Follow Up!

As the famous saying goes, “ideas are a dime-a-dozen, but the men and women who implement them are priceless”. The world is full of people with great ideas motivated with the best of intentions and yet the majority of them never seem to perform. Such people will invariably make poor leaders. NOTHING GREAT CAN EVER BE ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT FOLLOWING UP! What makes a good follow-up? 1. Listen We must learn to listen. We need to have the patience to hear every detailed concern about challenges that our peers, staff, managers, customers and leaders face in the field. By listening, we can...
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Friday, 21 November, 2008

Living on Borrowed ‘Time’The human population has come to an understanding and consensus about the existence of this elusive factor called ‘Time’. But what is amazing is just how little importance each of us actually places on managing whatever ‘Time’ we have available to us. ‘Time’ ticks on tirelessly and is always progressing relentlessly, representing our past, our present and our future all combined. Drastic changes to our world have taken place, and events have come and gone brought about by ‘Time’. Growth, maintenance and inevitable old...
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Monday,17 November, 2008

Advice From the World’s Richest Man For my Gems of Wisdom today I thought I’d share with you all some advice from the world richest man according to Forbes – Warren Buffet.THE LIFE OF THE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD Here are some very interesting facts about the life of Warren Buffet (former second richest man who once donated $31 billion to charity), during a one-hour interview of him by CNBC (excerpts edited for clarity):1. He bought his first share at age 11 and he now regrets that he started too late 2. He bought a small farm at age 14 with savings from delivering...
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Monday, 10 November, 2008

What Does Raise Yourself To Help Mankind Mean to You?Every now and then in life comes a time when we need to sit back and take stock, review where we are, how we got here and why we are here. I would like all of us to revisit our corporate credo and mission statement, so that we can assess and determine if we are still relevant as a corporate entity. If we are not, I would like to hear from each and every one of you about how we may need to remodel our mission in order to remain relevant to the ever-changing world around us. After all, we would not want to get left behind! As QuestNet reaches the grand...
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