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Time Tested Golden Rules For Cracking Interview 

 

 
 1:LOCATE  PROPER PATH FOR SUCCESS, IF YOU  ARE UNABLE TO DO IT  .  YOU
  MUST CONSULT OTHERS.

2:DO YOUR SWOT ANALYSIS.

 3:YOU  SHOULD BE CLEAR ABOUT,WHAT TO READ, WHAT NOT TO READ.HOW TO PLAN STUDIES.

 4:AS YOU ARE  UNABLE TO IDENTIFY YOUR  WEAKNESSES,HENCE UNABLE TO CORRECT THESE.

 5:AS YOU ARE UNABLE TO IDENTIFY YOUR STRENGTHS,HENCE UNABLE TO CAPITALIZE ON THESE.

 6:AS YOU ARE UNABLE TO IDENTIFY THREATS AROUND YOU FROM  YOUR COMPETITORS,HENCE UNABLE TO    MATCH THEM.

 7:AS YOU ARE UNABLE TO IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES AROUND THEM,HENCE  YOU ARE UNABLE TO CAPITALIZE  THESE .

 8:AS YOU MISSED MANY  OPPORTUNITIES, BECAUSE YOU ARE UNABLE TO  TRUST  SOMEONE IN YOUR  LIFE .  YOU   SHOULD BE ABLE TO IDENTIFY  AT LEAST SOMEONE FOR  PROPER GUIDANCE .

9:BELIEVE IN YOURSELF,  STILL TAKE HELP OF OTHERS. 

10: YOU MUST SEEK GUIDANCE FROM AN EXPERIENCED PERSON .THIS WILL HELP IN  OPTIMIZATION OF  YOUR EFFORTS. Mr ANIL AGGARWAL IS THERE TO HELP YOU. A PROPER GUIDE IS A BLISS IN LIFE.

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 PERSONAL COACHING CLASSES FOR BANK INTERVIEW(THE FACILITY IS AVAILABLE TO CANDIDATES LIVING ALL OVER INDIA):

Mr Anil Aggarwal (a banking expert and interview process expert) is  conducting Personal coaching classes for bank interviews .The focus of his sessions are: 

  1. What type of questions can be raised from you on the basis of your profile?
  2. How to attempt your answers during interview?
  3. What are the expectations of selection board?
  4. How you can present your skills in live interview situation?
  5. What to read, what not to read?
  6. How to prepare for interview?
  7. How to cover one's weaknesses?
  8. How to improve confidence level?

and so on........_

 Mr ANIL AGGARWAL is able to bring about a lot of  improvement  in level of candidates through his motivational and informative talk. His motto is to achieve very high success rate for his candidates. you can read success stories of his candidates.

 

TO KNOW DETAILS OF PERSONAL COACHING CLASSES :

FOR DELHI / NCR CANDIDATES

  • You may call at 09811340788 or 011-22242640  between 3 P.M. to 8 P.M..

FOR OUTSTATION CANDIDATES FROM ALL OVER INDIA :

  • You may call at 09811340788 or 011-22242640  between 3 P.M. to 8 P.M..
  • Candidates can avail facility of telephonic sessions.

PAST TRACK RECORD

81.8% enrolled candidates cleared their interviews with high scores and they are now working with various banks..

DELHI OFFICE ADDRESS:

ANIL AGGARWAL COACHING

49,TRILOK APARTMENTS,

NEAR MADHU VIHAR GURUDWARA,

I.P Extension , PATPARGANJ, DELHI,  110092

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HOW TO CONCENTRATE FOR STUDIES:

Focus. Fix your eyes on your target ability, to concentrate on the prize. It's beyond mere distraction, or not planning (no studytime), (thi-m-k correctly! Agree...).

Make learning easier -- "agree with school"; love/or need it: it needs good students (Hint: be a ____ [what?]).

2Sleep (at home!). Lack of sleep makes it difficult to concentrate on tricky topics for long periods of time. Get at least 7 hours of rest per night (preferably 8+) to facilitate your best brain power.

3Dump the drifting off: smile, avoid anger/bad-attitude ~~ worrying ~~ stress~~daydreaming inappropriately: get help, or you solve your relationships ("be a sweet/tuffy") do your best with family and/or get (gracious) friends (good/thoughtful ones)... get sharper ones -- if that's a difficulty, only you can solve the "dullards" (The Three Stooges -- "ooo-oow"/clonk) in friendships, "grab it by the ear or nose, control it!" If need be, get new ones that let you focus on your studies, to solve that personal-personnel problem...
Tackle personal issues, head on -- including your schedule -- if it's too loaded with sport(s), the job, texting, the net, plus "peer pressure", the "gang" -- shredding your attention? Control yourself, and earn, and give yourself a high-five, in spirit: make "esprit de corps" -- smile, and show personal pep and snap!

4Load up/get down: be like a "giant-wheel" (4-wheel drive) -- not a race car or 3 cylinder mini-econo-ride! Enjoy a truck load of "high priorities" in getting your education, listed on your schedule, accepting that responsibility, while developing confidence in your "givers" -- relationships, such as your job, but nixing-out the "takers", including [constant/continual] texting, gaming, "extreme sports" and hobbies that can and must wait for fall-/spring-break, Christmas vacation, or other seasonal holidays, "teacher workdays", summer (va-ca-tion!)...

