Perfect Daily Health Routine...for a more cheerful n happy energetic life

On the occasion of my 50th post i wanted to do an interesting post.As a medical student, watelse could be better than to write about health...all the points mentioned here are known merely by all of us but we just refuse to follow and blame it on other petty things(in front of health we can consider everything petty i guess!!!)but from this moment plz promise yourself to put in more efforts to make it work..because our families want us healthy and our children want us forever in their lives to see them achieve..okay that way pretty long ha!so here goes the perfect health routine one should daily follow to achieve that state of being in peak health,lineless face that glows radiantly , bright eyes that offer a window of your extraordinary vitality... 

1.Wake up early preferrable before or at sunrise(5.00-6.30 am)it is considered that sattva is in air at its maximum in this time and it is the most fresh and pure time of a day..so y not reap some benefit of it  

2.Make it a habbit of drinking 1-1.5 lit of lukeworm water after rising up..this will boost up your metabolism

3.Eliminate-it is very important to eliminate all the wastes from the colon and bladder, if not you are poisoning urself.

4.Exercise-indulge urself in a 30 min walk or do yoga or some aerobic exercise or any kind of physical exercise u prefer.

5.Plan your day-treat yourself with a 15-30 min silent session (which we can call meditation) to plan the day..this planning helps you from avoiding stress and makes you to live the day better and in long run avoids all the mental problems and heart related problems..

6.Breakfast-Eat breakfast king size..i mean very heavy.this is the time your metabolism is high so you can have it heavy.Make it a point to take 1 apple(or any fruit you wish)+ 1 cup milk + 2 almonds soaked in water the previous day + 1 spoon kismis or dried grapes(this brings shine to the skin) + 

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141.We cannot change the cards we have dealt,just how we play...

142.There are times we have to stop loving someone,not because we start hating them, but because we realize they would be much happier if we let them go...strange but true!!!

143.Its easy to convince who is in anger but not easy to compromise the 1 who is diappointed . Never diappoint a person who cares about U..

144.Temporary feelings of regret are a normal part of the mourning process. This helps us retrieve our lost dreams. If we hold on to regret, we risk trapping ourselves in a prison of unrealized dreams from which it is difficult to escape

145.When u believe someone deeply ...misunderstanding arises but dont fight for it because some misunderstanding is needed for good understanding.Its a life secret


136.Only those ideas that are least truely yours can adequately expressed in words.

137.It is the characteristic of the most stringent censorships that they give credibility to the opinions they attack.

138.Work hard at your job and u can make a living.Work hard on yourself and u can make a fortune...

139.The person who made u laugh in his presence will definitely make u cry in his absence...

140.Fantastic answer by a philosopher  to a question asked on BBC:
          Define birthday?
       answer:the only day in your life when you cried your mother is smiling!!! 

Winning mantra

'Sure i am that this day we are masters of our fate , that the task which has been set before us is not above our strength; taht its pangs and toils are not beyond my endurance . As long as we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will to win , victory will not be denied us.

                          It was by Winston Churchill and it speaks volumes of the man we should be.. 

