Saturday, December 27, 2008

THOUGHT OF THE DAY

• The Company of good people is like the shop of perfumes whether you buy or not you will still get good fragrance.

• If your Eyes are positive you will like all the people in the world but if your tongue is positive all the people in the world will like you.

• Don’t be disappointed if world refuses to help you ! Einstein told “ I am thankful to all those who said No, Its because of them , I did it myself”.

• Few of us can Do great things, but all of us can do small thing with great love.- Mother Teresa

• If people talk behind your back what does that mean ?Simple ! It means you are two steps ahead of them so keep moving ahead.

• Confidence doesn’t come when you have all the answers. But it comes when you are ready two face all the questions

• Attitude is a little thing which makes a big difference in life, but it should be like “I” am not the best, but I’m not like the Rest”.

• With a bad attitude you can never have a positive day & with a Positive attitude you can never have a bad day choice is yours……!!!

• Success & Excuse do not talk to each other .If you give Excuses? Forget about success if u wants Success? Do not give Excuses.


Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster
30. making-productive-use-ofhiddentime
31. 5-top-time-wasters
32. ways-to-improve-time-use
33. thirteen-timely-tips-for-more-effective

Friday, December 26, 2008

WHAT UOU WANTS

You want and you get . . . . . => That’s LUCK

You want and you wait . . . . . => That‘s TIME

You want but you Compromise . . . => That’s LIFE

You Want, wait and don't Compromise . . . => That’s SUCCESS

Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster
30. making-productive-use-ofhiddentime
31. 5-top-time-wasters
32. ways-to-improve-time-use
33. thirteen-timely-tips-for-more-effective

Thirteen Timely Tips for More Effective Personal Time Management

1. SPEND TIME PLANNING AND ORGANIZING. Using time to think and plan is time well spent. In fact, if you fail to take time for planning, you are, in effect, planning to fail. Organize in a way that makes sense to you. If you need color and pictures, use a lot on your calendar or planning book. Some people need to have papers filed away; others get their creative energy from their piles. So forget the "should" and organize your way.


2. SET GOALS. Goals give your life, and the way you spend your time, direction. When asked the secret to amassing such a fortune, one of the famous Hunt brothers from Texas replied: "First you've got to decide what you want." Set goals, which are specific, measurable, realistic and achievable. Your optimum goals are those, which cause you to "stretch" but not "break" as you strive for achievement. Goals can give creative people a much-needed sense of direction.



3. PRIORITIZE. Use the 80-20 Rule originally stated by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto who noted that 80 percent of the reward comes from 20 percent of the effort. The trick to prioritizing is to isolate and identify that valuable 20 percent. Once identified, prioritize time to concentrate your work on those items with the greatest reward. Prioritize by color, number or letter — whichever method makes the most sense to you. Flagging items with a deadline is another idea for helping you stick to your priorities.



4. USE A TO DO LIST. Some people thrive using a daily To Do list which they construct either the last thing the previous day or first thing in the morning. Such people may combine a To Do list with a calendar or schedule. Others prefer a "running" To Do list, which is continuously being updated. Or, you may prefer a combination of the two previously described To Do lists. Whatever method works is best for you. Don't be afraid to try a new system — you just might find one that works even better than your present one!



5. BE FLEXIBLE. Allow time for interruptions and distractions. Time management experts often suggest planning for just 50 percent or less of one's time. With only 50 percent of your time planned, you will have the flexibility to handle interruptions and the unplanned "emergency." When you expect to be interrupted, schedule routine tasks. Save (or make) larger blocks of time for your priorities. When interrupted, ask Alan Lakein's crucial question, "What is the most important thing I can be doing with my time right now?" to help you get back on track fast.



6. CONSIDER YOUR BIOLOGICAL PRIME TIME. That's the time of day when you are at your best. Are you a "morning person," a "night owl," or a late afternoon "whiz?" Knowing when your best time is and planning to use that time of day for your priorities (if possible) is effective time management.



