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Monday, 27 September, 2010

Good mng!!!

Hi all,
Have a blissful day!!!

Small words BIG Thought!!!

Whenever good things happen to you, however small they may be, celebrate.

Celebrate like you just scored the winning touchdown at the Superbowl.

You get a free drink at Starbucks?

Do a little dance, raise your hands up in the sky, and shout whatever good things come to mind.

You see the shirt you wanted on sale?

Do your strut, clap your hands, and wave them as high as you can.

In my experience, here's what happens when you celebrate the good things that come into your life.

You just get more of them.

Now, I could "logicalize" this as to why it happens, but it kind of takes the fun out of the whole thing.

Celebrate the good that comes into your life.

Every last drop.

It's uncanny how life seems to sense that and just bring you more.

"Continuous effort - not strength or intelligence - is the key to unlocking our potential."
~Sir Winston Churchill

Sunday, 19 September, 2010

Wonderful Mng!!!

Hi all,
Have a wonderful start of week ahead!!

Small words BIG thought!!!

"Good job!"
Wherever you are, in your private life or in business, on top of the hierarchy or just beginning to climb up the ladder, you enjoy it when someone tells you "Good job!" But do you also play the reverse game? Do I hear you saying, "Didn't think of it" or "Have to focus on more important things"? With all due respect, you need to think again, because acknowledging a job well done is an incredibly powerful gesture that is greatly underestimated.

Everybody likes being appreciated and there are countless forms to express it, from "That was a great job – thank you!" to a simple, appreciative thank-you note, a little gift, an email after an interesting meeting, an extended birthday card. There are no limits to your imagination.

Allow me to mention two points that are important. Your praise must be honest, genuine and sincere – no phony talk. A snow job, lip service, and flattery get you nowhere and achieve the opposite. And the second point: your praise has to be timely and fresh, soon after the incident has happened. Waiting too long takes much of the power away. And if we say "Good job!" it make us feel good so isn't this another incentive?

How about voicing an unexpected "Thank you!" right now?

"It's never crowded along the extra mile."
~Wayne Dyer

Monday, 6 September, 2010

Goodie mng!!

Hi all,

Have a nice day!!!

Small words BIG thought!!!

Imagine your car was having some problems and you brought it to the mechanic.

He/she fixed it and gave it back to you.

But not only that, you got a follow up call from them a few days later to see how the car was running, if there were any more issues or concerns or questions you had.

How great is that?


Something you don't see every day.

That's the power of follow up.

Let us think of ways to use it in all aspects of our lives in order to better serve the people we care about.

“Enjoy life. This is not a dress rehearsal.”