The 50 New Rules of Work by Robin Sharma

The global economy is in a state of acute disruption. Competition has never been more fierce. Consumers have never been so well-informed and loudly demanding. And what worked yesterday just might be obsolete today.
But this time is also a great time, for the astonishing few who are ready to show leadership. Leaders are at their absolute best during messy cycles versus during the easy ones. And messy cycles bring with them gorgeous opportunities.
As I sit quietly on this airplane at 40,000 feet, away from the rallying cries of a wired world filled with endless interruptions, I’ve distilled what I’ve been sharing in my presentations to clients across the planet over the past months, from Kuwait and Dubai to Paris, London and Dusseldorf.
Here are 50 powerful rules to amp up your game so this business cycle is one of your best business cycles yet.
The 50 New Rules of Work
  1. You are not just paid to work. You are paid to be uncomfortable – and to pursue projects that scare you.
  2. Take care of your relationships and the money will take care of itself.
  3. Lead you first. You can’t help others reach for their highest potential until you’re in the process of reaching for yours.
  4. To double your income, triple your rate of learning.
  5. While victims condemn change, leaders grow inspired by change.
  6. Small daily improvements over time create stunning results.
  7. Surround yourself with people courageous enough to speak truthfully about what’s best for your organization and the customers you serve.
  8. Don’t fall in love with your press releases.
  9. Every moment in front of a customer is a moment of truth (to either show you live by the values you profess – or you don’t).
  10. Copying what your competition is doing just leads to being second best.
  11. Become obsessed with the user experience such that every touchpoint of doing business with you leaves people speechless. No, breathless.
  12. If you’re in business, you’re in show business. The moment you get to work, you’re on stage. Give us the performance of your life.
  13. Be a Master of Your Craft. And practice + practice + practice.
  14. Get fit like Madonna.
  15. Read magazines you don’t usually read. Talk to people who you don’t usually speak to. Go to places you don’t commonly visit. Disrupt your thinking so it stays fresh + hungry + brilliant.
  16. Remember that what makes a great business – in part – are the seemingly insignificant details. Obsess over them.
  17. Good enough just isn’t good enough.
  18. Brilliant things happen when you go the extra mile for every single customer.
  19. An addiction to distraction is the death of creative production. Enough said.
  20. If you’re not failing regularly, you’re definitely not making much progress.
  21. Lift your teammates up versus tear your teammates down. Anyone can be a critic. What takes guts is to see the best in people.
  22. Remember that a critic is a dreamer gone scared.
  23. Leadership’s no longer about position. Now, it’s about passion. And having an impact through the genius-level work that you do.
  24. The bigger the dream, the more important the team.
  25. If you’re not thinking for yourself, you’re following – not leading.
  26. Work hard. But build an exceptional family life. What’s the point of reaching the mountaintop but getting there alone.
  27. The job of the leader is to develop more leaders.
  28. The antidote to deep change is daily learning. Investing in your professional and personal development is the smartest investment you can make. Period.
  29. Smile. It makes a difference.
  30. Say “please” and “thank you”. It makes a difference.
  31. Shift from doing mindless toil to doing valuable work.
  32. Remember that a job is only just a job if all you see it as is a job.
  33. Don’t do your best work for the applause it generates but for the personal pride it delivers.
  34. The only standard worth reaching for is BIW (Best in World).
  35. In the new world of business, everyone works in Human Resources.
  36. In the new world of business, everyone’s part of the leadership team.
  37. Words can inspire. And words can destroy. Choose yours well.
  38. You become your excuses.
  39. You’ll get your game-changing ideas away from the office versus in the middle of work. Make time for solitude. Creativity needs the space to present itself.
  40. The people who gossip about others when they are not around are the people who will gossip about you when you’re not around.
  41. It could take you 30 years to build a great reputation and 30 seconds of bad judgment to lose it.
  42. The client is always watching.
  43. The way you do one thing defines the way you’ll do everything. Every act matters.
  44. To be radically optimistic isn’t soft. It’s hard. Crankiness is easy.
  45. People want to be inspired to pursue a vision. It’s your job to give it to them.
  46. Every visionary was initially called crazy.
  47. The purpose of work is to help people. The other rewards are inevitable by-products of this singular focus.
  48. Remember that the things that get scheduled are the things that get done.
  49. Keep promises and be impeccable with your word. People buy more than just your products and services. They invest in your credibility.
  50. Lead Without a Title.
                                         - ROBIN SHARMA


131.At every single moment of ones life one is what one is going to be no less than what one has been.

132.The greates right any nation can afford its people is the right to be left alone.

133.That government is best which governs the least ,because its people discipline themselves.

134.The man who does not lose his reason over certain things has nothing to loose.