5Eat your favorite green and yellow veggies and "whole foods", nuts (not greasy fries/chips and fattening candy); so eat lean! Avoid white foods: white bread/potatoes, flour, grease and sugar, "dead" foods/and drinks that cause you to crash in class and at study time.

Stay awake: be in your conscious mind -- let alone concentrating -- snoring in class is problematic.

Flip side: caffeine and sweets can over-stress/stimulate your systems and lead to nervous "ji-jit-jitters" -- and acting out (not from "boredom" -- just "dead-heading" like an empty vessel or truck). An empty ship has to take on ballast, loads of rocks or water to settle down; so, load-up better/think clearer. Dump the load of rocks!

6Dig-out the deeper meaning in school subjects. Make your studies interesting, or at least create good rewards for yourself that will make you more motivated to finish -- like get a good book, a salad or tea to celebrate homework completed.

Avoid boredom -- face-it "it's" a personal problem; others do! So can you!

Give activity (math, science, reading) meaning -- oh, not motivating to you -- "so" self-centered that only you can fix it!

7Motivate, sublimate: be vigorous and emotional to succeed using anger at, or even fear of, making a C, or worse, to motivate practicing, for skills or study of concepts (in math, science, literature...).

8Stop Making Excuses... and be inspired:

"Enjoying the Stars:

When we ponder or give-birth, to twinkling stars,

When we reach for our shimmering dreams,

We're never bothered by how far away

The expectant shoal's breaking waters seem.

We are inspired by rejoicing in the beauty

Of our visions, our dreams -- brighter than any stars,

More brilliant and permanent in our souls than the sun!" (Reread it, again).
Create An Environment For Concentration

1Have everything you need to study. Your pencils and pens, highlighters and books should be within your reach so that you are not distracted while studying.

2Have a snack nearby. Eat simple like 1 or 2 crackers or 3 almonds which will help your mind stay focused (avoid sugary, fat loaded "stuffing" your face). Don't drink much coffee, tea, or any energy drinks. They inevitably lead to a crash that makes you feel dead-tired -- that pinching and slapping won't fix (sleep works).

3Make a timetable. Work for 30-60 minute periods with 5-10 minute breaks in between.

4Embrace your learning: Studying or practicing for an hour is like a feast of learning or a workout. Tell yourself why you want to do that.

5Find a quiet place to study. You want the room to be silent and free of distractions in order to concentrate. For example, do not study right in front of a TV because you will only do your homework when the advertisements come up. Go to get a "snip" of TV or radio only as a quick break -- exactly as if it's a few moments to go to get a drink of water. Such entertainment is not a festival, not like a picnic; keep it simple and quick.

6Make sure your cell phone and other electronic devices are turned off. This will help you avoid temptations to be off task and allow you to stay on your plan.

7Consider playing music softly. For some people, music helps them concentrate. For some, it doesn't. Try it out and see what works best for you.

General Tips For Concentration

1Do the least pleasant tasks first. While fresh you can sizzle with the highest powers of concentration at your disposal. "Do the most critical understandings and deep background concepts early", before moving on to easier (less challenging) but necessary grinding out of details. If you do the easier tasks first, you will be thinking about/and "stressing-nerves" on the harder ones, the whole time, and feel more tempted to avoid them once you do reach them (at the end of too much busy-work).

2Avoid bogging down when reading, or getting stuck and defeated on difficult problems or essay questions. Sometimes the least desirable part of an assignment may be too time consuming: it could drain/kill all your available time. So try to limit your time and self-supervise to move on to easier matters.

3Preview to help focus and know what the material is about:

'Scan over/through each chapter to study (as assigned or that you want to) by reading for keywords, definitions and headings, plus the following:

Read a little on each page and overview the topic.

View pictures; read captions, maps, charts, bold face wording.

Read chapter questions and the footnotes and endnotes.

Read the summary, or the intro and conclusion.

4Read the material more closely after the previewing. Re-read parts that you zoned or spaced out on -- as if it didn't make sense or your mind had drifted. Get into (learning) new vocabulary. Learn the necessaries: ideas, concepts, skills and terminology (termi-know-ledgy).

5Make an objectives list (goals). An assignments card and ink the permanent parts, pencil the changing page numbers, dates due, etc., so you can erase and reuse the card (until it's ruined) or sheets to write down assignments; list everything you need to accomplish -- and to learn, and remember! Check each item off as you finish it.

6The "5 More" rule. Tell yourself to do only five more things or five more minutes before quitting. Once you've finished those, do another five. Breaking tasks up into smaller chunks makes things easier for those with shorter concentration spans.

7Reward yourself. Offer yourself incentives for once you've completed a study task. This will improve your motivation and therefore your concentration. Rewards may be running around the block or up and down stairs in a library or dorm, doing yoga, taking a proper sleep and diet are rewards for finishing and having time to spare. Taking some rest every hour while you study is a reward. Breaks will not bore you, and that will also make reading your chapters easy and self-rewarding/self-motivated.

8Sit in a chair and hopefully at a table or desk while you study. Don't ever study in bed, except maybe reading on top of your covers, propped upright with a bright reading light behind you, but not under a blanket or quilt, unless you'd freeze otherwise. If it makes you feel too relaxed, warm and too sleepy, stay out of/avoid the bedroom, if possible, for study.

9Be in the real world. Don't lead your mind towards fantasy, but whenever you get the idea of daydreaming, just close your eyes and think about your ultimate goals: physical, spiritual, fiscal/financial and health, education and family, and include a few words about priorities of living to make opportunity become reality in all those areas.

