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I say must read, do’nt miss

I say must read, do'nt miss

Nine Beliefs of Remarkably Successful People


The most successful people in business approach their work differently than most. See how they think–and why it works.


I’m fortunate enough to know a number of remarkably successful people. Regardless of industry or profession, they all share the same perspectives and beliefs.

And they act on those beliefs:

1. Time doesn’t fill me. I fill time.

Deadlines and time frames establish parameters, but typically not in a good way. The average person who is given two weeks to complete a task will instinctively adjust his effort so it actually takes two weeks.

Forget deadlines, at least as a way to manage your activity. Tasks should only take as long as they need to take. Do everything as quickly and effectively as you can. Then use your “free” time to get other things done just as quickly and effectively.

Average people allow time to impose its will on them; remarkable people impose their will on their time.

2. The people around me are the people I chose.

Some of your employees drive you nuts. Some of your customers are obnoxious. Some of your friends are selfish, all-about-me jerks.

You chose them. If the people around you make you unhappy it’s not their fault. It’s your fault. They’re in your professional or personal life because you drew them to you–and you let them remain.

Think about the type of people you want to work with. Think about the types of customers you would enjoy serving. Think about the friends you want to have.

Then change what you do so you can start attracting those people. Hardworking people want to work with hardworking people. Kind people like to associate with kind people. Remarkable employees want to work for remarkable bosses.

Successful people are naturally drawn to successful people.

3. I have never paid my dues.

Dues aren’t paid, past tense. Dues get paid, each and every day. The only real measure of your value is the tangible contribution you make on a daily basis.

No matter what you’ve done or accomplished in the past, you’re never too good to roll up your sleeves, get dirty, and do the grunt work.  No job is ever too menial, no task ever too unskilled or boring.

Remarkably successful people never feel entitled–except to the fruits of their labor.

4. Experience is irrelevant. Accomplishments are everything.

You have “10 years in the Web design business.” Whoopee. I don’t care how long you’ve been doing what you do. Years of service indicate nothing; you could be the worst 10-year programmer in the world.

I care about what you’ve done: how many sites you’ve created, how many back-end systems you’ve installed, how many customer-specific applications you’ve developed (and what kind)… all that matters is what you’ve done.

Successful people don’t need to describe themselves using hyperbolic adjectives like passionate, innovative, driven, etc. They can just describe, hopefully in a humble way, what they’ve done.

5. Failure is something I accomplish; it doesn’t just happen to me.

Ask people why they have been successful. Their answers will be filled with personal pronouns: I, me, and the sometimes too occasional we.

Ask them why they failed. Most will revert to childhood and instinctively distance themselves, like the kid who says, “My toy got broken…” instead of, “I broke my toy.”

They’ll say the economy tanked. They’ll say the market wasn’t ready. They’ll say their suppliers couldn’t keep up.

They’ll say it was someone or something else.

And by distancing themselves, they don’t learn from their failures.

Occasionally something completely outside your control will cause you to fail. Most of the time, though, it’s you. And that’s okay. Every successful person has failed. Numerous times. Most of them have failed a lot more often than you. That’s why they’re successful now.

Embrace every failure: Own it, learn from it, and take full responsibility for making sure that next time, things will turn out differently.

6. Volunteers always win.

Whenever you raise your hand you wind up being asked to do more.

That’s great. Doing more is an opportunity: to learn, to impress, to gain skills, to build new relationships–to do something more than you would otherwise been able to do.

8. People who pay me always have the right to tell me what to do.

Get over your cocky, pretentious, I-must-be-free-to-express-my-individuality self. Be that way on your own time.

The people who pay you, whether customers or employers, earn the right to dictate what you do and how you do it–sometimes down to the last detail.

Instead of complaining, work to align what you like to do with what the people who pay you want you to do.

Then you turn issues like control and micro-management into non-issues.

9. The extra mile is a vast, unpopulated wasteland.

Everyone says they go the extra mile. Almost no one actually does. Most people who go there think, “Wait… no one else is here… why am I doing this?” and leave, never to return.

That’s why the extra mile is such a lonely place.

That’s also why the extra mile is a place filled with opportunities.

Be early. Stay late. Make the extra phone call. Send the extra email. Do the extra research. Help a customer unload or unpack a shipment. Don’t wait to be asked; offer. Don’t just tell employees what to do–show them what to do and work beside them.

