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ONE STEP IN TOMORROW’S JOURNEY

  People have to spare some moments of a day for tomorrow, everyday. Be clear about your future, be passionate, and be confident for the tomorrow. Leaders always focus on tomorrow and thrust us to be one step ahead. People are busy in today’s success, today’s failure; today’s urgent and important and stuck of in today. (Hardly few are able ...

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NEVER START WITH “NO” or “BUT "

I was surprised & amazed by the “NO”& “BUT” language used by one of the senior manager in the workshop which I attended yesterday, the workshop was based on the concept of leadership. During the coffee break in the workshop, I noticed everyone using same kind of “No” & “But” language, I don’t use such language but discovered people doing ...

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LEADERSHIP: THE JOURNEY TO HIGHER LEVEL

Redefining leadership is need of hour. I believe in 21st century world have to learn, re learn, de learn and un learn. As per my research and experiences in workshops with professionals, I would like to write down my new book “LEADERSHIP : THE JOURNEY TO HIGHER LEVEL “ in 2 parts. Part-1 is comprises of following points. Readers can ...

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INWARD ABILITY OUTWARD SUCCESS:

“You are the only person on earthy who can use your ability “ Zig Ziglar Ability is what you are capable of doing. Most of the time you under estimate your self. Challenges and adversity always afraid you to grow more and keep stagnant. Slowly you become an average person for which you were not born. You did not know ...

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Can I create difference on planet before my final exit?

Stephen Hawking, one of the legendary physicists of this century narrated that we are on a minor planet of a very average star located within the outer limits of one of a hundred thousand galaxies. After reading I felt that do we have any meaning while living on planet? I know that everything remain same before my existence and everything ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM ARMSTRONG AFTER HIS INTERVIEW.

Armstrong has denied for many years that he used performance enhancing drugs of any kind. However, the mountain of evidence brought against Armstrong over recent months has become overwhelming and when he decided not to fight the USADA charges, his seven Tour de France titles were stripped. Through all of this Armstrong remained unrepentant. He is finally to be interviewed ...

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My son will never become CEO of Wipro, Azim Premji

(There have been discussions…) his son Rishad will never be the chief executive of his company Wipro, but will represent promoter ownership on the company’s board. Rishad, 35, joined Wipro in 2007 as business head for special projects in the banking and financial services vertical and rose to become chief strategy officer three years later. Premji, who founded Wipro, said ...

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Dialogue with irreplaceable Canadian billionaire Jimmy Pattison

Jimmy Pattison has come to lunch with sex on his mind. That’s celebrity sex, the kind dished out in salacious slices by supermarket gossip magazines, with headlines promising to disclose the carnal exploits of Jen, Brangelina and the Kardashians. It’s not the fare normally associated with a God-fearing 84-year-old billionaire whose first job was as a trumpet player in youth ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM MISTAKES OF CEOs.

Here are some dumbest business mistakes of the year 2012 made by few wisest people in the world, as listed by DailyFinance.com. 1. Sean Menke, former CEO, Pinnacle Airlines No one except Sean Menke, former CEO of Pinnacle Airlines can top the list. Pinnacle Airlines is an American airline, which is a subsidiary of Pinnacle Airlines Corporation. Though Sean suggested ...

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LEADERSHIP NEWLY DEFINE….

Business schools need to produce leaders for the many, not the few, says Ken Starkey, a professor at Nottingham University Business School WHAT are the three hardest words for a business leader to speak? Probably “I don’t know”. Business leaders are encouraged to exhibit confidence, competence and omniscience. But this leads to only two possible outcomes. They can fake it: ...

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DIVINE POWER WATCHING YOU

Many would tend to disbelieve it if I say that we are under watch and ward of the supreme divine power. There is a famous story of an Indian saint Kanakadasa of Karnataka that bears testimony to the omnipresence of divinity. Kanakadasa, who belonged to the backward caste, was a devotee of Lord Krishna. He was a disciple of Vyasaraya ...

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Leadship :Encash your signature strength

You must know your strength and weaknesses. Usually, it is human nature to focus on the strength of others and make them a role model and follow them, almost blindly. In this herd mentality we stand to lose even our own identity. You must know what your strengths are. Encashing one’s strength to the maximum needs to be a way ...

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Keep proactive pressure on yourself

Do you think others are waiting to create destiny for you? Do you think that situations and circumstances of life could change automatically without your active efforts? Stephen R. Covey in the “ The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People” p. 71 , asserted very strongly “ Look at the word responsibility—“response-ability”—the ability to choose your response. Highly proactive people ...

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Developing creative thinker in you

You are born a “Creative Worker” following the process of “Unconscious Cerebration.” We all have the same success mechanism. You create more opportunities by following and being guided by them. The more light you allow within you, the brighter the world you live in will be. Do your worrying before you place your bet, not after the wheel starts turning. ...

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Take tough decisions with flexible mind

It is never easy to make tough decisions. There comes a time when one has to take a leap of faith, Reinhold Messner, the ace Austrian mountaineer, once said. Decision-making is the most valuable tool that God has gifted to mankind through the power of reasoning. Right decision at the right moment however tough may change one’s life forever. Decisions ...

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The Goal to Accomplishment lies in Discipline

I’ve written what and when I want to. It’s been about expressing myself. But with the degree, I had to learn to do everything in a very specific, disciplined way. I am very disciplined, but this demanded a totally different kind of discipline. A real challenge — Joan Armatrading To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, ...

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YOGA : LEADERS RESET THERE TRIGEERS.

Over the past couple of years, I’ve been in one yoga class or another five or six days a week on average. That might sound like a lot, but it’s pretty much the only form of exercise I do anymore so it’s a good way for me to keep the lights on, I’ve made a number of connections between what ...

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leadership is an attitude of gratitude.

One of my executive-coaching clients recently shared something that bears repeating. Years ago, when he was a bank officer in training, a senior vice president walked up to him and said, “I know we don’t get to talk much, but I wanted to thank you for bringing such a creative spirit to the workplace. It’s important to shake things up ...

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