What I learnt from reading 30+ books in 2016!

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It is once again the end of the year. For many it is time for a new resolution, but for me it is a time to ruminate about the previous year.  Last year I read more than 25+ books, and this year I set out to read 35 books. But I could officially  complete only…

5 ways to be Committed to Success:

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Any person can have a goal, but only some people follow through the goal.  Commitment to the goal is more important than just simply having a goal. Only the committed win! The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred….

7 Best Introductory Books to Self-Development

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I read a lot of book that deal with business and self-development. But I feel these are the best books to start with self-development. I personally enjoyed these books and I re-read them often. 1. The 7 Habits of Highly effective People- Stephen R. Covey         This book is an eye opener. It changed the…

How to stay Motivated

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  Staying motivated is not an easy task. It requires persistence and dedication. Zig Ziglar says it well, when he says that motivation doesn’t last, but neither does bathing. It needs continuous effort. Here are certain tips on staying motivated. Visualize All the top performers use this technique to get what they desire. So to…

5 Ways To Release Brakes And Go For Success- Mega Success!

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Get success Many times we listen to a motivational tape or read some inspirational tape and we are pumped up. We plan and are ready to go! But that is not so simple. Within two or three days we will have a feeling of moving slowly, or a thought that we are stuck. This feeling…


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The world is full of pointing fingers. Complaining, excusing, reasoning are the key words at present. Responsibility has become something of a negative word. Nobody takes 100% responsibility, the people blame the government, parents blame the children, and children blame the parents. But in the long run, we are all blaming and complaining each other….

D. Ronald Hadrian
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