Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Did You Hug Your Child Today ?

Touch is such a powerful tools. It can soothe, give confidence and make people feel loved. Everyone needs touch especially when we got older and all the touches become scarce because of the changes around us. Babies need touch to be familiarize with their surroundings and people around them. Children need touch to assure them they are safe and loved. Teenager need touch to feel welcome and accepted. Adult need touch to feel warm and complete. Every step in our life we need to touch and be touched. 

Our sense of self is related to our sense of touch; with how we feel. We stroke our forearms; we run our fingers through our hair to relieve stress. And as we age, we need more assurance that we are loved.

Touch can help you with a lot of thing such as

Stress Reliever & It Makes You Smarter Too
Researchers at the University of Miami had people do a difficult math problem, then had them do it again after receiving a chair massage. Post-massage, subjects showed increased speed and accuracy in solving the problems as well as more pleasure in the task, thanks to the reduction of stress. Dacher Keltner, Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley, author of Born to Be Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life, discovered that athletes who frequently give each other a high five or a "good job!" pat during games do better in team sports than the ones who don't physically interact. While the flying chest bumps that pro athletes share are probably not part of your work environment, you can practice what Keltner calls "smart touch: encouraging pats on the back, friendly handshakes, and playful fist bumps."

Shift Your Mood From Bad to Better
Scientists are discovering that you don't have to touch another person to receive a sensory lift. Next time you're feeling low, cradle a steaming mug of coffee or tea in your hands. If you're like most of us, it will put you in a more generous mood; a 2008 Yale study by social psychologist John Bargh, Ph.D., showed that people tend to think more warmly of others if they're holding something warm. You could also warm up your mood by booking a massage, getting a shampoo at a salon, or meeting a friend for lunch and giving her a big hug.

Relationship Stands Better
"One of the key places we can use touch is in our families," says Hertenstein. "A lot of fathers are reluctant to hug their sons for fear of how they will be perceived. But touch increases bonding with those around us. I give my 5-year-old son a two- or three-minute back rub each night as I tell him a story." Touch may mean more to men than they let on: A 2011 study by the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction polled more than 1,000 men and their female partners in five countries about the power of touch and found that for men between the ages of 40 and 70, regular cuddling was more important than sex. The more men hugged and kissed, the happier they considered their relationships. "The most important thing is to have a frequent dose [of touch]," says Field. "Like diet and exercise, if you don't have it daily, the effects will go away."

So there you go. Touches can make the world feel better and look better. Hug your child today for starter and see how it builds much comfortable and warm relationship between the two of you. You can always pat her on the head when she's done a great job and hold her hands while you lecture her on her bad behaviour. Any how it will makes everything seems warmer, genuine and lovely. 

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

World’s Richest School Drop Out Billionaires

Ever wonder why sometimes you failed miserably. After everything you put in it and all the sacrifice you made to achieve your goals. Does it means god above hates you or you just don't have your guardian angels around ? Or maybe rationally you just a failure no matter what you do..maybe it's your destiny to fail.. 

Remember !

When you fail in your exams it doesn't mean all doors to success are close to you. There are so many brilliant minds everywhere who succeeded because they have the passion, hard working and ideas how they want to live their life and not afraid in taking chances.

Here some of the famous billionaires that drop out or never even been to school but still succeed. Mind is a powerful thing we have as a human and to expand it's potential for success is crucial.

I have nothing against education. But at times, education gives people false confidence. It makes people relax, trusting in the power of their certificates rather than in working hard.” – Rasaq Okoya

Bill Gates: He is the billionaire co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, the world largest software company. Dropped out of Harvard to focus on building Microsoft. According to Forbes magazine, Bill Gates has held the position of the world richest man for thirteen consecutive years and he not showing a sign of letting go that position.
To win big, you sometimes have to take big risks.” – Bill Gates
We were young, but we had good advice good ideas and lots of enthusiasm.” – Bill Gates
Thomas Edison: Thomas Edison was labeled dumb and scatterbrain by his school teachers but he went on to become one of the world’s greatest inventors and founded General Electric; one of the most powerful companies in the world.
 “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” – Thomas Edison
Li Ka Shing: Billionaire owner of Hutchinson Whampoa; one of the largest conglomerates in Hong Kong, with operations that span over fifty countries and more than 220,000 staff worldwide. Dropped out of school at the age of 15 and started out by selling watch bands.
The first year, I didn’t have much capital so I did everything myself. I had to keep my overhead low by learning everything about running a business, from accounting to fixing the gears of my equipment. I really started from scratch.” – Li Ka Shing
Richard Branson: Best known for his adventurous spirit and outrageous business tactics. He dropped out of school at the age of 16 to start his first successful business venture; Student Magazine, bought his own 79-acre Caribbean island when he was just 24 and he was knighted in 1999. He is the billionaire founder of the Virgin brand and its 360 companies. His companies include the famous Virgin Atlantic Airways.
 “I wanted to be an editor or journalist. I wasn’t really interested in becoming an entrepreneur, but I soon found I had to become an entrepreneur in order to keep my magazine going.” – Richard Branson
Michael Dell: He dropped out of college at the age of 19 to start PC’s Limited; later renamed Dell Computers Inc. Dell became the most profitable PC manufacturer in the world making Michael Dell a billionaire.
    “I had to give it a full go and see what happened.” – Michael Dell
Steve Jobs: Billionaire co-founder of Apple Inc and Pixar; dropped out of Reed College to start Apple

