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Every Day is A New Day

New day.. New office location.. New Seat.. So many new things happened to me before this new year comes. Newness always brings enthusiasm and excitement. Hope this New Year also comes with hand full of surprises as Every Day is a New Day indeed..!!!

12 Most Famous Love Stories of All Time

When: 31 BC Where: Rome and Egypt What’s So Special about Their Love: These two had a love so strong, war was waged against them to break them up. When Mark Antony left his wife, Octavia, for the mesmerizing Cleopatra, Octavia’s brother Octavian brought the army of Rome to destroy them. These two lovers were so entranced with each other that they committed suicide rather than be apart- the ultimate Romeo and Juliet true love story.

Mahatma`s Teachings

I like both the movies MunnaBhai MBBS and Lage Raho MunnaBhai. I dont know about the Gandhi`s political decisions but I believe in his teachings to the nation.

Universal Truth about Boys............lolz!!

Now i truly admit, Google is very very very smart......

Showing posts with label power. Show all posts
Showing posts with label power. Show all posts

Monday, February 26, 2018

Power to Change

I have always been a dreamer and have always had extremely big goals and expectations for myself. Coming from a small town and an even smaller high school, I had my fair share of being around small-minded people. I never let that small mindset rub off on me, but I definitely down-played myself to fit into it.
I cut the people out of my life that weren't doing anything for me but make me question my dreams, my goals, my passions and quite frankly myself. I don’t like being around people who are satisfied with what is handed to them. I don't like being around people who only look forward to the next party. I don’t like being around people who are fine with where they’re at. Why? Because when you surround yourself with those people, their small mindset will rub off on you if you aren't careful. If I gave up on myself and everything I believe in, I wouldn’t be me. Nothing poetic or beautiful about what I did, I just gathered a whole bunch of courage up and removed the toxic from my life.
This was a new beginning for me. Something I would never let those people be a part of. It was the start of a chapter I would dedicate wholeheartedly to myself. As I achieve each goal I have spent my nights dreaming about, I won’t celebrate being surrounded by the people who didn’t believe in me. I will spend them with the people who genuinely support and believe in me; the people who love me. I learned to starve what kept me stranded and feed what made me fly.
This new chapter, this whole year, has been such a crazy experience. I’ve made mistakes, met people I wish I never met, hit crazy lows and even spent time being someone I am not to conform to the basic societal standards. It’s all because I was completely on my own - something I have never truly experienced in my young adulthood.

Today, I reflect on who I was earlier and who I am now. I am consciously evolving.

Today, I only have time have time for what brings me closer to my dreams. I only surround myself with people who are full of ambition and creativity and who offer something different to my life; the people who have a deeper connection with themselves and an outlook on life that absolutely terrifies others because they aren’t even able to wrap their mind around it. The ones that are undeniably themselves. The ones who don't play it safe - the ones who don’t just dream of what they want; they go out and get it freaking done. As the people we meet are a direct reflection of ourselves, I learned it's important to surround ourselves with the ones who are not just similar to us but the ones who will change our lives and make us better people.
There is no passion to be found playing small; in settling for a life that is less capable than the one you are capable of living. Over the course of years, I changed more than ever. A decision I made has had a positive domino effect on my life. The choice to free myself from what wasn’t mine and focus on me and everything I wanted was the best decision yet. Always believe that at any moment you hold the power to be who you want to be. You’ve always had permission to witness yourself rise, you just have to decide when it’s time you start believing in your potential. The deepest secret is that life is not a process of discovery, but a process of creation.
"Seek therefore not to find out who you are, seek to determine who you want to be" - and never go back.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Your thoughts are your power

Thoughts are power. They create and destroy. What is possible is everything. What you do is up to you. Look around and you will see that almost your entire life has been born out of your thoughts. Know this, and plant your seeds accordingly. You can change your mind at any moment. So go ahead. Change it right now.



Monday, February 27, 2012

Richest Women of the World


The world of business is largely male dominated and fighting to the top is no easy task. However, there are a few women who, with inherited fortunes Christy Walton and conquered the path to glory like Gina Rinehart, have made a niche for themselves. Here are the richest women in the world.


