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Unexamin life is not worth living

For the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: ‘If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?’ And whenever the answer has been ‘No’ for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something.” — Steve ...

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  Dr. Thaker headed meeting with H.E Governor O.P. Kohli , Gujarat state. with world class delegation . FUJISTU university,Japan have leaded delegation  and participated actively during the meeting and visit.  

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Patience means efforts with 100% commitment.

Do you think that you are trying with 100 % even though you are not getting results of your expectations.? You are still involve with complete dedication to creak results. Your efforts are never  half hear-ted. You are never to poor in chasing your pre- determine goals. once the work is initiated , it does not mean that you it ...

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Life is not conquering but fighting well

My friend Jerry was one of the most positive people I had ever known. He was always in a good mood and always had something encouraging saying. He was a manager at a restaurant. If his employee had a bad day, Jerry always helped him to look on the positive side of the situation. Jerry‘s attitude truly amazed me. So ...

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life is moving between written and unwritten rules.

These rules aren’t written anywhere. Everyone knows them; they’re just accepted and mostly are adhered to. About once a year, though, someone violates an “unwritten rule”. Sportscasters, bartenders and everybody else go insane and argue for two days and it’s all in good fun. We usually say “well, everyone knows that…”, or “they should have known”. Today marks the beginning ...

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Leaders need to learn to appreciate “paradox thinking,” in which apparently opposing priorities or problems are addressed in tandem, writes Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier. That means acknowledging that many situations are not either/or decisions. “Paradox thinking unravels the assumption that, if we analyze a situation thoroughly, one option will trump another in terms of problem-solving,” Deborah Schroeder-Saulnier, author of The power of ...

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