“He who learned how to die, has un-learned how to serve.”
Everyone wants to feel important.
Don’t fall into the triviality trap. In making speeches, solving problems, counseling employees, think of those things that really matter, things that make the difference. Don’t become submerged under surface issues. Concentrate on important things.
Think strategy first, the overall aim and purpose.
Lose the battle, but win the war.
In sales, who cares you are right or wrong. The objective is to get the sale.
In relationships, its about happiness, peace and tranquility, not winning arguments.
in working with colleagues and employees, its about developing their full potentials, not making an issue out of their trivial and minor errors.
In life, ask yourself constantly, is this really important? The objective is to live a good life and add value to the world.
When something’s about to happen, ask yourself: Is it really important?
Is it really important for me to get all worked up over this?
Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Visualization adds value to everything. A big thinker always visualizes what can be done in the future. He isn’t stuck with the present.
– Magic of Thinking Big