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Wise Words

Each moment of ur life is a picture which u had never seen before. And which ull never see
again so enjoy & live life & make each moment beautiful….

GODISNOWHERE this can be read as GOD IS NO WHERE or as GOD IS NOW HERE
Everything depends on how do u see anything. so think positive.

A negative thinker see a difficulty in every opportunity,
A positive thinker see an opportunity in every difficulty,wish u an optimistic life..
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Love urself ,Flirt with ur understanding,Romance with dreams,Get engaged with simplicity,
Marry genuiness,Divorce the ego…Thats Good Life…

What the word IMPOSSIBLE says I M Possible. So every thing which seems impossible is
itself says that it is possible.

In life LOVE is never planned nor does it happen for a reason.But when
LOVE is real,It becomes ur PLAN for life and ur reason for livings.

Mistakes are painful when they happen,But years later a collection of mistakes called
Experience Which leads us to success…

What is trust ?? Trust is a feeling that a one year child has , when you throw him in
air and catch again , and he enjoys it.

When GOD drops needles and pins along ur path in LIFE, dont stay away,, instead pick
them up and collect them..they were designed to be STRONG!.

Dont think how many moments in your life, just think how much life is there in a moment.

Treat everyone with politeness,Even those who are rude to U…..Not because they are
not nice,But bcoz u are nice….

Success is like tip of the tail !!!If cat runs to catch the tail.It has to keep running forever.
But if it walks in its own style.Tail follows!!Live life with ur own rules….

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A lesson to be learnt

A while ago, my Dad met a stranger who was new to our small town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around from then on.

As I grew up, I never questioned his place in my family. In my young mind, he had a special niche. My parents were complementary instructors:

Mom taught me good from evil, and Dad taught me to obey.

But the stranger…he was our storyteller. He would keep us spellbound for hours on end with adventures, mysteries and comedies. If I wanted to know anything about politics, history or science, he always knew the answers about the past, understood the present and even seemed able to predict the future! He took my family to the first major league ball game. He made me laugh, and he made me cry.

The stranger never stopped talking, but Dad didn’t seem to mind.

Sometimes, Mom would get up quietly while the rest of us were shushing each other to listen to what he had to say, and she would go to the kitchen for peace and quiet. ( I wonder now if she ever prayed for the stranger to leave.)

Dad ruled our household with certain moral convictions, but the stranger never felt obligated to honor them. Profanity, for example, was not allowed in our home… Not from us, our friends or any visitors. Our longtime visitor, however, got away with four-letter words that burned my ears and made my dad squirm and my mother blush. My Dad didn’t permit the liberal use of alcohol. But the stranger encouraged us to try it on a regular basis. He made cigarettes look cool, cigars manly and pipes distinguished.

His comments were sometimes blatant, sometimes suggestive, and generally embarrassing.

I now know that my early concepts about relationships were influenced strongly by the stranger. Time after time, he opposed the values of my parents, yet he was seldom rebuked… And NEVER asked to leave.

More than forty years have passed since the stranger moved in with our family. He has blended right in and is not nearly as fascinating as he was at first. Still, if you could walk into my parents’ den today, you would still find him sitting over in his corner, waiting for someone to listen to him talk and watch him draw his pictures.

Categorically, he destroyed all the moral values, ethics, love, time for each other and other good qualities we had in our
family…..whilst adding some unnoticeable quantity of positive stuff also, which any way we would have had even without him……

His name?…. .. .

We just call him ‘TV.’

(Note: This should be a must reading for every household!)

By the way … the-stranger- now has a wife ….

We call her ‘Computer.’

Their first child is “Cell Phone”.

Second child is “I Pod” and next ?????

If U like the story,then …….. this to each one you would like to tell about this spoilling stranger!!!!!!!!

Best of Luck for the future,

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Bill Gates’ Secret Weapon: Stop to Think

Bill Gates stops to think at least twice a year. Bill escapes to his wilderness lodge every six months for one week. It is during these times that he develops strategy for Microsoft. It was one of these thinking sessions that helped him to move his company to embrace the Internet and the related opportunities.

