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Success, world-class health, internal fulfillment and sustained happiness don’t just happen. These elements of your best life are created.

All too often we look at a human being playing their best game on the playing field of life and assume they got lucky or were born into their lofty condition.

What we don’t see is all the devotion and discipline that went into crafting the extraordinary results we see.

Success and joy and inner peace don’t just show up. You need to create them.
Find your series of practices, perform them with consistency. And then go out into this beautiful world of ours and shine..

THIS IS THE POWER OF DAILY PRACTICES..

What a concept!

Is your life fulfilling? Or is it merely crammed?

Know the difference and you’ll realize it’s not the quantity of activities you engage in (or possessions you collect) that ultimately determine your happiness. One naturally unfolding, enriching experience can easily surpasses many rushed and distracted ones. But you may be so chronically over-scheduled, you never give yourself a chance to enjoy anything to the fullest.

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Get more out of life by doing less..

Experiment. Choose an occasion and give it your complete, mindful and unhurried attention. Then imagine an entire life of such enrichment. It’s absolutely attainable..

A Nice lesson!!

Posted: April 26, 2012 in Love, Management, Motivation, Quotes, Spiritual

Lesson

Once a boy went to a shop with his mother. The shop keeper looked at the small cute child and showed him a bottle with sweets and said ‘Dear Child..u can take the sweets…

But the child didn’t take. The shop keeper was… surprised.. Such a small child he is and why is he not taking the sweets from the bottle. Again he said take the sweets….

Now the mother also heard that and said.. Take the sweets dear.. Yet he didn’t take… The shopkeeper seeing the child not taking the sweets… He himself took the sweets and gave to the child. The child was happy to get two hands full of sweets.

While returning home the Mother asked the child… Why didn’t you take the sweets, when the shop keeper told you to take?..

Can you guess the response: Child replies… Mom! My hands are very small and if I take the sweets I can only take few.. But now you see when uncle gave with his big hands…. How many more sweets I got!

Moral :

When we take we may get little but when GOD gives…
HE gives us more beyond our expectations. .. More than what we can hold..!!
So Always Trust in GOD. He Always Does the Best for us!!

Happy Promise Day to all Lets follow some of the good practices defined by some great thought leaders..

Trust is central to PROMISES… trust that we can be taken at our word… trust that today’s “Yes” will not become tomorrow’s “No”… trust that we will meet the expectation with fulfillment.

If we offer something to someone, it is generosity. If someone takes it from us without permission, it is theft. If we make PROMISES, it is now our responsibility… there is an obligation on our part. If we renege on our word, it is tantamount to theft, because not only are we taking back our words, we are taking away the fulfillment attached to the promise, which leads to others being Disappointed in us.

A Good Practice: Write your PROMISES on the calendar as an Appointment… then make sure you show up for your appointment on time.

Promises are great, if they are kept; broken promises bring disappointments and hurt. The only thing we have is our words; a man and his word have to be the same or else he is a liar.

Godly, honorable people keep their PROMISES.

There is only one YOU and trying to be like anyone is a total waste of time I say!

Many entrepreneurs push you to follow your passion and to observe successful people and do what they do. I also believed this. Do what they do but do it in your own way; add your own personal flare and passion along with your high energy and action and you will succeed on your own accord and merit.

Everyone is unique so embrace YOU and concentrate on what you can, do not what others can do.