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Two more bonus.
Foremost, Happy prosperous and peaceful year to my respected readers.
Ladies and gentlemen, most probably, today is the last day of the year. Because at some places, the New Year has already begun.
Brutally, this year, most of the months ends with lockdown. Pandemic ruined people and their jobs and Standard of Living.
Let’s make a humanitarian move by helping one and another and spreading altruism and delivering food and water to those who suffer might be beside your home or wherever you see people suffering.
Let’s be extremely cautious about disease and infodemic.
Let’s keep our body, our home, and environment well clean.
Let’s make our own individual initiative to control this pandemic and infodemic.
When it comes to learning, this year most of the people would got some extra time to learn about what you love/what is required to learn in order to sustain and grow your prefession.
Well, let’s remember lessons that we learned in this 2020 and the resolutions which we created in 1st of January 2020 much need to revise once again. So far the progress and the results about the particular work or several work. I see myself those lessons are wise lessons. Those wise lessons are the brighter steps to the 2021. Those judgements gives the clarity on the upcoming work that you are decided to do in 2021.
I started habit of saying this year gonna be the prosperous/peaceful year.
Let’s have a strong beliefs and principles no matter what.
Let’s read, write, talk and the share values for the humanity across the globe.
I don’t think any introduction required for Sir. But something I would love to say about Sir.
I am inspired by Sir Tim’s generosity. When I started reading about Sir Tim’s, History of Web from webfoundation.org. I noticed two lines, As the web began to grow, Tim realised that its true potential would only be unleashed if anyone, anywhere could use it without paying a fee or having to ask for permission.
The lessons I’m gonna share from valuable source too. TED blog. We all knew very well that, how TED Talks impacts us in our life. Over the last just 4 years, I have been watching TED Talks quite seriously. I started understanding how every speaker delivers his/her own way of narrating their “art of story telling” and giving a “purposeful talk”.
Here, some lessons from Berners-Lee and his twenty-something baby, the World Wide Web.
1. Harness Your Own Frustration.
2. Involve Others Early.
3. Don’t Stop.
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Life will never stops giving lessons. If we think, last moment or yesterday or last year. There is a lesson (something) you can learn. It impossible to say there is nothing to learn. It’s paradoxical. If you started having a sensational feeling, there is a lesson I learned from this experience. Those experience either makes you joy or misery.
Fine. Apart from emotional/sensitive experiences.
I am articulating, there are some of the lessons will makes you to understand about the reality in life. Rather than happy or sad.
In my life, speaking with quite straightforwardness, I started understanding very few lessons. I need to keep myself and I should remind often. I never care much about whether that (few) lessons makes to happy or sad.
But those lessons made me to understand “to live the life wisely”.
Once we started learning/realizing, this is the lesson has life given me. Then our peaceful life starts.
Why am I sharing these lesson from this movie “The Wolf of Wall Street”?
This is one of the best entrepreneurial movie to watch. And there is lot to learn from this movie too.
Here I searched and researched about two types of lessons from two different sources.
Let’s ready to learn the valuable lessons.
Here are seven lessons I’ve learned that you can take away from his story:
1. Being good friends with your employees means they will do anything for your company.
2. Do not rule someone out because of past issues.
3. Social gatherings are a great way to build company culture.
4. Be careful about what you are sacrificing for money or success.
5. Sometimes it makes sense to quit while you are ahead.
6. A competitive or intense company culture has pros and cons.
7. Take life a little less seriously.
The movie can be applied to the world of business.
Here’s three business lessons from the movie “The Wolf of Wall Street”:
1. Leaders have a vision.
2. Develop the best out of your employees.
3. Have the ambition to succeed.
Conquer your fears by enlarging your vision, build your team, and dream big!
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Two more bonus.
Two more bonus.