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Secret of success: Think like an ant!

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True but
by delta on Nov 30, 2010 05:29 PM  | Hide replies

Though Ant's inspires us a lot but along with hard work and dedication, the other thing equally important is attitude. Ant's works all days and Lion sleeps 18 hours a days but still Lion is the king of jungle. Similarly, once famously said that it's doesn't matter what you do whole 90 minutes of game but what matters most is what you do with 4 minutes when you had the ball. Go and live your life - ups and downs are part of it(so its beautiful) but what you give back to your parents, friends and society matters.

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kallol paul
Re: True but
by kallol paul on Nov 25, 2014 08:00 PM
Ants too give all to parents , friends and family, society only ..we guess rt?

They are really amazing creatures to learn and watch!

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kallol paul
Re: Re: True but
by kallol paul on Nov 25, 2014 08:03 PM
There are so many types of ants too depicting different physical and local environmental conditions! All color sizes of ants! They have special sizes to get past the lids of a container too!

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Don't take Credit Mr. Iyer!!
by stanumedia on Nov 29, 2010 11:21 AM  | Hide replies

This Philosophy of late Jim Rohn is circulated through a popular Power Point slides amongs people and its surprising and shameful that almost the same text is published here giving credit to Mr. Ramesh Iyer!

Come on Mr. Iyer, work hard and develop your own resource materials!

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Re: Don't take Credit Mr. Iyer!!
by Sunshine on Nov 29, 2010 04:32 PM
you need to read the article carefully. Mr. Iyer has not taken any credit of the philosophy. It is clearly written that 'ant philosophy' is developed by jim Rohn.

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Hemanta Patasani
Re: Re: Don't take Credit Mr. Iyer!!
by Hemanta Patasani on Nov 30, 2010 02:16 PM
There are so many insparing articles around us but we may not be knowing the same. Thanks a lot to Mr. Lyer for puting the same here.

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Common Man
A word of gratitude is in order....
by Common Man on Nov 28, 2010 11:29 PM

While this is an inspiring article, Mr. Iyer should have credited Mr. Jim Rohn, who is believed to have shared this idea long time back.

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R.A.Pandey Marine Academy
very good article
by R.A.Pandey Marine Academy on Nov 28, 2010 12:02 PM

keep it up.very good and very inspiring article.
and rediff kindly publish more of these type of articles.

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Yeah Great Philosophy
by rajeev on Nov 28, 2010 05:58 AM

Thats from Jim Rohn's "The Art of Exceptional Living". Great Audio Program

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