The observations are ingenius- Perception is reality, everything is temporary, happiness takes work, mindfulness is supreme and love what you do. The more you like it the less of work … Continue Reading Life Lesson Hacks
Disagreements in life can happen anywhere, anytime and with anyone. What's important is where to pull the plug and STOP.
People are there who go all out to prove their point. During the process, there is a high possibility that such self-righteous people, end up losing the original intended plot of the conversation leading to nowhere.
Its important hence to keep track of the correspondence and STOP . It is a good strategy thus far for amicable negotiations and constructive verbittle between two or more parties.
Therefore, guys, STOP when its needed. No point shouting it loud. It will never bring in consensus or closure.
Silence is the best recipe..at times. Cheers.
You should judge people with what they do TODAY and not by what they did in the PAST. Infact, you should never judge anyone to do the least. Self obsession … Continue Reading Judgemental- Naah !
‘Hope’ is the No. 1 product to sell. So everytime you go out try selling your million dollar real estate or a ten dollar coffee bean pack, you everytime need … Continue Reading Sell Hope. It is a proven Sales Strategy !
Radical Candor..pretty awesome huh. I have done it for years. My dad has been doing it with us for years. I think it is a very effective and it is definitely a progressive people management strategy.
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Incredible things happen to your mind when you survive the worse. You get programmed to boot neurons and activate chemical responses in your brain that just changes how you see … Continue Reading Survival Impact
Majority of us these days who run businesses claim/try to solve a problem. But I don’t think that is the case always. At least, I don’t! Your business was started … Continue Reading Problem solving in business? I Don’t!