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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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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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Falling down is not failure; not trying to get up is

Our greatest glory is in never falling, but in rising every time we fall –Confucius. Trying and not succeeding is the story of life. Nobody is free from it. But not rising up to overcome failure is true failure. Quitting for all time is true failure. You dream it, plan it, act on it. If you did not get the ...

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LEADERSHIP : CROSS ROAD OR PRE-DEFINE RESULTS

You need to be a bundle of courage in order to lead your life consistently and with a purpose. Courage is the most important of all virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. Let life take any turn or be at any crossroad. It does not mean you have to live with it resigning to your ...

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LEADERS KNOW: WHAT TO CHOOSE AND WHAT TO IGNORE

Steve Jobs said that what made Apple Apple was not so much what they chose to build but all the projects they chose to ignore. Write a Stop-Doing List. Every productive person obsessively sets “To-Do” Lists. But those who play at world class level also record what they commit to stop doing. Doing with hard work is not everything;real beauty ...

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6 THINGS KNOW ABOUT BOOKER WINNER HILARY MANTEL.

Hilary Mantel: ‘If I’m suffering, I can make that pay’ ‘Imagination only comes when you privilege the subconscious’ … Mantel. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian ‘You do teeter on the edge all the time,” says Hilary Mantel, the morning after she became the first woman and the first Briton to win the Booker prize twice. “It’s the place of ...

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The Taming of the Mind

Oh, had I had Rs 10 crore I could have liveda better life;if only I had not married her I could have seen a better and more useful partner; had I joined a different company Iwould have grown much faster in my career and had I lived in another city my growth would have seen far better times. Do such ...

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BE ORIGINAL : STUFF IS INSIDE YOU.

Why should you wear a mask over your true self and lead a life of hypocrisy? And show off all those artificial manners and etiquette which never has been part of your life? Hypocrisy is a quality easily acquired that clouds sentiments of our hearts and the principles we swear upon. It destroys the true identity God has given it ...

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Tagging people’s head

Tagging people’s head Most of the times we see people prejudging others. We have seen someone pasting the tag of a “friend“or “enemy “on someone else. When we see someone who acts as a friend we start loving him and as an enemy start hating him. What is the rationale behind it other than your deep-rooted likes and dislikes? Such ...

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Who is Complete in this World?

Try finding one person who is complete in all respects. Can you find such person anywhere around you or in the world? It could be an impossible task as there is goodness and badness in each one of us. None of us can claim to be complete in the world. We all are in the process of evolving from the ...

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Measure career success, total up your relationships — not your pay checks.

Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen is arguably one of the most influential thinkers in management today. He’s most famous for developing the concept of “disruptive innovation” — the idea that established industries are vulnerable to being upended by fresh competitors with low-priced, apparently inferior products. Articulated in his landmark 1997 book, “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” that theory has been used ...

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EVERY EXIT IS AN ENTRY SOMEWHERE ELSE.

How you are going to be remembered by your family after your exit from this world? This is not a question being asked flippantly. Firstly, as we came into being on this Planet Earth our countdown to exit had begun. The exit is immanent; no excuses will do and no alternatives exist. Nor is there any choice to decide time, ...

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EVERY EXIT IS AN ENTRY SOMEWHERE ELSE.

How you are going to be remembered by your family after your exit from this world? This is not a question being asked flippantly. Firstly, as we came into being on this Planet Earth our countdown to exit had begun. The exit is immanent; no excuses will do and no alternatives exist. Nor is there any choice to decide time, ...

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LIFE IS NOTHING BUT CHOICES ……..

Birth is not of our choice neither is death. Between these two beyond-our-control choices of birth and death we move between these two great unknowns of life. But we have a choice to what we choose and how we lead our lives between the two unknowns of life and that is what LEAD TO WIN readers’ series aims to achieve ...

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