Dress Right , It always pays

Look important -it helps you think important.

Rule : Remember your appearance “talks” . Be sure it says positive things about you. Never leaves home without feeling certain you look like the kind of person you want to be.

Most honest advertisement appearing in print — ” Dress Right , You can’t Afford Not To. “

One advertisement primarily for child but it can be applied to adults as well. “Look at yourself through your superior’s eyes , your associate’s eyes “

It costs so little to be neat . Take the slogan literally. Interpret it to say ” Dress Right , it always pays.”

People do evaluate you on the basis of your appearance. Your appearance is the first basis of your evaluation other people have. The point is : the better you are packaged , the more public acceptance you will receive.

Appearance is important but how do you expect me to afford the kind of clothing which really makes me feel right and which causes other to look up to me?

Answers is : ” Pay twice as much and buy half as many.”

In sofar as appearance is concerned , quality is for more important than quantity. Remember : Your appearance talks to you and it talks to others. Make certain it says , “Here is a person who has self-respect. He’s important . Treat him that way.”

You own it to others – but , more important , you own it to yourself – to look your best.

You are what you think you are . If your appearance makes you think you’re inferior , you are inferior . If it makes you think small , you are small.

Look your best and you will think and act your best.

Resource : The magic of thinking big by David J. Schwartz.

Image resource : Levi’s model (google).

My Reading Bucket List In 2020

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.”

George R.R. Martin

The books , I want to read which i collect them from last 4 years but because of busy schedule of my Engineering and M.Tech studies I didn’t get time to read the book from by bucket list . The list of book , I collected are follow :

  1. 7 habits of Highly effective people by Stephen R. Covey.
  2. The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz.
  3. Last lecture by Jeffrey Zaslow and Randy Pausch.
  4. The 48 laws of Power by Robert Greene.

But In 2020 , because of Covid-19 lockdown , there are lot of time available to invest in our habits which we didn’t get in day to day life busy schedule. In Maharashtra , India , there are lockdown since from 24 march 2020 .India’s government announced lockdown in India till 31 May 2020. Because of Covid-19 panademic lockdown , Indian Television channel re-telecast their 1988’s show Mahabharat and Ramayan which got record break viewers and huge fan following in the 2020.

The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.

Dr. Seuss

The books are our best friend , they never leave us in any situation . Sometimes , they perform different role in our life . Books are our teacher , our mentor , our friends . Anytime if you want them with you they are available to you. If we develop reading habit in day-to -day life then after 5 years of reading we are different person . Books develop us tremendously .

Traveling is also one of my bucket list but in 2020 its doesn’t seen easy to travel around state and country. Because of Covid-19 pandemic , The 2020 is worst year for traveler. but the best thing about the books are they let you travel without moving your feet. So the more you read , the more information you get and more knowledgeable you became.

Power Of Believe

Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution.

Eliminate “impossible” , “won’t work” , “can’t do” , “no use trying” from your thinking and speaking vocabularies.

Don’t let tradition paralyze your mind .

Be receptive to new ideas . Be experimental. Try new approaches. Be progressive in everything you do.

Resource: The magic of thinking big.

Grow Big By Thinking Big

  1. Don’t sell yourself short. Conquer the crime of self- deprecation. Concentrate on your assets. You are better than you think you are.
  2. Stretch your vision. See what can be, not just what is. Practice adding value to things , to people and to yourself.
  3. Think above trivial things. Focus your attention on big objectives. Before getting involved in a petty matter , ask yourself.

“is it really important?”

—- The Magic of Thinking Big