Day with a Difference – 13-Sep-12

Quote of the day
“Don’t let anyone tell you that you have to be a certain way. Be unique. Be what you feel.” ~ Melissa Etheridge
Thought of the day – “The Power of Authenticity”
“The most important gift we can give ourselves is the commitment to living our authentic life. To be true to ourselves, however, is not an easy task. We must break free of the seductions of society and live life on our own terms, under our own values and aligned with our original dreams. We must tap our hidden selves; explore the deep-seated, unseen hopes, desires, strengths and weaknesses that make us who we are. We have to understand where we have been and know where we are going. Every decision we make, every step we take, must be informed by our commitment to living a life that is true and honest and authentic to ourselves and ourselves alone. And as we proceed, we are certain to experience fortune well beyond our highest imagination”.Excerpt from “The Secret Letters of the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin SharmaRobin Sharmais one of the most in demand leadership speakers in the world with his blockbusters such as “The Greatness Guide” and “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” not only topping bestseller lists but being translated into nearly 70 languages. Mr. Sharma’s clients include many of the best-known companies and organizations on the planet including NASA, Microsoft, Nike, FedEx, IBM, BP, KPMG, GE, Yale University and The Harvard Business School.

Mr. Sharma is also a trusted CEO advisor on leadership issues and has appeared on CNN, CNBC and NBC and other international media.
Robin’s mission is to help people in organizations Lead Without a Title and passionately believes that you don’t need a title to show leadership. Competitive advantage in these times of deep change and turbulence comes down to the ability to grow leaders throughout an organization faster than its competition. Recently, in an independent survey of over businesspeople, Mr. Sharma was named the #2leadership guru in the world along with Jack Welch and Tom Peters

 

Joke of the day
The teacher speaking to a student said, “Saud, name two pronouns.”
Saud who suddenly woke up, said, “Who, me?”Teacher: Today, we’re going to talk about the tenses. Now, if I say “I am beautiful,” which tense is it?
Student: Obviously it is the past tense.
Have a great day!Regards,
Prasanna
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Day with a Difference – 13-Sep-12

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