Saturday, April 15, 2006


Making blank( crank) calls to (prospective) GIRFRIENDS

and NOW
Making (blank) Cold calls to prospective customers..( :-P, SALES drugery)

Getting blank ( Dumb) Calls from someone who has acruch on you and wants to hear your voice

and NOW

Getting DUMB calls from someone who wants you to buy a credit card / insurance/cell phone.. blah blah

Getting a long lecture from your teacher in front of the class about not having done your Homework!!
and NOW
Getting a Huge insulting lecture from you boss in front of your peers about not sending your weekly report on time..
... to be continued!!!

Thursday, April 13, 2006

Back on track

The best way to deal with the pain of disappointment is to get quickly back on the path to success. There's no need to prolong the hurt of being knocked down by choosing to stay down. Instead, choose to get back up. Take the difficult lesson you've learned and make something valuable out of it.
Failure is not the result of setbacks. Failure is the result of letting the setbacks stop you. Often those setbacks turn out not to be setbacks at all. For they can serve to point you in a more positive, productive, effective direction.
When you're knocked off track, see it as an opportunity. See it as a chance to jump to an even faster, more successful track.
When you're knocked down, it's not nearly as difficult as it may seem to get quickly back up. And it is, without question, your very best choice.
~ Ralph Marston ~
"I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."
~ Michael Jordan ~