Executive M.B.A and Diploma Courses through Distance Learning

For career advancement and personal growth, upgrading knowledge is very important. It not only enables a working executive to get a fresh perspective about the latest academic concepts and tools, but also their application and relevance in his/her sphere of operations.

For working professionals, cost and time are both critical factors and one option they can definitely explore are the distance learning courses.
Distance education is cost effective and enables you to get an M.B.A degree while studying from home.

You are required to read, think and express your thoughts on your own, while making your own deadlines. The flexibility of timing, the ability to study while pursuing your career gives you the option of a rewarding learning experience.

You need to be computer literate and willing to learn the new software, tools and applications. The fast growth in the use of computers and the internet has revolutionized the delivery of education through distance learning.
This option is particularly useful for executives working in rural and semi urban centers where full time or even part time studies may not be feasible.

Distance learning in the higher education sector contributes to about 24% of the total enrollment in India and the Government has plans to take to the level of 40% by the end of 2012.

The most popular courses are offered by the central Open University, Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU). Each state also has an open university, besides of course the different Business Schools now offering Post Graduate Diploma courses.

Some Business schools have started full fledges centers for distance learning, having the following salient features:-

1. Classes via the internet
2. Online sessions with the faculty on a regular frequency
3. Lectures from the faculty members in audio visual format
4. Interactive e-learning modules
5. Dedicated call centers and e-communication centers
6. User friendly web portals
7. Online assignments and examinations

In addition to the two year Post Graduate Diploma Programs in Business Administration, with specializations in Marketing / Finance /HR /Operations etc., there are special options available for Banking and Finance, Insurance, International Relations and many other functions.

One year diploma programs are also offered in such disciplines as:-

1. Human Relations
2. Retail Management
3. Marketing Management
4. Supply Chain Management
5. Business and Corporate Law
6. Insurance Management
7. Customer Relations Management
8. Export and Export management
9. Banking and Finance

Short term six months certificate courses in some specialized disciplines are also offered by the Open Universities and some Business Schools.

The best option is to enroll for a full fledged two years M.B.A program so that you can get an overall perspective about all the functional areas of management.
You can then opt for specialization in your function of choice after completing the compulsory courses.

If however you can not go in for a two year program or want to opt for a specialized shorter term course, ample choices are today available.

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Executive M.B.A Program-Major Business Schools, Duration and Fee

All the major Business Schools offer the Executive M.B.A Program, besides of course the regular M.B.A course. The duration and pattern of the courses offered however varies.

Since most of the B-Schools are in major cities, you can join a program at a location convenient to you, particularly if you want to simultaneously pursue your job.

Some schools offer a residential full time course, while some others have non-residential regular classes. Few places offer evening classes for the working executives and a beginning has been also made in one school for one week’s on-site classes, every six weeks.

The course fee also varies significantly and employer’s sponsorship can be sought for financial help. This would however entail signing a bond or commitment with the present company to work there for the next three to five years, after completing the course.
Some schools make it compulsory for the students to obtain employer’s sponsorship for admission, while others rely on the work experience certificates.

You can explore the possibility of obtaining a scholarship from the Business School itself, philanthropic organizations and check for the higher education scholarships offered by some industrial houses.

Listing of Business Schools offering Executive M.B.A

1. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad- www.iimahd.ernet.in

India’s most prestigious Business School offers one year fully residential Post Graduate Diploma in Management for Executives (PGPX).
Executives who have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline, substantial work experience and are of 27 years+ of age at the start of the program are eligible to apply and are selected through a rigorous admission process, starting with the GMAT examination.
The course fee including accommodation, food and cost of international immersion is Rupees 21 lacs.

2. Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore- www.iimb.ernet.in

The course offered is non-residential, with a focus on general management.
The duration is 7/8 months and the fee is Rupees 2 lacs.

3. Indian Institute of Management, Kolkatta – www.iimbc.ernet.in

The one year’s program is residential and the fee is Rupees 8 lacs.

4. Indian Institute of Management, Luckhnow- www.iiml.ernet.in

It offers a Part-Time non-residential M.B.A Program
The duration is of three years and the fee is Rupees 1.5 lacs.