How often do you stop to think? Really think? About your business; about your future; about your life? You should invest at least one day every three months thinking. Try it – one out of 90 days thinking. That is only four days a year thinking. That is not a lot to ask. But imagine how much more that would be than your competition.

Schedule that undisturbed time to think. What could be more important that thinking? Yet we too often are too busy doing stuff without thinking. Your business will survive and thrive only if you think. Your life will be more satisfying if you think.

You might say that Bill Gates has time to think because he is the richest guy in the world. The reality is that, he is the richest guy in the world – because he takes time to think.

What questions might you ask during these thinking sessions?
What business are you in?
Where is the industry going?
What trends do you see?
What threatens your business?
What are the unknowns?
How can you distinguish yourself from the competition?
What other questions should you be asking?
What issues/ decisions are you avoiding that you need to confront?

Think!

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Master Mind – Lord Ram has chosen so many people

Lord Ram has chosen so many people has his brothers.

Gugan was a Hunter – He choose him as his brother.

Sugriva was a monkey – He choose him as his brother

Vibhishana was a Rakshasa – He choose him as his brother

Jatayu was a vulture – Lord Ram did the cremation.

In all the above examples there is only one thing that valmiki reminds us. You do not have to lift a person who is already on top.

Look down there are so many people behind you. Give them the hand to pull them up. They will hold your hand. Rest are only details. Power will be flown from the divine to us to lift them up.

When we go to a corporation school, orphan school, servants kid working in our home and tell them

“YOU WILL COME UP VERY BIG IN LIFE. DR. APJ ABDUL KALAM STUDIED IN A GOVERNMENT SCHOOL AND HE MADE VERY BIG IN HIS LIFE “.

Just planting the seed in the child’s mind is enough.

  In facttry to make it a habit to plant the seed to at least to one kid on the road that “You will make it big in life”.

When we through the stone in a stilled water, the person thrown the stone will go away. But even after that the person left the ripples will continue to go on.

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Commonly Used Phrases and what they really mean

1.For your information, please. (FYI)
Meaning : I don’t know what to do with this, so please keep it.

2.Noted and returned.
Meaning : I don’t know what to do with this, so please keep it little while.

3.Review and comment.
Meaning : Do the dirty work so that I can forward it.

4. Action please.
Meaning : Get yourself involved for me. Don’t worry, I’ll claim the credit.

5.For your necessary action.
Meaning : It’s your headache now.

6.Copy to.
Meaning : Here’s a share of my headache.

7.For your approval, please.
Meaning : Put your neck on the chopping board for me please.

8.Action is being taken.
Meaning : Your correspondence is lost and I am trying to locate it.

9.Your letter is receiving our attention.
Meaning : I am trying to figure out what you want.

10.Please discuss.
Meaning : I don’t know what the ‘hell’ this is, so please brief me.

11.For your immediate action.
Meaning : Do it NOW! Or I will get into serious trouble.

12.Please reply soon.
Meaning : Please be efficient. It makes me look inefficient.

13.We are investigating/processing your request with the relevant authorities. Meaning : They are causing the delay, not us.

14.Regards.
Meaning : Thanks and bless you for reading all the bullshit.

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Facts To Make Every Indian Proud

Q. Who is the GM of Hewlett Packard (hp) ?
A. Rajiv Gupta
Q. Who is the creator of Pentium chip (needs no introduction as 90% of the today’s computers run on it)?
A. Vinod Dahm
Q. Who is the third richest man on the world?
A. According to the latest report on Fortune Magazine, it is Azim Premji, who is the CEO of Wipro Industries. The Sultan of Brunei is at 6 th position now.
Q. Who is the founder and creator of Hotmail (Hotmail is world’s No.1 web based email program)?
A. Sabeer Bhatia
Q. Who is the president of AT & T-Bell Labs (AT & T-Bell Labs is the creator of program languages such as C, C++, Unix to name a few)?
A. Arun Netravalli
Q. Who is the new MTD (Microsoft Testing Director) of Windows 2000, responsible to iron out all initial problems?
A. Sanjay Tejwrika
Q. Who are the Chief Executives of CitiBank, Mckensey & Stanchart?
A. Victor Menezes, Rajat Gupta, and Rana Talwar.
Q. We Indians are the wealthiest among all ethnic groups in America , even faring better than the whites and the natives.
There are 3.22 millions of Indians in USA (1.5% of population).
YET,38% of doctors in USA are Indians.
12% scientists in USA are Indians.
36% of NASA scientists are Indians.
34% of Microsoft employees are Indians.
28% of IBM employees are Indians.
17% of INTEL scientists are Indians.
13% of XEROX employees are! Indians.