7. DO THE RIGHT THING RIGHT. Noted management expert, Peter Drucker, says "doing the right thing is more important than doing things right." Doing the right thing is effectiveness; doing things right is efficiency. Focus first on effectiveness (identifying what is the right thing to do), then concentrate on efficiency (doing it right).



8. ELIMINATE THE URGENT. Urgent tasks have short-term consequences while important tasks are those with long-term, goal-related implications. Work towards reducing the urgent things you must do so you'll have time for your important priorities. Flagging or highlighting items on your To Do list or attaching a deadline to each item may help keep important items from becoming urgent emergencies.



9. PRACTICE THE ART OF INTELLIGENT NEGLECT. Eliminate from your life trivial tasks or those tasks, which do not have long-term consequences for you. Can you delegate or eliminate any of your To Do list? Work on those tasks, which you alone can do.



10. AVOID BEING A PERFECTIONIST. In the Malaysian culture, only the gods are considered capable of producing anything perfect. Whenever something is made, a flaw is left on purpose so the gods will not be offended. Yes, some things need to be closer to perfect than others, but perfectionism, paying unnecessary attention to detail, can be a form of procrastination.



11. CONQUER PROCRASTINATION. One technique to try is the "Swiss cheese" method described by Alan Lakein. When you are avoiding something, break it into smaller tasks and do just one of the smaller tasks or set a timer and work on the big task for just 15 minutes. By doing a little at a time, eventually you'll reach a point where you'll want to finish.



12. LEARN TO SAY "NO." Such a small word — and so hard to say. Focusing on your goals may help. Blocking time for important, but often not scheduled, priorities such as family and friends can also help. But first you must be convinced that you and your priorities are important — that seems to be the hardest part in learning to say "no." Once convinced of their importance, saying "no" to the unimportant in life gets easier.



13. REWARD YOURSELF. Even for small successes, celebrate achievement of goals. Promise yourself a reward for completing each task, or finishing the total job. Then keep your promise to yourself and indulge in your reward. Doing so will help you maintain the necessary balance in life between work and play. As Ann McGee-Cooper says, "If we learn to balance excellence in work with excellence in play, fun, and relaxation, our lives become happier, healthier, and a great deal more creative."


Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster
30. making-productive-use-ofhiddentime
31. 5-top-time-wasters
32. ways-to-improve-time-use

Ways to Improve Time Use

There are many ways we can manage our time. We have listed some strategies you can use to manage your time.

1. Always define your objectives as clearly as possible.


Do you find you are not doing what you want because your goals have not been set? One of the factors, which mark out successful people, is their ability to work out what they want to achieve and have written goals, which they can review them constantly. Your long term goals should impact on your daily activities and be included on your "to do" list. Without a goal or objective people tend to just drift personally and professionally.


2. Analyze your use of time.


Are you spending enough time on the projects, which although may not be urgent now are the things you need to do to develop yourself or your career? If you are constantly asking yourself "What is the most important use of my time, right now?" it will help you to focus on 'important tasks' and stop reacting to tasks which seem urgent (or pleasant to do) but carry no importance towards your goals.


3. Have a plan.


How can you achieve your goals without a plan? Most people know what they want but have no plan to achieve it except by sheer hard work. Your yearly plan should be reviewed daily and reset as your achievements are met. Successful people make lists constantly. It enables them to stay on top of priorities and enable them to remain flexible to changing priorities. This should be done for both personal and business goals.


4. Action plans analysis.


Problems will always occur, the value of a good plan is to identify them early and seek out solutions. Good time management enables you to measure the progress towards your goals because "What you can measure, you can control". Always try to be proactive.
Time management (or self management) is not a hard subject to understand, but unless you are committed to build time management techniques into your daily routine you'll only achieve partial (or no) results and then make comments such as "I tried time management once and it doesn't work for me". The lesson to learn is that the more time we spend planning our time and activities the more time we will have for those activities.


Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster
29. making-productive-use-ofhiddentime
30. 5-top-time-wasters


5 TOP TIME WASTERS


The key to having more time for yourself—and everything and everyone you care about—is effective time management. Here are the five biggest time gobblers and the best ways to control them:

1.TRYING TO DO EVERYTHING AT ONCE. Set priorities. Decide on the single most important task to do at any one moment. Create clear, specific goals for each day or even each hour—writing them down, if necessary, on a “to do” list with the most important at the top and going down from there. Do not go on to the second job (or goal) until you have completed the first.

2. TRYING TO DO EVERYTHING YOURSELF. Learn to delegate. If necessary, hire additional help at work: full-time, part-time, freelancers, even an unpaid intern. At home, ask for help from your spouse or children. If you can afford it, hire weekly or one-time help. Delegating caution: You still have to make sure a task is completed to your standards even if you are not doing the actual work.

3. BEING RELUCTANT TO SAY “NO.” Decide what you want to do and realistically can do and then say “no” to everything else. (It is often accepted much more easily than you think.) To make it easier, write “No” in big letters and put it near the phone or on your desk. Suggest someone else who could do the job or a time down the road when you might want to say "yes".

4. LETTING THE TELEPHONE INTERRUPT YOU. Instead of being at the whim of callers, make the phone work for you.
1 Use an answering machine to screen incoming calls. Return calls at your convenience.
2 Use a cordless phone, or, as long as others do not mind, a speakerphone, so you can do other tasks while you are talking on the phone.
3 Let your friends and business associates know that you have a “telephone hour” when you prefer to receive calls.
4 Learn to say, “I can’t talk right now. Can I call you back?” Set aside time (an hour in the morning for work calls or in the evening for personal calls) to return calls all at once.
5 Limit waiting “on hold” to three minutes—unless the call is really important.
6 Use your time on the phone, especially if you are placed on hold, to do other things: open your mail, pay bills, prepare a meal, even exercise --keep a small arm weight next to the phone to do arm or leg lifts on the floor.
7 When you leave a message, try to give a specific time for someone to call you back so you avoid telephone tag as much as possible.

5. PUTTING THINGS OFF. Use the energy you spend putting off an unpleasant task to get it done and off your mind. Make it the day’s priority or the first thing you tackle. Divide large tasks into smaller, more manageable ones. Use the reward system and reward yourself as you complete each narrower task. Decide in advance how you will reward yourself when you complete the entire necessary task.

Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster
30. making-productive-use-ofhiddentime

MAKING PRODUCTIVE USE OF"HIDDEN"TIME

'Hidden" is time that you previously wasted or consumed with distractions, which you turn into productive periods for pursuing your priority tasks. What are your hidden times? Think about your average workday, weekday evening or free days. Are there moments you might reorganize into your hidden concentrated time? Set up a time log for yesterday or today and write down what you did during each hour. Identify your hidden time and decide how to use it.

Hidden time may be minutes you turn into productive use or longer blocks of time you restructure into your day. For example, you might use the five minutes you usually spend waiting for the bus or the half hour waiting in someone's office, to plan, dictate, or read. Time in your car can be spent listening to educational tapes; if you have a tape recorder on your seat, you could dictate memos or ideas for a new project as you commute to work.

What you are trying to achieve is an organized list that fits in as many activities and relationships as you need and want, without denying you the fulfillment of your own dreams.


Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not
29. how-to-work-smarter-not-just-faster

How to Work Smarter, Not Just Faster

1. Write down your 'ideal" workday. What are your fantasies, dreams and visions of yourself as an efficient worker? How much time is spent getting dressed or commuting to the office? Working at home? How many coffee breaks? How long for lunch? The average phone call? Write a list or a paragraph about that particular workday.

2. Think about the work habits of a few people that you know intimately. Try to imagine how they spend their time and see if you think they are managing their time well or poorly. It may be easier to see time being wasted by others than by yourself. Plan how you would structure their workday to increase the level of efficiency.


3. Review your workday paragraph from question # 1 with the same attitude. What realistic improvements can you make to increase your own efficiency? Talking less on the phone? Grouping similar tasks together? Spending less time at your PC (personal computer) reading e-mail?


