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Wisdom Quotes

You can’t overcome fear by thinking about it. Face it head on.
If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy. (Dale Carnegie)
If you don’t know, listen to those who do and learn.
Know or listen to those who know. (Baltasar Gracian)


Sockdolagersahk-DOL-e-jərPart of speech: nounOrigin: American English, mid 19th century
1An exceptional person or thing.2A forceful blow.
Examples of Sockdolager in a sentence “All of the nominees tonight are well-accomplished sockdolagers.” “The car door hit Randy with a sockdolager that knocked the wind out of him.”

The universal forces of sound and rhythm enhance thought and feeling | Aeon Essays

You can train yourself to find disgusting things less gross | Psyche Ideas

Amid the chaos of being, Nietzsche believed that plants offer us inspiration for living | Aeon Videos

11TH AND 12TH APRIL 2021

National Safe Motherhood Day – 11 April

National Safe Motherhood day

This day is observed to raise awareness about proper healthcare for women, and about maternity facilities for pregnant and lactating women.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: Busting myths about what a pregnant woman can and cannot do
  • Infographic idea: These countries offer the best maternity and paternity leave
  • Video idea: Is the biological clock even real?
  • Podcast idea: Addressing the stigma against women who choose to adopt

International Day of Human Space Flight – 12 April

This day is celebrated to commemorate the first human space flight by Yuri Gagarin.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: X Ways to make your child interested in the wonders of space
  • Infographic idea: X Female astronauts who continue to inspire young women
  • Video idea: This is how food for space is prepared
  • Podcast idea: Space travel conspiracies that will keep you up all night

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: X Hemophilia myths and facts you might not be aware of
  • Infographic idea: Rare blood disorders you should know about
  • Video idea: How do blood disorders affect men and women differently?
  • Podcast idea: Here’s how social media can help people with rare illnesses

Seasoned Nuts Quotable

“This war did not spring up on our land, this war was brought upon us by the children of the Great Father who came to take our land without a price, and who, in our land, do a great many evil things… This war has come from robbery – from the stealing of our land.” – Spotted Tail



“Most people don’t grow up. It’s too damn difficult. What happens is most people get older. That’s the truth of it. They honor their credit cards, they find parking spaces, they marry, they have the nerve to have children, but they don’t grow up. Not really. They get older. But to grow up costs the earth, the earth. It means you take responsibility for the time you take up, for the space you occupy. It’s serious business. And you find out what it costs us to love and to lose, to dare and to fail. And maybe even more, to succeed.”

— Maya Angelou

In sleep the body is a channel to communicate with the dreaming mind | Aeon Essays

Craft your own renaissance with tips from Boccaccio’s Decameron | Psyche Ideas

Meet the British bouncer in LA on an expired visa who has no time for immigrants | Aeon Videos


WinkleWINK-əlPart of speech: verbOrigin: British, late 16th century
1Extract or obtain something with difficulty.2(Noun) A small herbivorous shore-dwelling mollusk with a spiral shell.
Examples of Winkle in a sentence “The interrogator was used to winkling confessions out of the most hard boiled subjects.” “The dock and side of the boat was freckled with winkles and barnacles.”

Seasoned Nuts Quotable

“I’ve come to learn there is a virtuous cycle to transparency and a very vicious cycle of obfuscation.” — Jeff Weiner

“Transparency is all about letting in and embracing new ideas, new technology and new approaches. No individual, entity or agency, no matter how smart, how old, or how experienced, can afford to stop lea

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is Stupid Pet Tricks Day? Celebrate David Letterman’s birthday by teaching your dog or cat — or whatever you may have! — a stupid pet trick. Letterman, a late-night TV host, comedian, writer, and producer, was born on this day in 1947 in Indianapolis, Indiana.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“I have found that the only thing that does bring you happiness is doing something good for somebody who is incapable of doing it for themselves.”

— David Letterman

Identity…. by Seth Godin

* Identity is often used against us [ https://feeds.feedblitz.com/~/648954836/0/sethsblog/posts~Identity-is-often-used-against-us/ ]

Identity feels permanent, powerful, emotional and fragile.