135.New opinions are always suspected , and usually opposed ,without any reason but because they are not already common . 


126.My friend , there are no friends. -coco chanel

127.The human heart dares not stay away too long from that which hurt it the most. There is a return journey to anguish that few of us are released from making .

128.There are somethings that one can only achieve by a deliberate leap in the opposite direction . O ne has to go abroad in order to find the home one has lost . 

129. I know of no method to secure the repiel of the bad and abnoxious laws so affective as their stringet execution.

130.It wasn`t quite late in life that i discovered that how easy it is to say `i dont know`. 


121.To have doubted one`s own first principles , is the mark of a civilized man.

122.The price of justice is eternal publicity .

123.He who is learned is not wise , he who is wise is not learned.

124.All man kind is divided into three classes: Those who are immovable , those that are movable , and those that move.

125.The world has achieved brilliance without conscience . Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants .  

Problem Solving Skills

Problems are only opportunities in work clothes."
– Henry Kaiser
(American industrialist)
Problem solving is a key skill, and it's one that can make a huge difference to your career. At work, problems are at the center of what many people do every day. You're either solving a problem for a client (internal or external), supporting those who are solving problems, or discovering new problems to solve.
The problems you face can be large or small, simple or complex, and easy or difficult to solve. Regardless of the nature of the problems, a fundamental part of every manager's role is finding ways to solve them. So, being a confident problem solver is really important to your success.
Much of that confidence comes from having a good process to use when approaching a problem. With one, you can solve problems quickly and effectively. Without one, your solutions may be ineffective, or you'll get stuck and do nothing, with sometimes painful consequences.
There are four basic steps in problem solving:
  1. Defining the problem.
  2. Generating alternatives.
  3. Evaluating and selecting alternatives.
  4. Implementing solutions.
Steps 2 to 4 of this process are covered in depth in other areas of Mind Tools. For these, see our sections on Creativity for step 2 (generating alternatives); Decision Making for step 3 (evaluating and selecting alternatives); and Project Managementfor step 4 (implementing solutions).
The articles in this "Problem Solving" section of Mind Tools therefore focus on helping you make a success of the first of these steps – defining the problem. A very significant part of this involves making sense of the complex situation in which the problem occurs, so that you can pinpoint exactly what the problem is. Many of the tools in this section help you do just that. We look at these, and then review some useful, well-established problem-solving frameworks.

Defining the Problem

The key to a good problem definition is ensuring that you deal with the real problem – not its symptoms. For example, if performance in your department is substandard, you might think the problem is with the individuals submitting work. However, if you look a bit deeper, the real problem might be a lack of training, or an unreasonable workload.
Tools like 5 WhysAppreciation and Root Cause Analysis help you ask the right questions, and work through the layers of a problem to uncover what's really going on.
At this stage, it's also important to ensure that you look at the issue from a variety of perspectives. If you commit yourself too early, you can end up with a problem statement that's really a solution instead. For example, consider this problem statement: "We have to find a way of disciplining of people who do substandard work." This doesn't allow you the opportunity of discovering the real reasons for under-performance. The CATWOE checklist provides a powerful reminder to look at many elements that may contribute to the problem, and to expand your thinking around it.

Understanding Complexity

When your problem is simple, the solution is usually obvious, and you don't need to follow the four steps we outlined earlier. So it follows that when you're taking this more formal approach, your problem is likely to be complex and difficult to understand, because there's a web of interrelated issues.
The good news is that there are numerous tools you can use to make sense of this tangled mess! Many of these help you create a clear visual representation of the situation, so that you can better understand what's going on.
Affinity Diagrams are great for organizing many different pieces of information into common themes, and for discovering relationships between these.
Another popular tool is the Cause-and-Effect Diagram. To generate viable solutions, you must have a solid understanding of what's causing the problem. Using our example of substandard work, Cause-and-Effect diagrams would highlight that a lack of training could contribute to the problem, and they could also highlight possible causes such as work overload and problems with technology.
When your problem occurs within a business process, creating a Flow ChartSwim Lane Diagram or a Systems Diagram will help you see how various activities and inputs fit together. This will often help you identify a missing element or bottleneckthat's causing your problem.
Quite often, what may seem to be a single problem turns out to be a whole series of problems. Going back to our example, substandard work could be caused by insufficient skills, but excessive workloads could also be contributing, as could excessively short lead times and poor motivation. The Drill Down technique will help you split your problem into smaller parts, each of which can then be solved appropriately.

