and found proactive in the practice. Coach Pep Guardiola said, “The team is a joy, and if we can we’ll do some fine tuning. I had to have 16 to ...

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WHY CAN’T WE MOVE FASTER TO PSR…..

Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, No.1 on the wealth chart – decided to put the world on the No.1in the health chart. He said last night; “Children are dying very fast, we must alert ourselves and have to contribute for society.” Earlier, I gave 80% of my time to Microsoft and 20% of my time to society. Now, I give ...

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I AM A 100 PERCENTAGE

The former number one player of tennis in the world Maria Sharapova is now ranked 61. She said, “Coming back was no means it’s easy. Definitely I had ups and downs. I had days where I have to push myself more than I have ever had to mentally than physically. It all pays off. Now it’s about preparing myself, forgetting ...

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ONE STEP FORWARD – LIFE TIME BACKWARD

A Chinese engineer killed himself after the fourth generation iPhone prototype he was responsible for disappeared. Sun Danyong, 25, was a recent graduate in engineering who worked in product communications at Foxconn Technology Group. Foxconn is a Taiwanese firm that makes many Apple products at a massive factory in the southern city of Shenzhen, near Hong Kong. The Southern Metropolis ...

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Dr. Shailesh Thaker & Monika Burchard, Germany

Monika Burchard, Management Trainer from Germany, was with Dr. Shailesh Thaker in the MDP “Becoming a Mentor In-house” in India on 18th July, 2009. She had conducted a Programme on “Mentoring and Coaching Skills.” Her ability to put across ideas has really mesmerized the audience. She emphasized on communication, efficient work under stress, meeting management during recession, visualization and feedom ...

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BE A DIFFERENCE MAKER…..

Are you a “Difference Maker”? What is it that you possess — beyond the material treasure— that you can give to the world? Time?  Energy? Art?  Love?  Inspiration?  Happiness? Jason Miller and Mathew Boggs have launched a global campaign called “The Difference Makers”, with a mission to unify, edify and magnify world-shapers’ talents for the highest global good. WHAT DIFFERENCE ...

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LIFE IS AN UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Dr. A. Montagu was a Nobel Prize winner and he said, “Life is an unending development business and man should not limit himself at any age of life. Man never becomes old but his ability to create develops after 50 years.” Michelangelo and Leonardo Vinci have created excellent production after the age of 50 years. Thomas Hardy, Poet Tennyson, Benjamin ...

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SMALL RULES – MAJOR IMPACT

I had been invited by DPS School as a chief guest to the parent’s meet for award distribution. I was delighted to write that it was the best group of students, so far I came across. During this award distribution programme, we have awarded one girl for 100 percent attendance in the school for the last 6 consecutive years. She ...

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AN ADULT BRAIN CAN BE CHANGED IN ONE MINUTE

The human brain can adapt to changing demands even in adulthood but MIT neuroscientists have now found evidence of it changing with unsuspected speed. Their findings suggest that the brain has a network of silent connections that underlie in its plasticity. The brain’s tendency to call upon these connections could help explain the curious phenomenon of “referred sensations,” in which ...

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