Thursday, July 21, 2011

How to Stay Unhappy

Here are 80+ ways to stay unhappy forever! Of course, I would highly recommend you read each bullet point and then move swiftly in the opposite direction...
  1. Dwell on things that happened in the past.
  2. Obsess yourself with all the things that might happen in the future.
  3. Complain about problems instead of taking the necessary steps to resolve them.
  4. Fear change and resist it.
  5. Work hard, do your best and then condemn yourself for not achieving perfection.
  6. Belittle yourself.
  7. Hang out with other people who belittle you.
  8. Try to control everything and then worry about the things you can't control.
  9. Lie to yourself and those around you.
  10. Keep doing the same thing over and over again.
  11. Be lazy and follow the path of least resistance.
  12. Hold onto anger. Never forgive anyone.
  13. Always be right. Never let anyone else be more right than you.
  14. Compare yourself unfavorably to those who you feel are more successful.
  15. Let small issues snowball into big problems.
  16. Never learn anything new.
  17. Never take responsibility for your own actions.
  18. Blame everyone around you.
  19. Don't ask for directions and don't ask questions.
  20. Don't let anyone help you.
  21. Quit when the going gets tough.
  22. Be suspicious. Trust no one.
  23. Don't smile whenever you can.
  24. Get four hours of sleep every night and convince yourself that it's enough.
  25. Never throw anything way. Even if you don't use it, hold onto it.
  26. Say "yes" to everyone. Fill all your time with commitments.
  27. Try to be everyone's friend.
  28. Multitask, multitask, multitask! Do everything at once.
  29. Never spend any time alone.
  30. Don't help others unless you have to. Do only the things that benefit you directly.
  31. Never spend your precious time on teaching other people something new.
  32. Hang out with people who complain about everything.
  33. Focus on what you don't want to happen.
  34. Do not build valuable relationships with friends and family.
  35. Fear the things you don't fully understand.
  36. Always seek external validation before you consider yourself good enough.
  37. Take everything and everyone in life seriously.
  38. Spend your life working in a career field you aren't passionate about.
  39. Focus on the problems.
  40. Think about all the things you don't have.
  41. Never show your appreciation for somebody or something.
  42. Read or watch lots of depressing news from broadcast media.
  43. Set lofty goals for yourself and never do anything to achieve them.
  44. Never exercise.
  45. Only eat junk food and fried food.
  46. Never check-up on your health.
  47. Setup your lifestyle so it revolves around money.
  48. Spend more than you earn and rack up lots of financial debt.
  49. Don't say what you mean. Don't mean what you say.
  50. Frown.
  51. Never tell anyone how you feel or what you're thinking.
  52. Make sure everything you do impresses someone else.
  53. Always put your own needs on the back burner.
  54. Get involved in other people problems and make them your own.
  55. Make others feel bad about themselves.
  56. Never waste your energy on coaching or mentoring somebody else.
  57. Keep all the financial assets you have to yourself and never give anything away.
  58. Watch TV for several hours every day.
  59. Gamble often.
  60. Stay in the same place. Don't travel.
  61. Don't play, just work.
  62. Let your hobbies go.
  63. Let your close relationships go.
  64. Never finish what you start.
  65. Take everything personally.
  66. Do lots of drugs. Drink lots of alcohol.
  67. Never say, "I'm sorry." Never say, "I love you."
  68. Don't work hard at anything.
  69. Put money high on your list.
  70. Always wait until the last minute.
  71. Believe that, no matter what, you are entitled to things.
  72. Let others make decisions for you.
  73. Never read an inspiring book about self-development.
  74. Remember the insults. Forget the compliments.
  75. Let it all bottle up inside.
  76. Always compare yourself to others.
  77. Rely on others for everything.
  78. Fail to plan.
  79. Don't dream.
  80. Don't think about the future at all.
  81. Always disregard other people's opinions and suggestions.
  82. Make promises you can't keep.
  83. Don't decide on anything, ever.
  84. Just keep going and going and going. And never ever stop!

And now that you know what NOT to do, let me tell you a little secret about happiness. Nobody is happy all of the time!It's perfectly normal to experience considerable fluctuations in your level of happiness from day to day, month to month, and even year to year.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Magnet is You ( Law of attraction)

It's a potent secret,also a very useful one...if only you know how to apply.The law of attraction can be summed up in three simple words "thoughts become things".If I sit down to say briefly,this one single law governs anything and everything in known and unknown simply says that,any thought that we harbour in our mind and nurture it immensely day-after-day,month-after-month,the object of our thought gets attracted to us,knowingly or unknowingly.When we create a desire in our heart for anything...when we present the list of our needs to universe,the law of attraction responds...and the time of response is directly proportional to the deepness of our thoughts and needs.But many of us fail to utilize this gift because of one simple reason...we are never clear in our mind about what we want,we divert all our energy to things that we DONT WANT rather than focussing on what we WANT.In case of this law...the energy of universe acts like the genie from aladdin's lamp,our task is simple...JUST ASK.
We always light a little fire in some corner of our heart in terms of our wish....wish for money,success,for a lovely girl,lots of fame but we never present the list,we never demand it from universe.Rather than giving fuel to that little fire,we let it die...saying that "it's not possible",and do u know what the genie says..."your wish is my command master".In this way our desires are never fulfilled ,because we never give them space to grow.The question now arises HOW?
As Einstein told once,imagination is more important than knowledge .....start imagining and visualizing "things" that you want...just close your eyes and live your dream.Try to visualise the world that you want to create for you,try to visualise the life that you want,visualize the girl of your dreams in your arms,and all these things will get attracted to you,you shall act like a magnet.

