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Dr Shailesh Thaker

When it is possible why settle for less?

Like a manager, a true leader is one who keeps his focus on achieving his goals. Focus is required in life. No success without the power of focus. Many of us have the habit of grumbling about our meagre achievements. One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never ...

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LEADERS ARE BETTER : IT IS A MATTER OF TEMPERAMENT.

One can recover from physical pain in a few days but emotional pain remains for lifetime. Sometimes, harsh words are spoken in anger which affects deeply other people. Those who bear the brunt are deeply disturbed and find themselves lost in the relationship. May be you say ‘sorry” for couple of times but the scar that it has left fails ...

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Leaders like risk taking not gambling

John Scully says, “People who take risks are the people you’ll lose against.” A study of the first graduating class from the Harvard School of Business revealed that, across the board, these men were risk-takers. They would not pass a car on a hill or a curve, nor blindly go into a business venture. They assembled the facts and evaluated ...

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Let greed not make your wants avaricious

The United Kingdom is desperately trying to make a law what the government thinks is what people need during immigration; dealing with permanent residency; education; job permit and a host of other issues. The exercise has failed miserably because the government does not seem to listen to what stakeholders actually want. I am staggered by the amount of business owners ...

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A loving heart beginning of knowledge

In love, lips never kiss as it is soul touching. In fear, body touches soul disappears In love, man listens with heart In fear man hears with mind In love, nobody becomes your somebody IN FEAR, Somebody gradually becomes nobody IN LOVE, Every word becomes poetry In fear, every word becomes command In love, sacrifice is with pride and honour ...

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Plain Language is The Antidote to Grandiosity

By Rod Sweet (a real, live editor!). Editors get a special kind of headache when reading a press release infected by grandiosity. They have to read it because there may be a story in there, but it hurts, and at the earliest opportunity they spike it and rest their eyes by reading the phone book. Editors get paid to try, ...

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From Creator To Leader: Lessons From Diablo Cody, First-Time Director

“I’ve always been a person who’s more comfortable riding shotgun,” Diablo Cody tells Co.Create–but through her directorial debut, she learned to lead regardless. The celebrity screenwriter is something of a rare creature–it’s the actors and directors who tend to hog the spotlight–but since penning 2007’s Juno, which won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay, Diablo Cody has been just ...

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Leader is one who crosses the finishing line

Every morning as you begin your day you get a chance to start a new life,a new beginning. What forces you to come out of bed early in the morning? To jump onto the action boat that drives you towards success? Often the road to success is paved with hardships and pebbles when walking alone the extra mile proves tedious ...

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Let dissatisfaction not torment you

The more you compete in life the more it gives you back in return. Great is the competition indeed which occurs when an average person wins by putting above average effort.The game of life is a never-ending chance of circumstances. The simple reality is you’re in competition with yourself to do better today than what you did yesterday. Yet being ...

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BOSTON RED SOX : SHOWING NEW MANAGEMENT LESSONS.

Sometimes it feels like your team or organization is running beautifully. Other times, it feels like the team is a little off track. Or a lot off track! What should you pay attention to when evaluating the health of your team’s culture? We might gain some insights from recent Major League Baseball moves at the end of the season here ...

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Show love and you will see love

It never has been an incantation of our life whether the world is good or bad; trustworthy or not; or is passing through a period of collapse in moral values; or full of corruption or dangerously polluted. The significance of our existence is much more and it is all about…. Our understanding of the true meaning of life in this ...

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Belongingness is inherited

You must know that we belong to a human family. Despite all our differences we belong to each other in the true macro sense. In the micro sense you may belong only to your family as the attachment has originated in blood. But man is a social animal. He lives both within and outside his family. He needs to work ...

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Success comes before work only in dictionary

People have asked me this question. What is the difference between a job and task and work? I find this question most relevant when we examine the cause of inner happiness. Work is contribution which could be realized with your presence or absence and you see success in it and which give happiness. While a job or a task is ...

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leader knows thy goals of life and soul.

What caused your arrival on this planet can be a vexatious question to answer. But the fact is it could not have happened overnight as it must have been happening over the ages without your knowledge and consent. You have landed on this planet after years of cyclic births and deaths with a certain goal and aim. Remember, there may ...

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LEADER DO REVIEW AND REWRITE LIFE SCRIPT.

You are creator of your destiny. If I sow two seeds of tomato I am bound to harvest more than what I had sown simply because those two seeds will give rise to two plants that would sprout more than two tomatoes. This is the law of nature. Decide and act good and you harvest a habit that is for ...

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Intuition … A Way of Life & Leadership

Nature is gracious enough to shape our destinies in order to make us happy & cheerful; however, to ensure that that happiness is ours it has imbibed us with an intuition so powerful that we need to understand it of what our actions tend to portend. Inner voice is so strong it helps to design our future. Before taking any ...

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Let me see the Sky, not its Shadow

Look at the bright sky instead of the shadow cast by the dark clouds. You are born to win as hope springs eternally in your breast. You could be surrounded by failures and crises. Yet the setbacks and nervous approach aggravated by negativity is not what your life is all about. See the positive side of life as you would ...

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It’s always good to live in Picasso zone

Get lost. Don’t be available to whosoever wants to meet you. I often spend hours at a time in the solitary. I am excellent with myself. Solely to myself. I turn off my communication devices and think, create, plan and write. Zero interruptions. Focus undisturbed. Great is the results. You need to be normal and in solitary to feel the ...

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Silence a true friend that never betrays

Silence is a most powerful tool to be kept in the compass of a leader. Silence speaks more than words. Silence creates 3 major points. Firstly, the other person may not judge your state of mind. When you do not have good answer, silence is the best option. Second, you do not allow them to reach to a wrong conclusion ...

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