Word of the Day

Descantdih-SCANTPart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle English, mid 14th century
1(Music) An independent treble melody usually sung or played above a basic melody.2A discourse on a theme or subject.
Examples of Descant in a sentence “The conductor finally found a soprano to sing the descant.” “He was well-known for publishing a descant on success in business.”

The Consequence – by SEth Godin

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Attitude follows action far more often than action follows attitude.

We change our mood as a result of how we act. If you want to feel a certain way, begin by acting as if you do. On the other hand, if you truly want to accomplish something, waiting for the mood to strike is ineffective.

World Turtle day.

Did you know…

… that today is World Turtle Day? We celebrate World Turtle Day to honor these resilient animals. Turtles and tortoises are associated with wisdom and perseverance and play an important role in our ecosystem. Trivia fans: The main difference between the two is that turtles sometimes live in the water, while tortoises only live on the land.

I label many of Indian Cabinet Ministers as #KadiNinda #KadiNidra and #Turtle Ministers for their inertia, inaction, indecisiveness and the tendency to UPWARD DELEGATE all their decision Making to the Prime Minister.

It is a Unique cabinet where there is 100% Job security as no one gets sacked.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“The greatest mistake you can make in life is to be continually fearing you will make one.”

— Elbert Hubbard