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HISTORY FACTS ABOUT INDIA – published in a German magazine

These facts were recently published in a German magazine, which deals with WORLD HISTORY FACTS ABOUT INDIA .

1. India never invaded any country in her last 1000 years of history.

2. India invented the Number system. Zero was invented by Aryabhatta.

3. The world’s first University was established in Takshila in 700BC. More than 10,500 students from all over the world studied more than 60 subjects. The University of Nalanda built in the 4 th century BC was one of the greatest achievements of ancient India in the field of education.

4. According to the Forbes magazine, Sanskrit is the most suitable language for computer software.
 
5. Ayurveda is the earliest school of medicine known to humans.
 
6. Although western media portray modern images of India as poverty striken and underdeveloped through political corruption, India was once the richest empire on earth.
 
7. The art of navigation was born in the river Sindh 5000 years ago. The very word ‘Navigation’ is derived from the Sanskrit word NAVGATIH.
 
8. The value of pi was first calculated by Budhayana, and he explained the concept of what is now k! nown as the Pythagorean Theorem. British scholars have last year (1999) officially published that Budhayan’s works dates to the 6 th Century which is long before the European mathematicians.
 
9. Algebra, trigonometry and calculus came from India . Quadratic equations were by Sridharacharya in the 11 th Century; the largest numbers the Greeks and the Romans used were 
106 whereas Indians used numbers as big as 10 53.
 
10.. According to the Gemmological Institute of America, up until 1896, India was the only source of diamonds to the world.
 
11. USA based IEEE has proved what has been a century-old suspicion amongst academics that the pioneer of wireless communication was Professor Jagdeesh Bose and not Marconi.

12. The earliest reservoir and dam for irrigation was built in Saurashtra.

13. Chess was invented in India .
 
14. Sushruta is the father of surgery. 2600 years ago he and health scientists of his time conducted surgeries like cesareans, cataract, fractures and urinary stones.. Usage of anaesthesia was well known in ancient India .
 
15. When many cultures in the world were only nomadic forest dwellers over 5000 years ago, Indians established Harappan culture in Sindhu Valley ( Indus Valley Civilisation).

16. The place value system, the decimal system was developed in India in 100 BC.
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Two Wonderful Stories – used in the seminars by International Bestseller Author and Motivator Dr. Ujjwal Patni

STORY 1
One of the most memorable case studies on Japanese management was the case of the empty soapbox, which happened in one of Japan’s biggest cosmetics companies. The company received a complaint that a consumer had bought a soapbox that was empty. Immediately the authorities isolated the problem to the assembly line, which transported all the packaged boxes of soap to the delivery department. For some reason, one soapbox went through the assembly line empty. Management asked its engineers to solve the problem. Post-haste, the engineers worked hard to devise an X-ray machine with high-resolution monitors manned by two people to watch all the soapboxes that passed through the line to make sure they were not empty. No doubt, they worked hard and they worked fast but they spent a Whoopee amount to do so.

But when a rank-and-file employee in a small company was posed with the same problem, he did not get into complications of X-rays, etc., but instead came out with another solution. He bought a strong industrial electric fan and pointed it at the assembly line. He switched the fan on, and as each soapbox passed the fan, it simply blew the empty boxes out of the line.