TEN Tips to Improve Data Interpretation Score:

1) Read the question carefully The first and the most important step in solving any Data Interpretation question is to read the question carefully. You should read all the data that comes with the graphs or table in the question. Many a times, the data given below the graph turns out to be more important than most of the numbers in the graphs.

2) Analyze the Data Carefully The next step should be to analyze the given graph/data carefully. Do not try to see the questions first and find out the answers accordingly. You will waste your time if you follow that method. Try to understand the graph. What is it about? Which years does it cover? Is the data in absolute terms or in percentage terms? What do the two axis signify?, etc. Look at the statistics for each graph, chart, table or pie diagram. Look carefully at the labels. Make sure you understand the central them of the data.

3) Don’t worry about too much data Try to understand the question. Sometimes, the question contains lots of data that is unrelated and not required for answering the questions. When you look at the question you may get discouraged by the lengthy tables or by the amount of information below the graphs. But, if you were to understand what the data is about and then look at the question, you may find that you only have to use part of the data. Hence, it is important that you do not get disheartened by the size of the data and skip the question without looking closely at it.

4) Skip Questions that need too much Calculation Some questions ask too much from you. They require lots of calculation in order to be solved. These questions are known as the speedbreakers. Such questions are best left alone, at least in the first round. Once you have finished solving all the easy questions and still have time for the section to end, you should attempt these questions. If you try such questions, you will lose your precious time on them and may not be able to attempt some simple questions that may follow. By attempting easy questions first, you will improve Data Interpreatation Score .

5) Avoid Unnecessary Calculations We have a habit from our school days to solve questions in a step by step method. This is a very good habit for school exams but a really bad habit when it comes to attempting IBPS OR SBI EXAM. There are many unnecessary calculations that we do which cost us a precious few seconds per question. Sometimes, there are many steps that can be skipped but we still do it as we are trained to solve in a step by step method. Learn to skip those steps. 

6) Pay close attention to the units used
Sometimes, the questions will use a different unit for the question and another unit for the data. For example, the data given may be about sales volume in Millions. However, the question may ask about sales volume in lakhs. If you do not pay close attention to the unit, you may chose the wrong answer. Another question may talk about two roads for example and may give the time in hours in one case and minutes in another. Always convert the units into the ones asked. So, if the question asks how many minutes it will take, convert the data given in hours into minutes. Or if the question asks in hours, convert the data in minutes to hours.
7) Learn to Approximate
Competitive exam is not about finding the exact answer always. Most of the times, the options given are far enough from each other to give you enough room for approximation. So, for example, if you are asked to divide 542678/181234, you can easily approximate that the answer will be somewhere around 3 by looking at the first 2 numbers only. 54/18 is 3. So, instead of dividing it and finding the accurate answer, try to find an appproximate answer. This will give you the correct answer more often than not. If however, the options are close, you will still be able to eliminate 1 or 2 options easily.

8) Do not assume anything
Sometimes there are questions which will ask us to find out something holistic data for which is not available. Always be alert enough to see whether the data given is enough to answer the question or not and do not go forward with answering the questions based on assumptions.

There is a joke on this which I am sure most of you may have heard. It goes something like this:

A man was driving with his son to some destination. Midway, they had an accident and the son was injured. The father took him to the hospital. The doctor there saw the boy and said “He is my Son”. How is this possible?
—> The Doctor is his mother.
Female Doctors do exist.
The joke relies on the fact that most people would assume the doctor to be a man. This leads to this riddle/joke’s punchline.

9) Dont attempt DI sets in the last 10 minutes

Last 10 minutes often bring with them anxiety and solving DI questions requires a cool head which aids analysis of data. Solving a set may prove costly as panic may kick in and if one is not able to solve the set it may lead to loss of time which otherwise could have been devoted to singlets.

10) Learn to skim through data
In recent years Exams have been giving sets which have a lot of data in them and all the data is not required to solve the questions. Skimming through the data and avoiding entanglement becomes an important part of the process. So focus on what is required in the question rather than forming tables/ consolidated form for all the data.
Thanks .

 

Worth reading-
A group of friends visited their old university professor.
Conversation soon turned to complaints about
'STRESS' & 'TENSION' in Life.
Professor offered them Coffee & returned from kitchen with Coffee in different kinds of cups !!!
(Glass Cups, Crystal Cups, Shining Ones, Some Plain Looking, Some Ordinary & Some Expensive Ones......)
When all of them had a Cup in Hand,
the professor said:-
"If you noticed-
all the Nice Looking & Expensive Cups are taken up,
leaving - behind the ordinary ones !!
Everyone of you wanted the Best CUPS,
&
that is the source of your STRESS & TENSION !!
What you really wanted was
"Coffee", not the "Cup" !
But you still went for the Best Cup.
If Life is Coffee ;
Then Jobs, Money, Status & Love etc. are the Cups !!!
They are just TOOLS to hold and contain Life.
Please Don't Let the CUPS Drive you !!
Enjoy the COFFEE .
Live ur life.
share this with your friends.

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HOW TO CHART A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

1. Having joined a particular company or department, do not nurture any grudge. If you do not like your present employers, better leave them or reconcile yourself to the : environment and culture without intermittent murmur. Learn to be content. 

2. Study the career graphs of all those who are considered successful and try to take a leaf or two from their 
books. 

3. Avoid doing what is considered unethical and unlawful. Success achieved through wrong and unlawful means is short‐lived and will damage your reputation and credibility once for all. 

