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Finally, at the end, all decisions make you

Every success stories you could see that someone have taken bold decision and later on it was prove right by his deeds. Russian presidents Putin had visited India for 2 days and signs 20 mutual agreements between two countries and strengthen relationship. Now, world leaders could have reactions and reflections on those decisions. But this is going to happen. When, ...

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MAKE GOOD HABITS THEY WILL MAKE YOU

MAKE GOOD HABITS THEY WILL MAKE YOU Motivation is you get started and habits what keeps you going forward. Can you develop few habits in you for people around you…? Always saying thank you for even small gift and help. Can you appreciate people without any profit objective and you are true to your expressions? Can you do work out ...

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Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.

Purposeful Discomfort. Joel Osteen asserted very powerfully that “ I want to challenge you today to get out of your comfort zone. You have so much incredible potential on the inside. God has put gifts and talents in you that you probably don’t know anything about.” Discomfort is essential to personal progress, growth, and development. You must know people who ...

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Lance Armstrong : complet failure is impossible.

Diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer at the age of 25, doctors gave Lance Armstrong less than a 40 percent chance of recovery. Tumors were discovered in his lungs and stomach along with multiple lesions on the brain. His biking career was over or so everyone thought; but no one counted on the indomitable belief Armstrong had in himself and the ...

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leadership : . It's not about a brand, a reputation, a persona. It's about reality.Who you really are.

Steve Jobs wasn’t successful just because of his brilliance—he truly understood what people wanted. Truly happy and successful people get that way by becoming the best, most genuine version of themselves they can be. Not on the outside–on the inside. It’s not about a brand, a reputation, a persona. It’s about reality. Who you really are. Sounds simple, I know. ...

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I am on board of most critical feedback.

Hardly a time to share real feedback. Actual feedback is hardly share. Even feedback is there but not conveyed properly. Feedback with buttering attitude creates most lousy impressions. One of my friend Nachiketa Barahambhatt was sharing with all of us in close group meeting that he never share any matter with anyone. Even, family members are not included in this ...

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LEADERSHIP IS ADAPTABLE, ACCEPTABLE AND APPICABLE

Rather than seeking to maintain the status quo during difficult times, the new book Adaptability by Max McKeown argues that successful organisations understand the value of responding to turbulence. This management-issues book explains that adaptability is ultimately about “looking reality in the face” and responding with experimentation rather than trying to avoid challenges: Nelson MANDELA very profoundly said, “It is ...

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THINK AND BELIEVE IN WHAT YOU THINK:

What is your daily thinking process? You could have at least 6, 00,000 thoughts in a day. You hardly register few thoughts. How many of you keep note pad and pen ready to take down thoughts of mind , daily. Almost answer is no. You could have 75 percentages repeated thoughts on next day . Thinking is everything. Nothing can ...

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LEADERSHIP: THINK LIKE MARK ZUCKERBERG…..

In the first several years of Facebook’s existence, multiple journalists portrayed Mark Zuckerberg and his friends as party lovers who would code all day and stay up all night. Mark liked to have fun just as much as any other college freshman, but he was also very focused. He knew that he needed to keep the company moving forward, and ...

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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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