Finish 2016 with a Bang
How to Start New Year 2017 with new goals
Here are few tips for you, which already followed by top millionaires
1. Review your goals from earlier in the year
2. Create your New year’s goals now
An Example how I do this
Five things you need to do
Five things to Stop doing
Two New habits
Two new belief
One thing you must going to change
3) Get started with the goals as early as possible
4) Give yourself a break the last week of the year
5) Reset your internal Clock
Remember, Just as having a great day is dependent on having a good morning, having an amazing new year is all about having fantastic and well planned goals.
“Practices certainly makes perfect, and failing is all a part of process.”
“Dream Big, Start small, Start Now.”
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Bankers are bracing for long hours and angry mobs as pay day approaches in India, the first test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s move to invalidate almost all cash in circulation.
“Already people who are frustrated are locking branches from outside in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Tamil Nadu and abusing staff as enough cash is not available,” said CH Venkatachalam, general secretary of the All India Bank Employees’ Association.
The group has sought police protection at bank branches for the next 10 days, he added. “This is the fallout of one of the worst planned and executed government decisions in decades.”
He estimates that about 20 million people — almost twice the population of Greece — will queue up at bank branches and ATMs over the coming week, when most employers in India pay their staff.
In an economy where 98 percent of consumer payments are in cash, banks are functioning with about half the amount of currency they need.
Retaining public support is also crucial for Modi before key state elections next year and a national contest in 2019.
“We are bracing ourselves for payday and fearing the worst,” said Parthasarathi Mukherjee, chief executive officer at Chennai-based Laxmi Vilas Bank Ltd. “If we run out of cash we will have to approach the Reserve Bank of India for more. It is tough.”
Half as Much
The shortages follow Modi’s Nov.
8 move to ban 500 rupee and 1,000 rupee ($15) notes, a decision that blindsided the nation and sucked out 86 percent of currency in circulation.
Most top banks in the financial heart of Mumbai are now starting the day with anywhere between 800 million rupees to 1.2 billion rupees of cash — instead of the typical 1.5 billion rupees, according to bank officials, who declined to be identified citing the sensitivity of the subject.
These currency chests are then shared with several branches, which are rationing supplies. Withdrawals are capped at 10,000 rupees per person instead of the 24,000 rupees limit set by the government, said a manager at a state-run Bank of India branch in the eastern state of Jharkhand.
In a Mumbai suburb, a branch of the nation’s largest lender, State Bank of India, was starting the day with about 600,000 rupees of cash that will run out in about an hour, compared with the 1.5 million they’d typically have, the manager said. Staff will also have to work harder to document the payouts once business hours end, the official said. Both managers asked not to be identified as they aren’t authorized to speak with the media.
“With pay day around the corner a lot of small and medium-sized companies are opting for prepaid cards over cash payments,” said Naveen Surya, managing director of payments solutions company Itz Cash Card Ltd., who’s also chairman of the representative body Payments Council of India. “More than five million of these cards have been sold in India in the last one week” and sales of 40 million more are expected through December, he said.
Ride-sharing service Ola has partnered with fuel companies to help drivers get e-vouchers to fill up their tanks at Bharat Petroleum Corp. pumps in Bengaluru, the company said in a statement. Paytm, India’s largest digital wallet startup, has noticed a doubling in online recharges including a trend where individuals top up multiple mobile phones to help friends and family, the company said in its statement.
“I will request all our companies to encourage bank transfers for all such payments,” Pradhan said.
Early in my career, I have no clear picture of whom I am looking for, I was with some people who weren’t the right fit. I allowed others to paint the picture for me. Invariably, they painted their pictures. Then I discovered that the pictures they painted of themselves had been greatly enhanced. They were like the glamour shots people take and then doctor in Photoshop. They weren’t authentic, and they didn’t fit into my dream.
Before a month or more I was hanging out in a group of some start-ups, Guys are screaming with their own Ideas, Vision, Productivity.
“Partnership” – I said, Finally.
Silence was everywhere. It was not they were expecting to here, but they got it immediately.