5. Indian Institute of Management, Kozikode –www.iimk.ernet.in

6 .Indian Institute of Management, Indore – www.iimin.ernet.in

7. Indian School of Business (ISB) Hyderabad- www.isbedu.in

It offers one year’s program called PGPMAX for senior executives. The school has on campus classes for seven days, every six weeks and also has international immersion for three weeks. For two weeks the students go to U.S.A and attend classes in Kellogg School of Management and Wharton College, both affiliated with ISB. For one week the students go to Brazil and study with the affiliates there.
The course fee is Rupees 27.5 lacs

8. Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi

It offers a three years part time M.B.A Program and the classes are held thrice a week for two hours on the campus.
The course fee is Rupees 50,000/- and the employer sponsorship is required.

We will continue with the listing in Part-II

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GMAT—Graduate Management Admission Test

It is a computer adaptive standardized test in Mathematics and English language for measuring the aptitude to succeed academically in a business school.

Business schools use the test as criteria for admission into graduate business administration programs in U.S.A and other English speaking countries.
The exam is intended to measure verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills that the examinee has developed over a long period of time during period of study and work.

The test takes four hours and the scores are valid for five years from the date the test taker sits in the exam.

Maximum score is 800 and about 66% test takers score from 400 to 600.
Although there is no set limit, yet for admission to good Business Schools the required score is in high 600s or 700s.

It is delivered via computer at various locations around the world.
The fee is USD 250/-

Different sections are:-

1.1 Analytical Written Assessment

This section consists of two essays. In the first, the student must analyze an argument and in the second to analyze an issue.
Each essay must be written in 30 minutes and is score on a scale of 0-6.

1.2 Quantitative Section

It consists of 37 multiple choice questions, which must be answered in 75 minutes.
There are two types of questions: Problem solving and data sufficiency. The score is on a scale of 0-60.

1.2.1Problem Solving

This tests the quantitative reasoning ability. Questions are in arithmetic, basic algebra and elementary geometry.

1.2.2 Data Sufficiency

This tests the quantitative reasoning ability using an unusual set of directions. The examinee is given a question with two associated statements that provide information that might be useful in answering the question. The examinee must determine whether either statement alone is sufficient to answer the questions, whether both are needed or whether there is not enough information to answer the question.

1.3 Verbal Section

It consists of 41 multiple choice questions, which have to be answered in 75 minutes. There are three types of questions: sentence correction, critical reasoning and reading comprehension. Score is on a scale of 0-60.

1.3.1 Sentence Correction

Questions are designed to measure proficiency in three areas: correct expression, effective expression and proper diction.
Correct expression refers to grammar and structure of the sentence.
Effective expression refers to clarity and concision used to express the idea.
Proper diction refers to suitability and accuracy chosen in reference to the dictionary meaning of the words and the context in which the words are used.

1.3.2 Critical Reasoning

This tests logical thinking. Questions may ask test takers to draw a conclusion to identify assumptions or to recognize strengths or weaknesses of an argument.

1.3.3 Reading Comprehension

This tests the ability to read critically. Reading comprehension questions relate to a passage that is provided for the examinee to read. It tests the ability to understand the substance and logical structure of a written selection. Arun Vedhera

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Entrance Exams for Executive M.B.A

CAT—-Common Admission Test-

This is followed by all IIMs and many other top colleges across India.

From 2009 CAT is conducted online as a computer based test. Both CAT 2009 and 2010 had 60 questions to be attempted in 2 hours and 15 minutes plus one 15 minutes tutorial for familiarization.

Cat is a test with no pre defined syllabus. However past tests indicate that CAT tests in general ‘aptitude’ including Verbal Ability (English), Quant Ability (Mathematics), Logical Reasoning (LR) and Data Interpretation (DI)

1. Verbal Ability

1.1 Vocabulary Based
1.2 English Usage/Grammar
1.3 Verbal Reasoning
1.4 Reading Comprehension

2.0 Quantitative Ability

2.1 Number System
2.2 Percentages
2.3 Profit and Loss
2.4 Interest
2.5 Speed, Time and Distance
2.6 Time and Work
2.7 Averages, Ratio and Proportion
2.8 Quadratic Equations
2.9 Logarithms
2.91 Progressions
2.92 Binomial Theorem
2.93 Inequalities
2.94 Functions
2.95 Set Theory
2.96 Mixtures and Alligations
2.97 Geometry
2.98 Co-ordinate Geometry
2.99 Trigonometry

