Nov 302011
 
Flowing River by Joel Davies

Everything has a Tao. A situation may have a Tao, but how the people involved manage and deal with it is unique to them. The best way to act in accord with the Tao of a situation depends on the person involved. Factors such as goals, interests, beliefs, circumstances and creativity affect the choices open to them. What is the best choice for one may not be in the best interests of another.

Even so, when it comes to managing any situation, there are a few key steps. It does not really matter whether the situation is simple or complex. When you break it down, these are the basic steps to manage any situation.
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Nov 092011
 
Fish and Chips by Christian Tan

I stood in the eye of the storm and calmly watched the chaos and confusion around me. When an opening appeared, I acted quickly to seize it. Everything I did had a specific goal. I was truly living in the moment and acting as the situation required. I made almost no wasted movement and did not do more than necessary. I knew exactly what I needed to do and when to do it. Because I could see and follow the flow of the energy around me, I achieved my goal with ease and very little hassle. What was my goal in this case? It was to order a plate of fish and chips for lunch.
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Oct 112011
 
Success by Richard Styles

Adversity has its uses. It keeps you sharp and on your toes, ready to manage all that life has to throw at you. This is the only way to survive and triumph. Conversely, success blunts your edge. It makes you lax when you should be firm. It makes you complacent when you should be vigilant and there lies the danger.
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Jun 302011
 
Happy Time by Lusi

Everyone is happy to attain large successes in life. This could be an important goal like having a happy family, getting a job promotion or closing a big business deal. These successes are obvious and worth celebrating. But in doing so, we should not forget the small successes that got us there. Like unsung heroes, small successes play a vital role as the foundation of our major success. They are as important as big successes even if they are not as satisfying. With that in mind, here are some reasons why small successes matter.
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Oct 022010
 

To succeed at anything you do, you have to be able to flow with the time and circumstances. When the times favour an advance, advance with vigour. When it is better to retreat, do so with haste. Advance and retreat are a natural part of life and success. To retreat when you should advance leads to missed opportunities. To advance when you should retreat leads to disaster. But how then will you know when to retreat? There are a few signs to look out for. Read on to find out.
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Sep 112010
 
Despair by naktouf

Criticism is a double-edged sword; it has the power to help or destroy you. But what it does to you depends on how well you manage the criticism. There are times when you have to ask for constructive criticism. Yet there are also times where you may find yourself receiving unsolicited criticism. You can’t stop people from thinking or saying what they wish. The only thing you can do is to control your own perception of the criticism and turn it to your advantage. No one likes to be criticised. But there are insights contained within constructive criticism that can help you to succeed. Remember this benefit. Since you can’t run away from criticism, it would be best to learn how to manage it well.
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