Every time you do something, think of one extra thing you can do–especially if other people aren’t doing that one thing. Sure, it’s hard.

But that’s what will make you different.

And over time, that’s what will make you incredibly successful.

Success is based on action. The more you volunteer, the more you get to act. Successful people step forward to create opportunities.

Remarkably successful people sprint forward.

7. As long as I’m paid well, it’s all good.

Specialization is good. Focus is good. Finding a niche is good.

Generating revenue is great.

Anything a customer will pay you a reasonable price to do–as long as it isn’t unethical, immoral, or illegal–is something you should do. Your customers want you to deliver outside your normal territory? If they’ll pay you for it, fine. They want you to add services you don’t normally include? If they’ll pay you for it, fine. The customer wants you to perform some relatively manual labor and you’re a high-tech shop? Shut up, roll ’em up, do the work, and get paid.

Only do what you want to do and you might build an okay business. Be willing to do what customers want you to do and you can build a successful business.

Be willing to do even more and you can build a remarkable business.

And speaking of customers…

8. People who pay me always have the right to tell me what to do.

Get over your cocky, pretentious, I-must-be-free-to-express-my-individuality self. Be that way on your own time.

The people who pay you, whether customers or employers, earn the right to dictate what you do and how you do it–sometimes down to the last detail.

Instead of complaining, work to align what you like to do with what the people who pay you want you to do.

Then you turn issues like control and micro-management into non-issues.

9. The extra mile is a vast, unpopulated wasteland.

Everyone says they go the extra mile. Almost no one actually does. Most people who go there think, “Wait… no one else is here… why am I doing this?” and leave, never to return.

That’s why the extra mile is such a lonely place.

That’s also why the extra mile is a place filled with opportunities.

Be early. Stay late. Make the extra phone call. Send the extra email. Do the extra research. Help a customer unload or unpack a shipment. Don’t wait to be asked; offer. Don’t just tell employees what to do–show them what to do and work beside them.

Every time you do something, think of one extra thing you can do–especially if other people aren’t doing that one thing. Sure, it’s hard.

But that’s what will make you different.

And over time, that’s what will make you incredibly successful.


Three Interview Questions That Reveal Everything

Employee fit is crucial. Here’s a simple way to know if a job candidate is right for your business.


Interviewing job candidates is tough, especially because some candidates are a lot better at interviewing than they are at working.

To get the core info you need about the candidates you interview, here’s a simple but incredibly effective interview technique I learned from John Younger, the CEO of Accolo, a cloud recruiting solutions provider. (If you think you’ve conducted a lot of interviews, think again: Younger has interviewed thousands of people.)

Here’s how it works. Just start from the beginning of the candidate’s work history and work your way through each subsequent job. Move quickly, and don’t ask for detail. And don’t ask follow-up questions, at least not yet.

Go through each job and ask the same three questions:

1. How did you find out about the job?

2. What did you like about the job before you started?

3. Why did you leave?

“What’s amazing,” Younger says, “is that after a few minutes, you will always have learned something about the candidate–whether positive or negative–that you would never have learned otherwise.”

Here’s why:

How did you find out about the job?

Job boards, general postings, online listings, job fairs–most people find their first few jobs that way, so that’s certainly not a red flag.

But a candidate who continues to find each successive job from general postings probably hasn’t figured out what he or she wants to do–and where he or she would like to do it.

He or she is just looking for a job; often, any job.

And that probably means he or she isn’t particularly eager to work for you. He or she just wants a job. Yours will do–until something else comes along.

“Plus, by the time you get to Job Three, Four, or Five in your career, and you haven’t been pulled into a job by someone you previously worked for, that’s a red flag,” Younger says. “That shows you didn’t build relationships, develop trust, and show a level of competence that made someone go out of their way to bring you into their organization.”

On the flip side, being pulled in is like a great reference–without the letter.

What did you like about the job before you started?

In time, interviewees should describe the reason they took a particular job for more specific reasons than “great opportunity,” “chance to learn about the industry,” or “next step in my career.”

Great employees don’t work hard because of lofty titles or huge salaries. They work hard because they appreciate their work environment and enjoy what they do. (Titles and salary are just icing on the fulfillment cake.)

That means they know the kind of environment they will thrive in, and they know the type of work that motivates and challenges them–and not only can they describe it, they actively seek it.

Why did you leave?

Sometimes people leave for a better opportunity. Sometimes they leave for more money.