Problem-Solving Processes

The four-step approach to problem solving that we mentioned at the beginning of this article will serve you well in many situations. However, for a more comprehensive process, you can use Simplex, Appreciative Inquiry or Soft Systems Methodology (SSM). These provide detailed steps that you can use to solve a problem effectively.
Simplex involves an eight-stage process: problem finding, fact finding, defining the problem, idea finding, selecting and evaluating, planning, selling the idea, and acting. These steps build upon the basic process described earlier, and they create a cycle of problem finding and solving that will continually improve your organization.
Appreciative Inquiry takes a uniquely positive approach by helping you solve problems by examining what's working well in the areas surrounding them.
Soft Systems Methodology is designed to help you understand complex problems so that you can start the process of problem solving. It uses four stages to help you uncover more details about what's creating the problem, and then define actions that will improve the situation.
Using these tools – and others on our Problem Solving menu – will help you improve your approach to solving the problems that your team and your organization face. You'll be more successful at solving problems and, because of this, more successful at what you do. What's more, you'll begin to build a reputation as someone who can handle tough situations, in a wise and positive way.

courtesy:mindtools.com( http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMC_00.htm)


116.More tears are shed over answered prayers than the unanswered ones.

117.Your friend is the man who knows all about you , and likes you .

117.The world fears a new experience more than anything .Because a new experience displaces so many old experiences.

118.There is many a good man to be found under a shabby hat .

119.He who confers a prayer should forget it at once ,if he is not to show a sordid and ungenerous spirit .

120.Ideas wont keep ;something must be done about them. 



111.Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.

112.The trouble with being poor is that it takes up all your time.

113.Only the vanquished remember history.

114.What you see is news,what you know is background, what you feels is opinion .

115.Great wisdom is generous, petty wisdom is contentious . Great speech is impassioned ,small speech cantankerous . 


106.I never think of the future.It comes soon enough.

107.Any doctrine that will not bear investigation is not a fit tenant for the mind of an honest man.

108.To fear love is to fear life,and those who fear life are three parts dead.

109.One today is worth two tomorrows.

110.He,who will not reason,is a bigot;he who cannot,is a fool.and who dares not, is a slave. 


101.I dont know who my grandfather was,i m much more concerned to know what his grandson will be-Abraham Lincoln

102.Trying to get everyone like you is a sign of mediocrity.

103.There is nothing so powerful as truth ,and so strange.

104.I believe that man will not merely endure;he will prevail.

105.The opposite of love is not hate,its indifference.The opposite of art is not uglyness,its indifference.The opposite of faith is not heresey,its indifference.And the opposite of life is not death,its indifference.-Elie winsley 

Appreciating your past...thought no 100

It is easy to be negative about past mistakes and unhapiness.But it is much more healing to look at ourselves and our past in the light of experience,acceptance and growth.Our past is a series of lessons that advance us to higher levels of living and loving.The relationships we entered,stayed in,or ended taught us necessary lessons.Some of us emerged from the most painful painful circumstances with strong insights about who we are and what we want.our mistakes???Necessary. Our frustrations,failures and sometimes stumbling attempts at growth and progress?Necessary too.Each step of the way, we learned.We went through the exactly experiences we need to,to become who we are today.Each step of the way we progressed.Is our past a mistake?No.The only mistake we can make is mistaking it for truth.
                Today,god help me let go of negative thoughts I may be harbouring about my past circumstances or relationships.I can accept, wit gratitude,all that has brought me to today... 


