Saturday, October 15, 2011

Super Bumber October 2004 Issue

Most Of The Great Ones Began Life With Next To Nothing. 

Dear Friend,
The man who wins is the man who thinks he can.  As you think so you become.  There is money in idea, more often very big money in small, simple ideas.  Napoleon Hill aptly names his famous book as "Think And Grow Rich", which unveils the secrets of success and riches.
                              Success is the happy fulfillment of  your burning desire or the satisfactory achievement of your chosen and coveted objective.  It is the gaining of your great goal that you dreamed and desired in your life.  It is the realization of the results of your intense interest, earnest hopes and dedicated efforts.  It encompasses prosperity, good fortune, health, wealth, prestige, power, position, harmony and peace.  Lack of education, inheritance, riches and connections need not deter you from daring and doing.  The lives of the great ones, world's most successful men and women, spectacularly spotlight that most of them began life with next to nothing, but rose to eminence and proved successful by developing and utilizing their talents with zeal, dedication, determination and sincerity.  There are examples galore of such illustrious people and to mention a few, we have our own Mahatma Gandhiji, Chatrapati Shivaji, Mother Teresa and others like Abraham Lincoln, John D. Rockefeller and Henry Ford.

And now look at Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore who, inspired by a double-trap event at Mhow Army Shooting Range way back in 1998, resolved to acquire proficiency in this field and through sheer single-minded devotion, persistence and a missionary spirit, made the country proud within a short span of just 4 years bagging Championships of Asian Shooting and Afro-Asian Games (both in 2003) and a Bronze each in World Shooting Championship and World Cup Shooting (both in 2003).  And now in 2004, the 4th ranked ace-shooter in the world salvaged the country's  sinking fortunes in sports by annexing a Silver, the first ever in individual category in Olympics, at Athens in Men's double-trap event in shooting on August 17, 2004.  Another illustrious example is Ms. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairperson and MD of Biocon India who, through unflinching self-confidence, dedication, positive thinking and innovative approach, catapulted her company, from a scratch, to world's  16th biggest biotechnology entity and herself emerged as India's richest woman with a net-worth of Rs.2,100 crore in 2004.

"If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a better mousetrap than his neighbour, though he builds his house in the wood, the world will make a beaten path to his door". wrote Emerson.  Thus, with your ideas if you perform better than others, you are bound to command success and to be in demand  Major Rathore, by virtue of his superb performance at Athens, has become darling and cynosure of a billion plus nation overnight.  Within a week, he was called upon to give as many as 100 interviews to various organizations, print and electronic media agencies.  Today, the chances of making your life a great success are far brighter today than ever before.

You should be honest and render good service for fair payment.  No matter what you do, you can make success of it, if only you gives people what they need and wants, in full value and at competitive cost.  Service makes for success and good service with a smile is a must for success and all other achievements.  Here in Competition Success Review, we have steadfastly adhered to this dictum providing quality and latest knowledge to our esteemed readers at most competitive (and now reduced) cost.  And that is the secret of success of your favorite CSR.

Striving to serve you more and in a better way.

                                                                                      Yours sincerely,

                                                                             (Surendra Kumar Sachdeva)

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