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Me.......an ordinary boy getting my own life into lots of things very 7+1 about everything, that's why like to be a listener a quite pessimistic boy, but i am trying to be a optimist i am easily get hurt and very sensitive, but thats not really what i wan i need cares n loves!! A quote for me: Don't try so hard, the best things come when you least expecting them!!! fully agree with this...

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

How to be Successful...

I have never done anything that is special.. this is surprising but true.. I followed the rain.. I walked a lot.. But I was known to the places .. My friends always supported me. They moved a long with me. They are even now with me.. I am thankful to GOD for such loving friends and people around me…

I will never miss any opportunity to say thank.

Smile a lot. For any reason keep smile in face. Atleast for others… and enjoy Success..

People often ask me for advice on how to be successful. "Is there a secret?" they say.

As we all know, real success comes slowly and is due to a number of different factors all coming together over a period of years. Being successful takes intelligence, natural talent, knowledge, skill, hard work, smart choices, persistence and luck.

Although there is no real shortcut, there is a secret: a secret so powerful that you can use it to open doors that might otherwise be closed, and to influence people to help you time and again. In fact, I would go as far as to say that this is the secret that has a lot to do with my success.

Then What is success? It is what everyone is looking for. Sometimes, success would rather be simple. Winning a game is success; getting a high grade in the exam is success; making a new friend is also success. In the dictionary, success means the accomplishment of an aim or purpose.

Everyone should know typical fairy tale in his/her childhood. It is used to tell us this kind of scene “Once upon a time, there was a king who had a daughter as beautiful as a blooming rose. To all the suitors who came to the king's palace to ask for the hand of the princess; the old king assigned three tasks to be accomplished, each next to impossible. One day, into the king's palace came a handsome young prince.” Well, now you may know the rest. And the ending is always the same, finishing with the line "And they live happily forever." How can a story like that endure generations of repetition? Because, I think, it is a symbolic success story. We see the 4 steps definition of success: 1) a goal to be set, as represented by the beautiful princess; 2) challenges to be met; 3) the process of surmounting difficulties, as represented by the ordeals the youth goes through; and 4) the reward of success, as represented by the happy marriage.

The secret is simple: Be Honest to Yourself.

First of all, everyone can classify something as a goal when he/she try to overcome a long-term challenge. This is the first step to be success. I remember I used to fail on my vocabulary test when I was in my reading class. I had problem to memorize new words which got lost each day. I almost decided to give up English. But, my parents told me a way to set your vocabulary goal which is to write down new words in small sheet and memorize them daily.

Everyone is always looking for that one thing that will help them solve all of life’s mysteries.

What if I told you there is one such thing, that if you follow it almost all of your problems will be made easier and you would automatically do the right thing in every situation?

The one fundamental key to success in life is Truth and Honesty.

As funny as it sounds it works.

If you speak the truth and are honest to everybody including yourself, you will reach great heights.

Now when I say truth and honesty I don’t mean your typical preschool morals, I mean religiously follow this one fact.

Here are some examples where you can utilize this key to success:

  • Say you do something and your “conscience” feels bad, don’t lie to yourself by justifying your actions. Be honest even to yourself.
  • Say you do something small as take someone’s pen, don’t lie about it
  • Say you get caught doing something your not don’t make excuses say the truth

These are just basic examples but what this means is that you always are honest and speak the truth. This way you never excuse yourself.

By knowing you will always speak the truth if asked, you will try to do the right things to satisfy others and yourself.

Automatically this change and responsibility for yourself will make you excel at whatever you do.

All in all you would become more respected and more liked and everything in your life would go the right way.

And if all that’s not enough for the basic man, you would by speaking the truth develop other positive characteristics like responsibility and punctuality by simply following the root of all goodness: Truth and Honesty.

So if you are still looking for something to devote your life to, this is a quite good objective.

Good luck in becoming truthful, pious, and successful people.

There is nothing Successful person use to do… they just start doing it.

Never Late or hesitate…. Keep Laughing that will itself bring Honesty..

Monday, July 4, 2011

""The International in Kochin was a great deal of celebrating some free time with my pals. I have never thought of gettinf this great coffee deal with the new dimension in flavour"".
ദി ഇന്റര്‍നാഷണല്‍ ഇന്‍ കൊച്ചിന്‍ വാസ് എ ഗ്രേറ്റ്‌ ഡീല്‍ ഓഫ് സെലെബ്രടിംഗ് സോമേ ഫ്രീ ടൈം വിത്ത്‌ മൈ പാലസ്. ഐ ഹാവ് നെവെര്‍ തൌഘ്റ്റ് ഓഫ് ഗെട്ടിന്ഫ് ദിസ്‌ ഗ്രേറ്റ്‌ കോഫി ഡീല്‍ വിത്ത്‌ ദി ന്യൂ ദിമെന്സിഒന് ഇന്‍ ഫ്ലാവൌര്‍.
I am a dyed-in-the-wool, unrepentant coffee drinker who comes from a long line of dyed-in-the-wool, unrepentant coffee drinkers. I am one of those people who isn't fully human until she's had a cup of coffee in the morning. Even my children, as young as they are, know to stay out of my way until I've had at least a few sips of coffee. Sure, it's an addiction of sorts, but I also love it for the ritual, the sputter of the coffee-maker coming to life, the warmth of the mug in my hands, the deep black-brown turning to a lovely light tan with the addition of cream. There are many things in life I could give up without so much as a backward glance, but coffee isn't one of them. Asking me to give up coffee would be like asking me to give up my children...although depending on their behaviour at any given moment, my children might be the easier thing to give up.

I've found that many people who don't drink coffee often enjoy coffee-flavoured foods. My husband is one of these people. He loves coffee ice cream, baked goods with a coffee flavour and he even loves the smell of freshly-ground coffee. He just doesn't like the actual drink. This seems strange to me, but as I too love coffee-flavoured things, I try to capitalize on this fairly frequently. If I could secretly get him addicted to caffeine, well, let's just say I wouldn't be unhappy with that. After all, addiction loves company and I wouldn't mind having a partner in crime.

I discovered a few months ago that coffee and walnuts go together very nicely, in my Walnut Torte with Coffee Whipped Cream. So when I needed a grab-and-go breakfast option, muffins with this flavour-combination came to mind. And then, because I find it hard to just go with simple things when it comes to baking, I thought I would gussy it up with some coffee-flavoured glaze. Ground walnuts and almond flour formed the basis of my muffins, with some chopped, toasted walnuts for extra texture and crunch. A few tablespoons of instant coffee added the flavour I adore so much. And the glaze was so easy, just mix a little powdered sweetener with coffee and there you have it.