4. Do not earn the displeasure of your immediate boss, even if he is an idiot or a rogue. 

5. Think ahead of your boss, but in action, you always follow what he says. 

6. If you disagree with the observations of your boss, do not enter into an argument with him, especially in the 
presence of others. 

7. After the heat subsides, when the boss is in a good mood and when he is alone, tell him politely about the 
alternatives available. Here also, you must be careful. Do not use the words like “You are wrong; What you say is not correct; No, that will not work” etc.

8. When you talk to your boss, use the word ‘you’ only when you praise him; when you differ with him or criticize his views, use the passive voice. For instance, say “it will be better if …” ; “it can be done like this, Sir”. Most of the bosses do not mind your criticism provided you keep on repeating the word ‘Sir’ while you talk to him. 
9. Praise your boss in the presence of others and express your own views that are at variance with his, when he is alone. 

10. Develop friendship with talented peers and do not hesitate to learn whatever you can from them. 

11. Relationships at the personal level (not to be misconstrued) will reinforce the bond within the organization across all the levels of hierarchy and consolidate the team spirit. 

12. Share the fruits of your success with everyone around you, inside the office/work place. 

13. Never forget to protect the honest people from the ill effects of their unintended mistakes. 

14. Similarly, never compromise on your personal ethics and values, for short term benefits. 

15. It is not necessary that in order to earn the goodwill and attention of your top management, you should go very close to all the people in their inner circle – relatives, personal attendants, secretary, drivers, peons, family etc. Many a time, it will prove to be counter‐productive and belittle you.

16. Forget not to attend the important functions and events at the house of your colleagues, to the extent possible. Annual events like birthdays are not as important as life time events like marriage, death etc. 

17. Never buy gifts what you cannot afford for others, with a view to please them. It may make others think that you must have earned money for buying such gifts, through unfair means. It’s very difficult to erase this impression once it is formed. 

18. Pay proper attention to your dressing style and be careful with your manner of speech. 

19. To the extent possible, talk less inside the 4 walls of your office/work spot. 

20. Keep on improving your knowledge and skills and always stay a step ahead of your adversaries. 

21. Never get stuck to one position or place; you may become stale or stagnant. 

22. Fight the obsolescence setting in, with the help of innovations, problem solving techniques and constant upgrades. There is nothing wrong in learning from the rivals/competitors too. 

23. Be in the good books of your clientele and the general public. If you learn to serve them with a smile, it will 
bring you great laurels. 
24. Extend small favours and help to as many people as possible, without expecting anything in return. 25. Never allow the arrogance of power attached to the position you occupy enter your mind, at any time. Itis
very dangerous.

26. Now and then, share your experiences briefly but effectively with others (Be careful: it must not end in boasting). 

27. Never think that you are indispensable. Remember, nobody is indispensable. 

28. Do not lose your balance or equanimity and burst out. It will spell disaster – health‐wise and career‐wise. 

29. Identify one or two trustworthy persons in your office and always confide in them about your personal experiences. This way, you can ventilate your grievances through them, share some critical Information and details of certain important events with them. This will act as a buffer and will save you from possible humiliation, victimization and witch‐hunting in future.

30. If you decide to quit the organization, do not tell anybody in advance. After firming up your final decision, make all your preparatory steps and then inform your decision to a select few.

 

How to Improve Reasoning Skills:

1 Decide what it is you are trying to reason out. Have a very specific goal. You might get side tracked, that's OK, but start with a goal.

2 Gather your thoughts, and try to identify all possibilities.

3 Make sure to discard anything that is emotional in nature, or based on your prejudices.

4 Eliminate those ideas that are not possible.

5 Of the remaining, select those which are most probable.

6 Finally, you must choose the answer from what remains. Experience is the key here.

 

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
Must Read

 

"When I was a kid, my Mom cooked food for us.
One night in particular when she had made dinner after a long hard day's work, Mom placed a plate of subzi and extremely burnt roti in front of my Dad.
I was waiting to see if anyone noticed the burnt roti.
But Dad just ate his roti and asked me how was my day was at school.
I don't remember what I told him that night, but I do remember I heard Mom apologising to Dad for the burnt roti.
And I'll never forget what he said: "Honey, I love burnt roti."
Later that night, I went to kiss Daddy, good night & I asked him if he really liked his roti burnt.
He wrapped me in his arms & said: "Your momma put in a long hard day at work today and she was really tired.
And besides... A burnt roti never hurts anyone but harsh words do!"
"You know beta - life is full of imperfect things... & imperfect people...
I'M NOT THE BEST & AM HARDLY GOOD AT ANYTHING!
I forget birthdays & anniversaries just like everyone else.
What I've learnt over the years is : 
To Accept Each Others Faults & Choose To Celebrate Relationships"
Life Is Too Short To Wake Up With Regrets!
Love the people who treat you right & have compassion for the ones who don't...
!!! ENJOY LIFE NOW !!!
It has an expiry date 

 

 

Put a frog in a vessel of water and start heating the water.
As the temperature of the water rises, the frog is able to adjust its body temperature accordingly.
The frog keeps on adjusting with increase in temperature...
Just when the water is about to reach boiling point, the frog is not able to adjust anymore...
At that point the frog decides to jump out...
The frog tries to jump but is unable to do so, because it has lost all its strength in adjusting with the rising water temperature...
Very soon the frog dies.
What killed the frog?
Many of us would say the boiling water...
But the truth is what killed the frog was its own inability to decide when it had to jump out.
We all need to adjust with people and situations, but we need to be sure when we need to adjust and when we need to confront/face.
There are times when we need to face the situation and take the appropriate action...
If we allow people to exploit us physically, mentally, emotionally or financially, they will continue to do so...
We have to decide when to jump.
Let us jump while we still have the strength.
Think on It !!