No one had a suitable answer. I explained little bit, What exactly partnership is from business dictionary
” A type of business organization in which two or more individuals pool money, skills, and other resources, and share profit and loss in accordance with terms of the partnership agreement. In absence of such agreement, a partnership is assumed to exit where the participants in an enterprise agree to share the associated risks and rewards proportionately “
“If you are with right partner, that will help you gain right momentum and realize your vision” – One said.
by Henry Cloud on Success.com
1. Return to what hasn’t worked.
Whether a job, or a broken relationship that was ended for a good reason, we should never go back to the same thing, expecting different results, without something being different.
2. Do anything that requires them to be someone they are not.
In everything we do, we have to ask ourselves, “Why am I doing this? Am I suited for it? Does it fit me? Is it sustainable?” If the answer is no to any of these questions, you better have a very good reason to proceed.
3. Try to change another person.
When you realize that you cannot force someone into doing something, you give him or her freedom and allow them to experience the consequences. In doing so, you find your own freedom as well.
4. Believe they can please everyone.
Once you get that it truly is impossible to please everyone, you begin to live purposefully, trying to please the right people.
5. Choose short-term comfort over long-term benefit.
Once successful people know they want something that requires a painful, time-limited step, they do not mind the painful step because it gets them to a long-term benefit. Living out this principle is one of the most fundamental differences between successful and unsuccessful people, both personally and professionally.
6. Trust someone or something that appears flawless.
It’s natural for us to be drawn to things and people that appear “incredible.” We love excellence and should always be looking for it. We should pursue people who are great at what they do, employees who are high performers, dates who are exceptional people, friends who have stellar character, and companies that excel. But when someone or something looks too good to be true, he, she, or it is. The world is imperfect.Period. No one and no thing is without flaw, and if they appear that way, hit pause.
7. Take their eyes off the big picture.
We function better emotionally and perform better in our lives when we can see the big picture. For successful people, no one event is ever the whole story. Winners remember that—each and every day.
8. Neglect to do due diligence.
No matter how good something looks on the outside, it is only by taking a deeper, diligent, and honest look that we will find out what we truly need to know: the reality that we owe ourselves.
9. Fail to ask why they are where they find themselves.
One of the biggest differences between successful people and others is that in love and in life, in relationships and in business, successful people always ask themselves, what part am I playing in this situation? Said another way, they do not see themselves only as victims, even when they are.
10. Forget that their inner life determines their outer success.
The good life sometimes has little to do with outside circumstances. We are happy and fulfilled mostly by who we are on the inside. Research validates that. And our internal lives largely contribute to producing many of our external circumstances.
And, the converse is true: people who are still trying to find success in various areas of life can almost always point to one or more of these patterns as a reason they are repeating the same mistakes.
Everyone makes mistakes…even the most successful people out there. But, what achievers do better than others is recognize the patterns that are causing those mistakes and never repeat them again. In short, they learn from pain—their own and the pain of others.
A good thing to remember is this: pain is unavoidable, but repeating the same pain twice, when we could choose to learn and do something different, is certainly avoidable. I like to say, “we don’t need new ways to fail….the old ones are working just fine!” Our task, in business and in life, is to observe what they are, and never go back to doing them again.
Did you know that there are dozens of things that you’re good at that other people will actually PAY you to perform?
That means you can always rely on yourself to generate an income. That’s freedom, baby! That’s amazing.
Story of my friend and many people around you
A few years ago that was unfathomable to him. He was stuck working a dead end job at software company and it seemed like my only option. Everyday was the same…
Put on uniform…
Life sucked. He never thought he could make money doing his own thing.
But then, it hit him.
I remembered that somehow, some way, he’d managed to stay employed. This meant that he actually DID have at least a few skills that were valuable to someone else.
Otherwise, people would never bother hiring him.
Consider that his “Coming to God” moment. After that, EVERYTHING changed.
Even if you don’t think you have any valuable skills or ideas…. I got news for you…. Same as my friend did….
You DO! And I’m going to prove it to you. Yes, you, Friend!
Wakeup excited Tomorrow and start changing things around you…..
