Tuesday, October 18, 2011

As You Think, So Shall You Become - Bruce Lee

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I have been sharing the success story of world's legendary martial art player Bruce Lee. If you never read about him. This is the chance to know him deeply by his success secrets. The points shared over here in this article can change your life too, if you want to change it like bruce lee said "As you think, so shall you become"...

 1) He never finished university.

Growing up a teenage in Hong Kong, Bruce would get into fights. After a particularly bloody one involving a trip to the police station, Bruce’s family decided to send him back to America where he was born.
In 1964, at the end of his junior year, Bruce decided to drop out of university to head the Seattle branch of his Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute, and dedicate himself to expanding his martial arts schools, joining the ranks of people like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, people who never finished university and became massive successes later on in life.
Not to say that Bruce was an idiot! In fact, he had been a philosophy major before he left the University of Washington. And not to say you shouldn’t go to university either! But Bruce never let the lack of a degree stop him from achieving his heart’s desires.

 2) He almost never practiced martial arts again.

In 1970, with The Green Hornet series in which he co-starred in cancelled and finances tight, Bruce failed to warm up properly during one of his weight-training routines and severly injured his back.
The doctors told him to rest in bed, and to forget kung fu: he would never kick again.
To someone whom once said that everything he learned, he learned from martial art, this would be a devastating blow. With financial worries bearing down on him, Bruce could only lay flat on his bed for the next three months, and for another three months be confined indoors.
But even then, he refused to let this stop him. If he couldn’t work out his body, he could work out his mind. In those six months he wrote furiously, penning down his own thoughts and methods of the martial arts which he so loved.
In six months’ time, he had written eight, two-inch volumes of notes. And in all that time, with evidence to the contrary, he refused to believe that he wouldn’t heal; he was an avid believer that our thoughts create our reality.
After those six months he started working out again, moderately at first, and resumed teaching afterwards.
And even though his back would remain a source of pain throughout his entire life, you wouldn’t think it to see the man blazing faster in his movies than any able-bodied person.

 3) His greatest achievement came from a less than perfect victory.

Bruce Lee’s greatest contribution to the martial arts world was his philosophy and martial system of Jeet Kune Do. But he didn’t make up this martial art from thin air.
In fact, the catalyst that gave birth to one of the most efficient martial arts in the world came from a less than efficient fight.
In the 1960s, Bruce Lee was challenged for daring to reveal the secrets of Chinese martial arts to non-Chinese. He won the fight, but found himself unusually winded afterwards, and was disturbed in thinking back that even though he could have ended it in one, the fight had taken three minutes instead.
Before that time, Bruce had been content with modifying the traditional martial art of Wing Chun. But because of that less-than-perfect experience, he pursued more sophisticated training methods and rigourously dissected the martial arts for the very best that he could find, and in time his own profound and deadly expression of the martial arts was born.

 4) He had his opportunities stolen from him.

Did Bruce have it easy from the get-go, especially with someone that had such astounding skills you’d think Hollywood would have been banging down his door to sign him on?
After the cancellation of The Green Hornet series, Bruce couldn’t find much more television work. In 1969, a movie project called The Silent Flute, which he had put in massive effort and pinned high hopes on, fell through.
With his back still hurting, and financial disaster on the horizon, his wife Linda had to work, while Bruce stayed at home to watch the kids and rest his back.
During that time, Warner Brothers contacted him with what looked like a glimmer of hope; they wanted his help to develop a TV series based on the martial arts. He was deeply involved and gave them numerous ideas…many of which were used in the ensuring TV series Kung Fu, starring not Bruce Lee, but David Carradine.
Later on, Warner Brothers admitted that despite his heavy involvement, they had never even considered him for the role.
Ironically, this was the final straw that pushed Bruce to accept an offer by a Hong Kong film producer named Raymond Chow to make the movie that would propel him into superstardom; The Big Boss.
Bruce turned setback into success, when he met Raymond for the very first time Bruce told him; ‘You just wait, I’m going to be the biggest Chinese star in the world.’

 5) He practiced incessantly.

What do you think was the price of his eye-popping feats and unbeatable athletism? Exercising two times a week and a bottle of beer in front of the TV after?
Bruce Lee trained religiously every single day, there are training records that suggest he practised kicks…upward to a thousand times a day!

 6) He was an avid reader.