      
 STORY 2
When NASA began the launch of astronauts into space, they found out that the pens wouldn’t work at zero gravity (ink won’t flow down to the writing surface). To solve this problem, it took them one decade and $12 million. They developed a pen that worked at zero gravity, upside down, underwater, in practically any surface including crystal and in a temperature range from below freezing to over 300 degrees C.

And what did the Russians do…?? They used a pencil.

Moral: Always look for simple solutions.
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The secret of happiness

The secret of happiness is to be free of fear.
Fear is like a toxin that runs through much of our thinking.
It feeds on insecurity, feeling of loss, loneliness,
inadequacy and attachment.

You are loveable and loving. Accept this as Truth.
Appreciate and care for yourself – truly, deeply, intensely,
in a way that reflects your real value.

Then you will automatically have the same regards
for all other living beings and things.

~Unknown~

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Leadership Lessons from Mahatma Gandhi

Lesson # 1 : Continuous learning and improvement Learning and improvement 
Gandhi always told his followers that if two of his sentences contradict each other and if they thought he was sane at that time (!), please ignore the first one and accept the second one. This reflects his learning and growth mindset, as well as anticipation of his followers’ needs. As an added corollary, rigid consistency was not one of his traits!

Lesson # 2 : Looking at each person just as a human being
“Be quick, be brief, be gone!” Personal meetings with Gandhi were very short, generally lasting a couple of minutes. However, in those minutes people felt that Gandhi made them feel as if they were the only person in the world that Gandhi would have liked to talk at that time.

Lesson # 3 : Being an excellent listener


Gandhi was not a very skilled public speaker; generally he was believed to be quite average. On the other hand, he was an exceptional listener of both the articulated and the unsaid. He seemed to be practicing “seeing with your ears.”

Lesson # 4 : Proactively identifying barriers to make change sustainable
In the 1920s an American journalist asked Gandhi what the biggest problem was that India faced at the time. The journalist expected Gandhi to say that the problems were slavery and British rule or pervasive poverty. But Gandhi said the biggest challenge facing the country was “callousness of intellectuals.” He was not just thinking about getting independence but about building a sustainable society.

Lesson # 5 : Being the conscience keeper
Non-cooperation was one of the key political movements that Gandhi initiated and led. Gandhi aborted the movement saying a key tenet of the movement, non-violence, was violated, and that in his opinion “we are not ready for self-rule.” A related trait for Gandhi was his belief that the end did not justify the means. He was insistent about purity of path in order to achieve desired goal.

Lesson # 6 : Heavy emphasis on self-awareness and discipline
As you grow in self awareness, you will better understand why you feel what you feel and why you

behave as you behave. Self discipline is the training of your mind to control, perceived harmful, urges, and to continue to control these urges until a satisfactory resolution has been sought. Self discipline is a skill and once you get to grips with it, it can alter your life

Lesson # 7 : Balancing value-driven vision and execution efficiency
A leader with vision has a clear, vivid picture of where to go, as well as a firm grasp on what success looks like and how to achieve it. But it’s not enough to have a vision; leaders must also share it and act upon it. A leader must be able to communicate his or her vision in terms that cause followers to buy into it. He or she must communicate clearly and passionately, as passion is contagious.

Lesson # 8 : Emphasis on path and result
Mahatma Gandhi was the great leader. He had chosen a path of non-voilence for himself and his followers. All his life he fought against the imperial powers only with the weapon of non-voilence. This gave us straight to fight without weapons. And due to this we are here and ready to face any problem. It’s also necessary to be clear as to what are the outcomes of effective leadership.

Lesson # 9 : Adopting holistic perspective in every endeavor
In his ideal society, there is no room for weapons other than nails of a woman. Security has nothing to do with weapons of any sort in the Gandhian arrangement of things. Gandhi is in favor of a nonviolent and more civilized life style. Gandhi’s approach had always been holistic as human life is a synthetic whole, which can not be divided into watertight compartments of social , religious, political life etc. 

Lesson # 10 : Be open-minded 
Always keep things in perspective. Do not dismiss others or anything – big or small – without giving a try. We never know where the next ‘cool’ or useful idea may come from.