3.0 Logical Reasoning

3.1 Introduction to Logic
3.2 Syllogism
3.3 Logical Connections
3.4 Binary Logic
3.5 Logical Sequence and Matching
3.6 Seating Arrangement
3.7 Blood Relation
3.8 Venn Diagram
3.9 Cubes
3.91 Clocks
3.92 Calendars
3.93 Numbers and Letter Series

4.0 Data Interpretation

4.1 Introduction to Data interpretation
4.2 Tabular Data (Tables)
4.3 Line Graph
4.4 Bar Chart or Graph
4.5 Pie Chart or Graph

The actual length of the test is 2 hours and 20 minutes and there are two sections of 70 minutes, having 30 questions each.
The first section comprises of Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation while the second section comprises of Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning.
For each correct answer one gets 3 points and for each wrong answer, there is a negative score of 1 point. There is no scoring for the unanswered questions.
There is an on screen timer and the candidates can mark questions if they are not sure of the answer in the first instance and want to revert back to the question.
After completion of one section, the candidates have to proceed to the next section and can not revert back.
You can also change your answers by simply encircling that question.
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Executive M.B.A Program-An Introduction

An Executive M.B.A is a Master of Business Administration program, designed for the working executives. The course content is similar to the regular M.B.A, but the extent and depth of coverage of each subject can vary, depending on the duration of the program. The methodology and the focus can be however different to suit the working professionals.

While for the regular M.B.A programs also, reputed institutions today prefer the incumbents to have some work experience, yet the fresh graduates too are eligible to apply.
Executive M.B.A programs are however exclusively meant for working professionals, including persons engaged in own business. This makes working executives more comfortable as they are not able to associate that well with the freshers.

Since it is a Masters program, a graduate degree and three years+ work experience are pre-requisites for enrollment in these programs.

Executive M.B.A programs offered by different institutions can be of one to three years duration and can be in the form of regular full time classes, evening classes, distance learning and on-line learning.
Some institutes conduct on-campus classes for one week, every six weeks or so. This enables working executives to carry on with their regular employment, with a manageable leave plan for their studies.

After a few years of work experience, a working executive wants to seek higher responsibilities, status and a better pay packet. While promotions in the initial years can be smooth, one reaches a saturation point very soon depending upon a combination of factors- one very significant factor being, lack of good qualifications or higher education.

While destiny and fortune play their own role, one thing in your hand is to improve your qualifications and thereby equip yourself with knowledge and tools required for taking higher responsibilities.

Experience is very valuable and does provide you with hands-on skills and it is rightly said that there is no substitute to experience.
You have to however also enhance your learning curve continuously to stay current, relevant and useful to the organization. The best way is through ‘structured knowledge’.

Many of you will be thinking that a ‘Business Administration Program’ will be only useful for persons working in private companies or business organizations. Well that is not at all correct.
M.B.A program is very interesting and useful for persons working in private and government companies, academic institutions, engaged in own business and even for professionals like chartered accountants, lawyers, doctors, architects and just about everyone seeking to move forward and enhance ones knowledge.

While any graduate degree fulfills the basic educational criterion, basic knowledge of mathematics is helpful for the admission tests and even during the course. Persons from arts and commerce discipline should take some basic coaching in mathematics to make the process smoother.

Any business or for that matter any commercial activity involves management of People, Finance, Information, Production/Services and Transactions.
A Business Administration Program therefore teaches all these disciplines and provides allied courses to supplement/facilitate understanding of these basic functions.

So get set to give your career a turbo-boost and enroll in an Executive M.B.A

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Executive M.B.A-How to Evaluate Business Schools

The popularity of the management education has led to multiple course offerings from established Business Schools as well as start ups.
It is of utmost importance to carefully gather all the facts and make an assessment before enrolling for the course.

Reputation of great universities and institutions of learning is built over a long period of time, based on multiple factors. Moreover different colleges or universities are known more for some particular course or discipline.

As a general rule a good business school known for its regular M.B.A program can be trusted to run a good executive M.B.A also.

Here are a few guidelines for evaluating the Executive M.B.A programs offered by B-Schools:-

1. Management education being an ‘applied science’ aims at equipping the students with academic knowledge and practical tools for successfully operating in the real business world.
The success of any B-School ultimately depends upon the kind of job placements its students are able to get after completing the course.
You should look at the past few years’ record of the school in this respect and if possible interact with past alumni to get a first hand feedback.