He had a vast library of books and loved scouring the bookshops for more. He not only had a appetite for books on martial arts, but he also devoured books on the personal growth writers of his day, pioneers like Napoleon Hill, Norman Vincent Peale and Clement Stone.
He believed in personal development so much so he once penned down this prophetic personal affirmation in 1969, 2 years before his first hit movie The Big Boss:
I, Bruce Lee, will be the highest paid Oriental superstar in the United States. In return, I will give the most exciting performances and render the best quality in the capacity of an actor. Starting in 1970, I will achieve world fame and from then onward till the end of 1989 I will have in my possession $10,000,000. Then I will live the way I please and achieve inner harmony and happiness.
So What Was The Key To Bruce Lee’s Amazing Success?
At the beginning of this article, I asked you the question: what if you already had the same potential for greatness as Bruce Lee (in anything, not just martial arts) locked within you, how would you unlock it?
Who better to answer you than Bruce Lee himself?
Dedication, absolute dedication, is what keeps one ahead-a sort of indomitable obsessive dedication and the realization that there is no end or limit to this because life is simply an ever-growing process, an ever-renewing process.

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Zindagi na Milegi Dubara..Come Out & Live Now

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Basically my those audience who can't understand Hindi I want to Clear the meaning of "Zindagi na Milegi Dubara" , this mean "Life comes once only" But don't take it in a negative way, this thing should inspires you live life like never before, Why have you been stopped to live your life completely, thinking and making money for retirement only..Are you sure before to reach age of 40 you won't die.? NO, I am sure..So, why are you wasting your time to think and taking burden of your future. Remember your current reality become by your past deeds..Save for Tomorrow but Don't let die yourself today. If you wanna be one "Do What You Luv" and "Luv What You Do" I have been sharing here one individual thoughts and hindi kavitayen (Poem) with meaning in english from the Movie "Zindagi na Milegi Dubara"..If this hindi kavitayen inspire you a well..Share your thoughts here.....:)
Ik baat honton tak hai jo aayi nahin
Bas ankhon say hai jhaankti
Tumse kabhi, mujhse kabhi
Kuch lafz hain woh maangti
Jinko pehanke honton tak aa jaaye woh
…Aawaaz ki baahon mein baahein daalke ithlaye woh
Lekin jo yeh ik baat hai
Ahsas hi ahsas hai
Khushboo si hai jaise hawa mein tairti
Khushboo jo be-aawaaz hai
Jiska pata tumko bhi hai
Jiski khabar mujhko bhi hai
Duniya se bhi chupta nahin
Yeh jaane kaisa raaz hai
There is a matter that has almost come to my lips
This is evident in my eyes
Sometimes from you, sometimes from me
They ask for words
To take their shape and come to my lips
And to be embraced by my voice
But this matter is a feeling…only a feeling
Floating in air like fragrance
Fragrance becomes its voice
That you know of
That i know of
It’s not hidden from the world
Don’t know what kind of secret is this

Jab jab dard ka baadal chaya
Jab ghum ka saya lehraya
Jab aansoo palkon tak aya
Jab yeh tanha dil ghabraya
Humne dil ko yeh samjhaya
…Dil aakhir tu kyun rota hai
Duniya mein yunhi hota hai
Yeh jo gehre sannate hain
Waqt ne sabko hi baante hain
Thoda ghum hai sabka qissa
Thodi dhoop hai sabka hissa
Aankh teri bekaar hi nam hai
Har pal ek naya mausam hai
Kyun tu aise pal khota hai
Dil aakhir tu kyun rota hai
Every time the cloud of pain loomed
A tear filled my eyes
When this lonely heart was scared
I told my heart ‘Why do you cry for such reason? This happens everywhere in this world’
These dark lonely times, time has distributed them to all.
Some sadness is part of everyone’s story,
Some sunshine is a part of everyone’s life
Your eyes are damp for no reason
Every second is a new season
Why do you waste your time over such matters
Why do you cry I asked my heart

Pighlay neelam sa behta hua yeh samaan
Neeli neeli si khamoshiyaan
Na kahin hai zameen
Na kahin aasmaan
Sarsaraati huyi tehniyaan, pattiyaan
Keh rahi hain ki bas ek tum ho yahaan
Sirf main hoon meri saansein hain aur meri dhadkanein
Aisi gehraiyaan
Aisi tanhaiyaan
Aur main sirf main
Apne honay pe mujhko yaqeen aa gaya