You have something which people wants…
Stay connected with me…. I will share more updates in the weekend.
Improve team performance and Keep an eye out for these six signs of burnout:
1. They aren’t “sparkling” as much.
Look for “sparkle.” In other words, look for contagious enthusiasm. You can measure sparkle, more or less, by how enthusiastic employees are when they talk about their work, what they’re proud of and why they want to work where they do.
When disposed to burnout, that initial sparkle someone might have for new ideas and team collaboration can get buried. Leaders who see this enthusiasm consistently dwindling should immediately address their workload and make the necessary changes.
2. They’re disengaged.
An HBR study, “In Demand, yet Disengaged,” finds that across 20 organizations, people deemed by their peers to be the best information sources and best collaborators actually have the lowest engagement and career satisfaction scores. If your team members seem less engaged than normal, it might point to more than boredom.
3. They’re quieter than normal.
Top collaborators tend to be top communicators, so if the typical dialogue seems to be diminishing, it could be a sign they’re feeling overwhelmed. If your top performers are beginning to say yes or no to projects with no further interaction—if they are being short with you—it’s a sign you need to be having a conversation about underlying workload issues.
4. They’re doing too much.
If one person on your team is accomplishing 18 tasks each week while another is only accomplishing four, there’s a good chance thehigh performer won’t be able to maintain his or her cadence (and you should probably ask yourself why the low performer isn’t meeting a higher standard). With the trend toward work becoming more open and transparent, it’s easier for managers to spot obvious discrepancies.
5. They check out early.
Don’t read too much into the small changes, but big changes, such as not paying attention or taking notes in meetings, or consistently showing up late, might be a sign of burnout. It’s important to not just watch for these changes, but also give employees their space. Sometimes an extra vacation or flexible schedule can help employees avoid burnout before it occurs.
6. They’re “running on empty.”
Pay attention to your intuition about high performers who might be showing signs of burnout—even in their appearance. It’s more about being in tune with how your team usually acts so you can see if that changes. If there are obvious inconsistencies in their appearance, schedule or work patterns, they might be running on empty and close to calling it quits.
In a perfect world, tasks are evenly distributed and people know and work within their personal limitations. But the real world is rarely that simple, especially with the demand for cross-functional work on the rise. This means the number of instances when workers are pulled in multiple directions has increased and high performers are routinely expected to perform not only for their own supervisor, but in conjunction with other supervisors and teams.
When teams are collaborating effectively, and know what their top priorities should be and why, organizations can prevent the fatigue and stressthat eventually leads to burnout and turnover. The key to solving this burnout conundrum is in the supervisor-team relationship.
Don’t wait to spot signs of burnout. Regularly sync with your team to understand when and why their workloads feel heavy. Teach your team how to work on the right things, collaborate effectively and work well cross-functionally to empower self-improvement across the board. Not only will this prevent burnout in the long run, but it becomes the key to unlocking the true potential of high performers.
The reality is that working from home is the greatest working arrangement you could hope to achieve. It also means you’re never off. It means you make your own hours but need to be relentlessly self-directed
Whenever you try to make positive changes in your life, you’ll experience resistance.
Usually, that type of resistance is actually a good sign. It means you’re stretching yourself. But there is also external resistance people running around you.
To friends who mock you, discourage you, or don’t even take the time to listen to you.
This is all external resistance. If you let these people affect your decisions, the results can be disastrous.
Here’s the truth: People who criticize you, overlook you or belittle you for doing what you love don’t actually understand your “why.”
They don’t understand why your passions, dreams and desires are so important to you. And that’s OK. It’s perfectly OK to live a life that others don’t understand.
It’s perfectly OK to choose a career that isn’t “normal”.
It’s perfectly OK to stay up all night, working on something that you care about, even if it isn’t even making you money right now.
It’s perfectly OK to be the freak, the misfit, the outcast.
The only thing that isn’t OK is giving up your unique personality or hiding your gifts because someone else shamed you and laughs.
In the next morning you have two option
1.”Snooze” Alarm and sleep well.
2.”Wake up” and go out and live life on your own terms.