Friday, November 23, 2007

Creativity and Attitudes of creative minds

The following are the attitude and chararcttersitics of creative minds by earl nightingale
1) He has a carefully and clearly defined set of goals.
2) He thinks imaginatively on a daily basis about three things:
a) himself
b) his worth
c) his fellow man.
"By asking himself questions in these three areas, he's prospecting in the richest gold mine ever known.”

3) He is intensely observant, paying careful attention to everything he thinks and hears
4) He is always looking for better ways to do his work and live his life
5) He anticipates achievement. He expects to win.
6) When a creative person gets a new idea, he puts it through a series of steps designed to improve it He builds big ideas from little ones, new ideas from old ones.
7) He uses his spare time wisely. He realizes that many of the world's greatest ideas were conceived in the creator's spare time
8) Problems are challenges to creative minds He knows it's a waste of time merely to worry about problems, so he wisely invests the same time and energy in solving problems.
9) The creative person knows the value of giving himself and his ideas away. He's a giver as well as a go?getter. The hand that gives, always gathers
about creative people and creativity
1) "Ceasing to think creatively is but little different than ceasing to live. "
-- Ben Franklin.
2) “It’s possible to lift ourselves over life's obstacles through the use of our applied imagination."
3) "The imaginations of most of us are like the wings of an ostrich. They enable us to run, though not to soar. But many of us don't even walk.”
-- Lord MacCauley.
4) “Talent is our affair. We can shrivel it through disuse or build it up by practicing creativity, by solving problems, by using our leisure in ways that will exercise our imagination until we become happy, vital, intelligent people.”
-- Gustav Flaube

How to keep achieving your goals

How to keep achieving your goals
By Earl Nightingale

I like to define success as the progressive realization of a worthy goal. The purpose of this message is to tell you of a wonderful way to keep realizing -- to keep achieving -- your goals, one after another, in the years ahead.
A goal sometimes seems so far off, and our progress often appears to be so painfully slow, that we have a tendency to lose heart. It sometimes seems we'll never make the grade. And we come close to falling back into old habits that, while they may be comfortable now, lead to nowhere.
Well, there's a way to beat this. It's been used successfully by many of the world's most successful people, and it's been advocated by many of the greatest thinkers. It's to live successfully one day at a time!

The building blocks of a successful life

A lifetime is comprised of days, strung together into weeks, months and years. Let's reduce it to a single day, and then, still furthermore, to each task of that day.
A successful life is nothing more than a lot of successful days put together. It's going to take so many days to reach your goal. If this goal is to be reached in a minimum amount of time, every day must count.
Think of a single day as a building block with which you're building the tower of your life. Just as a stonemason can put only one stone in place at a time, you can live only one day at a time. And it's the way in which these stones are place that will determine the beauty and the strength of your tower. If each stone is successfully placed, the tower will be a success. If, on the other hand, the stones are put down in a hit-or-miss fashion, the whole tower is in danger. Now this may seem to be a rather elementary way of looking at it, but I want to make my point clear -- and it's a good and logical way of looking at a human life.

Putting this idea into practice

All right, then, let's take it one day at a time, from the time we wake up in the morning until we drop-off to sleep at night, keeping our goal in mind as often as possible.
Now, each day consists of a series of tasks -- tasks of all kinds. And the success of a day depends upon the successful completion of most of these tasks. If everything we do during the day is a success -- that is, done in the best fashion of which we are capable -- we can fall asleep that night in the comfortable knowledge that we've done our very best, that our day has been a success, that one more stone has been successfully put into place.
Do each day all that can be done that day. You don't need to overwork -- or to rush blindly into your work, trying to do the greatest possible number of things in the shortest possible amount of time. Don't try to do tomorrow's or next week's work today. It's not so much the number of things you do, but the quality, the efficiency of each separate action that counts. Gradually, you'll find yourself increasing the number of tasks and performing them all much more efficiently.
This is the way to really live!

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Kimi Räikkönen - a story about Determinant guy......

Formula One World Championship career

Races 122 (121 starts)
Championships 1 (2007)
Wins 15
Podium finishes 48
Pole positions 14
Career points 456
Fastest laps 25
First race 2001 Australian Grand Prix
First win 2003 Malaysian Grand Prix
Latest win 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix
Latest race 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix
2007 position 1 st (110 points)
News about KIMI
Kimi-Matias Räikkönen (born October 17, 1979 in Espoo, Finland) is a race car driver, currently driving for Scuderia Ferrari. He is the reigning Formula One World Drivers' Champion.
He initially entered Formula One as a regular driver for Sauber-Petronas in 2001. After having reached previous success only in inferior open-wheel categories, he was given his Super Licence from FIA after a performance delivery promise from his team boss.[1] Heading to McLaren Mercedes in 2002 became a title contender by finishing runner-up in 2003 and 2005 championships to Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso, respectively.
Switching to Ferrari in 2007, he became the highest paid driver in the sport,[2] securing his first Formula One World Drivers' Championship from Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso in a closely contested Formula One season.
Räikkönen is very calm, cool, and calculating in his race strategy - prompting the nickname "Iceman", which is subtly written on the side of his current helmet design. His other nicknames include Kimppa, Räikkä and Kimster (used by his mechanics).

Saturday, November 17, 2007

love the mother

My First Post On Mother


அம்மாவின் அருமை உன்க்கு தெரியும்நீ அவளை விட்டு பிரிந்து வாழும் போது
அம்மாவின் வார்தை உனக்கு புரியும்அதை நீ அனுபவிக்கும் போது
அம்மாவை வணங்கு நீ அனைத்திலும் வெற்றி பெருவாய்
அம்மாவே கண் கண்ட தெய்வம்

Love The Mother

From my point of View Mother is all
Without her support nothing can done ...
And I hope this is common to all ..

Start the work with the blessings from The Mother ....

Borne Annie