'Tis not in mortals to command success,
But we'll do more, Sempronius, we'll deserve it.
(Joseph Addison : 1672-1719)
One's religion is whatever he is most interested in and yours is Success.
(James Barrie : 1860-1937)
To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labour.
(R. L. Stevenson)
Moderation is a fatal thing Lady Hunstanton. Nothing succeeds like excess.
1. Management of space - not cluttered with furniture
2. Time revered - punctuality
4. Adopting silence
5. Respect for other person's ego - Don't hurt others' feelings. Avoid debate that hurts feelings (others' or our own). Refuse to interrupt or contradict another person.
(Raj Mohan Gandhi : The Japanese Secret)
Seiri : sort out and eliminate unnecessary things
Seiton : systematic arrangement of things
Seiso : clean the place
Seiketsu : maintain a serene atmosphere
Shitsuke : discipline
(The five s behind Japanese enterprise)
The seven habits of highly effective people are as follows:
Begin with the end in mind.
Put first things first.
Think – win : win
Seek first to understand and then to be understood.
Synergize - creative cooperation
Sharpen the saw - self-renewal
(Stephen R. Covey)
You can be somebody
With a plan of your own
You can say No,
And you won't be alone
You can make yourself get higher
Than you have ever known
By making up your mind
Doing things your own way
Setting up your own style
By simply being yourself.
(A T.V. song made for NBC : USA)