FOOD FOR THOUGHT- 22ND MAY, 2020.

 

DAILY NUGGET

We have more ability than willpower, and it is often our excuse to ourselves that we imagine that things are impossible

  • Francois de la Rochefoucauld

EAT-IN

Our everyday working life is full of distractions and obstacles that prevent most of us from functioning as effectively as we should. This concern tends to weigh many people down. We should look at our personal strengths rather than focusing exclusively on the negative side of our lives.

Many people think that a way of running from their insecurities and fears is to project their feelings on to others. They push the blame to others and devise schemes to get revenge for imagined wrongs that others have done to them. By doing this, they are simply postponing the hunt for solutions to their work-life problems.

People tend to take note of their failures than successes. They get too used to the success mentality and when they have a setback, they believe it’s someone else’s fault. You should learn to take charge and be in control of your destinies. Until you take charge you can never be in charge and any attempt to blame turns you a lame.

TAKE-AWAY

We have forty million reasons for failure, but not a single excuse

  • Rudyard Kipling

 

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