Henry Ford: This automobile billionaire was born in abject poverty. He never saw the four walls of school but he went on to build Ford Motor Company and become one of the richest men that ever lived.
 “Thinking is the hardest work to do, that’s why so few people are engaged in it.” – Henry Ford
 Walt Disney: Walt, regarded as the most influential animator because of his creativity with cartoons. He dropped out of high school at 16 and founded Walt Disney; a company which now has an annual revenue of about $30billion.
If you can dream it, you can do it.” – Walt Disney
Ray Kroc: Billionaire Ray Kroc never saw the four walls of school and spent most of his life working as a salesman. He bought McDonald’s in 1961 for $2.7m and grew it into a multi billion dollar company.
Press on. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.” – Ray Kroc
Ingvar Kamprad: Billionaire founder of IKEA. He dropped out of high school at the age of 17 to start IKEA; now the top home furniture retailer in the world, with over 90,000 employees working in its 200-plus stores, and annual revenues in excess of $10 billion.
 “I’m not afraid of turning 80 and I have lots of things to do. I don’t have time for dying.” – Ingvar Kamprad
Carl Lindner: Billionaire investor and founder of United Dairy Farmers. He dropped out of high school at the age of 14 to deliver milk for his family diary.

Simon Cowell: Famous for his involvement in American Idols, he dropped out of school at age 16 and started his own record label “Fanfare” at the age of 23.
Good is not enough; you’ve got to be great.” – Simon Cowell
Mary Kay Ash: Founder of Mary Kay Inc and best known as the most outstanding business woman in the 20th century. Mary never saw the four walls of school.
When you reach an obstacle, turn it into an opportunity. You have the choice. You can overcome and be a winner, or you can allow it to overcome you and be a loser. The choice is yours and yours alone. Refuse to throw in the towel. Go that extra mile that failures refuse to travel. It is far better to be exhausted from success than to be rested from failure.” – Mary Kay Ash
Coco Chanel: Fashion magnate and founder of the Coco Chanel brand, she never saw the four walls of school.

Andrew Carnegie: Founder of Carnegie Steel Company and one of the richest men that ever lived. Born in abject poverty, Andrew never saw the four walls of school.
I shall argue that strong men conversely know when to compromise and that all principles can be compromised to serve a greater purpose.” – Andrew Carnegie

Giorgio Armani: Billionaire founder of the fashion brand; Giorgio Armani S.P.A. Dropped out of medical school at the University of Bologna because he couldn’t stand the sight of blood.
Remain true to yourself and your philosophy.” – Giorgio Armani
Asa Candler: Founder of the Billionaire company and world’s most popular brand; Coca Cola. He dropped out of school at the age of 10.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

The Importance of Respect

Being a mum is one thing but gaining respect from your kids is another. 

It can be difficult to be a great role model, 

a loving mum and also someone your kids respect.

Here are a few tips on how to be someone your kids look up to.

Remember that respect is earned

If your kids play up or are disrespectful to you, do not show them the same respect you would if they were behaving. Respect is earned and becomes worthless if it is dished out regardless of behaviour. However, this means that you cannot simply ignore your child and good behaviour needs to be rewarded. They will soon realise there is a pattern and you will give them the respect they deserve when they will strive to receive it. There is nothing better to a child than gaining the respect of an adult.

Respect your children

Listen to their ideas, views and opinions and let them have their say, even if you don’t agree with them. By showing them respect, you are treating them how you would like to be treated. Even the youngest of children will appreciate this and start to respect you as you do them.

Be patient and mature

Kids don’t know any better when they are younger and will try to push the boundaries when they are older. If they are being disrespectful or difficult, make sure you don’t stoop to their level by being unreasonable back. This will only cause more problems. Unless you set a good example they will never learn to respect you.

Treat people around you with respect

This is probably the most important way to teach your children respect. We all have disagreements with our partners, but never be disrespectful to them in front of your children. Otherwise the kids will think this is an OK way to behave. Whatever problems you have going on in the background, always put on a united front and show your children that you treat one another with dignity and respect. This goes for all family members. Growing up in a respectful household does wonders for children's temperament, views and morals and they learn by watching their parents treat each other well, even if they have separated.

Don't break your promise

Another way to gain respect from your kids is to follow through with your promises and also, your threats. If you have promised your child an ice cream in the park if he does his homework and then say you are too busy, you will immediately lose the respect of that child. However, by following through he will learn that you will do everything you say, within reason, even if it means he does indeed get no tea after a tantrum! Being consistent with rules and praising is a fundamental key to gaining respect and will teach him to be the same with other people.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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