Lessons I learnt the past few days.

Catharsis is good. So are tears.

Do it yourself. No one is going to do it for you.

Keep a good distance from friends. Keeps the expectations low.

No one likes a whiner. Chances are because they never had anyone to whine to.

Smiles can do wonders.

Work smart not hard.

Little Napoleons exist in all of us. I call them misplaced egos. Exert them appropriately.

Consideration, courtesy and common sense are very uncommon. Inspite of this statement being very common.

A good carpenter and surgeon require similar acumen, dedication, and practice.

Good judgement of character comes with practice.

A day full of of hard work is better than the alternative.

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7 responses to “Lessons I learnt the past few days.

  1. Wow,you have learned so many things!!

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  2. “Keep a good distance from friends. Keeps the expectations low.” …..I agree with that one.

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  3. Abhishek:
    I am sure so do you every waking hour of your life. One just needs to pay a little more attention.

    Butterfly:
    I am glad you concur.

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  4. i have no clue what i have been doing over the last month. but mostly the opposite of what you have been saying. mostly in my head.

    missed you. but because of me really.

    hello.

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  5. “Consideration, courtesy and common sense are very uncommon. Inspite of this statement being very common.”…..this statement is very uncommon for sure šŸ˜›
    ..nice post

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  6. Thoughtcurry

    hey girl,
    joining isb this saturday. :-). How are things with you? I got waitlisted at CMU.

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  7. Phish:
    Hi! I am just happy to know you are doing some thing. Most important, where I come from. Idyllic states are not good for people like you and me. If I may say so myself.

    Rahul:
    Thanks.

    Thoughtcurry:
    Wow, this blog is blessed to have you comment over it. Thank you. Congratulations. Look forward to reading about your life in ISB. I have fond memories of people I made friends from there.

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