2. Jobs offered to the students through the campus placements route is the correct barometer for evaluation.
B-Schools develop strong relations with corporations over a period of time through project work, consultancy assignments, seminars and management development programs etc.
They also have a regular placement cell managed by experienced academicians or ex-industry professionals who regularly interact with the industry and facilitate the placement process.

3. Job Offers should be evaluated with respect to the brand name of the employer (organization), job-profile, the salary offered and the career growth prospects.

4. The academic course content is of vital importance and should be understood, with the help of an experienced person to check if the school is offering a ‘general management’ program or specialization in some functions like ‘finance’ or ‘Human Relations’.

5. Quality of the teaching faculty members is an important parameter. Good schools get visiting faculty members from the industry and foreign schools, which adds a lot to the academic experience. Moreover references from well known professors can help the students seeking jobs and even going for research.

6. Do not be misled by the glossy full page advertisements in the newspapers, magazines and on the internet.
As a rule good institutes do not believe in brazen self promotion and will give you basic facts on their sites.

7. Find facts about the campus, i.e. does the school have good lecture theaters, library, hostel, mess, recreational facilities or is simply housed in a flat or multi-story building in a congested colony.
You must go for a school with proper facilities.

8. You should check the type of the program, i.e. residential, full-time, part-time non-residential, evening classes etc. to assess its suitability.

9. Now comes the fee charged for the course, reading material, hostel, traveling etc. You need to total everything and make sure that every element of fee is accounted for and the school accepts payments by cheque.

10. Location of the school and its suitability will have a bearing on your decision.

11. The kind of admission tests administered. Good schools rely upon CAT or GMAT scores. While this does give you an indication about the quality of the school, you also have to assess you capabilities to clear the above exam(s).
Many good schools also conduct their own written tests, Group Discussions and interviews.

12. You must interact with some industry professionals who may be known to you to take their views about the short listed schools on your list.

Since you plan to go for a ‘business course’, you are advised to compile a comprehensive list/chart and list all the B-Schools on one axis, with the parameters for evaluation on the other axis and make a plot.
While this may not be perfect, yet this will give you a clear and fair evaluation.

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Shortcuts do not lead to lasting Success

We all want to be successful-in studies, career, interpersonal relations and in society. Examples of immensely successful and wealthy persons provide an inspiration and sometimes create a sense of jealously also.

We look at the fabulously rich businessmen, sports persons and artists and want to have exactly what they have in terms of money, fame and power.

Please remember that they achieved their positions through a lifetime of dedication and consistent hard work. Also that they too have their own share of frustrations, pain and challenges, from which no human beings are spared over a life time.

Moreover to keep themselves at their exalted positions, the achievers have to regularly make efforts, almost at the level of devotion to their craft.

Success achieved very quickly by unscrupulous means and bypassing the natural processes is like a mirage, which just gives the person a temporary high and later leaves behind a trail of destruction.

You do not have to go far to understand this phenomenon. Just look at the rich and powerful who have achieved success through unlawful means, ponzi schemes and unholy power nexus.

Such seemingly enticing success stories always end in conviction by law, power grabbing within the family and even the untimely end of the persons concerned.

Anything earned through shortcuts will never give satisfaction to the beneficiary who knows within himself/herself that the fame and money has been acquired through unfair means. The children, relatives and friends all know the truth and never truly respect the individuals; they only want to share spoils of the success.

Today the extent of greed and the resultant shortcuts employed by bankers and financial institutions to register mega profits have brought the mighty western world including very large economies of USA and Europe to knees, what to talk of individuals.

Insider trading charges have brought down very powerful professionals, destroying reputations built over a life time.

Fake academic degrees have destroyed careers when persons least expected to be caught. Numbers of airline pilots have lost their lucrative jobs due to fake certificates. Students not able to get admission in India have been getting medical degrees for a hefty fee from countries having more relaxed norms. These degrees are either not recognized or such Doctors are found not to have the requisite skills and are therefore found unfit for good jobs.

Those who have achieved success and position through systematic hard work and ethical means always enjoy a special respect in society.
The Tatas and Mahindras are admired for their integrity even more than their business success.

