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E + R = O

While reading Jack Canfield’s Success Principles, I read the chapter on E + R = O. Here is my own interpretation of the formula. E + R = O stands for Event + Response = Outcome. A lot of us debate about whether we believe in fate, destiny, luck, chance. Many say what happens, happens. …

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HAPPINESS, PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT & VEDANTA

We need to teach everyone that regardless of the organizational position held, from the top to the lowest man, he has infinite energy. Then every individual will be able to discover his inner potential. In the process, his personality will grow to whatever dimension it can. Let us not fix a limitto that. Each individual has a unique …

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TATTVAMASI

In the last edition, I  discussed another aspect of dealing with self and with other people; knowing your nature- sattva, rajas and tamas. Many have asked and some have wondered how is all this relevant and how can all this be applied. This is a three step process: Discover your inner nature. Work as part of a team. The …

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SERVANT LEADERSHIP

“Servant Leadership is more about character than style”- Ken Blanchard. In his book, Servant Leadership Robert Greenleaf defines two kinds of leaders. Strong natural leaders are those who try to take control, make the decisions and give orders in any situation in which they find themselves. They have a need to be in charge. Strong natural servants, on the other hand, …

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WRITE YOUR OWN OBITUARY

As a leader, the most important earthly relationship you can cultivate is your relationship with yourself.- Ken Blanchard and Terry Waghorn Do you really know yourself? Do you have a personal “mission statement” that defines your strengths and motivates you to be all God meant you to be? If you have trouble with that question, you …

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LOOK INTO THE MIRROR

This one is from a book by Ken Blanchard: One of the worst concepts in the history of leadership theory is the “Peter Principle”. According to the Peter Principle, people in organizations tend to rise to their level of incompetence. In other words, they keep getting promoted until they become a failure. This concept lets …

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