 

Superb Speech by CHETAN BHAGAT given at Symbiosis, Pune.... "Don’t just have career or academic goals. Set goals to give you a balanced, successful life. Balanced means ensuring your health, relationships, mental peace are all in good order. There is no point of getting a promotion on the day of your breakup. There is no fun in driving a car if your back hurts. Shopping is not enjoyable if your mind is full of tensions. Don't take life seriously. Life is not meant to be taken seriously, as we are really temporary here. We all are like a prepaid card with limited validity. Each of us has average lifespan tht may last 70 years. And 70 years is just 3,600 weekends. Spend them all wisely. Do we really need to get so worked up for mundane matters of life? …so It's OK, Bunk few classes, score low in couple of papers, take leave from work, fall in love, fight a little with ur spouse... It's ok... We are people, not programmed devices..! "Don't be serious, enjoy Life as it comes"........ Share it with the Good People In ur Life...like i just did ...!!

 

Chetan Bhagat’ s Article in TOI this month : 

 

Specially for Indian Women.

 

Do Read it and share it with all the women you know..

 

Alright, this is not cool at all. A recent survey by Nielsen has revealed that Indian women are the most stressed out in the world: 87% of our women feel stressed out most of the time. This statistic alone has caused me to stress out. Even in workaholic America, only 53% women feel stressed.

What are we doing to our women? I'm biased, but Indian women are the most beautiful in the world. As mothers, sisters, daughters, colleagues, wives and girlfriends - we love them. Can you imagine life without the ladies?

For now, i want to give Indian women five suggestions to reduce their stress levels.
One, don't ever think you are without power. Give it back to that mother-in-law. Be who you are, not someone she wished you would be. She doesn't like you? That's her problem.

Two, if you are doing a good job at work and your boss doesn't value you -tell him that, or quit. Talented, hard-working people are much in demand.

Three, educate yourself, learn skills, network - figure out ways to be economically independent. So next time your husband tells you that you are not a good enough wife, mother or daughter-in-law, you can tell him to take a hike.

Four, do not ever feel stressed about having a dual responsibility of family and work. It is difficult, but not impossible. The trick is not to expect an A+ in every aspect of your life. You are not taking an exam, and you frankly can't score cent per cent (unless you are in SRCC, of course). It is okay if you don't do four dishes for lunch, one can fill their stomach with one. It is okay if you don't work until midnight and don't get a promotion. Nobody remembers their job designation on their dying day.

Five, most important, don't get competitive with other women. Someone will make a better scrapbook for her school project than you. Another will lose more weight with a better diet. Your neighbor may make a six-dabba tiffin for her husband, you don't - big deal. Do your best, but don't keep looking out for the report card, and definitely don't expect to top the class. There is no ideal woman in this world, and if you strive to become one, there will be only one thing you will achieve for certain - stress.

So breathe, chill, relax. Tell yourself you are beautiful, do your best and deserve a peaceful life. Anybody trying to take that away from you is making a mistake, not you. Your purpose of coming to this earth is not to please everyone. Your purpose is to offer what you have to the world, and have a good life in return. The next time this survey comes, i don't want to see Indian women on top of the list. I want them to be the happiest women in the world.

Cherish Womanhood!!
All women

 

A woman sat down next to a man on a bench near a playground at West
Coast park one fine Sunday Morning.
"That's my son over there" she said,
pointing to a little boy in a red T-
shirt who was gliding down the slide.
"He's a fine looking boy," the man
said. "That's my son on the swing in
the blue T-shirt."
Then, looking at his watch, he called
to his son.
"What do you say we go, Jack?"
Jack pleaded, "Just five more
minutes, Dad. Please?" "Just five
more minutes."
The man nodded and Jack continued
to swing to his heart's content.
Minutes passed and the father stood
and called again to his son. "Time to
go now?"
Again Jack pleaded, "Five more
minutes, Dad.
Just five more minutes." The man
smiled and said, "O.K."
"My, you certainly are a patient
father," the woman responded.
The man smiled and then said, "My
older son John was killed by a drunk
driver last year while he was riding
his bike near here. I never spent
much time with John and now I'd
give anything for just five more
minutes with him. I've vowed not to
make the same mistake with Jack.
He thinks he has five more minutes to
swing. The truth is, I get Five more
minutes to watch him play."
Life is not a race.
Life is all about making Priorities.
What are your priorities?
Give someone you love, 5 more
minutes of your time no matter how
busy and you will have no regret
forever.
Once you have lost it, shall be lost
Forever....
Life can only be understood
backwards; But it must be Lived
forwards.
LIVE LIFE BEFORE YOU LEAVE LIFE...

 

EVERYBODY IS GENIUS,BUT IF YOU JUDGE A FISH BY ITS ABILITY TO CLIMB A TREE, IT WILL LIVE ITS WHOLE LIFE BELIEVING THAT IT IS STUPID.......... ALBERT EINSTEIN.

 

What is Will Power ?

