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Good Quotes

Be not so busy making a living that you forget to make a life.

Tomorrow is just an idea, but today is happening right now!

Stay Positive! Try hard to get what you like or you will be forced to like what you get.

Don't tell your problems to people: 80% don't care; and the other 20% are glad you have them.

Live for Today. Plan for Tomorrow. Party Tonight.

Punctuality: Being punctual is not only polite.... It does not waste other people's time.

It's not time which needs to be managed; It is ourselves.

If we keep our customers happy... they will keep us in business!

Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
Watch your habits, for they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.

  • Is what it takes to stand up and speak.
  • Is also what it takes to sit down and listen
Essence of Gita:
  • Whatever happened was good
  • Whatever is happening is also good
  • Whatever will happen that also will be good
  • What did you lose that you are crying for?
  • What did you bring which have you lost?
  • What you create that is destroyed?
  • Whatever you have taken is taken only from here.
  • Whatever you have given is given only from here
  • Whatever is yours today will belong to somebody tomorrow, and belong to someone else day after tomorrow.
  • This Inevitable change is the law of the universe and the object of my creation.
Money can give
  • Bed - but not Sleep
  • Books - but not Brains
  • Cloths - but not Beauty
  • House - but not Home
  • Food - but not Appetite
  • Medicine - but not Health
  • Luxuries - but not Happiness
No one can do everything, but every one can do something.

Success doesn't come to you... You go to it.

A little progress every day... adds up to big results.

  • A customer is the most important visitor on our Premises.
  • He is not dependent on us.We are dependent on him.
  • He is not an interruption on work, he is the purpose of it.
  • He is not an outsider on our business, but he a part of it.
  • We are not doing him a favor by serving him, he is doing a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.

Every day in Africa:
  • A lion wakes up with the dream of running faster than the slowest deer in order to survive from starvation to death.
  • A deer wakes up with the dream of running faster than the fastest lion in order to survive from being preyed to death.

--- Collected by my friend


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