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Fear of Rejection: Don’t Let It Stand in the Way of Your Success

Back in 1994 I authored the first edition of my book The World’s Best Known Marketing Secret. I was out promoting the book and trying to get bookstores to carry it. Back then, one of the ways to do that was to go to bookstores and
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Visualization helps you live your dreams

              The old saying goes: If you can dream it, you can do it.     I think that's more than just an axiom. I believe that visualization is one of the most powerful means of
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Good leaders bring out the best in employees

It's election season, and one of the greatest privileges we have in America is selecting our own leaders. While we have widely varied opinions of who should win, the fundamental characteristics of good leadership remain constant.
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Winners thrive on competition

I hate to lose. That said, I am proud to admit that competition has made me a better businessman, a better golfer and a better person. And when there isn't another company or business to compete with, I try to outdo myself. If that sounds
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A Story About Motivation

From: Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy   People get motivated when what you want them to do fits in with their story. This very interesting article illustrates how "People
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The LEGO story

This is the story of a simple carpenter who only dreamed of making the best toys. It is the story of the colourful small building blocks that we are all so familiar with. What most of us do not know is the person behind it, the entrepreneur who
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Role of MNCs in India

Get back to basics - do not give up morals and ethics in the land of humble people.100's of MNCs coming into Indian Market in the name of liberalization every year.  What are the primary responsibilities, accountability and moral resp to be set
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A Larger Reward leads to Poorer Performance!

How can that be? It turns our thinking on the head. Daniel Pink the Author of  "Drive" says that we need to rethink motivation. Bonuses work only in certain situations, when the tasks are mechanical. Once the tasks calls for even
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Steve Jobs Message to live by: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

In this candid speech given by Steve Jobs at the Stanford University, he narrates 3 key stories from his life and summarizes the ideas/lessons that helped him. It is worth watching and a great food for thought for just about anyone, but even more so
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Lou Holtz's 3 rules of life

"Everybody needs four things in life: Something to do, someone to love, someone to believe in and something to hope for." I wish I had said that, but it was my very close friend Lou Holtz. I recently invited Lou to speak to a