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I failed when I thought to start up but didn't know how!
I failed when I started up for the first time but could run it because I didn't know business.
I failed when I needed money but didn't have any & neither did my family support me.
I constantly failed but never stopped trying..
There were many more such instances where I failed but kept trying untill I figured out where I was wrong each time!
Finally it took off a year & a half back when I started a company & got clients within a month! Then I started one more...
So never settle! Keep hustling till you get what you want!
1. Never boast of your powers infront of anyone. Powerful people don't boast at all, their power is felt by others.
2. Wealth is temporary, good relations are permanent. Build your goodwill with others, it'll work like magic in your tough times. (But choose people correctly)
3. Care for others selflessly. A professor made his students write their names in inflated balloons & mixed them up. He then asked them to find theirs but they couldn't find as they were only searching for their own names. Then the professor told them to unite & help each other find theirs; everyone found theirs..
One thing I've learnt from communicating with different minds is that most of the people have a "Maybe" in their life.
Life gives only two options to you - either a YES or a NO! There's nothing in between.
Discard such people who give you a Maybe in every decision you go to make. They'll just pull you down.
May whatsoever the situation be, always go straight with a Yes or a No. Either you'll win or you'll lose, but you will be clear about what you did wrong!
It saves time & energy!
Off late I've been reading this biography of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw where I got to know about a few charismatic traits in his character that made him a gem of a Leader.
2. Mutual Respect
3. No ego
A leader is not the one who only leads.. infact a Leader is the one whom everyone obeys without any doubt. Building this level of trust is hard, but Sam did it pretty well & the outcome was visible.
In Rich Dad Poor Dad, author Kiyosaki once had an interview session where the Interviewer expressed her aspiration to become an established author like him someday. Upon his suggestion to attend a good sales training session, she felt quite offended & replied that she's a writer and not a salesperson.
The quote Kiyosaki cited later, still resonates in my mind. He said,"On the top of my books it's written *Best-SELLING Author* & not *Best-Writing Author*".
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