 

First and foremost question is what is will Power? We often get confused by relating will power with only mental strength, whereas will power is defined as:
Will power is the inner strength to make decisions, take action and handle and execute any aim or task, regardless of inner resistance, discomfort or difficulty. It is inner firmness, decisiveness, determination, resolution, persistence and the power of pushing towards any goal.

 

Or in simple words we can define will power as--The trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior.

 

Here are some tips for improvement of will power.

 

Keep on trying

 

I can not stress this anymore. No matter how long it takes and how beaten you may feel, you must try and try again. You’ll never know how much you can handle if you don’t put your limits to the test.

 

Overcome negative thoughts

 

Who has not felt the sting or hurt when someone you thought supported you, in fact, actually didn’t? You are not the first one to be criticized. People de-constructively criticize what they do not understand. 

 

Ask for help from close people

 

You may think you have achieved great willpower, but nothing can push it ever higher than surrounding yourself with those who are similar to you. In times of sheer doubt, they can fish you out of your pit of despair. When you achieve the little goals, they will join w you in your glory. When they are down for the count, it will be your job to push them back up. What you can accomplish alone will be amplified when you put great minds together. To have someone always there to drive you forward makes you feel as if you’ve promised them to endure what lies ahead.

 

Understand defeat, but do not leave fighting.

 

Those who know defeat are the ones that have the most willpower. After their long line of defeats they will always say, “But the day I was about to quit, I decided to try one more time”. There will always be days when defeat rears it’s head, but that doesn’t mean you should accept it. Even when it seems as if you are making no headway, stop and think about how far you’ve come. The effort you put in beforehand has made you who you are now. Learn from your defeats, but act immediately afterwards to redeem yourself.
It has been said that confidence cannot be faked; that you must fake it until you make it. This is not the case with willpower. You cannot fake effort or will. All the hardships, all of the constant forward trudging: it’s all real.

 

As long as you keep acting positively, you can be sure to achieve anything you put your mind to. Respect your own decisions

 

Take action on whatever you decide. Do not keep it pending.

 

Try different Things..

 

When you are sick of one thing try something different. 

 

Give up. Quit. Impossible, These words should not exist in your vocabulary

 

 

HOW TO CHART A SUCCESSFUL CAREER 

 

1. Having joined a particular company or department, do not nurture any grudge. If you do not like your present employers, better leave them or reconcile yourself to the organizational environment and culture without intermittent murmur. Learn to be content. 

 

2. Study the career graphs of all those who are considered successful and try to take a leaf or two from their 
books. 

 

3. Avoid doing what is considered unethical and unlawful. Success achieved through wrong and unlawful means is short‐lived and will damage your reputation and credibility once for all. 

 

4. Do not earn the displeasure of your immediate boss, even if he is an idiot or a rogue. 

 

5. Think ahead of your boss, but in action, you always follow what he says. 

 

6. If you disagree with the observations of your boss, do not enter into an argument with him, especially in the 
presence of others. 

 

7. After the heat subsides, when the boss is in a good mood and when he is alone, tell him politely about the 
alternatives available. Here also, you must be careful. Do not use the words like “You are wrong; What you say is not correct; No, that will not work” etc.

 

8. When you talk to your boss, use the word ‘you’ only when you praise him; when you differ with him or criticize his views, use the passive voice. For instance, say “it will be better if …” ; “it can be done like this, Sir”. Most of the bosses do not mind your criticism provided you keep on repeating the word ‘Sir’ while you talk to him. 
9. Praise your boss in the presence of others and express your own views that are at variance with his, when he is alone. 

 

10. Develop friendship with talented peers and do not hesitate to learn whatever you can from them. 

 

11. Relationships at the personal level (not to be misconstrued) will reinforce the bond within the organization across all the levels of hierarchy and consolidate the team spirit. 

 

12. Share the fruits of your success with everyone around you, inside the office/work place. 

 

13. Never forget to protect the honest people from the ill effects of their unintended mistakes. 

 

14. Similarly, never compromise on your personal ethics and values, for short term benefits. 

 

15. It is not necessary that in order to earn the goodwill and attention of your top management, you should go very close to all the people in their inner circle – relatives, personal attendants, secretary, drivers, peons, family etc. Many a time, it will prove to be counter‐productive and belittle you.

 

16. Forget not to attend the important functions and events at the house of your colleagues, to the extent possible. Annual events like birthdays are not as important as life time events like marriage, death etc. 

 

17. Never buy gifts what you cannot afford for others, with a view to please them. It may make others think that you must have earned money for buying such gifts, through unfair means. It’s very difficult to erase this impression once it is formed. 

 

18. Pay proper attention to your dressing style and be careful with your manner of speech. 

 

19. To the extent possible, talk less inside the 4 walls of your office/work spot. 

 

20. Keep on improving your knowledge and skills and always stay a step ahead of your adversaries. 

 

21. Never get stuck to one position or place; you may become stale or stagnant. 

 

22. Fight the obsolescence setting in, with the help of innovations, problem solving techniques and constant upgrades. There is nothing wrong in learning from the rivals/competitors too. 

 

23. Be in the good books of your clientele and the general public. If you learn to serve them with a smile, it will 
bring you great laurels. 
24. Extend small favours and help to as many people as possible, without expecting anything in return. 25. Never allow the arrogance of power attached to the position you occupy enter your mind, at any time. Itis
very dangerous.

 

26. Now and then, share your experiences briefly but effectively with others (Be careful: it must not end in boasting). 

 

27. Never think that you are indispensable. Remember, nobody is indispensable. 

 

28. Do not lose your balance or equanimity and burst out. It will spell disaster – health‐wise and career‐wise. 

 

29. Identify one or two trustworthy persons in your office and always confide in them about your personal experiences. This way, you can ventilate your grievances through them, share some critical Information and details of certain important events with them. This will act as a buffer and will save you from possible humiliation, victimization and witch‐hunting in future.

 

30. If you decide to quit the organization, do not tell anybody in advance. After firming up your final decision, make all your preparatory steps and then inform your decision to a select few.

 

What is confidence? what is use of confidence?

Confidence is a feeling that you think you are capable of doing something. It may make you optimistic . It maybe a plus for you to enjoy doing thing and enjoy life. But confidence is not the feeling that you think you are better than others. That is Ego not confidence.

I like to discuss confidence from this angle how confidence influences success. As you know, there are a lot of important factor in your success. Some factor is out of your control even you don’t realize the critical factor. But you must know confidence is always crucial for your success. So so many people like himself being more confident, parents manage efforts to make their children more confident. But, as a matter of fact, most of people is not confident enough. In other words, efforts of most people don’t make sense.

Why? Maybe most of people have a wrong conception about confidence. What is confidence? Most people will answer confidence is you are better than others or anyone, confidence is that you are the best one. As I mentioned before this is Ego not confidence. Do you know why there are so many people being unconfident and so many people think they are not as good as others? Because that so many people thought they are better than others before.

If you think you are better than others, you will must come to the conclusion that you should be more successful than others. This is a problem. As you know, confidence is not the way of success, confidence doesn’t mean success, it doesn’t equal success. So you will go to the contrary of confidence.

These days, a lot of success is selected due to your outstanding ability. IQ is an important part of your ability. You inherit most of IQ from your father, your father inherit it from your grandfather. Therefore, your confidence can’t change it. For some success that is primary depended on IQ, more you think you are better than others, more you will be frustrated. It is reasonable that you go to the contrary of confidence.

What is the confidence? What is the right confidence? Useful confidence? 

Confidence is a feeling that you think you will do better after your efforts, a feeling that you can know more after your time, a feeling that you come from the environment so you can change yourself to adapt to the environment. Confidence concerns clam, attitude, mind.

First thing of confidence is being calm and make a analysis of yourself to know what is your weakness, what is your strongpoint. As you know, psychological diathesis always has important influence on success. So confidence should make you being strong in psychological diathesis. Purpose and use of confidence is to maximize your actual ability and future potential.
Any way, remember that confidence has nothing to do with other people.

 

 

HOW TO CONCENTRATE FOR STUDIES:

Focus. Fix your eyes on your target ability, to concentrate on the prize. It's beyond mere distraction, or not planning (no studytime), (thi-m-k correctly! Agree...).

Make learning easier -- "agree with school"; love/or need it: it needs good students (Hint: be a ____ [what?]).

2Sleep (at home!). Lack of sleep makes it difficult to concentrate on tricky topics for long periods of time. Get at least 7 hours of rest per night (preferably 8+) to facilitate your best brain power.

3Dump the drifting off: smile, avoid anger/bad-attitude ~~ worrying ~~ stress~~daydreaming inappropriately: get help, or you solve your relationships ("be a sweet/tuffy") do your best with family and/or get (gracious) friends (good/thoughtful ones)... get sharper ones -- if that's a difficulty, only you can solve the "dullards" (The Three Stooges -- "ooo-oow"/clonk) in friendships, "grab it by the ear or nose, control it!" If need be, get new ones that let you focus on your studies, to solve that personal-personnel problem...
Tackle personal issues, head on -- including your schedule -- if it's too loaded with sport(s), the job, texting, the net, plus "peer pressure", the "gang" -- shredding your attention? Control yourself, and earn, and give yourself a high-five, in spirit: make "esprit de corps" -- smile, and show personal pep and snap!

4Load up/get down: be like a "giant-wheel" (4-wheel drive) -- not a race car or 3 cylinder mini-econo-ride! Enjoy a truck load of "high priorities" in getting your education, listed on your schedule, accepting that responsibility, while developing confidence in your "givers" -- relationships, such as your job, but nixing-out the "takers", including [constant/continual] texting, gaming, "extreme sports" and hobbies that can and must wait for fall-/spring-break, Christmas vacation, or other seasonal holidays, "teacher workdays", summer (va-ca-tion!)...

5Eat your favorite green and yellow veggies and "whole foods", nuts (not greasy fries/chips and fattening candy); so eat lean! Avoid white foods: white bread/potatoes, flour, grease and sugar, "dead" foods/and drinks that cause you to crash in class and at study time.

Stay awake: be in your conscious mind -- let alone concentrating -- snoring in class is problematic.

Flip side: caffeine and sweets can over-stress/stimulate your systems and lead to nervous "ji-jit-jitters" -- and acting out (not from "boredom" -- just "dead-heading" like an empty vessel or truck). An empty ship has to take on ballast, loads of rocks or water to settle down; so, load-up better/think clearer. Dump the load of rocks!

6Dig-out the deeper meaning in school subjects. Make your studies interesting, or at least create good rewards for yourself that will make you more motivated to finish -- like get a good book, a salad or tea to celebrate homework completed.

Avoid boredom -- face-it "it's" a personal problem; others do! So can you!

Give activity (math, science, reading) meaning -- oh, not motivating to you -- "so" self-centered that only you can fix it!

