THE POWER TO EVERYTHING YOU WANT IS INSIDE YOU...


Once upon a time, two young boys were playing on thin ice.

As they were playing, one of them fell through that ice into the lake underneath.

The other one tried hard and he couldn't reach his friend through that gap.

So he walked up to a tree, pulled and broke a branch of enormous size. He came back and started beating the ice and he saved his friend.

When the paramedics came and they were able to revive the kid, they were baffled and they couldn't understand that how did his friend break an enormous sized branch and then beat the ice and save his friend. They thought it was IMPOSSIBLE

Then the old man who was standing there said, "I can tell you how he did it."

They said, "How? How he did it."

The old man said, "There was no one here to tell him that he can't do it."

You have all the powers inside you... Be yourself...
Have confidence on yourself each and every moment...

Each of the individual's capabilities are immense. Each have programmed themselves to limitations according to their surroundings.

Take the mind beyond that limitations and experience the paradise of your being.

The power within you is so infinite. You just need to plug yourself into the higher self for a surge that will propel you to places you thought unattainable.

The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any.

Never doubt the power of being yourself.

You must find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.

Everything in the universe is within you. Ask all from yourself...

LAWS THAT YOU DIDN'T LEARN AT SCHOOL

 
01. LORENZ'S LAW OF MECHANICAL REPAIR:

Once  your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch.

02. ANTHONY'S LAW OF THE WORKSHOP:

Any tool, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.

03. KOVAC'S CONUNDRUM:

When you dial a wrong number, you never get an engaged tone.

04. CANNON'S KARMIC LAW:

If you tell the boss you were late for work because you had a flat tyre, the next morning you will have a flat tyre.

05 O'BRIEN'S VARIATION LAW:

If you change queues, the one you have left will start to move faster than the one you are in now.

06. BELL'S THEOREM:

When the body is immersed in water, the telephone rings.

07. RUBY'S PRINCIPLE OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS:

The probability of meeting someone you know increases when you are with someone you don't want to be seen with.

08. WILLOUGHBY'S LAW:

When you try to prove to someone that a machine won't work, it will.

09. ZADRA'S LAW OF BIOMECHANICS:

The severity of the itch is inversely proportional to the reach.

10. BREDA'S RULE:

At any event, the people whose seats are farthest from the aisle arrive last.

11. OWEN'S LAW:

As soon as you sit down to a cup of hot coffee, your boss will ask you to do something which will last until the coffee is cold. 😩

Business: 10 Simple Steps to Conflict Resolutions

Business: 10 Simple Steps to Conflict Resolutions 

One of the most common and frustrating impediments to worker productivity is conflict between employees. Unresolved conflict can strain relationships, create tension and negativity, and dampen morale. Whether engaged in a heated debate, a disagreement, or an outright feud, take a strategic approach to resolving the problem. You'll be most effective if you avoid making these common mistakes.

1. Don't make assumptions about the situation or the other person's perceptions, motivations, or reactions. You'll get a much clearer and more accurate picture by asking the other person directly.

2. Don't take it personally - it rarely is!

3. Don't look for blame. Instead, try to identify cause.

4. Don't avoid the problem. It'll only get worse, breed resentment, and resurface at a later date. You've simply got to deal directly with the issue at hand.

​​ 5. Don't attack the other person's character. That's just playing dirty. It will not help you work things out and it will almost certainly have a lasting, negative impact.

6. Don't gossip about the problem or about the other person involved. It's unprofessional and will only make matters worse.

 7. Don't bring it up in public. This is a private matter to be resolved between you and the other party.

8. Don't bring it up when there's not enough time to address it. Instead, leave adequate time for a thorough discussion - or introduce the issue and schedule a time to resume talks in the immediate future.

9. Don't bring it up when you're angry, stressed, or feeling ill.That's a disservice to you and the other person involved. Wait until you're calm.

10. Don't address the situation in an email. Email leaves far too much room for misinterpretation. While we're on the subject, don't copy others on a personal matter. This will almost certainly make the other party feel defensive, angry, or humiliated. It won't, however, help resolve the problem.
 
Shabbar Suterwala
"Bridging the Gap between what you are and what you can be"
Soft Skills Trainer, Business Coach,NLP Practitioner
Personal, Psychological & Martial Counsellor & Coach 

Whatsapp / IMO:  +91-9892225864

http://www.shabbarsuterwala.com 

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