96.Men hate those to whom they have to lie.

97.Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.

98.It is easier to love all humanity as a whole than to love one`s neighbour.

99.We fear someting before we hate it .A child who fears noises becomes a man who hates noise.-Cyril  connoly 


91.Most of the shadows of this life is caused by standing in our own sunshine.

92.When you shut your one eye,you do not hear everything.-swiss proveb

93. Education is hanging around until you`ve caught on it.

94.There is no such thing as conversation.It is an illusion.There are interesting monologues.

 95.Trouble is only oppurtunity in work clothes. 


86.I venture to suggest that patriotism is not a short and frenzied outburst of emotion but the tranquill and steady dedication of a lifetime.-Adlai stevenson

87.Government exits to protect the rights of minorities.The loved and the rich require no protection-they have many friends and no enemies.

88.I dislike arguments of any kind.They are always vulgar and often convincing.

89.He who knows nothing doubts nothing.

90.A nation is a society united by a delusion about its ancestry and by a common hatred of its neighbours. 


81.Life is never so bad at its worst that it is impossible to live;it is never so good at its best that it is easy to live.

82.Ideas are one thing,and what happens is other.

83.There are two statements about humanbeings that are true:that all human beings are alike and that all are different.on those two facts ll human wisdom is found.

84.The wise man is astonished by anything.

85.After three days without reading,talk becomes flavourless-chinese proverb 



Ultimately, life goes by in a blink. And too many people live the same year 80 times. To avoid getting to the end and feeling flooded regret over a live half-lived, read (and then apply) these tips:
1. Exercise daily.
2. Get serious about gratitude.
3. See your work as a craft.
4. Expect the best and prepare for the worst.
5. Keep a journal.
7. Plan a schedule for your week.
8. Know the 5 highest priorities of your life.
9. Say no to distractions.
10. Drink a lot of water.
11. Improve your work every single day.
12. Get a mentor.
13. Hire a coach.
14. Get up at 5 am each day.
15. Eat less food.
16. Find more heroes.
17. Be a hero to someone.
18. Smile at strangers.
19. Be the most ethical person you know.
20. Don’t settle for anything less than excellence.
21. Savor life’s simplest pleasures.
22. Save 10% of your income each month.
23. Spend time at art galleries.
24. Walk in the woods.
25. Write thank you letters to those who’ve helped you.
26. Forgive those who’ve wronged you.
27. Remember that leadership is about influence and impact, not title and accolades.
28. Create unforgettable moments with those you love.
29. Have 5 great friends.
30. Become stunningly polite.
31. Unplug your TV.
32. Sell your TV.
33. Read daily.
34. Avoid the news.
35. Be content with what you have.
36. Pursue your dreams.
37. Be authentic.
38. Be passionate.
39. Say sorry when you know you should.
40. Never miss a moment to celebrate another.
41. Have a vision for your life.
42. Know your strengths.
43. Focus your mind on the good versus the lack.
44. Be patient.
45. Don’t give up.
46. Clean up your messes.
47. Use impeccable words.
48. Travel more.
50. Honor your parents.
51. Tip taxi drivers well.
52. Be a great teammate.
53. Give no energy to critics.
54. Spend time in the mountains.
55. Know your top 5 values.
56. Shift from being busy to achieving results.
57. Innovate and iterate.
58. Speak less. Listen more.
59. Be the best person you know.
60. Make your life matter.
Robin Sharma is the globally celebrated author of 11 international bestselling books on leadership including The Greatness Guide and The Leader Who Had No Title. His work has been published in over 60 countries and in nearly 70 languages, making him one of the most widely read authors in the world. He shot to fame with The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, which has topped international bestseller lists and sold millions of copies.)