Posts Tagged: knowledge

October 26, 2009
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Recently, one afternoon I went to a pottery shop on the outskirts of Tokyo and happened to meet the head potter who had stopped by to check on her staff. After looking around the shop, I asked the potter if she had a few minutes to chat and explain her work to me. The first […]
5 Steps to Happiness
October 1, 2009
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Australian positive psychologist Timothy Sharp otherwise known as ‘Dr. Happy’ asked 50 people just a simple question: “What do you consider to be the top three contributors to happiness at work?” Their answers provide food for thought to managers and employees alike.   For the last six years, I am running the Happiness Institute in […]
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CEO’s proudly says: “I DO NOT KNOW”
May 16, 2009
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Do not afraid to learn. Knowledge is weightless treasure you can carry easily with you, up to life time. CEOs who are afraid to say “I DO NOT KNOW” will not grow up to the optimum level. The essence of leadership is to say, “I do not know.” Leadership is learning, un-learning, re-learning and de-learning. […]
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Curiosity@knowledge dot com
April 1, 2009
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Curiosity for knowledge is advisable and recommended. I suggest you to arouse curiosity for knowledge. But, what I find that many people have curiosity about collecting unnecessary information, getting information about someone’s personal life, curiosity about knowing somebody’s relationship. Curiosity about unnecessary things, curiosity about what’s happening in the surroundings is useless and wastage of […]