When Ratan Tata launched Indica as the first indigenous car or Anand Mahindra launched Scorpio as the first Indian SUV, most of the Indians wanted them to succeed as if it was their personal venture. These men are considered true nationalists and their success makes us proud.

They did not achieve this position by employing shortcuts but by painstakingly building their businesses brick by brick, using ethical means.

During two separate television interviews on NDTV and Headline News, famous actor Aamir Khan and noted cricketer turned politician Imran Khan were complimented for their youthful looks and physique. When asked the secret behind the same, both said that they followed a healthy and strict regime of diet, sleep and exercise and that ‘there is no shortcut’ to that.

CONCLUSION

Do not be in a hurry and do not employ shortcuts. As a matter of fact, straight path is the shortest one. Success achieved through hard work and legitimate means will be lasting and truly rewarding.
More than anything, it will bring you respect and peace of mind.

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How to select your area of Specialization for MBA

A standard MBA program is normally of two year’s duration and offers compulsory courses in the first two semesters, followed by optional courses and project work in the next two semesters.
The compulsory courses on production, marketing, personnel and financial management along with basic courses on economics, mathematics, statistics and business strategy are common for all the students and are meant to provide an overall and holistic knowledge platform, useful for managing any business.
The optional courses leading to specialization in a specific area of management are meant to provide extensive and intensive knowledge in that specific area.
Students specializing in marketing would be therefore taking optional courses in advertising/sales promotion, marketing research etc. while students specializing in production management would take courses on materials management, operations research etc.
These days it has become common to designate different management programs as MBA-HR, MBA-Marketing and so on.
Basically these offerings are the same as the standard (generic) MBA; except that here the area of specialization is highlighted with the offered program, while the standard program allows the students to choose from a bouquet of subjects, available for specialization in any area.
It is important to understand that the standard MBA program offers a wider perspective and does not limit a student to a particular discipline by the very designation of the program.
Therefore as far as possible, this should be the first choice of the students.
Even more important is the fact that students do not have to commit themselves to any area(s) of specialization till almost the end of the second semester. By that time they gain sufficient exposure to different management functions and are in a better position to select their area(s) of specialization.
While selecting your area of specialization, the main criterion should be:-
• Educational background
• Personality type
• Personal interest and passion
• Career options available
Educational background need not be a limiting factor but is usually a key determinant. Students with an engineering background have the widest scope to opt for different areas and usually go for operations (production, services) and marketing. However they can also opt for other disciplines like human resources and even finance.
Students with commerce and an accounts background can ideally go for a finance specialization. The arts background may be more suited for the personnel management discipline.
Your own personality type, i.e. an introvert vs. an extrovert personality type and the personal interests should also be taken into account.
Any one fond of meeting and interacting with people and fond of traveling should go for the marketing field, while an introvert person having an interest in analysis and office work should opt for business strategy or human resources.
The feminine gender has greater empathy and for girls personnel management (human resources) can be a good choice. Moreover this function does not need extensive traveling and has fixed timings.
Someone driven by targets and continuous challenges may again find marketing more challenging.
Students with an accounts background make very good financial analysts, though given the importance of this function; many engineers also opt for this discipline.
Career options are available in all the disciplines. One should be on top of one’s game and thorough in the chosen area to be able to succeed. Your passion is very important for a continued commitment to any function, which in turn will be the defining criterion.
CONCLUSION
Understand yourself well and analyze your options in advance. Also dynamically introspect during the first two semesters before selecting your areas of specialization. Unless it is very essential and you feel that you have made a gross error, stick to your choice(s)
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Tips for Success in your Career

First of all you should try to understand yourself, i.e. your personality type, strong academic areas, interests, hobbies etc. You should also think as to what do you want to do in life and why?

Do not worry, these are not philosophical questions and there are no rights or wrong answers.
You must be honest with yourself as the idea is to understand yourself and then plan ahead accordingly.

Carry out your own S.W.O.T analysis. (Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) It may reveal that:-

• You have a good physique but are lazy.
• You want to be popular but are shy.
• You are fond of music and can play guitar.
• You want to study further and do MBA after you B.Com but are not good at mathematics.
• You are not sure which discipline to choose for MBA and what will be the best choice
• Will the CAT entrance be too tough? You are afraid of failure and the loss of face.
• Will the course be too tough?
• You can study for long hours near the exams but are not regular.
• You tend to get easily disheartened.
• Your parents can partly finance your education.
• How will be the job market after three years, when you can expect to pass out?

