Success is the achievement of a high position in a particular field, for example in business or politics.
Success is an attitude. Success requires maximum effort. It is peace of mind and a state of mind.
“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” ‒ Robert Collier
Being successful means the achievement of desired visions and planned goals.
“In my opinion, true success should be measured by how happy you are.” – Billionaire Richard Branson
What is Success? What does success mean to you? Actually, it has many definitions.
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1) Make peace with your past so it won’t screw up the present.
2) What others think of you is none of your business.
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1. Trying to please everyone:
2. Fearing change:
3. Living in the past:
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It is a
Effect which wins the hearts..
Yes.. It’s your “SWEET SMILE“..
So keep smiling always
Brave concept is.. “do or die”.
Practical concept is.. “do before you die” &
Winner’s concept is.. “don’t die until you do it.”
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Keep smile always
Stay away from anger…It hurts…Only You!
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In short, Success means attainment of a goal. During our lifetime, Success comes and goes, but we should keep on moving until we achieve a goal.
Success is a part in the journey of our life and its not a destination. To achieve the success we should work hard. Success won’t come until we work.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston S. Churchill
In the dictionary itself we have never seen the word ‘success’ comes before the ‘work’. Likewise we should work in order to achieve the success.
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Before teaching kids anything parents themselves have to know and practice what they are going to teach their kids. Kids look up to their parents for everything and parents are the role models of kids.
We often forget that children aren’t born with a built-in sense of respect for others. While each child has a different personality, all children need to be taught to be respectful.
“Knowledge will give you power, but character respect.” – Bruce Lee
It’s important to remember that your child is not your friend—he’s your child. Your job is to teach him to be able to function in the world. This means teaching him to behave respectfully to others, not just you.
“Most good relationships are built on mutual trust and respect.” – Mona Sutphen
Respect means showing that another person is important by our actions and words. It makes us show consideration to others and also to hold them in good regard.
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Life’s true gift lies in your freedom to design it beautifully. If you take your life seriously then you truly understood each day is a gift.
“Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” – Marcus Aurelius
“Life is a gift, and it offers us the privilege, opportunity, and responsibility to give something back by becoming more.” – Tony Robbins
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Food can be a hobby and a true lust of life. Sometimes food can actually Be life
“Food is everything. Food, friends, family: Those are the most important things in life.” – Zac Posen
The body needs a variety of the following 5 nutrients – protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins and minerals – from the food we eat to stay healthy and productive.
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates
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Learn from the mistakes of others… you can’t live long enough to make them all yourselves!!”
A person should not be too honest. Straight trees are cut first and Honest people are screwed first….
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The happiness of the Danes can easily be explained by 10 cultural rules. Jante Law has ten simple rules and they are all about the happy acceptance of being average. And, it seems that the idea of jante has a big part to play in the smiling Danish faces.
The Law of Jante is the description of a pattern of group behaviour towards individuals within Nordic countries that negatively portrays and criticises individual success and achievement as unworthy and inappropriate.
The Jante Law as a concept was created by the Dano-Norwegian author Aksel Sandemose, who, in his novel A Fugitive Crosses His Tracks (En flyktning krysser sitt spor, 1933, English translation published in the USA in 1936), identified the Law of Jante as ten rules.
There are ten rules in the law as defined by Sandemose, all expressive of variations on a single theme and usually referred to as a homogeneous unit: You are not to think you’re anyone special or that you’re better than us.
The 10 rules of Jante Law:
Rule #1: You’re not to think you are anything special.
Rule #2: You’re not to think you are as good as we are.
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