1. Christy Walton


Age: 56
Country: United States
Net worth: $24.5 Billion
Company: Walmart
Currently: Philanthropist

Christy Walton inherited a fortune of $15.7 billion in 2005 after the death of John T. Walton, one of the sons of the founder of Wal-Mart, Sam Walton. She is considered to be the richest women alive, the sixth richest in the United States and the 10th richest person in the world. A large bulk of her calculated net worth of $26.5 billion comes from her shares in Wal-Mart and First Solar, a solar panel maker in which her husband invested. According to the amount she gives as a percentage of her wealth, she has been ranked the highest female philanthropist and 2002-2006, Walton contributed billions from her then $16.3 billion net worth to charity.

2. Liliane Bettencourt


Age: 89 
Country: France
Net worth: $23.5 billion
Notable company: L’Oreal
Currently: Principal shareholder, L’Oreal


Liliane Bettencourt is the richest woman in Europe, second richest women in the world and second richest person in France (behind Bernard Arnault). She is the only child of Eugene Schueller, founder of the cosmetic giant, L’Oreal. Liliane, who had a close bond with her father, joined his company at the age of 15 as an apprentice, mixing cosmetics and labeling bottles of shampoo. In 1950, she married French politician André Bettencourt and in 1957, she inherited the L'Oréal fortune when her father died. She has always been in news ranging from a high-level French political scandal regarding tax evasion to a sensational family scandal involving a long political battle with her only daughter and heir, Francoise Bettencourt-Meyer.

3. Alice Walton


Age: 61 
Country: United States
Net worth: $20.9 Billion
Notable Company: Walmart
Currently: Board member, Amon Carter Museum


Alice is another heiress to the Wal-Mart fortune and is the daughter of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton and Helen Walton. She is the tenth richest American, the riches goes to the original Bentonville store founded by her father with his brother James in 1962. Wal-Mart, the largest retailer in the world, has sales over $405 billion today and employs more than 2.1 million people. Alice Walton founded Llama Company, an investment bank engaged in corporate finance, public and structured finance in 1988, which she closed down in the late 1990s. Her primary philanthropic efforts are done as a board member of the Walton Family Foundation. Currently she is on the board of the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas and is a member of the Trustees' Council of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.


4. Iris Fontbona


Age: N/A 
Country: Chile
Net worth: $19.2 billion
Notable company: Antofagasta
Current position: Owner, Antofagasta


Second wife of Antonio Andrónico Luksic Abaroa, a Chilean billionaire who heads one of the world’s biggest and most influential copper-mining concerns, Fontbona become one of the richest in the world after his death.  Her business empire, Antofagasta, is the 30th-biggest company listed on the London Stock Exchange. Iris Fontbona and family hold shares in Quinenco, a consumer packaging and beverage maker, and Plava Laguna, a chain of Croatian beach resorts. Her son Jean Paul is the Chairman of Antofagasta, of shares of which have more than doubled in the past 12 months.

5. Gina Rinehart


Age: 57 
Country: Australia
Net worth: $18 Billion-$20 Billion
Notable company: Hancock Prospecting
Currently: Chairman & Director, Hancock Prospecting


Unlike the aforementioned successful business women, success was not just gifted to Gina Rinehart, rather she earned it. She went all the way to making his dad’s struggling mining concern, Hancock Prospecting, one of the greatest in the industry with an eye toward expansion and profit. She was ranked the wealthiest person in Australia by both Forbes Asia and Business Review Weekly in 2011. Rinehart growth was quite amazing that in 2007, her wealth amounted to $1 billion which more than doubled to $2.4 billion next year and in spite of the global economic slowdown, she was reported to be having assets worth $9 billion, which once again doubled to $18 in 2012.

