Its U!!!

You are the Boss!!!

One day all the employees reached the office and they saw a big advice on the door on which it was written:

‘Yesterday the person who has been hindering your growth in this company passed away. We invite you to join the funeral in the room that has been prepared in the gym’.

In the beginning, they all got sad for the death of one of their colleagues, but after a while they started getting curious to know who was that man who hindered the growth of his colleagues and the company itself.

The more people reached the coffin, the more the excitement heated up. Everyone thought: ‘Who is this guy who was hindering my progress? Well, at least he died!’.

One by one the thrilled employees got closer to the coffin, and when they looked inside it they suddenly became speechless.

They stood nearby the coffin, shocked and in silence, as if someone had touched the deepest part of their soul.

There was a mirror inside the coffin: everyone who looked inside it could see himself.
There was also a sign next to the mirror that said:

‘There is only one person who is capable to set limits to your growth: it is YOU.

You are the only person who can revolutionize your life. You are the only person who can influence your happiness, your realization and your success.

You are the only person who can help yourself.

Your life does not change when your boss changes, when your friends change, when your parents change, when your partner changes, when your company changes.

Your life changes when YOU change, when you go beyond your limiting beliefs, when you realize that you are the only one responsible for your life.

‘The most important relationship you can have is the one you have with yourself’

Examine yourself, watch yourself. Don’t be afraid of difficulties, impossibilities and losses: Be a winner, build yourself and your reality.

It’s the way you face Life that makes the difference.




Elephant Story !!!

Can’t you break the chain?


As I was passing the elephants, I suddenly stopped, confused by the fact that these huge creatures were being held by only a small rope tied to their front leg.


No chains, no cages. It was obvious that the elephants could, at anytime, break away from their bonds but for some reason, they did not.


I saw a trainer near by and asked why these beautiful, magnificent animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away.


“Well,” he said, “when they are very young and much smaller we use the same size rope to tie them and, at that age, it’s enough to hold them.


As they grow up, they are conditioned to believe they cannot break away.


They believe the rope can still hold them, so they never try to break free.”


 I was amazed. These animals could at any time break free from their bonds but because they believed they couldn’t, they were stuck right where they were.


Like the elephants, how many of us go through life hanging onto a belief that we cannot do something, simply because we failed at it once before?




Failure is part of learning; we should never give up the struggle in life.


If we have failed once, it doesn’t mean we can never do it again.


We need to try again & again if we have to success!!






Who is the Winner?

In A Battle Field!!!


Long ago in a human town, pit fights were held that pitted one animal against another animal. Everyone gathered to watch these matches, to cheer–and make money betting on–the winners. The losers were soon forgotten.


Usually the matches were fair, such as a lion against a tiger or a wolf against a dog. But one night, someone made a mistake, and out came two unlikely contestants: a rat and a lion.

The audience grabbed their sides and laughed at the craziness of the pairing. Yet nobody moved to stop the battle. Once the animals were released, the fights did not end until one was dead. That was the rule.


While the humans chortled, the lion smiled.


“I thought I would have to fight tonight, but it seems I’ll just be getting a snack.”


It flexed its powerful muscles and showed its great fangs.


“Though I don’t usually eat rats. You creatures so often carry diseases.”


The rat lifted his chin, whiskers bristling.


“I am not diseased, but if you want to eat me, you must fight me first.”


“Don’t be foolish. I’m bigger, stronger, faster, and my claws are as long as your whole body. What will you do? Bite my toe? Why don’t you just come over here and lie down. I’ll make your death swift.”


“I will not give up that easily.”


With that said, the rat charged. The fight was predictable.


The rat’s teeth could not even pierce the lion’s thick fur to reach flesh.


The lion laughed and swatted the tiny creature.


It flew several yards and hit the wall.


The audience cheered and chanted: “Eat the rat, eat the rat!”


Though obviously injured, the rat limped back and attacked anew.


This time he got in and bit the soft skin between his opponent’s toes.


The lion screeched, jerked back his paw, and struck.


Again the rat flew far and landed hard.


Yet again, he came back to the lion.


The lion dropped a paw and pinned the rat to the ground.


Still the rat struggled, thrashing and trying to escape.


By now, the audience had stopped laughing and jeering.


Everyone watched silently to see what would happen next.


The rat tried to bite the lion again, but its small teeth did no damage.


The lion did not release his pinned opponent.


He could easily eat the little creature now, but he hesitated.


“Why will you not give up?” the lion asked as the rat continued to struggle.


“Don’t you understand? You can never win.”


“You don’t think I know that? Of course I can’t win.”


The lion twitched a furry ear.


“Then why fight? Why make it harder on yourself?”


“To show everyone I am more than they think. When people see rats, they see vermin that sneak around and hide in the shadows. They think we carry disease. They go out of their way to put us down, to destroy us. But when they see you, it’s a different story. They respect your power. They think you’re noble. They call you the king of the jungle, for crying out loud!”


That speech weakened the rat, and its struggles slowed down.


Blood seeped into the ground, draining from the rat’s body, and the lion realized his opponent’s wounds were mortal.


“Some of us are born to better lots in life,” the lion said apologetically.


“I’m sorry but that’s simply how it is.”


“It’s worth fighting to change your lot,” the rat whispered.


“To change the way people think about you.”


The lion lifted his paw. It seemed a shame to eat this rat.


It had put up such a good fight, and he’d even call it noble, though its beliefs were surely misguided.


“Look, I’m not going to eat you, but you didn’t accomplish anything.”


The lion gazed up at all the people watching from above.


“They’ll forget you by tomorrow. You’ll never change anybody’s mind about rats.”


The rat wheezed and drew in its last breath. “I changed yours, didn’t I?”