Identity has been used to unite college alumni (“we are!”), political factions and groups of all kinds.

Criticism is not in short supply, especially lately, and criticism aimed at us, at our core self, is particularly hurtful.

“I don’t like you,” is hard to wrestle with.

That’s why ad hominem attacks on appearance and other permanent attributes we all have are so difficult to live with.

But “you” is not the car you drive, the kind of wine you drink or how you feel about a certain issue in our society. Those are choices. Those are tastes. Those can be changed.

When I say I don’t like your idea, I’m not saying that I don’t like you. And if we’ve been persuaded by marketers and politicians that everything we do and say is our identity, then it gets very difficult to learn, to accept useful feedback and to change.

Evolving our choices and our tastes is part of being human. Establishing your identity as someone who is not static, open to change and eager for better makes it far easier to engage in a world where some would prefer us to do precisely the opposite.


Did you know…

… that today is Chocolate for Health Day? In 2000, studies revealed that cocoa beans contain large amounts of natural antioxidants that help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. But then us chocolate lovers around the world already knew that! Now go out and celebrate today by… eating some chocolate! 😉


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“There will always be some sort of challenge you must face every day and some may be harder than others. Don’t let any tough day make you feel any weaker because your strength is what brought you to where you are today. You’ve come a long way. Be proud.”

— Roger Lee

Wisdom Quotes

If you can’t be the light in the shadows, be the gem that refracts the light all around.
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. (Edith Wharton)
Those who love you will come back to you even if you let them go.
If you love someone, set them free. If they come back they’re yours; if they don’t they never were. (Richard Bach)

Seasoned Nuts Quotable

Our decisions about transportation determine much more than where roads or bridges or tunnels or rail lines will be built. They determine the connections and barriers that people will encounter in their daily lives – and thus how hard or easy it will be for people to get where they need and want to go. — Elijah Cummings

When the mind is dark, making art is a thrilling way to see | Psyche Ideas

Solving chronic pain via the kitchen, not the medicine cabinet | Psyche Ideas

Algorithms are sensitive. People are specific. We should exploit their respective strengths | Aeon Videos

Time dilates and people flow in and out of each other in a hallucinatory urban commute | Aeon Videos

True gratitude is a communal emotion, not a wellness practice | Psyche Ideas

Does consciousness come from the brain’s electromagnetic field? | Aeon Essays

Saturday 10th April

Did you know…

… that today is Prevent Cruelty to Animals Day? In 1866, the ASPCA was founded on this date by Henry Bergh when he received a charter from the state of New York. ASPCA was the first humane society in the U.S. Celebrate today – and every day – by being kind to all animals.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson


Heuristichyoo-RIS-tikPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Greek, early 19th century
1Enabling a person to discover or learn something for themselves.2A heuristic process or method.
Examples of Heuristic in a sentence “The pottery professor’s heuristic technique helped students discover their own sculpting style.” “This heuristic will help interested parties become better writers.”

Wisdom Quotes

If you’re going through a rough time, keep going until you reach the end.
If you’re going through hell, keep going. (Winston Churchill)
It isn’t what happens that matters, but how you respond to it.
Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it. (Lou Holtz)


Synecdochesə-NEK-də-keePart of speech: nounOrigin: Late Middle English, 1350s
1A figure of speech in which a part is made to represent the whole or vice versa.
Examples of Synecdoche in a sentence “The team’s full name is the Jacksonville Jaguars, but they are often referred to by the synecdoche, “Jaguars.”” “The brand manager decided that the maple leaf logo could serve as a synecdoche for the tourism committee.”

Wisdom Quotes

If you’re going through a rough time, keep going until you reach the end.
If you’re going through hell, keep going. (Winston Churchill)
It isn’t what happens that matters, but how you respond to it.
Life is ten percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it. (Lou Holtz)


Inosculatein-AHS-kə-laytPart of speech: verbOrigin: Latin, late 17th century
1Join by intertwining or fitting closely together.
Examples of Inosculate in a sentence “The two trees had grown so closely together that they were inosculated.” “The toymakers shaped the product so that the pieces would inosculate while stored.”


