‘You do not know me, I do not know you, but we have got to work together. Therefore,we must understand each other,we must have confidence in each other. I have only been here a few hours, but from what I have seen and heard since I arrived, I am prepared to say here and now that I have confidence in you.We will work together as a team. I believe that one of the first duties is to create what I call atmosphere. I do not like the general atmosphere I find here – it is an atmosphere of doubt, of looking back.All that must cease. I want to impress upon everyone that the bad times are over and it will be done. If anybody here thinks it cannot be done, let him go at once. I do not want any doubters. It can be done and it will be done beyond any possibility of doubt.’


From India, Vijayawada
‘No man does anything
from a single motive.’
‘Any of us will put out more and better ideas
if our efforts are fully appreciated.’
‘ B Y A S K I N G T H E I M P O S S I B L E
W E O B T A I N T H E B E S T P O S S I B L E . ’
‘You get more of the behaviour you reward.
You don’t get what you hope for, ask for, wish for, or beg for.
You get what you reward.’

From India, Vijayawada
Dear CRK, Very nice quotes. Very helpful for encourgement and to create positive work culture in the organisation. Thanks a lot.Keep it up. Regards RB
From India, New Delhi
Thanks for the nice quotes
For inspirational stories please visit: Circulated Stories: A Story to Live By

From India, Delhi
Thankyou for your response and feedback Uniquenaga, Alphonse, Neherana, Heman, RB, Pekumara, Lalitha, Jacob, Samy, Gobinath, Naga Pranathi, Nizam, Bashir, Mariadoss .............. CRK
From India, Vijayawada
Coins always make sound, But the currency notes are always silent, So, When ur value increases, Keep urself Calm N Silent.................. Regards Rashmi
From India, Mumbai
All the stories in this thread are of a collection from various sources and Author is unknown.... If author is known....... it would be mentioned...

A good Team Collobarate and help and share with Each other for the profit of the whole Team.......

A Swami was having a conversation with Lord Shiva one day and said.

'Lord, I would like to know what Heaven and Hell are like.

Lord Shiva led the Swami to two doors..

He opened one of the doors and the Swami looked in. In the middle of the room was a large round table. In the middle of the table was a large pot of stew, which smelled delicious and made the Swami's mouth water.

The people sitting! around the table were thin and sickly. They appeared to

be famished. They were holding spoons with very long handles that were strapped to their arms and each found it possible to reach into the pot of stew and take a spoonful.

But because the handle was longer than their arms, they could not get the

spoons back into their mouths.

The Swami shuddered at the sight of their misery and suffering.

Lord Shiva said, 'You have seen Hell.

They went to the next room and opened the door. It was exactly the same as the first one. There was the large round table with the large pot of stew which made the holy man's mouth water. The people were equipped with

the same long-handled spoons, but here the people were well nourished and

plump, laughing and talking.

The Swami said, 'I don't understand.'

'It is simple,' said Lord Shiva.

'It requires but one skill.. You see they have learned to feed each other, while the greedy think only of themselves.'

So, Remember to always share the spoon...


From India, Vijayawada
Dear Rashmi,
It might be your system problem..... I have re-attached in 3rd page as well as in 1st page..... which most of the members have downloaded and given the feedback... and i have also re-checked.... Its working. Please try again.......

From India, Vijayawada
Once there was a family of Mother, Father their 4 sons and the 4 daughter-in laws all living together.

All 4 Daughter-in laws were good but there was always quarrel, whose responsibilities is do to what.

One day the Mother-in law decided to end this problem by assigning proper responsibility.So She called all 4 of them and Said:

I know you are all very good and you don't shy from responsibilities; but since the responsibilities is not clear, you have misunderstanding. Lets now define the responsibilities.

One of you will – Prepare the food

2nd one – will arrange the dining.

3rd one – will serve the food.

4th one – will clean the utensils and dining

When each one of you finished your job you will announce the next person will do the next job.

And every week we will rotate this responsibilities. All of them said it is good and agreed.

The Next day :

The first Daughter in law prepared the food and when she finished she informed “Food is prepared”

The second Daughter in law arranged the food in the table and announced, “the food is arranged in table and every body come to eat”.

The 3rd Daughter in law started serving the food and she announced-” the food is served”.

The 4th Daughter in law collected all the plates and utensils from the table and cleaned them and said “ The utensils and dining is cleared”.

The Mother-in law was dumb stuck.

Though all of them performed their duties and responsibilities, then end result was no one ate anything and the food was a complete waste.

Moral – It is not only the responsibilities but also good collaboration is very important to makes things work



From India, Vijayawada
Team Motivation

Learning that Seeta was prisoner in Lanka, the Vanaras team headed by Angada(Son of Vali).In that group were many heroes including the mighty Hanuman and the wise Jambavan.

When they reached the edge of the sea, the team of Vanaras were filled with

fear and anxiety and started discussing how can we cross the sea and return?

Angada said: Courage is the key to do any task and then he addressed his team and said, I have heard and known that you all have great prowess and strength.We should fulfil this task of finding Seeta and without that we cannot return to our land.So tell me the longest jump each one have strength and courage to attempt?

So one by one the Vanaras said 20 Yojanas, 30, and each one started improving on the other.Then Jambavan said, I am the oldest of the warriors, I can manage 90 but that will not be enough for the task.

Then Angada said I can do 100, but that is enough to cross the sea but I dont know whether I can return?

During this whole episode, Hanuman was listening sitting apart and silent.

Jambavan said: “I think the son of Vaayu, is the best person who has the strength and skill”

He brought Hanuman to the midst of them and said to him:”Why are you silent, do you not surpass all of us in strength? You are equal to Rama and lakshmana in Strength.The light of your shouldes is equal to Garuda, the king of birds, who can cross the sea. Your father Vaayu promised your mother that you will be the mightiest and most intelligent of the Vanaras.In you child you flew towards sun to puck it.

Dont be modest.Increase your stature , you can cross the sea and our Sole hope.”

Encouraged and reminded of his prowess, Hanuman grew in size and with enthusiam and faith told that he will fulfill the words by flying to Lanka and see Seeta and return with the good news.

Motivation is needed to encourage and remind people of their potential, it was needed even for Hanuman


From India, Vijayawada

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