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Power of Thought

There is a little bubble coming from the bottom of a lake; we do not see it coming all the time, we see it only when it bursts on the surface; so, we can perceive thoughts only after they develop a great deal, or after they become actions.

We constantly complain that we have no control over our actions, over our thoughts. But how can we have it? If we can get control over the fine movements, if we can get hold of thought at the root, before it has become thought, before it has become action, then it would be possible for us to control the whole.

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Go on doing good, thinking holy thoughts continuously, that is the only way to suppress base impressions...

Character is repeated habits and repeated habits alone can reform character.

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It is his freedom that is percolating through layers of thought and matter, and, in spite of the colourings of name and form, is ever asserting its unshackled existence.

It is his deathlessness, his bliss, his peace, his divinity that shines out and makes itself felt in spite of the thickest layers of ignorance. He is the real man, the fearless one, the deathless one, the free.

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They gravitate toward experiences that arouse or intensify feelings of passion, inspiration, or meaning. They may turn to relationships, novels, poetry, music, travel, or activism to achieve their desired level of intensity.

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1. Develop CLEAR goals together with your team members.

  • What need to be done?
  • By what due date?
  • Show what a good performance is

2. Write them down in a single page.

3. Review them daily

  • Does my behaviour match the goals?

Note:

  • Goals and deadline should be written concisely (
  1. Set goals only for those 20% activities that produce 80% of the results

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Your company’s culture plays a critical role in whether employees feel welcomed and valued by their company and peers. It also impacts employee morale and—inevitably—employee turnover.

Be on the lookout for classic signs of an unhealthy corporate culture, such as gossip, office politics, low morale, and poorly defined company values (or values that leadership fails to exemplify).

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