The world and universe as we know it,is the result of our thoughts and concepts that we bear in our psyche.Hence the energy in universe and energy of our thoughts are connected through LAW OF ATTRACTION....only if we dare to ask,the energy shall respond in some way or the other.We always give up hope because we never see the path or way of our desires turning into reality...thw law states that path is never clearly visible,hence focus on things that you want...path shall be created.It's just like walking a tightrope,if you focus on the farside of rope ,you'll lose balance so simply focus on next'll reach the other end,even before you know it yourself.
There's volumes and volumes written on this law,but I suppose this should be enough to make a head start. next time,be careful what you wish for,your wish may come true.

New year Resolution

New Year's Eve has always been a time for looking back to the past, and more importantly, forward to the coming year. It's a time to reflect on the changes we want (or need) to make and resolve to follow through on those changes.

What is your New Year Resolution???????

Same old resolutions to:
Lose Weight
Quit Smoking
Pay off Debts
Save More Money
Provide Better Income for Family
Spend More Quality Time with Family

Or Something Different?

Or maybe some business-related resolutions for the new year:

Cut Expenses
Increase enrolment
Improve Product Quality
Build relationship with Business Partner.
Reduce backlogs.

Well, they really aren't all that different, are they? We all vow each year to try harder to do the things we know we should do - get in better shape, physically, financially, emotionally.
Those of us who also are responsible for business units make similar promises to ourselves to do what we already know has to be done to improve the business.

Lets make a different resolution this year, which will relate to your personal & professional life.
My resolution 2011 : I want to be perfect in all aspect of my day to day life.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Fear of Try

   I have interacted with many people and got to know a senti thing. Some People knows what to do, but they did not try to get that. This you can say the "scare of try" or "fear of try". If you know exactly what you want & the path to achieve it then why you are scaring to try it.

   So many people have this type of silly problems. They fear with the word "Try". According to them "Try" means :  "You might not get what you want to achieve". They started doubting their own capabilities. My question to them is " If you will not try then you will not achieve, result will remain same, then why you are fearing of failure??? If you will not try then possibility of out come is zero.

 I will suggest :
Stop doubting your capabilities-->stop fearing with the word try--> step out-->Try--> achieve it.


Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Making Competitor's RESUME

For making 'Winning strategies to prevail over tough competitors' you have to make competitors resume. If you are able to find answer the below questions for your each & every competitors then you will able to crack them out.

  • Who specifically are the competitors?
  • When do you compete?
  • What is their Business History?
  • Who are the principals and Key employees?
  • Where are their locations?
  • What business strategy & goals are they pursuing?
  • How strong is their financial performance?
  • Who are their most important customers?
  • How do they service & support customers?
  • What type of reputation do they have with customers & suppliers?
  • How do they perform essential marketing & promotional activities?
  • How do they sell their products? What are the channels to market?
  • What are their products?
  • What specific opportunities have  they won at your expense?
  • Why do they win business?
Once you got these answers then you will be able to make COMPETITORS RESUME/ PROFILE.
Kindly post comments if you have some better ideas or questions to add in this blog.

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Education Industry "A rising industry"

Education Industry "A rising industry"
The Indian Education Industry is in its development stage. Current public spending on education in India is 3.5% of GDP. The Central government accounts for 15% of the total expenditure while state government accounts for 85%. Today India's literacy rate stands at 61%.
   The number of junior basic schools are highest in the country & there is a strong need to set up higher secondary schools as well as colleges with a focus on IT education. The government has set up many ICT schools but still more than 50% of the market is untapped which shows an opportunity for private players. Trained teacher's & student's ratio is very low which claims the need of training institutes.
Indian Education System
Indian education system divides into two category.

  • Formal Education System
  • Informal Education System
FORMAL EDUCATION ( School & Higher Education)
  •   Under the purview of the ministry of Human Resource Development
  • Higher education comprises graduate/diploma/ Professional courses regulated by university grants commission(UGC)
  • Professional colleges must operate as not-profit institutes set up under a Trust/Society
INFORMAL EDUCATION ( Pre-Schools, Multimedia in schools & colleges, Coaching classes, Vocational training, Books)
  • Informal education system is free of any regulations
  • Not governed by any regulatory body

  • The Indian education market is expected to grow at 11% over the next 10 years. 
  • Pre-school, K-12 schooling & Higher Education will together represent 2/3rd of the market.
  • Multimedia in schools, child skill development , IT training & E-learning, preparatory & vocational studies are forecasted to grow in the range of 25% to 60% and will together represent 1/4th of the market.
  • Pre-school, Education, CD-ROM and child skill enhancement are likely to remain an urban phenomenon.
  • Teacher training is likely to grow at 40% to 50%.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Qualities that attract consumer

- Accountability               - Adaptability              - Brand
- Capability                     - Charisma                  - Commitment
- Communication             - Creativity                  - Decisiveness
- Excellence                   - Expertise                  - Focus
- Friendliness                 - Fun                           - Hard work
- Helpfulness                  - Honesty                    - Humour
- Innovation                    - Integrity                     - Intelligence
- Value                          - Knowledge                 - Learning
- Openness                    - Optimism                  - Passion
- Performance                - Politeness                 - Positive
- Professionalism           - Punctuality                - Resourcefulness
- Respect                      - Service                      - Simplicity
- Speed                         - Straight forwardness   - Success
- Systems                     - Teamwork                   - Technology
- Tenacity                      - Trust