Often, though, they leave because an employer is too demanding. Or the employee doesn’t get along with his or her boss. Or the employee doesn’t get along with co-workers.

When that is the case, don’t be judgemental. Resist the temptation to ask for detail. Hang on to follow-ups. Stick to the rhythm of the three questions. That makes it natural for candidates to be more open and candid.

In the process, many candidates will describe issues with management or disagreements with other employees or with taking responsibility–issues they otherwise would not have shared.

Then follow up on patterns that concern you.

“It’s a quick way to get to get to the heart of a candidate’s sense of teamwork and responsibility,” Younger says. “Some people never take ownership and always see problems as someone else’s problem. And some candidates have consistently had problems with their bosses–which means they’ll also have issues with you.”

And a bonus question:

How many people have you hired, and where did you find them?

Say you’re interviewing candidates for a leadership position. Want to know how their direct reports feel about them?

Don’t look only for candidates who were brought into an organization by someone else; look for candidates who brought employees into their organization.

“Great employees go out of their way to work with great leaders,” Younger says. “If you’re tough but fair, and you treat people well, they will go out of their way to work with you. The fact that employees changed jobs just so they could work for you speaks volumes to your leadership and people skills.”

Dear Reader i have one Friend in Pakistan(FATA) i publish his letter without editiong:Read

The coat of arms of Pakistan displays the nati...

The coat of arms of Pakistan displays the national motto, Īmān, Ittiḥād, Nazm. (Urdu Faith, Unity, Discipline). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

My dear friends,
I just want to inform you that I am a staunch believer and believe that Allah Almighty has created this world and He is running its affairs. If I am in this world this is the desire of Allah Almighty. This was not my choice to be human being. Actually I have been created by Allah Almighty and He has chosen me for a role. My present role is very difficult, but still I have been trying to play it very well. I am a human being and this is the reason that I am weak. Though I have been struggling for peace for the last several years. In my struggle I have presented sacrifices without making any complaint against anyone as I have been feeling I have been chosen by Allah Almighty for a cause. At the moment if I am writing for help this may be the well of Allah Almighty. I think no one can choose right path for him/herself. This is the blessing of Allah Almighty if He chooses someone for a good cause.
I want to introduce myself a little bid. By profession I am a journalist working in tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border. I have worked amid chaos and anarchy for a long time. I have suffered tremendously, but still I am alive.
My dear friends, while living in the war zone I have learnt one that corruption of the rulers is the main reason of terrorism in Pakistan and whole world. Corruption always gives birth to terrorism, which is a justification for war in Pakistan and whole world. This is my belief that through effective media we can check corruption. If we succeed in checking corruption then there will be no terrorism either in Pakistan or in the whole world.
At the moment I am facing a very difficult situation as now I am unable to feed my children. At the moment I have been surrounded by miseries from all sides. It is look like that I have been living in the hell. At the moment I am just needing your involvement in my struggle. If I get a job in the media industry that will be a great help for me. At the moment I am jobless. Now I have no resources to feed my children. This is the reason that today I want to make an appeal for help again.
I have been asked this question time and again as how I can be helped. I think you can help by spreading this message far and wide so in this way we shall spread the message of peace and love. You can also provide help by making a donation. Those, who have been living in Pakistan can send their donations to the following account. Details of the account as under:

Muhammad Khurshid
Account No: 7900441703
Branch Code: 0386
Habib Bank Limited,
Khar, Bajaur Agency

Those who are living abroad can send their donations through Western Union. Just deposit your donations with WU in the name of Muhammad Khurshid, Pakistan. WU will give you a MTCN number. Just send me that number then I shall be able to receive your donations.

Just keep in mind that I shall always be praying for your peace and happiness. Your little help can bring change in the life of millions of people as your money will be spent on a noble cause. May Allah Almighty give you all the happiness in this life and in the life hereafter if there is any.
Love and blessing
Yours friend
Muhammad Khurshid,
Journalist, Bajaur Press Club
Khar, Bajaur Agency, Tribal Areas,

Protest against loadsheding

Protest against loadsheding

Pakistan in Olympic view @mazhar85

Pakistan in Olympic view @mazhar85



Islamabad / Pakistan rewad

Islamabad / Pakistan rewad



Public Presentation and Present Effect Project


A Presentation is a fast and potentially effective method of getting things done through other people. In managing any project, presentations are used as a formal method for bringing people together to plan, monitor and review its progress.

