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I AM READY FOR THE CHALLENGE….

“I think I am ready for this challenge. I eat well, I slip well, I drink well. I am good for this league. I expect a different league of course. I played in England for six years in the Premier League. It’s very fast and players are much stronger. This tournament will be very interesting and looking forward for enjoyment,” ...

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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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FAMILY BONDAGE: LIABILITY OR ASSET

Time has come to audit balance sheet of your family relationship. Today, time is of crisis and it effects on bondage of the family. Are you having balance or over draft? How many relations you can show on asset side? What will be my plan of action for the relations shown on the liability side? What you have to deposit ...

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BE A PART OF A CHANGE TO MEET CHALLENGES

Are you struggling against the conditions to change the level of life? Turbulent environment has force lot of people to change their work style and life.  Stephen Covey rightly says, “When we have a challenge and the response is equal to the challenge, that’s called success. But, once we have a new challenge, the old one, once successful response no ...

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THE BEST TEAM OF THE 21ST CENTURY

“We will devote all our efforts in building spectacular team with great players who all are role models on and off the pitch. A team where ethics are indestructible and where solitary will be a basic corner stone of behaviour. We must recover the dreams, stability and lost time.” Said 62 years old Perez Vowed Director General of the team, ...

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IPL: CLINCH A THRILLER

In a nail biting situation, Punjab Kings XI defeats Mumbai Indians in the last over. Match was lost by 4 runs. Royal Challengers Bangalore held their nerve to clinch a tight five wicket win over Knight Riders at Durban. Mark Boucher once again proved that why he is needed in the team. Following management lessons were observed in the last ...

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RESILIENCY…..NEW TECHNOLGY FOR SUCCESS ENDEAVOUR

NBA coach and player Jerry West said, “You can’t get much done in life if you only work on the days you feel good.”   You have to perceive through adversity and complexity bringing out the best of the talent. You cannot become dull, negative, rigid and average talented person. You must learn from the tennis ball to bounce back ...

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TEAR UP, GEAR UP…..IN RECESSION

“I admit that I tear up like my idol, Winston Churchill. I do that a lot.” Recently, above feelings were revealed by Tom Peter on the recession situation of USA. I recall Mahatma Gandhi, Father of the nation India and my personal guru. He had committed in his autobiography “SATYA NA PRAYOGO” (My Experiments with Truth) “During Quit India movement, ...

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