7Motivate, sublimate: be vigorous and emotional to succeed using anger at, or even fear of, making a C, or worse, to motivate practicing, for skills or study of concepts (in math, science, literature...).

8Stop Making Excuses... and be inspired:

"Enjoying the Stars:

When we ponder or give-birth, to twinkling stars,

When we reach for our shimmering dreams,

We're never bothered by how far away

The expectant shoal's breaking waters seem.

We are inspired by rejoicing in the beauty

Of our visions, our dreams -- brighter than any stars,

More brilliant and permanent in our souls than the sun!" (Reread it, again).
Create An Environment For Concentration

1Have everything you need to study. Your pencils and pens, highlighters and books should be within your reach so that you are not distracted while studying.

2Have a snack nearby. Eat simple like 1 or 2 crackers or 3 almonds which will help your mind stay focused (avoid sugary, fat loaded "stuffing" your face). Don't drink much coffee, tea, or any energy drinks. They inevitably lead to a crash that makes you feel dead-tired -- that pinching and slapping won't fix (sleep works).

3Make a timetable. Work for 30-60 minute periods with 5-10 minute breaks in between.

4Embrace your learning: Studying or practicing for an hour is like a feast of learning or a workout. Tell yourself why you want to do that.

5Find a quiet place to study. You want the room to be silent and free of distractions in order to concentrate. For example, do not study right in front of a TV because you will only do your homework when the advertisements come up. Go to get a "snip" of TV or radio only as a quick break -- exactly as if it's a few moments to go to get a drink of water. Such entertainment is not a festival, not like a picnic; keep it simple and quick.

6Make sure your cell phone and other electronic devices are turned off. This will help you avoid temptations to be off task and allow you to stay on your plan.

7Consider playing music softly. For some people, music helps them concentrate. For some, it doesn't. Try it out and see what works best for you.

General Tips For Concentration

1Do the least pleasant tasks first. While fresh you can sizzle with the highest powers of concentration at your disposal. "Do the most critical understandings and deep background concepts early", before moving on to easier (less challenging) but necessary grinding out of details. If you do the easier tasks first, you will be thinking about/and "stressing-nerves" on the harder ones, the whole time, and feel more tempted to avoid them once you do reach them (at the end of too much busy-work).

2Avoid bogging down when reading, or getting stuck and defeated on difficult problems or essay questions. Sometimes the least desirable part of an assignment may be too time consuming: it could drain/kill all your available time. So try to limit your time and self-supervise to move on to easier matters.

3Preview to help focus and know what the material is about:

'Scan over/through each chapter to study (as assigned or that you want to) by reading for keywords, definitions and headings, plus the following:

Read a little on each page and overview the topic.

View pictures; read captions, maps, charts, bold face wording.

Read chapter questions and the footnotes and endnotes.

Read the summary, or the intro and conclusion.

4Read the material more closely after the previewing. Re-read parts that you zoned or spaced out on -- as if it didn't make sense or your mind had drifted. Get into (learning) new vocabulary. Learn the necessaries: ideas, concepts, skills and terminology (termi-know-ledgy).

5Make an objectives list (goals). An assignments card and ink the permanent parts, pencil the changing page numbers, dates due, etc., so you can erase and reuse the card (until it's ruined) or sheets to write down assignments; list everything you need to accomplish -- and to learn, and remember! Check each item off as you finish it.

6The "5 More" rule. Tell yourself to do only five more things or five more minutes before quitting. Once you've finished those, do another five. Breaking tasks up into smaller chunks makes things easier for those with shorter concentration spans.

7Reward yourself. Offer yourself incentives for once you've completed a study task. This will improve your motivation and therefore your concentration. Rewards may be running around the block or up and down stairs in a library or dorm, doing yoga, taking a proper sleep and diet are rewards for finishing and having time to spare. Taking some rest every hour while you study is a reward. Breaks will not bore you, and that will also make reading your chapters easy and self-rewarding/self-motivated.

8Sit in a chair and hopefully at a table or desk while you study. Don't ever study in bed, except maybe reading on top of your covers, propped upright with a bright reading light behind you, but not under a blanket or quilt, unless you'd freeze otherwise. If it makes you feel too relaxed, warm and too sleepy, stay out of/avoid the bedroom, if possible, for study.

9Be in the real world. Don't lead your mind towards fantasy, but whenever you get the idea of daydreaming, just close your eyes and think about your ultimate goals: physical, spiritual, fiscal/financial and health, education and family, and include a few words about priorities of living to make opportunity become reality in all those areas.

 

Put a frog in a vessel of water and start heating the water.
As the temperature of the water rises, the frog is able to adjust its body temperature accordingly.
The frog keeps on adjusting with increase in temperature...
Just when the water is about to reach boiling point, the frog is not able to adjust anymore...
At that point the frog decides to jump out...
The frog tries to jump but is unable to do so, because it has lost all its strength in adjusting with the rising water temperature...
Very soon the frog dies.
What killed the frog?
Many of us would say the boiling water...
But the truth is what killed the frog was its own inability to decide when it had to jump out.
We all need to adjust with people and situations, but we need to be sure when we need to adjust and when we need to confront/face.
There are times when we need to face the situation and take the appropriate action...
If we allow people to exploit us physically, mentally, emotionally or financially, they will continue to do so...
We have to decide when to jump.
Let us jump while we still have the strength.
Think on It !!

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