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Judge Not...

Can u judge who is the better person out of these 3 ?

Mr A - He had friendship with bad politicians, consults astrologers, two wives, chain smoker, drinks eight to 10 times a day.

Mr B - He was kicked out of office twice, sleeps till noon, used opium in college & drinks whiskey every evening.

Mr C - He is a decorated war hero, a vegetarian, doesn't smoke, doesn't drink  and never cheated on his wife.

You would say Mr.C



Mr. A was Franklin Roosevelt! ( 32nd President of the USA)

Mr. B was Winston Churchill!! (Former British Prime Minister)


Strange but true..
Its risky to judge anyone by his habits !
Character is a complex phenomenon.

So every person in ur life is important, don't judge them, accept them.
Three beautiful thoughts

1. None can destroy iron, but its own rust can!
Likewise, none can destroy a person, but his own mindset can.

2. Ups and downs in life are very important to keep us going, because a straight line even in an…

Job search mistakes

With all the resources and advice available online, it’s astonishing to see people continue to make the same mistakes when job searching.

I’m not talking about the big, laughable mistakes like showing up to an interview inebriated or inadvertently bad mouthing a former boss to his best friend. I’m talking about the small, seemingly innocuous, yet completely avoidable mistakes people make.

But you don’t have to be one of them. Use this list as a sort of checklist against these common mistakes, and protect your job search against painful mistakes.  You should always avoid:

Typos on your resume
They make you look unprofessional, proofread with extreme prejudice.

Waiting for the job to come to you
You should be proactive, make a list of the top 10 companies or jobs you want and figure out how to go after them.

Relying on job postings
An online ad is going to generate thousands of responses. Instead, focus much of your time on networking to find those unadvertised positions.

Casual searching

This 1 Thing Is the Key to Leadership Success

The leadership landscape is as challenging now as ever. Business is done at light-speed, on a global scale, in the face of digital disruption that multiplies exponentially year after year. Leaders across industries need to continuously push for stronger performance and adaptability to keep pace. It's acutely Darwinian -- the enterprise either grows or it dies. That's why a tough-minded approach, that is hyper-focused on conjuring superior results, is required at the helm of today's organizations.
But while the climate in which business is conducted has changed radically, the leadership challenge remains largely the same: how do we, in a principled and passionate way, derive the best results possible from other people? How do we ensure our workforce adapts quickly to the changes of the modern age and performs to an ever-higher standard?  The toughest and most results-oriented leaders are increasingly discovering that the answer lies in building relationships. Effective lea…

FOCUS: The sense of direction

Focus means fixated (thinking) about one thing while filtering out distractions, to fulfill your potential you ought to cultivate the habit of being focused, in abundance and in the proper balance because failure to focus will leave you without a sense of direction, clueless and blindsided.
Being focused directs you, makes you strive to become better than you are, makes you elevated and has the potential to take you to actualizing your dreams, it doesn't come naturally to us but it is essential for everyone who want to maximize potential to cultivate one.

Kobe Bryant’s Powerful Letter to His 17 Year Old Self

The All-Star retired basketball legend Kobe Bryant shares his letter to his 17-year old self.

Kobe’s letter is below:
Dear 17-year-old self,

When your Laker dream comes true tomorrow, you need to figure out a way to invest in the future of your family and friends. This sounds simple, and you may think it’s a no-brainer, but take some time to think on it further.

Responsibility in Initiative

Responsibility is the ability to take a duty or obligation and satisfactory preform it or complete it and such must be fulfilled with a consequent of penalty in an event of failure, also according to my inspiring friend, Engr. Poloamina Tonka, he described responsibility as a combination of two words RESPONSE and ABILITY which can be defined by him as "response to ability".

A True Leader

If there was a tax on using (or mis-using it will be more like it) the word "Leader", many of us will be paying through our noses. Either we have declared ourselves as some sort of leaders or joined as followers of someone we call a leader.