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Death Or Fear!

Death gives us a new life, but

Fear takes-away the life given to us.

Strictly speaking, fear takes away any number of lives given to us. No matter how many new lives are given to you, as long as Fear exists, it will takeaway your life.

Chose wisely!

 
 

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Winners vs. Losers

Winner thinks about “What works?”

Looser thinks about “What doesn’t works?”

vice versa.

Who thinks “What works?” – Wins.

Who thinks “What doesn’t works?” – loses.

 
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Posted by on September 26, 2016 in Business, Leadership, Life, Management

 

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Problem? Fix it right, and once for all.

Got a Problem? Fix it right, and once for all.
If you don’t, then you soon got to face the bigger version of the same problem.
Beware, sometimes the bigger version may demand a price you can’t pay.

 
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Posted by on June 25, 2016 in Business, Leadership, Life, Management

 

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Expecting too-much of you?

Don’t worry, expecting too-much teaches many things about you, most importantly you will know your real potential, and by the end of your work it raises a bit up for sure.

So stop doubting around, expect too-much of you and work very hard.

quoteBite: “We aim above the mark to hit the mark.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

 
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Posted by on April 1, 2016 in Leadership, Life, Management, My Self

 

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Practicality, Short Sighted & Innovation!

Practicality kills Innovation!
Short Sighted people can’t Innovate!

So come out of these often to Grow!.

 
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Posted by on August 29, 2014 in Business, Leadership, Life, Management

 

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Murphy’s Law on ‘wrong’

Anything that can go wrong will go wrong. — Murphy’s Law

 
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Posted by on July 22, 2014 in Life, Management

 

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Rules, Principles, & Duties in Decision Making!

Use rules and principles as guides, but decide based on ‘what your duty is’. And always remember that your Duty takes precedence over both rules and principles. At a given time if two or more of your duties collide take up the duty which applies to a broader cause, and be ready to face the consequences of not taking the other duty(ies).

 

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