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BE A MASTER OF OUR MOUTH

Once upon a time an old man spread rumors that his neighbor was a thief. As a result, the young man was arrested. Days later the young man was proven innocent. After been released he sued the old man for wrongly accusing him.  In court, the old man told the Judge: ‘They were just comments, didn’t harm anyone.’ The judge, ...

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GOOD NEWS: INDIAN INC. IS MOVING AHEAD….

Indian companies stand first among their global counterparts in terms of employee satisfaction, which reflects their successful business practices, says a study. The study ‘Driving Success Through Performance Excellence and Employee Engagement’ done by research arm of leading global HR solutions provider Kenexa is based on two employee based indicators of business success, which can be used to measure and ...

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DO WE KNOW OUR PEOPLE REALLY?

On walking into the factory, the Managing Director of the Company noticed a young guy leaning against the wall and doing nothing. He approached the young man and calmly said to him, “How much do you earn?” The young man was quite amazed that he was asked such a personal question, he replied, “None the less, I earn $ 2000.00 ...

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5 Steps to Happiness

Australian positive psychologist Timothy Sharp otherwise known as ‘Dr. Happy’ asked 50 people just a simple question: “What do you consider to be the top three contributors to happiness at work?” Their answers provide food for thought to managers and employees alike.   For the last six years, I am running the Happiness Institute in Australia, where I help clients ...

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HUMAN CAPITAL IS OFF SHORED TO INDIA

India is likely to get a large amount of offshore HR work in the next three years. According to a study by Everest Group, a global consulting and research firm, some 111 global HRO (human resources outsourcing) contracts worth $6 billion are nearing term end in 2010-12 and 75-85 percent of these engagements are likely to be extended while 15-25 ...

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LIFE IS WHAT WE GIVE TO THE WORLD

Sandeep Bachhe is an autorickshaw driver in Mumbai. More of him later, but first let me take you through his wonderful autorickshaw. It has a television set tuned to good old Doordarshan which incidentally is celebrating 50 years of transmission in India. Then there is also a board with the day’s price of gold, silver, dollar, pound and the yen. ...

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Live Beyond 100 Years

Jack Borden has found the fountain of youth. It’s in his office. Borden has been practicing law for more than seven decades. At 101, he was recently honored as America’s “Outstanding Oldest Worker” by the nonprofit group Experience Works. Will Miles Clark, D.D.S., on the other hand, is a spry 105-year-old who has gladly spent about half a century in ...

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How 2 Minutes Story Can Help Us in Leadership

Leaders gain trust and teach people what’s important to them by telling stories. But, these days there’s so much to attend to — now! —coming at us so fast. You might be tempted to let slide your soft skills, like how to tell a useful story. Just get to the point and move on to the next thing on the list. No time for ...

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18 MINUTES PLAN FOR MANAGING YOUR DAY

Yesterday started with the best of intentions. I walked into my office in the morning with a vague sense of what I wanted to accomplish. Then I sat down, turned on my computer, and checked my email. Two hours later, after fighting several fires, solving other people’s problems, and dealing with whatever happened to be thrown at me through my ...

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STAY CONNECTED – BE GOOD TO PEOPLE

There is a new worldwide movement developing, made up of people with a different vision for their local communities. They know that movements are not organizations, institutions or systems. Movements have no CEO, central office, or plan. Instead, they happen when thousands and thousands of people discover together new possibilities for their lives. They have a calling. They are called. ...

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NUMBER ONE IS NEVER A MONOPOLY

US wonder kid’s winning spring continues in the current US open tennis tournament, one of the major tournaments of the Grand Slam. Melanie Qudin is running at the US open tournament. She had created another major upset at the tournament by defeating top seeded Russian Nadia Petrova by 1-6, 7-6, and 6-3. “Mentally I am staying in there with them and ...

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SPOKE FROM THE HEART

As a child, Chris Peterson absolutely hated writing thank-you notes. His aversion continued right into his 40s, until one day he knew he had to face it. A psychology professor at the University of Michigan, Peterson regularly gave his students an unusual homework assignment. He asked them to write a “gratitude letter,” a kind of belated thank-you note to someone ...

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CREATE PERFECT FUTURE

Our specific thoughts, feelings and actions consistently produce specific results. We may be happy or unhappy with those results, but that won’t make any difference to brain. By repeating same thoughts, feelings and actions we get the same results in the life. Process of brain is perfect. Dr. Joseph Murphy has done significant contribution in these areas and it is worth ...

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ARE YOU PROACTIVE?

When it comes to pro-activeness, I came across four kinds of people: A) People who do the things rightly without being told. B) People do the right things when told C) People do the right things when told more than once D) People do not do things, no matter what happened. Anyone, who wants to become successful person, needs to become ...

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BRING PEOPLE TOGETHER

They met on Boston Common – two men with little in common. One a well-heeled, high-powered attorney, the other a street-schooled, often ignored homeless person. Rob slept on a sidewalk. Peter had a swank condo in the Back Bay. But every morning they would cross paths here in the park and over the course of several months, actually became good ...

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BORDER FREE GLOBE- CREATING SYNERGY

Now, a growing group of writers, musicians, visual artists and videographers are turning this Wikipedia-era philosophy into online collaborative art. Twitter users are banding together to write an opera for London’s Royal Opera House. Bands like ‘My Morning Jacket and Sour’, ‘Out of Japan’, are turning to fans to help film their music videos. Programmers are pulling quotes from online ...

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I‘M KILLING MYSELF

Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra says, “I have been warned by my parents (both are doctors) and well wishers not to let work takes toll on me. And, though I wish to pay heed to their advice, I can’t stop myself from getting excessively involved with the work I take over. Honestly, I drive myself to a point of no return. ...

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CAN WE SAY MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT?

Daxedevi Thaker died on 11th June, 1993. She was not a celebrity or a world famous personality, nor had she invented any technology or psychology or any business organisation. And yet, she lived with magnificent mission. The mission was so important was lived by those more famous- raising healthy or wealthy. Her mission was “HAPPY AND LOVING FAMILY.” As a ...

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