4. Set one goal for improving your time at work. Concentrate on that one goal before you move onto another one. Don't tackle too many goals at once. Achieve that one goal; the success you feel will inspire you to go on to your next one. Here are six possible work-related improvements:


1 Lengthen or shorten your lunchtime.


2 Plan at least one vacation this year that you will really enjoy. Change your environment by going away. If funds are in short supply, consider lower cost vacations, swapping your home or apartment with someone else (there are services that help arrange such swaps), or even staying with relatives (if this will not be to stressful).


3 Find a certain time each day (or each week) to keep up with your important correspondence.


4 Figure out what essential work you were hired to do (or that you have to do to move your business or company along) and how to accomplish that first.


5 Delegate any tasks that others could do as well as you; put your time and energy into what only you can do well.


6 Reassess the number of work-related publications that you receive or read. Should you cancel some subscriptions? Begin others? Include time at the library and bookstore checking out what is new in your field as part of your weekly or monthly priority tasks.

Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not

HOW TO LEARN TIME MANAGEMENT

Fortunately, effective time management is a skill that can be learned. Unlike genius in music or precocity in mathematics, expertise in time management uses skills that can be acquired and improved. Thus, for most of us, developing effective time management techniques means unlearning some poor habits (usually acquired haphazardly) and replacing them with more purposeful better-systematized patterns. The payoff is not only greater satisfaction in one's work and personal activities but better performance and, ultimately, greater achievement of goals in life as well. Ironically, it is those who effectively manage their time who appear more relaxed and self-satisfied; it is those who am constantly underestimating how long something will take or, who are poor planners, who seem frenzied, driven, and in terror of "the clock."
Those who handle their time well does it creatively; they show certain characteristics that separate them from those who are usually in a state of unprepared frenzy.
You can learn to develop time effective habits such as skillful short- and long-term planning, setting and keeping realistic schedules, taking efficiency breaks and viewing tasks to be done as opportunities, not dreaded obligations. If you feel your time management needs help, you can change, if you really want to.
You may need to alter the way you view your time, your work, your personal commitments, and your hobbies, or you may only need to by a daily calendar in which to record your current and future appointments. The benefits of "doing it right" – of being on time, of making (or even beating) deadlines, of following-up and following through on short and long-term goals-- are quickly observed-by you and by others-and that reinforcement encourages you to make those changes stick and to go further. You will wonder how you ever tolerated so much wasted time before: time you could have spent doing something else—reading, socializing, dancing, day-dreaming, learning a new instrument, going back to school, getting additional clients, attending trade shows, inventing a new product, catching up with old friends-whatever your pleasure.
There is no single right way to manage your time. Accomplishment is not the sole measure of effective management; executives may achieve their professional goals at great cost to their health, personal activities, or relationships. With creative time management, the same goals can be met but with added time for leisure activities as well as improved--and more satisfying-personal relationships.
Work holism is often a symptom of poor time management: An inability to begin, pursue, and complete a project leads the workaholic to focus solely on the project. The squeaky wheel gets all the grease and the other wheels get none; the job becomes all. As one reluctant workaholic somewhat breathlessly explained it. "I keep working around-the-clock because I hope I’ll get everything done so that someday I won’t have to work so hard."
Pacing yourself and gaining control of your time lets you accomplish what you value at work, in school, or at home. Skillful management of time gives you more time for friends, family, and leisure activities. It also helps avert burnout—total loss of initiative or the ability to continue to work toward accomplishing the task at hand.

Useful Links to Read:


01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips
27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b
28. time-management-manage-yourself-not

Time Management-Manage yourself, not your time


Many of us claim our days are never wasted. "I'm very organized,” we say, "I

know where I am going and what I'm going to do". If you truly feel that way

then you are in the minority. Most people become frustrated with a day that is

unproductive. We would all like to get more done in a day.


The idea of time management has been in existence for more than 100 years.

Unfortunately the term "Time management" creates a false impression of what

a person is able to do. Time can't be managed, time is uncontrollable we can

only manage ourselves and our use of time.

