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Be a Leader / Re: 10 successful entrepreneurs of Bangladesh
« on: August 25, 2012, 05:52:28 AM »

Thank you.

Brand Image of DIU / Re: Top Ranking Private University in Bangladesh
« on: August 25, 2012, 05:44:40 AM »
Glad to know... :D

I had also attended the program. Thank you Adiba apu for the post and others for the nice comments.

BCS Cadre / Re: Know all about BCS
« on: August 25, 2012, 05:39:34 AM »
it's helpful.

Self Esteem and You / Be present where you are now
« on: August 25, 2012, 05:30:57 AM »
              “With the past, I have nothing to do; nor with the future. I live now.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson

If anyone wants to find peace in an overwhelming, stressful and chaotic world, he/she needs to BE SIMPLE and BE PRESENT. There are three things we can think about:
THE PAST that gives us ideas from old memories.
THE FUTURE that helps us dreaming and worrying that might happen.
THE PRESENT-What is happening right now, at this moment? What we are doing now.
It is inevitable that we will think about all three. We cannot stop ourselves from thinking about the past or the future. However, with practice, we can focus on the present more than we already do.

But why should we do that? What’s wrong with focusing on the past or future? Nothing’s wrong with it. It isn’t wrong to think about past or future. However, there’s nothing we can do about things that have already happened, and worrying or agonizing about them doesn’t usually do us much good. It can be suggested to analyze what happened, learn from it, and move on. It’s much healthier.

We also can’t control the future. It’s impossible. We can do things that will change the future, but they might change the future in ways we cannot anticipate. Or they might not change things at all. And the only thing we can do about the future is do something … now in the present. So focusing on what we do now is the best way to improve the future. Not thinking about the future. I’m not saying you shouldn’t have goals or shouldn’t plan — but goals change. Plans change. We must be prepared for that change not by over planning, but by being in the moment and rolling with the punches.

Being in present has many advantages such as it increases enjoyment, reduces stress and makes the relationships better.
I can’t claim to be perfect at being present. I can’t claim that I do it all the time. But if you can do it, you will be benefited. I have learned how to be at present. You won’t be good at it at first, most likely. Your mind will wander, or you’ll do a lot of “meta-thinking”, which is just thinking about what you’re thinking, and whether you’re thinking it the right way, and whether there is a right way … and so on, until you’re no longer in the present. That’s normal. We all do that, I think.

But if you continue the practice of being present, you must be successful. Don’t do multiple things at once — just do what you’re doing now, and nothing else. For example, when you are reading, focus on your reading and only think about the topic that you are reading now. On that time, do not think about other tasks. When you will eat, concentrate on eating and you will really get taste from the food. When you are listening lectures from your teachers, then be attentive on those words, do not think about where you will hang out with your friends after the class. From my experience, I can share with u that for being present, still now I have many advantages. Only thinking what I am doing now, I can give my best on that work. And this is the secret of all sorts of successes. So try to be in present and accomplish the work almost perfectly.

Transforming Failure into Success / The Power of Positive thinking
« on: August 25, 2012, 02:25:33 AM »
It can be said that “You can change your life only by changing your thinking”. The thinking can be positive or negative. It depends on the self-talk. Self-talk is the endless stream of unspoken thoughts that run through your head every day. These automatic thoughts can be positive or negative. Some of your self-talk comes from logic and reason. Other self-talk may arise from misconceptions that you create because of lack of information. If the thoughts that run through your head are mostly negative, your outlook on life is more likely pessimistic. If your thoughts are mostly positive, you're likely an optimist — someone who practices positive thinking.

Positive thinking just means that you approach the unpleasantness in a more positive and productive way. You think the best is going to happen, not the worst. This type of thinking is not only helpful for psychological well-being but also for physical well-being. It reduces the stress of life.

Optimists believe that their own actions result in positive things happening, that they are responsible for their own happiness, and that they can expect more good things to happen in the future. Optimists don’t blame themselves when bad things happen. They view bad events as results of something outside of themselves. Pessimists think the opposite way, however. They blame themselves for the bad things that happen in their lives and think that one mistake means more will inevitably come. Pessimists see positive events as flukes that are outside of their control—a lucky streak that probably won’t happen again.
Because of their thought processes, optimists have much brighter futures. A bad circumstance or event is taken in stride, viewed as a temporary setback—not a permanent way of life. Even if something bad happens today, a positive thinker believes that good things will come again in the future.

As I am a positive thinker, I can tell you from my experience that if you can be a positive thinker your positive power will force the unpleasant thing to turn into the more pleasant thing that you have ever seen. And if you are a negative thinker, then do not be upset. Believe in yourself. You can do it.  When you will start to believe in yourself, you have already stepped forward for being a positive thinker. So do not worry, you can be a positive thinker very soon.
Best of luck.

Transforming Failure into Success / Re: Dream can come ture only if....
« on: August 25, 2012, 01:28:21 AM »
I do too.

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