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Some Adaptable Habits from the life of Great(Personalities)


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" Become a good role model. Set a good example by your

behavior. "

" Wise people learn from their mistakes but wiser

people learn from others

mistakes."

" Making a mistake is not the end of the world but

repeating it certainly can

be."

" Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today

is a gift, thats why we

call it the present."

" People don't care how much you know, they want to

know how much you care."

" It's never too late to show kindness."

" Laugh with people not at them."

" Money becomes a blessing or a curse by the way we

use or abuse it."

" Don't gossip. People who gossip with you also gossip

about you."

" It is better to be alone than in bad company."

" Jealous people: Their own problems don't bother them

as much as other people's

successes bother them."

" Give sincere appreciation to others. Don't flatter.

Appreciation comes from

the heart, flattering comes from the mouth."

" Make your parents proud and give a great heritage of

values to your children."

" Pick your mentors and role models carefully as they

can lead or mislead you."

" Never look for a job. Always look for a career."

" Don't try to buy friendship. Stay away from the

people who do that."

" Take initiative. Don't wait for things to happen.

Make them happen."

" Personalities without principles make life

miserable."

" Judge a persons character not only by how they make

a living but also how they

spend it."

" Choose your advisors based on values and not on

convenience."

" Learn to be nice to people. It is nice to be

important but it is more important to be nice."

" Learn to express your opinions but don't talk back

to others. Learn the art of disagreeing without being

disagreeable."

" Become labeled as trustworthy and a person of

integrity, because our credibility affects our

profitability not

only in money but also in goodwill."

" Choose your friends carefully. We reveal our

character not only by the company we keep but also by

the company we

avoid."

" Return what you borrow on time as it builds

credibility."

" Don't cheat as it becomes a habit and habits form

character."

" Be well groomed because you never get a second

chance to create a first

impression."

" Never take anything without asking permission

because borrowing without

permission is stealing."

" Be polite, courteous and sensitive to others

feelings. It shows compassion."

" Remember you have freedom of choice but not freedom

of consequences so make

your choices carefully."

" Accept constructive criticism in a positive manner.

It only shows that the

giver cares."

" Honour is more important than Honours."

" Do the right thing for the right reason."

" Success is getting what you want, happiness is

wanting what you get."

" Do not disclose anything told in confidence."

" Be a good listener. Listening shows caring and makes

the other person feel

important."

" Practice courtesy. Don't complete the other persons

sentence."

" Don't whisper in the company of the others. It's bad

manners."

" Our actions and inactions can be hurtful to

ourselves and others."

" There is no accomplishment without activity.

However, all activity does not result in

accomplishment."

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In 1923, a group of the world's most successful financiers met at the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Chicago. These tycoons were extremely rich &

altogether they controlled more wealth than there was in the US Treasury. Their success stories were published everywhere inspiring many to follow their fine examples. Just look at who they were:

1. Arthur Cutten - The greatest wheat speculator.

2. Albert Fall - The Secretary of Interior in President Harding's cabinet.

3. Leon Fraser - The president of the Bank of International Settlements.

4. Howard Hopson - The president of the largest gas company.

5. Ivar Kreuger - Head of the world's greatest monopoly.

6. Jesse Livermore - The greatest bear in Wall Street.

7. Charles Schwan - The president of the largest independent steel company.

8. Richard Whitney - The president of the New York Stock Exchange.

But 27 years later in 1948, this was what happened to them:

1. Arthur Cutten died abroad insolvent.

2. The penniless Albert Fall was pardoned from prison so that he could die at home.

3. Leon Fraser commited suicide.

4. Howard Hopson was insane.

5. Ivar Kreuger commited suicide.

6. Jesse Livermore commited suicide.

7. Charles Schwan was bankrupt & had to live on borrowed money the last 5 years of his life before his death.

8. Richard Whitney was recently released from Sing Sing Prison.

2 B continue............................

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A man went to a barber shop to have his hair and his

beard cut as always. He started to have a good

conversation with the barber who attended him. They

talked about so many things and various subjects.

Suddenly, they touched the subject of God.

The barber said: "Look man, I don't believe that God

exists as you say so."

"Why do you say that?" - asked the client.

"Well, it's so easy, you just have to go out in the

street to realize that God does not exist. Oh, tell

me, if God existed, would there be so many sick

people? Would there be abandoned children?" If God

existed, there would be no suffering nor pain. I can't

think of a God who permits all of these things."

The client stopped for a moment thinking, but he

didn't want to respond so as to prevent an argument.

The barber finished his job and the client went out of

the shop. Just after he left the barber shop he saw a

man in the street with a long hair and beard (it

seemed that it had been a long time since he had his

cut and he looked so untidy).

Then the client again entered the barber shop and he

said to the barber: "Know what? Barbers do not exist."

"How come they don't exist?"- asked the barber. "Well,

I am here and I am a barber."

"No!" - the client exclaimed. "They don't exist

because if they did, there would be no people with

long hair and beard like that man who walks in the

street."

"Ah, barbers do exist, what happens is that people do

not come to me."

"Exactly!"- affirmed the client. "That's the point.

God does exist, what happens is people don't go to Him

and do not look for Him; that's why there's so much

pain and suffering in the world."

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