6. Susanne Klatten


Age: 48 
Country: Germany
Net worth: $14.6 billion
Notable companies: BMW; Altana
Currently: Supervisory board, BMW


Susanne Klatten  is the richest woman in Germany and the 44th richest person in the world. Upon her father Herbert Quandt’s death, Klatten inherited partial ownership of renowned carmaker BMW and 50.1 percent stake in pharmaceutical and chemicals manufacturer Altana, which she now wholly owns. She has been named in a sex-tape scandal in 2008 and a blackmail plot, of which the accused named Helg Sgarbi pleaded guilty in court. Since 2005, she has been a member of the University Council of the Technical University of Munich and is one of the major donors of the centre-right political party the Christian Democratic Union.

7. Birgit Rausing


Age: 87 
Country: Switzerland
Net worth: $14 billion
Notable company: Tetra Pak
Current position: Owner, Tetra Laval


Birgit Rausing inherited the food-packaging giant Tetra Laval when her husband Gad Rausing died in 2000, making her one of the richest women in the world. The company was founded in 1944 by Gad’s dad which revolutionized the packaging of liquids such as juices and milk. Tetra Laval employs more than 31,000 people in 165 countries today. All her three children are on Tetra Laval's board. While her son Jorn is the head of mergers and acquisitions, son Finn is the chairman of the board of the Swedish R.R. Institute of Applied Economics and daughter Kirsten is a horse breeder in the U.K.

8.  Jacqueline Mars


Age: 71 
Country: United States
Net worth: $13.8 billion
Notable company: Mars, Inc.
Current position: Vice president, Mars, Inc.


Jacqueline Mars is the granddaughter of Frank C. Mars, Founders of the American candy company Mars Incorporated. The company has bunch of brands like Snickers, Pedigree, M&M and Milky Way which are quite famous across the globe. She is the fourth richest American woman and has been ranked the 52nd richest person in the world and the 26th richest person in America by Forbes. The combined sales of all the business undertakings of the company exceed $30 billion and her shares in the company is said to be more than $10 billion. She is the public face of the Mars business group.


9. Anne Cox Chambers


Age: 92 
Country: United States
Net worth: $13.4 Billion
Notable company: Cox Enterprises
Currently: Owner, Cox Enterprises

92 year old, Anne Cox Chambers’ is the daughter of James M. Cox, the founder of Cox Enterprises. Today, the media empire has a vast range of business undertakings includes Cox Communications cable company, 15 TV stations, 17 daily newspapers, 86 radio stations, Manheim Auctions (cars) and AutoTrader.com. The family has a history of political activism as James Cox had served as U.S. representative and governor of Ohio before being the Democratic nominee for president and Anne too followed his path and was named ambassador to Belgium in 1977 by the then President Jimmy Carter. Cox-Chambers is the 20th richest person in the United States and 53rd richest person in the world.

10. Savitri Jindal


Age: 61 
Country: India
Net worth: $13.2 Billion


Notable company: O.P. Jindal Group
Currently: Chair, O.P. Jindal Group


Savitri Jindal is the wealthiest woman in India and the world's 56th richest person. This Indian steel baroness is the non-executive chairperson of O.P. Jindal Group and is the member of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha. She also had served as a Minister of Power in the Government of Haryana until 2010. She become the chairperson of the company upon the death of her husband, O. P. Jindal, in a helicopter crash in 2005. In actual practice, it’s her four sons, Prithviraj, Sajjan, Ratan and Naveen who run the businesses. Jindal Steel & Power is the biggest asset of the Jindal family, which is run by the youngest son Naveen, a member of parliament.





Monday, November 21, 2011

The power of unprompted giving




Want to have an immediate impact on a few people today? Anyone can give when they’re prompted or a need is staring them in the face. What about giving without being prompted or without a need being known?
What about doing this at work? Here’s a three step beginner’s guide:
  • Think of 2-3 people in your sphere of influence, whether colleagues, vendors or customers.
  • Take a moment to reflect on their unique interests, needs or impact on your life.
  • Identify one thing you can do or say today to give to them, whether that means supporting their interests, meeting their needs or affirming their impact on your life.
Regular, unprompted giving might happen in a healthy home or church, but it’s too rarely seen in the workplace. While prompted giving is great, unprompted giving is even better because you are the sole catalyst. This makes the thought more meaningful and the impact more lasting.

Go have some fun and give today.