70% of women who discriminates men of these 3 reasons ; 1. They may have faced bad abuses by men in their lives and these could be the men they had trusted most. Most of the time, it’s related to sexual and violence. The trust breaking incidents leaving a deep scar forever in their lives. These incidents eventually develops into a hatred or a behavioral circumstance, used as a gauge on every other men. Some women build up their self confidence based on these hatred, which turns into a gender equality war. Some would even create a fictitious character in their mind, how a man should be in their view point. This is a subconscious behavior, some woman would adapt in a long run, being tight shut within their opinion. Trusting men and judging men will be totally based on their “to do list as a man”. Some women will… Read more
Part 1. Learn from them , not copy them.. There’s more things you can learn from your competitors. Instead of feeling jealousy, you can take the opportunity to learn from thier businesss. Things like: how they started thier plans. how they stay positive in the desicions. things they went wrong and managed to change it. how they manage their time to maintain the business. Don’t attempt to copy their model. It may not work well for you as it worked for them. Copying a model is like fitting into a ready made suit. It may look confortable but needs alterations. So, rather than spending precious time altering someone elses model. Learn from your competitors and create your own model with just the elements, the way you feel comfortable. so learn the stuff, don’t imitate. Running a business is about character. The branding should look like you not anyone else.
ORIGINS OF DEEPAVALI Deepavali is a Hindu festival celebrated in India and across the world. The word “Divali” is a variation of the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” – Deepa meaning light and Avali, meaning a row. This festival has been referred to as Divali, Diwali, Dipavali and Deepavali among other variations. Generally, however, it is considered the Festival of Lights. Traditionally, it is marked by the lighting of deyas which are made from clay and filled with oil or ghee. Devotees also clean their homes and surroundings, wear new clothing and give charity to the needy. THE MOST COMMON LEGENDS ABOUT DEEPAVALI THE STORY OF RAMA AND SITA One of the most common stories about Divali is the return of Lord Rama (Lord Ram) and his wife Sita to Ayodhya after their fourteen year exile. This is related in the Ramayana (i.e. the Story of Rama). It tells the tale of… Read more
What is passive income and what is active income..??? active income is an income which requires you to work on a daily basis for it, income stops once you stop working, Examples of active income.. regular work with fixed working hours any work where the working hours is not determined by you active income is generally the incomes earned by regular works, where you are an employee. The moment you stop working, your income stops too. You live by the earning paid to you.. expect raise and extra incomes at the mercy of your employer. passive income is an income recieved on a regular basis with little effort required to maintain it. Examples of passive income.. rental from property interest from bank earning from business with little effort needed from owner or merchan royalties from publishing a book or from licensing a patent or other form of intellectual property, such as… Read more
Is success measured by wealth One day, while I was in a success seminar, the speaker asked everyone.. the most simplest question. What is your goals or dreams. I stammered for a while and instantly started to search the database in my brains for an answer which will not embarrass me in a crowd of 50 – 60 people who seemed all ears. My mind started to think of all the famous and successful people I know and read about.. Donald Trump, Anthony Robbins.. even Adolf Hitler.. My Dreams.. My IDOLS.. hahahaha. suddenly It came to my mind.. I want to be an SUCCESSFUL Inspirational Motivator.. YES.. That’s what.. I am and That is What I wish to share with others. While waiting for my turn to reveal my dream to my fellow friends in the room.. a second thought questions my integrity. All those, I idolize are RICH and… Read more
Creating a Musical Home Environment By Dr. Robert A. Cutietta Dad and kids making music with pots and pans, Your child spends more time at home than any other place. This is especially true at preschool age, but even after kids begin school, home is still the predominant source of most experiences. It’s the parents’ responsibility to create the environment in the home, so it’s important that you include music in a meaningful way. Start by incorporating any of these simple steps into your daily routines. Immerse your home in music. Whenever appropriate, have music playing in the home. It really doesn’t matter what type of music. Ignore the media hype that suggests only Mozart enhances your baby’s intelligence. There is no evidence to support that claim, and it limits other musical genres that your child may find particularly meaningful. Play music—any and all music. Actively listen to music. While… Read more