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Leadership : showcash senses and slow down reasons.

Life is never arguments, debate and because. People use language of ‘IF’ and ‘BUT”. Why? Most of the time they are caring reasons in the purses. You could recall at least one person from your close circle that is living with this language. He had no specification and identity. He uses language of reasons. Have you ever come across person ...

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These 10 killing behaviours can spoil of relationship for life time.

Stop for a minute. Take a good look in the mirror as the mirror never speak lie. Are you guilty of exhibiting any of following behaviours ? These 10 killing pitfalls can mean the difference between an upward ride and a downward spiral in relationship. 1/ speaking bad words to another one for a person who is in relationship with ...

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You should check your DO NOT list.

Leaders are productive and result oriented. To achieve maxim productivity cut following most unproductive items from your day life . If you get decent value from making to-do lists, you’ll get huge returns–in productivity, in improved relationships, and in your personal well-being–from adding these items to your not to-do list: My do not list: • Do not avoid people in ...

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5 LESSONS FROM THE LAST 5 EVENTS OF THE WORLD

INDIA- SOUTH AFRICA ONE DAY MATCH: India lose series very badly. Winning is never permanent. India was winning hopefully all the series  in this year. AT the end they lose the series. Winning is never permanent. MORAL:   Sustaining at top is always difficult for long time. 4 STATE ELECTION RESULTS: Congress lose in all the 4 states. BJP is able ...

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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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HAI ! YOUR SIGNATURE SAYS FOR YOUR EGO

Humility is a trait that B-school admissions officers say they prize, though research suggests they sometimes choose candidates who are anything but humble. But why waste time with rounds of applicant interviews when officers apparently have what they need to detect an inflated ego up front? The telltale metric: an applicant’s signature. That’s a logic path you could stumble down ...

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TWITTER STAYS UP DESPITE OF ASSIVE TRAFFIC ON ELECTION DAY. SIMPLY GREAT.

Twitter Kills the Fail Whale, One Tweet at a Time Among the millions of messages, photos and videos people sent on Twitter Tuesday night, there was one picture people didn’t see: the company’s Fail Whale, a once-famous icon that showed Twitter’s Web site was down. Instead, Twitter shattered a number of records during the election as people, including the President ...

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LEADER DO REVIEW AND REWRITE LIFE SCRIPT.

You are creator of your destiny. If I sow two seeds of tomato I am bound to harvest more than what I had sown simply because those two seeds will give rise to two plants that would sprout more than two tomatoes. This is the law of nature. Decide and act good and you harvest a habit that is for ...

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Intuition … A Way of Life & Leadership

Nature is gracious enough to shape our destinies in order to make us happy & cheerful; however, to ensure that that happiness is ours it has imbibed us with an intuition so powerful that we need to understand it of what our actions tend to portend. Inner voice is so strong it helps to design our future. Before taking any ...

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Life not a 100-metre sprint; it’s a marathon

Life is not a 100-metre sprint; it’s a marathon. Run it well with patience and grit. This is what sages of the past had taught us over the ages. We are in for a long haul from birth to death and there are many things to learn and unlearn as we cover the long distance of life’s journey. Never claim ...

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MAHATMA GANDHI : 4 " I" OF LEADERSHIP

Leadership in the world is change according to time and space . The process – which we call the 4 I’s – intention, Intuition, Innovation and Impact The 4 “I” are showcasing leadership styles of the leaders in the organization, community and nation. Leaders are always looking for specific things to get things done. Leadership Is always looking for the ...

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3 GREAT LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM SALLY RIDE

Sally Ride, the United States’ first woman astronaut, died too soon this week at the age of 61.  In 2012, it’s perhaps easy to forget what she was up against when she rode into space on the shuttle Challenger in 1983. As the New York Times pointed out its obituary of Ride,  , the comedian Johnny Carson joked on the ...

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MISSIONS AND METRICS

There is an old Zen story about a man riding a horse, galloping frantically down a path. His friend, who is sitting by the side of the road, calls out “Where are you going?” The man replies: “I don’t know. Ask the horse!” When we build our tools, we often depend on metrics to guide our development. We keep graphs of ...

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THE MAGIC OF DOING NEW THING AT ONE TIME.

Why is it that between 25% and 50% of people report feeling overwhelmed or burned out at work?   It’s not just the number of hours we’re working, but also the fact that we spend too many continuous hours juggling too many things at the same time. What we’ve lost, above all, are stopping points, finish lines and boundaries. Technology ...

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HOW TO CHANGE THINGS WHEN CHANGE IS REALLY HARD.

I read an awesome book by Chip and Dan Heath called Switch – How To Change Things When Change is Hard. I really enjoyed their previous book Made to Stick. What I like about Chip and Dan’s books are that they are founded on real research and have some depth to them. Although I love reading business books, I am ...

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SALARY: PER HOUR MAKES AN EMPLOYEE HAPPIER.

It’s often said that money doesn’t bring happiness. But the truth could be more complicated, according to researchers at University of Toronto and Stanford University who have discovered that people paid by the hour are far more likely to be happy than those earning a monthly salary. It seems that the reason being paid by the hour has more of ...

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HOW TO SALE NEW IDEA.

It can often be harder to sell a new idea to colleagues or clients than it is to develop a new concept in the first place. There are five golden rules to follow to ensure your idea is given the attention it deserves. In summary these are: 1. Be purposeful - link the idea to an outcome or a way ...

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What do McDonalds, Harley-Davidson and Avon have in common?

Here are the top 10 brands from the list and a summary of judge’s comments for the year 2009. 1. Coke – responded to new trends with its macho no-cal beverage Coke Zero. 2. IBM – has changed its focus to environmental issues, health care and mass transportation. 3. Microsoft – has forcefully taken on rivals with the search engine ...

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