When people disappoint us, it’s not due to their actions. It’s because their actions fell short of our expectations.
You can’t control what people do, but you can choose not to let their actions drive your emotions.
Be clearer about your expectations—or set more realistic ones.
Don’t just ask whether you’re proud of what you’ve achieved.
Ask whether you’re proud of how you’ve achieved it.
The ends don’t justify the means. The means are the measure of your character. You reveal your values in the way you pursue your goals.
“When you meet someone new, don’t ask, ‘What do you do?’ It limits what people share about themselves to a job description. Instead, try, ‘What do you love to do?’ It ignites curiosity and invites people to express their distinctive interests.” ~
To be a successful team leader, one has to stay back after the din and clutter of a working day to emerge better-equipped and ready to face a new day.
Being unique should be the motto of the youth.
Knowledge is a tangible asset, quite often the most important tool in your work. The more up- to-date the knowledge you possess, the freer you are. Knowledge cannot be taken away from anyone except by obsolescence.