Note-This is just a sample and only part of the analysis. Your own analysis will be far more detailed and will lead you towards your career choices.

Be prepared to face the facts and do not be too self critical. Most beautiful actors, when asked their own opinion about themselves, find their nose bent, face too long etc. and far less than perfect than you would expect.

You can systematically work on improving your weak areas, while maintaining your strong areas through continuous attention.

The next step is to chose the correct line for higher (post school) education. While engineering and medicine continue to very prestigious, many new disciplines have gained prominence and can also provide good opportunities.

It is highly recommended that you should study mathematics up to school board examinations or else take extra coaching classes. This will help you in many competitive exams.

Today diverse fields like media, retail, hospitality, insurance and telecom also provide good career options .In every field dedicated hard work is required, even if some options like electronic journalism or television acting appear to be very glamorous from the distance.
There is no free lunch.

You should make choice of the field of education, keeping in mind your career aspirations and your abilities, interests, passion etc. Do not try to only copy others or follow a popular sentiment.

Please note that you must aim to be in the top five percent of your class and your career field to be counted. If not exactly there, keep trying to do better. Also keep trying to reinvent through training.

A well rounded personality will emerge with sound academics and participation in sports and extra curricular activities. You need not be the best in every activity, but a good participation will enhance your confidence and enrich your resume.

Think positively as attitude makes all the difference. Look at the glass as ‘half-full’ and move ahead without complaining.

A well groomed and neatly dressed person always gets appreciation and this will improve your own sense of well being.

Learn to be disciplined in your timings and commitments. The famous actor Amitabh Bachhan is praised as much for his punctuality and grace as for his acting.

Contribute for the wellbeing of your organization. Be respectful with your boss and cordial with your peers and juniors. No one likes an opinionated and a self centered person.

Conclusion

You need to therefore select that career option for which you are best equipped academically and which matches your personality type, interests etc.

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Wellness Thoughts-II-Compilation

For maintaining the flow and continuity of Positive Thoughts, it is very important to continuously give our brain a positive stimulus.

 

Here are some interesting thoughts: –

 

  • When we maintain an optimistic outlook and make an effort to harbor only positive thoughts, we begin to create circumstances conducive for achieving what we desire.
  • We would feel in control and few of life’s challenges would seem truly overwhelming because it is in our nature to expect a positive result.
  • It is within our power to become as happy, content or successful as we need to be.
  • Staying Positive does not mean that we ignore difficulties or disregard limitations. Instead it means spending time focusing only on the thoughts that are conducive to our well-being and progress.

 

Thoughts of a Wise-Old Man

 

  • Happiness is something I choose in advance. It is a decision I take every morning when I wake up.
  • I can choose to spend my day in the bed lamenting about the parts of my body that no longer work well or I can get up and give thanks to heaven for those parts that are still in working order.
  • Every day is a gift and as long as I can open my eyes, I will focus on the new day and all the happy memories that I have built up during my life.
  • Deposit all the happiness you can in your bank account of memories.

 

We have to shed negativity and allow the positive thoughts to seep into our whole being, to be able to relish this beautiful world and our own place in it. Once we take this fundamental decision and start acting on it, our life will become better, beyond our wildest dreams.

 

  • Be content with what you have, rejoice in the way things are. When you realize that nothing is lacking, the whole world belongs to you.  –Lao-Tzu
  • Anger is a condition in which the tongue works faster than the mind.
  • Live and let go—of your Resentments, to which you have been giving free warehouse space. Once free of this clutter, the same space can store ‘Wellness Thoughts’.
  • By forgiving our enemies and those we resent, we are actually forgiving ourselves.
  • Harsh words break no bones, but they do break hearts.
  • God has meant our life to be simple, we only complicate things. Keep it Simple (K.I.S.S).
  • Free our Heart from Hate.
  • Free our Mind from Worry.
  • Live Simple.
  • Give More.
  • Expect Less.

 

CONCLUSION

 

We have shared a lot on ‘Positive Thinking’ and now the time has come for us to Act. Remember that ‘Action is the Magic Word’ and we must do our ‘Karma’ and put in our best efforts for achieving our goals.

‘God Helps Those Who Help Themselves’

 

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