Time management is actually self-management. It’s interesting that the skills

we need to manage others are the same skills we need to manage ourselves: the

ability to plan, delegate, organize, direct and control.

Each of us has the same 24 hours in a day, yet somehow it seems that there is

never enough time to accomplish everything. Managing time effectively is a

critical skill for everyone who is seeking to accomplish more with less.


Useful Links to Read:
01. Parents - Like an Apple Tree
02. Good Thought
03. 21-happy-tips
04. way-of-thinking
05. cogitated.html
06. for-better-sleeping
07. thougth-of-day
08. positive-angle
09. smiling
10. swami-vivekananda
11. creative-thougth
12. greateful-thougth
13. effortive-thougth
14. great-improvement-thougth
15. big-thing-big-smart
16. employee-what-do-i-do-during-recession
17. swami-vivekananda-thougth-on-leadership
18. personality-devolepment-over-view
19. did-you-know
20. transport-travel-earth-efficient
21. save-water-life-of-earth
22. recycle-waste-save-earth
23. dear-guys-these-are-some-small-things
24. very-nice-wording
25. love-has-no-limit
26. lhealth-important-tips

27. small-truth-to-make-your-life-100-if-b

Thursday, December 25, 2008

MATHEMATICS OF LIFE



A small truth to make your life 100%

IF

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Is equal to

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Then

H +A+R +D +W +O +R +K

8 +1+18 +4 +23 +15 +18 +11 = 98%

K +N+O +W +L +E +D +G+E


11 +14+15 +23 +12 +15 +18 +11 = 98%


L +O +V +E

12+15 +22 +05 = 54%


L +U +C +K


12+21 +3 +11 = 47%


Don’t most of us think is the


Most Important???


Then what’s Make 100%???

Money No!!!


M +O +N +E +Y


13+15 +14 +5+25 = 72%


Leadership No!!!


L +E +A +D +E+S+H+I+P


12+5 +1+4+5+18+19+9+16 = 89%


Every problem has a solution,


Only if we perhaps change our attitude


To go to top to that 100%


What we really need to go


A +T +T +I +T+U+D+E


1+20 +20+9+20+21+4+5 = 100%


If our ATTITUDE towards life & work that makes our life 100%!!!





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HEALTH - IMPORTANT TIPS

Dear Guys In daily busy life we are so busy that we are not able to see at our Health
Here are some simple health Tips for you

Answer the phone by
LEFT ear.

Do not drink coffee
TWICE a day.

Do not take pills with
COOL water.

Do not have
HUGE meals after 5pm.

Reduce the amount of
OILY food you consume.

Drink more
WATER in the morning, less at night.

Keep your distance from hand phone
CHARGERS.

Do not use headphones/earphone for
LONG period of time.

Best sleeping time is from
10PM at night to 6AM in the morning.

Do not lie down immediately after taking
MEDICINE before sleeping.

When battery is down to the
LAST grid/bar, do not answer the phone as the radiation is 1000 times.


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LOVE HAS NO LIMIT............


While Dad was polishing his new car,

his 4 yr old son picked stone & scratched lines on the side of the car.


In his anger, Dad took the child's hand & hit it many times, not

realizing he was using a wrench.


At the hospital, his child said 'Dad when will my fingers grow back?'

Dad was so hurt.

He went back to car and kicked it a lot of times.

Sitting back he looked at the scratches, child wrote 'I LOVE YOU DAD'


Anger and Love has no limits...



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VERY NICE WORDING

Winning doesn’t always mean being first; winning means you’re doing better than you’ve done before…..


If some one feels that they had never made a mistake in their life, then it means they had never tried a new thing in their life…..


If you start judging people you will be having no time to love them…..
If we cannot love the person whom we see, how can we love god, whom we cannot see….


In a day, when you don’t come across any problem – you can be sure that you are traveling in a wrong path ……

Three sentence for getting success

:• Know more than others


• Work more than others

• Expect less than others


•If you win you need not explain ….. But if you lose you should be there to explain


Never break four things in your life – Trust, Promise, Relation & heart because when they break they don’t make noise but pains a lot…..


Every one thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself……



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