Posts Tagged ‘success’
A few weeks back, based on my experience, I wrote an article on ‘7 tips to pass an exam’ (you may visit:http://wisdomfrombooks.com/how-to-pass-exams-7-useful-tips/) which was greatly appreciated by the readers.
I was thinking to write something on techniques for better and effective learning and this post comprise of some ideas towards better learning. A few days back, I was watching Paul Mckenna’s lecture on accelerated learning.
He advised about a few techniques which can be used by us to learn effectively in less time. Here are few tips:
1. Concentration span: A person’s concentration span is generally 18 minutes. While reading course material, one should read for 18 minutes and then take a 4 minute smaller break and again study for 18 minutes.
2. Visualization: One should try to ‘visualize’ learning in the home environment.
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By Motivational and inspiring speaker: Qaiser Abbas – Author of the best selling book: Tick Tick Dollar!
All human beings have aspirations, hopes and dreams to become a breathtaking success. Yet most of us don’t achieve what we desire to. Majority of human beings live a life of mediocrity, way below their level of satisfaction. We often feel unhappy, dissatisfied, unfulfilled and even un-accomplished.
If you want to produce a significant improvement in any area of your life, you got to bring POP Principle in action in your day to day living. The POP Principle guides you to achieve success, prosperity, and a deeper sense of contentment in your life. It can bridge the difference between your aspirations and actions thus creates the life you truly desire and deserve.
What this ‘POP Principle’ is? Simple.
The P in POP Principle stands for ‘ Potential’ Read the rest of this entry »
Why are some companies successful and some companies are not so successful?
One of the most widely held library books in the United States, ‘In search of Excellence’ provides some thoughts to answer this question. This is a research based book. Authors travelled world wide and met hundreds of best business people for this book. Therefore, this book is interesting and practical.
However, before you read the 8 ideas presented in this international best seller, an interesting thing must be noted. In late 1990s, certain companies which were reported in the book as ‘Excellent’ started losing their market share and some of them even disappeared. When some one asked the author why were those companies not excellent, the response was: Excellence is a time bound characteristic. It may or may not happen that a company remains excellent for ever!
So true – Like companies, it can be applied to individuals too.
To remain excellent, there need to be some habit of excellence which should be practiced through out ones life.
Here are the eight characteristics of the highly successful / excellent companies: Read the rest of this entry »
In one of the audio programs, Brain Tracy, author of various international best selling motivational, business & self help books, was deliberating on 2 skills or 2 habits which people tend to learn with the passage of time. (You can read about Brain Tracy’s ideas on setting priorities from: http://wp.me/pHUHq-bv)
Brain Tracy mentioned that people learn two habits or skills which result in non effective performance. Those two habits don’t allow people to move forward and use their full potential in lives. People may or may not realize about those two habits.
These habits are ‘catched’ by people through their own thoughts!
What are those two habits? Those two habits are: Read the rest of this entry »
We want to be successful. We are looking forward to find out the magic which can make us successful. We may wander at times: Why are some people more successful than others? (If you want to read about one habit which is common in all successful people, you may read it from: http://wp.me/sHUHq-786)
So, what is the magical formula to have success in our lives? Read the three things which all successful people learn to achieve success from: http://wp.me/pHUHq-cP
In this post, we will think over the seven secrets of success. In an interesting book: Destination success, the author (Dwight Bain) bring out seven secrets of success as follows:
Secret # 1: Define what success means to us?
If you think wealth = success, please rethink!
For many people, success may mean spending more time with family or success may mean freedom or success may mean reduced weight or any other thing. Hence, we need to define what success means to us. Read about 7 forms of wealth from http://wp.me/pHUHq-dr Read the rest of this entry »
We can create our own luck!
We see some people around us who are lucky. They win prizes, lotteries, bonuses etc. It appears that lucky people are at the right place at right time. However, Richard Wiseman conducted a detailed research to find out what makes people lucky. Are there any characteristics of people who are lucky?
Surprising enough, Mr. Wiseman found out 4 characteristics which lucky people show and in their daily lives!
Interesting isn’t it? What are those characteristics?
Based on research, he has described his four principles of luck in the book: The Luck Factor.
Those four principles are: Read the rest of this entry »
Have you heard about rich people who are not happy at times?
Do you know about those people who have a very good job, they are earning well but complaining that they are not happy?
Who is a wealthy person? Do you think that a person is wealthy when he or she has lots and lots of money?
I think there is more to wealth than money only.
We all are wealthy in one way or the other. Really – Believe me!
In my view, a wealthy person is always happy. Why?
Because there are seven types of wealth: