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Monday, 24 October 2016

Reflections:Do you know the 90/10 principle?

                                     


What is this principle? 10% of life is made up of what happens to us and 90% of life is decided by how we react. What does this mean? We really have no control over 10% of what happens to us. We cannot stop the car from breaking down. The plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole schedule off. A driver may cut us off in traffic. We have no control over this 10%.

The other 90% is different. We determine the other 90%. How? By our reactions! We cannot control a red light, but we can control our reaction. We should not let anyone tell us otherwise; we can control how we react.

Let’s use an example. A business man is eating breakfast with his family. His daughter knocks over a cup of 

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

How much dirt do you eat in a year



                                 




Kids under 1 year eat about 60 milligrams of dirt a day; from ages 1-20, they eat 100 milligrams.

We all know we shouldn't eat dirt, but we do it anyway. Mostly not on purpose – dirt gets into our bodies all day, every day, whether we want it to or not. It's understandably difficult to figure out exactly how much is getting in.

Reflections:You Can Be A Wise Leader

                                  


A good executive is not a boss—he is like a servant! A good executive simply is not arrogant. He listens to his employees. When the top people don’t communicate with those under them, then of course they don’t understand them or their problems. When that happens they’re headed for trouble!

Executives at any level should listen to those under them. They are responsible to make the final decisions, but being an executive does not mean that he has all the ideas and does all the thinking and all the consulting just within himself. A good executive will listen to others. A good assistant often knows more about his boss’ business than he does— and he should! The boss shouldn’t have to be involved with every little thing, but someone needs to be.

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