Sunday Reflections (26.2.17)

Every once in a while you come across people that move you spiritually and reawaken your Christian faith. In this world of prosperity preaching, Leviticus quoting, ultra right conservative Christianity, one can be easily moved to agnosticism. Then you come across those who put the gospel in practice. Those who forsake all to do his…

Motivation To Work Culture

A word motivation expresses an enthusiasm. Motivation explains a process which inspires the person to work, to contribute to the best of capability; it directs human needs and controls the behaviors of human being. Abraham Maslow proposed five types of human needs explain how needs influence human behavior through his “Need Hierarchy Theory of Motivation”…

Drunk Husband (just for laughs)

A Husband comes home drunk, vomits and falls down on the floor. Wife gets him up and cleans everything. Next day when he gets up he expects her to be really angry with him. He braces for a fight, but finds a note near the table…… “Honey, your favorite breakfast is ready on the table,…

TEN (10) GOLDEN SECRETS OF MARRIAGE

1. *EVERYONE YOU MARRY HAS A WEAKNESS* Only God has no weakness. Every rose flower has its own thorn. If you focus too much on your spouse’s weakness, you can’t get the best out of his/her strength.  2. *EVERYONE YOU MARRY HAS A DARK HISTORY* No one is an Angel, therefore, avoid digging one’s past.…

Does employee ownership make companies more successful?

Source: http://www.smh.com.au/money/investing/does-employee-ownership-make-companies-more-successful-20170217-gufro2.html Would you do a better job if you owned a slice of the company you work for? If the answer is yes, would it make sense to invest in companies with a high level of employee ownership?   People who play musical instruments on the weekend for fun are proof that intrinsic motivation beats…

Old Doctor and A Young Doctor

A young doctor moved out to a small community to replace a doctor who was retiring. The older doctor suggested that the young one accompany him on his rounds, so the community could become used to a new doctor. At the first house a woman complains, “I’ve been a little sick to my stomach.” The…

Motivation is not a problem when the problem is the motivation

Source: https://yourstory.com/2017/02/the-upside-of-problems/ Here are a few ways in which problems can prove to be invaluable motivators and help you become a better person: They give candid appraisals We all like to believe that we can overcome all troubles, because we are strong, able-minded people. More importantly (or shall we say ominously), most people believe that their…

February’s Motivation Mantra!

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/ladan-soltani/februarys-motivation-mant_b_14631564.html How to stay inspired with your goals With January over us, arguably one of the toughest months of the year filled with the best intentions, you might find yourself feeling less inspired to stick to those resolutions you made, promising yourself a new healthy, mindful lifestyle for the year ahead. Let February be the…

Extrinsic vs. intrinsic motivation: what’s the difference?

Source: http://www.ntd.tv/2017/02/08/extrinsic-vs-intrinsic-motivation-whats-difference/ Motivation – a supposedly easy concept. Everyone knows what motivation is. It gives us reasons for our actions, desires and needs. But what complexity lies behind this! We still don’t quite understand why people are motivated to do something. Many theories have been created in order to explicate the mysterious nature of human motivation.…