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12 Time Management Habits to Master in 2013

Nearly three hundred years ago Benjamin Franklin came up with an approach to changing habits that has yet to be surpassed. A young adult seeking to straighten out his act, Franklin developed a list of thirteen virtues, jotting down a brief definition of each. These were character traits he took to be important, but in which he found himself lacking. ...

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CEOs with MBA perform better !!!! what study says :

If an MBA should prepare students for anything, it’s running a company well. Plenty of research, however, claims that it doesn’t. But new research calls those findings into question, suggesting that MBAs are significantly less likely to be among the most ineffective corporate leaders. The research is from Chief Executive magazine and Applied Finance Group, a Chicago equity research and ...

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What killed Ranjan Das,Youngest CEO and Lessons for Corporate India

Ranjan Das, CEO and MD of SAP Indian subcontinent died after a massive cardiac arrest in Mumbai . One of the youngest CEOs, he was just 42 year old A few months ago, many of us heard about the sad demise of Ranjan Das from Bandra, Mumbai. He was very active in sports, was a fitness freak and a marathon ...

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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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As 2012 ends and 2013 take form, how are things shaping up?

How well you as a leader prepare yourself for the coming year.. The clock is ticking … better get started. – Now …few days left .Can you review your accomplishments and achievement? Can you release your press release? Can you jump in to air with power and shout loudly for success? Can you have feeling of victory inside with pride? ...

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6 LESSONS I LIVE IN MY LIFE….

1. Surround yourself with people who are smarter than you and move out of their way. If you feel like you know everything, you’re wrong. I know what I don’t know and then I find partners who can teach me. A perfect example is my partnership with Patrick Whitesell, my co-CEO at WME. While we take on different roles at ...

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First say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do

A belief is something you regard as true, either about yourself or the way the world works. Our beliefs may not always reflect the reality. Yet the belief in oneself, in one’s ability to achieve something can turn into reality once we start reaffirming it. This requires firm belief in oneself so that determination and hardwork takes root. It is ...

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YES! YOU CAN STOP NEGATIVE THINKING.

Belief is contagious. It wins supporters. It’s self-fulfilling. Here’s how to get there when nagging, negative thoughts are holding you back. After a flurry of emails in response to my blog post on passion, I reached a disheartening realization: Passion is useless if you don’t already believe. You see, what we can achieve is limited by what we believe. Henry ...

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Leadership Practices to Stop Today in company

If you want to be the best in your industry, you have to get rid of your outdated management style. You might not feel it day-to-day, but business management is in a major transition. The old days of command-and-control leadership are fading in favor of what might be better termed a trust-and-track method, in which people are not just told ...

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM BHAGWAD GEETA

How Relevant Are Leadership Lessons from an Ancient Indian Classic? Published: November 15, 2012 in India Knowledge@Wharton With iconic corporate leaders like Rajat Gupta, former managing director of consulting firm McKinsey & Co., being convicted of insider trading, notions of leadership and corporate ethics are once again in the spotlight. In his recent book, Timeless Leadership: 18 Leadership Sutras from ...

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LEADERSHIP IS GREAT IF YOU WIN.

Miami Hurricanes football team head coach Larry Coker asserted, “The goal here every year is to win the national title.” Coker’s goal looks a bit on the higher side as there is no guarantee what the outcome of a match ever will be but he knows his team has to aim higher always to prevent it from falling short. Spirit ...

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Leadership: it’s all about speed

The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be —Marcel Pagnol Man is becoming desperate as speed is catching up with his subconscious on how to run a business. His haste to stay ...

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RESULT ! RESULT AND RESULT! Nothing else allow

Are you shouting from the rooftops to what you are going to achieve? And yet nobody seems to care? World is interested in results not what you plan to achieve or do. Boasting is no substitute to achievements. World does not care to what you say but what you do. Just plain results. You could try creating something with good ...

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Trouble with happiness is you can’t be happy about it

When you think of happiness you jump into a self-analysis, whether you are happy or not… My close friend Umang Thakkar is a billionaire and once I asked him, “Are you happy in life?” His answer was: “I never thought of it .I just live. To be honest, where is the time to think that I am happy or not…..Happiness ...

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Leaders like risk taking not gambling

John Scully says, “People who take risks are the people you’ll lose against.” A study of the first graduating class from the Harvard School of Business revealed that, across the board, these men were risk-takers. They would not pass a car on a hill or a curve, nor blindly go into a business venture. They assembled the facts and evaluated ...

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A loving heart beginning of knowledge

In love, lips never kiss as it is soul touching. In fear, body touches soul disappears In love, man listens with heart In fear man hears with mind In love, nobody becomes your somebody IN FEAR, Somebody gradually becomes nobody IN LOVE, Every word becomes poetry In fear, every word becomes command In love, sacrifice is with pride and honour ...

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Plain Language is The Antidote to Grandiosity

By Rod Sweet (a real, live editor!). Editors get a special kind of headache when reading a press release infected by grandiosity. They have to read it because there may be a story in there, but it hurts, and at the earliest opportunity they spike it and rest their eyes by reading the phone book. Editors get paid to try, ...

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Leader is one who crosses the finishing line

Every morning as you begin your day you get a chance to start a new life,a new beginning. What forces you to come out of bed early in the morning? To jump onto the action boat that drives you towards success? Often the road to success is paved with hardships and pebbles when walking alone the extra mile proves tedious ...

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