What can a presentation do for you?

Firstly; it puts you on display. Your staff need to see evidence of decisive planning and leadership so that they are confident in your position as their manager. They need to be motivated and inspired to undertaking the tasks which you are presenting. Project leaders from other sections need to be persuaded of the merits of your project and to provide any necessary support. Senior management should be impressed by your skill and ability so that they provide the resources so that you and your team can get the job done.

Secondly; it allows you to ask questions and to initiate discussion. It may not be suitable within the presentation formats of your company to hold a discussion during the presentation itself but it does allow you to raise the issues, present the problems and at least to establish who amongst the audience could provide valuable input to your decision making.

Finally; presentations can be fun. They are your chance to speak your mind, to strut your stuff and to tell the people what the world is really like. While you hold the stage, the audience is bound by good manners to sit still and watch the performance.

In Public presentation!

Starting a Presentation

Most audience these days prefer a relatively informal approach. However, there is a certain structure to the opening of a Presentation that you should observe.

Get people’s attention

Welcome them

Introduce yourself

State the purpose of your presentation

State how you want to deal with questions

Identify the Audience

The next task is to consider the audience to determine how best to achieve your objectives in the context of these people. Essentially this is done by identifying their aims and objectives while attending your presentation. If you can somehow convince them they are achieving those aims while at the same time achieving your own, you will find a helpful and receptive audience. For instance, if you are seeking approval for a new product plan from senior management it is useful to know and understand their main objectives. If they are currently worried that their product range is out of date and old fashioned, you would emphasis the innovative aspects of your new product; if they are fearful about product diversification you would then emphasis how well your new product fits within the existing catalogue.

This principal of matching the audience aims, however, goes beyond the simple salesmanship of an idea – it is the simplest and most effective manner of obtaining their attention at the beginning. If your opening remarks imply that you understand their problem and that you have a solution, then they will be flattered at your attention and attentive to your every word.

A Friendly Face

When you stand up in front of that audience, you’re going to be really nervous.

Poor speakers pay little or no attention to their audience as people. Big mistake.

If you can see your audience as a group of individuals, you’ll be much more likely to connect with those individuals.

Start looking around your audience. See that big guy with his arms folded and an ‘impress me’ look on his face? Best not to look at him too much. How about that lady with the big smile, looking encouragingly towards you? OK, that’s your mother, she doesn’t count. But that other lady with a similar smile is someone you don’t know. But from now on she’s your ‘friend’. Every time that you need any encouragement, look in her direction. Make good eye contact. Establish a form of communication between you.


Stephen R. Covey is my best Teacher:




Stephen R. Covey is my best Teacher:

Covey’s best-known book, The Seven Habits Effective People, has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide since its first publication in 1989.

 Covey argues against what he calls “The Personality Ethic”, something he sees as prevalent in many modern self-help books. He promotes what he labels “The Character Ethic”: aligning one’s values with so-called “universal and timeless” principles.

Covey presents his teachings in a series of habits, manifesting as a progression from dependence via Independence to interdependence.



Covey’s 2004 book The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness was published by Free Press, an imprint of Simon and Schuster. It is the sequel to The Seven Habits.

Covey released The Leader in Me — How Schools and Parents Around the World Are Inspiring Greatness, One Child at a Time in November 2008. It tells how some schools, parents and business leaders are preparing the next generation to meet the great challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.


In The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, author Stephen R. Covey presents a holistic, integrated, principle-centered approach for solving personal and professional problems. With penetrating insights and pointed anecdotes, Covey reveals a step-by-step pathway for living with fairness, integrity, service, and human dignity — principles that give us the security to adapt to change and the wisdom and power to take advantage of the opportunities that change creates.

Covey said the idea for “7 Habits” came partly from Drucker, the management guru who claimed that “effectiveness is a habit.” He agreed with his critics that his principles were gleaned from many sources, including the major world religions and classic psychology and philosophy. Some critics said Covey’s Mormon beliefs were a particularly strong influence.

Like the previous book, 7 habits, this is a book I’d like to have on my own bookshelf at home as there are lots and lots of things to implement into the way I live my life and how I work. This book is a followup as the original 7 habits were written back in 1989, and while still applicable there are new ways to really apply them. The main theme of the book is to find your own voice and be your own person. You must know what you believe and then learn to apply everything together. Overall a very effective plan and the companion videos are also really fun to add to the book. Lots of things for me to work on.

