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A LITTLE EXTRA IS THE ESSENCE OF LEADERSHIP

A little extra effort always gives a person an extra edge. Art Williams in USA asserted, “You can beat 50 per cent people by hard working, 40 per cent by honesty, integrity and standing for something; and remaining 10 per cent is a dogfight in the free enterprise system.” To win dogfight you need to do a little bit extra. ...

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Character: An Important Asset of Mankind

No one can live with pride under the sky and over the surface without the strong character to protect his life and to achieve final objective of the life. You can have 100 definitions of character. If you asked 100 people what is character? You may get at least 50 components of character. I try to focus on the following ...

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Move Yourself First

“To move the world we must first move ourselves.” Asserted Socrates. Whatever we are – or – neglect to do – will catch up with us in the end. Those who never often end up as an average person. Most of the people died with unused talent and potentiality within. Leaders move themselves in the direction with speed. Now a ...

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THREE PEOPLE : PAY WHAT THEY WANT.

An American advertising agency is offering its clients the opportunity to ‘pay what they want’ for creative services, reports Spring wise. According to the article, Agency Nil is in a position to make this happen by employing recent graduates and advertising professionals who are in-between jobs. Clients submit a work request to Agency Nil and in return receive creative by ...

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Difference between wise and fool

One of my favourite ideas is backed up by William Bolitho. He said, “The most important thing in life is not to capitalise on your gains. Any fool can do it. The really important thing is to profit from our losses. This requires intelligence and makes the difference between a man of sense and a fool.” The problem with the ...

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ICONS ARE NEVER ALWAYS THE BEST PERFORMERS…..

IPL:  Icons lacking potentiality. In Johannesburg, all icons are not up to their best. All star performers are not able to deliver as per the expectations.  Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Jayasuriya, J. Kallis, Saurav Ganguly and many more are not able to perform up to their best.  All are heavily paid and they all have shown their best in the ...

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WHY CEO'S FAIL?

As an Top Management  coach I come across a great many senior managers and have become a fan of the following list of derailers found in the work of Dolitch and Cairo in their book Why CEO’s Fail:  1. Arrogance: You’re right and everybody else is wrong. 2. Melodrama: You always grab the center of attention. 3. Volatility: Your mood ...

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2-year old girl with an IQ of 156

Amazing. YES!!! Elise Tan Roberts with an IQ of 156 is just two years and four months. She has become the youngest member of Mensa, the society strictly for geniuses. It puts her above Carol Vorderman, at 154, and just below Einstein, who was believed to have an IQ about 160. She pressed her fingers and thumbs together to make ...

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LEARNING, UNLEARNING, RELEARNING AND DELEARNING…..

Author Julio Melara, a dynamic keynote speaker, was able to learn lessons of life and carry it up to adulthood. “Here is the list of all the jobs you will not find on my resume but lessons that have lasted a life time.” This is from the book; ‘It only takes everything you’ve got.’ Lessons for a life: · Started ...

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Mother is an Example of Six Sigma Leadership

Mother is an example of leader-manager at home. She serves breakfast, lunch and dinner just in time, with a smile, prior to anybody asking her to serve. She strictly follows Time Management mathematics of 24*7*365 at the rate of 100 percent success. Customer satisfaction ratio is 100%. For all these ordeals, she neither takes salary, incentive, promotion nor any medals. ...

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