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FORGET CRICKET, EVEN HE PUT HIS OWN CAREER AT RISK

One should be a performer and demonstrate the same to our team. Performance is itself the most effective communication. Leader has to be humble in a way and consider himself part and parcel of the team and not above the team. Give genuine respect and trust to the team members. Allow them to experiment and take risk. In case of ...

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SELLING THE IDEA IS MORE DIFFICULT THAN DEVELOPING IDEA ITSLEF.

Idea_bulb Convincing someone that an idea – perhaps your idea – is the best one can sometimes be more difficult than actually developing the idea itself. From my experience, there’s five rules to follow (more or less in order) to make sure your ideas are given the proper attention they deserve as you move from brainstorming to implementation. 1. Link ...

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NO TO SEXY EXPOSURE AND YES TO TALENT

Korean beauty and pin-up pool player Cha Yu-Ram has revealed, “I had a photo shoot for sexy photo albums this summer but I promise you that I am not going to be a part of entertainment business.” “I want to be recognized for my pool skills, not for my looks. I think my time is about to begin. Look out at me ...

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4 MANTRAS OF LEADERSHIP.

The perfect is the enemy of the deadline. When we had to build the hardware for our fourth major design iteration of the Chevy Volt battery, we were working closely with our suppliers and realized we needed a three-month delay to do it. They said, “That’s inconceivable. You can’t do a whole re-design in three months.” There were lot of ...

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SMALL PERSON: SHOWING ALL OF US A WAY TO SUCCESS

By demonstrating sheer grit and determination, Manish Patel who got the job of a Head Peon with a Mumbai-based ad agency is today an award-winning copywriter. When the administrative officer at Ambience Publicis, mentioned that the only vacancy was that of a head peon, Patel took up the offer. In the few seconds it took to make up his mind, ...

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Small People……Big Values

Recently, I had visited one of the government offices in India. I was just sitting outside the CEO’s cabin waiting to meet him. Incidentally, I came across the conversation between two service boys who were laughing heartily on some incident. By their talks, I got to know that one of the boys had spitted in the glass of water and ...

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What Happens When We Give What We Need?

One afternoon, I joined Charity Focus folks to distribute food to homeless people. We went around a few streets in Manhattan. I was at the office in the morning, a little overloaded with work, and had plans to travel back to India. Still, I wanted to take part in this activity in the afternoon. We gathered at a coffee shop and other members ...

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GREATNESS: NATURE OR NURTURE

What makes Tiger Woods great? What made Berkshire Hathaway (Charts) Chairman Warren Buffett the world’s premier investor? What has help Sachin Tendulkar to play cricket for 20 years? Why Lata Mangeskar is matchless and able to perform still just after 60 years of her career also? We think we know: Each was a natural who came into the world with a ...

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WHY PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE TIME

People do not have time. God is so generous for the time factor. God has given us net 24 hours to all the creatures of the planet. No special advantage to rich people and no punishment to poor people. Nature found absolutely balance in the aspect of time. But we have made it difficult and complicated. I have found people ...

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WHAT IS A COMMON QUALITY AMONG SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE?

Successful people often share similar characteristics. But, I have come to believe that the single thing they have in common is that they find success on the far side of failure. What do I mean by that? I find that almost all successful people have experienced significant failures in life or in their work but they have learned from their ...

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CAN I LEARN SCIENCE OF THINKING

Be careful of your thoughts. Whatever you send out of your mind, comes back to you. Every thought you think, is a boomerang. If you hate another, hate will come back to you. If you love others, love will come back to you. An evil thought is thrice cursed. First, it harms the thinker by doing injustice to his mental ...

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DISTURB ME, PLEASE!

In graduate school, I had one professor who encouraged us to notice what surprised or disturbed us. If we were surprised by some statement, it indicated we were assuming that something else was true. If we were disturbed by a comment, it indicated we held a belief contrary to that. Noticing what disturbs me has been an incredibly useful lens ...

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THANKYOU FOR YOUR COPERATION AND VICE A VERSA

It had been a long, hot August day. We’d driven over six hundred miles and it was near 11 pm as we entered Kingman, Arizona. We pulled off and picked a motel. Much to my surprise, it being mid-week, the deskman informed me they were full. Next place, it was the same story. This time, I asked the clerk for ...

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THINK OUT OF BOX AND HERE IS THE EXAMPLE

This is what 15-year-old Sarojini Mahajan realized after her idea of using human pulse to charge a cell phone was picked up by Stanford University. Sarojini, a class IX student of St Mark’s Senior Secondary Public School, Meera Bagh, had sent her idea as an entry to IGNITE 2009 – a nationwide contest of innovative ideas. Though she won a ...

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WHATEVER YOU GIVES WILL COME BACK AT ANY TIME

Jobless for nearly a year, Michael Rivers was about to walk out of his house a few weeks ago to catch the bus for another daylong employment hunt when a radio announcement stopped him. With Ludacris at her side, single mom Joya Montgomery, 26, proudly displays keys to her car Sunday. “This is Ludacris, and I’m giving away 20 free ...

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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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If You Really Pay Attention

When I was a little bitty kiddy about five my Dad began a process… anytime somebody came and said something to us, my dad would say, “You remember what he said, honey girl?”  I would tell my father what the person said until I got so good at it that I could repeat verbatim even long presentations of what the person ...

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BE CLEAR – BE SPECIFIC

For most of us, the first thing we must do is to work — to have a roof over our head, bread in our mouth, fire in our chimney — for ourselves and for those who are dependent on us.  Work chosen and loved by a few, accepted and hated by most. Then, there is the joy we give to those ...

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