In this book you find powerful resource on principle-based and servant leadership, effectiveness, vision, as well its impact on organisations and societies.

I really enjoyed “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” and picked up “The 8th Habit” as a result. There are a lot of new concepts he introduces, primarily concepts surrounding leadership. At first I felt the book was repetitive, as there were many concepts and illustrative anecdotes which were taken directly from “7 Habits”. However, towards the last 25% of the book.

End :

In the short word’s i say that

This book is really really an outstanding work by Stephen.It will definitely prove helpful to each and everyone in almost all the fields of life,In your work-life, in your family life, and in your personal life as well.This book has really helped me to be more organized and efficient. I will recommend to everyone that wants to take charge of their lives.


Cooperation Values




      Cooperation is?

  • Cooperation is the common effort of a group for their mutual benefit.
  • Cooperation is teamwork.
  • Cooperation is working together peacefully.

    Team players are?

    • Listen
    • Encourage their peers
    • Allow and invite others to contribute their talents and skills
    • Follow as well as lead
    • Recognize their strengths and use them for the common good
    • Treat others equitably
    • Recognize the needs of the group
    • Think before acting
    • Communicate calmly
    • Put competition aside

      How sweet saying:

      We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools. (Martin Luther King, Jr.)

      When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion. (Ethiopian proverb)

      A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle. (Japanese proverb)

      Guidelines for cooperative learning

      • Be a good listener.
      • Distribute the work evenly among team members.
      • Encourage each member to contribute ideas.
      • Try to incorporate each person’s ideas.
      • Treat each person of the group with respect.
      • Be open and receptive to new ideas.
      • Try to compromise to resolve differences.

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Negative Personality Adjectives List

Negative personalities are a fact of life, and you can find them in all facets of your life. They can be friends, relatives, co-workers, employees, and even complete strangers. Who hasn’t been accosted by an aggressive stranger? Most of us have been at one time or another.

These are some negative personality adjective list:


Everyone at some point, encounters negative people. Some are unfortunate to have them around nearly all the time. There are some things to do, that will help you avoid them, and deal with them accordingly. Remember, negative people are not happy people. They just want to make you miserable like they are, but you can stop them before they cause damage.

Do Not Go Where They Will Be

Leave Them Alone

What The Problem Really Is

I have long ago decided that I am not going to surround myself with negative people.I will continue to avoid them as much as I can. If you want a happier existence, like myself, you’ll do the same.

Recent Study about walk!


A recent study by a Southern California university professor shows that the more people walk each day, the more energetic they feel and the better their mood.

This early research relative with advantage of physical and psychological bass:

“People seem to be interested in walking as a health benefit, but here, we’re seeing it’s not just cardiovascular health and other kinds of physical health that are important, but psychological health as well,” explained Robert Thayer, a professor of psychology at California State University, Long Beach. “The more a person walks has a very real and immediate psychological effect that an individual can experience every day.”

“We found that there was a clear and strong relationship between the number of steps they took and their overall mood and energy level,” said Thayer, author of Calm Energy: How People Regulate Mood with Food and Exercise.

“It really indicates that we’re talking about a wider phenomenon here than just ‘walk more, feel more energy.’ We’re talking about ‘walk more, be happier, have higher self-esteem, be more into your diet and the nutritiousness of your diet.’ “

“In this whole series of studies that we’ve done, the more you walk in a day, the more energy you experience,” Thayer noted. “That’s a little counter-intuitive because you would think that when you expend energy, you would not feel as energetic afterwards. But, it turns out that it produces more energy.”

“The amount of walking each day predicted a wide variety of positive psychological conditions,” Thayer said. “Specifically the correlations between the number of steps and self-ratings indicated that when our participants walked more, they rated their diet as more nutritious. They also rated more highly their health, energy, overall mood, happiness and self-esteem, in that order.”














My Birthday celebrations


                                                                         Today is my Birthday.  I am gonna be 22years old.
                                                                                                    How cool is that?

                                                                                          Very very happy returns of the day.

At the early time  morning  when I was with my mom, we discuss about my childhood, then my whole family member celebrate my birthday through wishing.
These all movement always remember.
Some time later my friends wished me through differ devices  like cell phone text, call, mail and by posting comment on my facebook wall.

Once again I forever  remember feeling, emotion’s, which my relatives share with me.


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