The moment flows by like molten sapphire
Deep Blue silences
No Earth below
No Sky above
The rustling branches and leaves
Saying that only you are here
Only me
My breath
My heartbeat
Such Depth like this
Such Loneliness like this
And me only me
I now believe I exist
Dilon mein tum apni
Betaabiyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum
Nazar mein khwabon ki
Bijliyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum
Hawa ke jhokon ke jaise
Aazad rehno sikho
Tum ek dariya ke jaise
Lehron mein behna sikho
Har ek lamhe se tum milo
Khole apni bhaayein
Har ek pal ek naya samha
Dekhen yeh nigahaein
Jo apni aankhon mein
Hairaniyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum
Dilon mein tum apni
Betaabiyan leke chal rahe ho
Toh zinda ho tum

If you carry impatience in your heart then you are alive
If you carry dreams in your eyes then you are alive
Learn to live like the free waves of wind
Learn to flow like the sea does as waves
Receive every moment in life with open arms
Every moment is a new beginning seeing with your eyes
If you carry surprise in your eyes then you are alive
If you carry impatience in your heart then you are alive

Friday, October 14, 2011

Review of the Rich Dad Poor Dad Book !!

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If you have been looking to buy best financial management book so read a expert review why should you buy "Rich Dad Poor Dad"..This expert author basically is promoting here new upcoming website Please give feedback after read this article or 'buy the rich dad poor dad book' directly from here...

The book has a catchy title and a more catchy tag phrase, “What the rich teach their kids
about money- That the poor and the middle class do not!

'In this book Robert tries to find the difference in attitude of rich and poor towards money. Poor people answer negatively as ‘I cannot afford it’ on being asked by their children for some demand, But, the rich people set their words mind in action by asking ‘How can I afford it?’ when Robert was a young boy, he and his friend Mike decided that they wanted to learn how to become rich. They started by trying to make rather counterfeit money from used toothpaste tubes which used to come in aluminum in those Days.

Robert refers to his biological father as ‘Poor Dad’ though he was highly qualified man with a PH.D from Stanford University, His ‘Rich Dad’ mentor and his friend Mike’s father who never finished eight grade yet owned warehouses, Construction Company a chain of stores and restaurants. While the poor dad urged Robert to study hard to get good grades in school and colleges to find a good company to work for, the rich dad insisted to use his brain to make money work for him rather than work for money.

Rich Dad taught him various lessons about money and presented the attitude of wealthy people while the poor dad represented the mentalities of the middle class about money. He argues that the present system of education does not make us financially competent. The money matters are not dealt with in the schools. The rich enjoy money through corporation and by evading taxes. The poor pay taxes first then earn and spent whatever little is left while the rich first earn, then spent and after that pay taxes on whatever is left
instead of buying things personally they buy commodities in the name of corporation.

This shows lack of financial literacy & the part of the poor or the middle class people. Robert presents an eye opening difference between asset and liability in the book. Things considered as asset by many of us as homes, cars etc. are actually liabilities in the long run. He defines asset as things generating income or cash flow and liabilities as commodities consuming cash. Robert’s rich dad tipped him to accumulate assets and
reduce liabilities. Robert offers many such valuable insights into money management through the mouth of his ‘Rich Dad’. Robert differentiates between ‘a profession’ and a business. According to him, one should have a business besides a daily profession. A business is where one can invest one’s money and generate money even when one is not working. He also gives detailed examples on how to manage one’s cash flow so that
returns from assets can be invested into procuring more assets.

The book is very well written though in simple language. It holds one to the matter being discussed at hand. The book is not at all dry that too being on the subject of finance. It explains how the middle class and poor get trapped in the various cycle of living forming a balance between income and expenses and sometimes losing that balance even. Kiyosaki uses lot anecdotes to illustrate his ideas on the money matters. He uses the comparison method for explaining it through the ideologies of ‘Rich Dad and Poor Dad’, which makes it more interesting and easily understandable.

The book serves to reinforce the need to change middle class mindsets about money and encourages us to take advantage of opportunities abound. The book deals with “Why to” and “Why not” of the finance and wealth management rather than “How to”.

Financial advisers and critics find the advices offered in the book to be very general and not accurate. Their main objection is how one can evade paying taxes, buys personal commodities in the name of the corporation and as if investor’s game were a winner’s game: buying a property and reselling it quickly for a large profit. Kiyosaki avers that guts, audacity, daring, tenacity and brilliance are Key to personal success and success demands action, which is very correct to the core of the heart of the statements. Rich
Dad Poor Dad is a book worth reading for the novice in the field of finance and wealth management. It can prove to be a beneficial gift for young children beginning their careers with money and finance. It can also be a pleasant reading for the parents to teach their children money matters easily. Although there are certain flows in the becoming rich technique of the book, yet the book is a boom for the children to get a microscopic view at money management matters and that too in a very simple flowing, gluing and
grasping language.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Secret to Riches: Top Visualization Tools

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In my blog, many times I shared about The Secret and Law of Attraction. Below, the 5 tools I mentioned and definitely it will make you closer to your success dreams. Understand the concept of law of attraction it is about visualization.. How much clearly you can visualize your dream, you will strong your chances to be more successful..

Planet Earth

Every good thought, every good word, every good emotion, and every act of kindness, is lifting the vibration of your being to new heights. And as you begin to raise your vibration, a new life and a new world will reveal itself to you.
As you experience this clip you will emit positive forces of energy across Planet Earth that will reach every single living thing on it. You will lift yourself, and as you lift yourself, you lift the entire world.

The Optimist's Crid 

The past greats would be so proud of us for being the generation who were able to recognize the truth and transform our lives through its laws and teachings.
Enjoy The Optimist's Creed, written by Christian D. Larson almost 100 years ago. As you read this wonderful piece of writing you will discover its total harmony with the teachings of The Secret.

The Secret to You 
Start each magnificent day with this powerful visualization tool. The Secret to You was especially created to harness all of the power of The Secret to transform your life into joy.

The Secret to Riches 
Abundance in all areas including health, happiness, and wealth, is your rightful heritage. Bring yourself into harmony with abundance with this powerful visualization tool, The Secret To Riches.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

You are already Naked, Follow your Heart: Steve Jobs

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Some days back a most creative person have passed away behind he left his powerful thoughts and remarkable tech products, here I have been sharing the idea after follow the success quote of steve jobs he said once "Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart" "

If you understood steve, he meant to say "Be Creative". By this small story I want to clear my message and inspire you to don't do things as others do but make it more creative like the way you get satisfaction from inside.

Monday, October 10, 2011

If You Dead Poor- It's Only your Fault: Bill Gates

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You Definitely heard about this quote by Bill Gates- To born poor is not a crime but to die poor, ya it is. So, to follow this quote. I have been sharing video over here..Share your thoughts, if this video inspire you to change your life...

Thursday, October 6, 2011

What You Can Learn from Steve Jobs ?

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I am in deep grief after heard the news that one of my favourite visionary leader by whom I learned many things Steve Jobs (1955-2011) has been died. The major question has raised in my mind that what we can learn from him. We should learn he has not only given to the world such a remarkable products like IPhone, IPad or IPod  but he has also raised the question and show the path to the world. Why people have to do follow their heart only to achieve something new in their life..

Read and Watch the Speech of Steve Jobs, Learn by this great leader his speech can change your life completely...

Commencement speech at Stanford University,  2005     
"Remembering that I'll be dead soon is the most important tool I've ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything -- all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure -- these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart."                                           
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma -- which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice."                                                                                   

Watch the Complete Speech Here...Stay Hungry Stay Foolish 

Sunday, October 2, 2011

6 Early Business Cards of Successful Business Tycoons

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I have been sharing here business card of 6 Successful Business Tycoons i.e. Steve Jobs, Larry Page, Bill Gates (William H Gates), Russ Heneberry, Donald J Trump and Jerry Yang. This thing could also have been inspirational for budding entrepreneurs and the people who really take them as their mentor.  If you will ask me I like here Jerry Yang Business Card personally..I found a creativity and happiness in it. Choose the One of yours and share by the comment, which one you like it most?

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10 Famous Mahatma Gandhi Quotes

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Today on 2nd October 2011, I have been sharing 10 famous quotes of Mahatma Gandhi..................

“Be the change you want to see in the world.”
“Whenever you are confronted with an opponent. Conquer him with love.”

 “Nobody can hurt me without my permission.”

“There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever”
“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”

“I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

“Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong”

“We must become the change we want to see.”
“What do I think of Western civilisation? I think it would be a very good idea.”

“Whenever you have truth it must be given with love, or the message and the messenger will be rejected”

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