3-2-1 Newsletter by James Clear“The most wisdom per word of any newsletter on the web.”

3-2-1: Pushing yourself, listening, and a simple rule for life and work

read onJAMESCLEAR.COM | APRIL 8, 2021

Happy 3-2-1 Thursday,

Here are 3 ideas, 2 quotes, and 1 question to consider this week…

3 Ideas From Me


“A simple rule for life and work:

Don’t rush, but don’t wait.

Thoughtful action.”

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“Your life is purchased by where you spend your attention.”

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“The Process:

1) Decide what you want to achieve.
2) Try different ways of achieving it until you find one that works for you.
3) Do more of what works. Do less of what doesn’t.
4) Don’t stop doing it until it stops working.
5) Repeat.”

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2 Quotes From Others


Artificial intelligence researcher Eliezer Yudkowsky on pushing yourself:

“If you never fail, you’re only trying things that are too easy and playing far below your level… If you can’t remember any time in the last six months when you failed, you aren’t trying to do difficult enough things.”

Source: Inadequate Equilibria (Chapter 7)


Documentary filmmaker Valarie Kaur on listening:

“Deep listening is an act of surrender. We risk being changed by what we hear.

When I really want to hear another person’s story, I try to leave my preconceptions at the door and draw close to their telling. I am always partially listening to the thoughts in my own head when others are speaking, so I consciously quiet my thoughts and begin to listen with my senses.

Empathy is cognitive and emotional—to inhabit another person’s view of the world is to feel the world with them. But I also know that it’s okay if I don’t feel very much for them at all. I just need to feel safe enough to stay curious.

The most critical part of listening is asking what is at stake for the other person. I try to understand what matters to them, not what I think matters. Sometimes I start to lose myself in their story. As soon as I notice feeling unmoored, I try to pull myself back into my body, like returning home. As Hannah Arendt says, ‘One trains one’s imagination to go visiting.’ When the story is done, we must return to our skin, our own worldview, and notice how we have been changed by our visit.”

Source: See No Stranger

1 Question For You

What do I keep coming back to? What is that telling me?

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James Clear
Author of the million-copy bestseller, Atomic Habits
Creator of the 
Habit Journal

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is the San Diego Chicken’s Birthday? In 1974, Ted Giannoulas debuted as the San Diego Chicken. Giannoulas took a job for a radio station in 1974 to dress up as a chicken and deliver Easter eggs at the San Diego Zoo. He did such a good job that the radio station asked him to appear in the same outfit at a San Diego Padres game. The rest is history.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Observe and learn instead of react and respond. Everything doesn’t need your reaction. Conserve your energy for what matters.”

— Author Unknown


Did you know…

… that today is Japanese Flower Festival (Hana Matsuri) Day? This Japanese festival celebrates the birth of Siddhartha Gautama. “Hana” means “flower” in Japanese, and “matsuri” means “festival,” so Hana Matsuri means “flower festival.”


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“It is hard to let old beliefs go. They are familiar. We are comfortable with them and have spent years building systems and developing habits that depend on them. Like a man who has worn eyeglasses so long that he forgets he has them on, we forget that the world looks to us the way it does because we have become used to seeing it that way through a particular set of lenses. Today, however, we need new lenses. And we need to throw the old ones away.”

— Kenichi Ohmae

Marshall Goldsmith Newsletter

My mission is simple. I want to help successful people achieve positive, lasting change in behavior; for themselves, their people, and their teams. I want to help you make your life a little better. Thank you for subscribing! Life is good.

How Do You Know Someone Will Do a Great Job?

The next time you are working on a project, ask yourself, “What would happen to my level of commitment, if I knew that I was only going to be paid if I achieved results?”

Marshall GoldsmithApr 8

As an executive coach, I have a unique compensation system – I only get paid if my clients get better. “Better” means my clients achieve positive, measurable change in behavior, not as judged by themselves but by their key stakeholders. This process usually takes about 18 months and involves an average of 16 stakeholders.

My coaching approach has been described in several major publications, such as Forbes and The New Yorker. I have been asked many times where I came up with this “pay only for results” idea. The answer is from Dennis Mudd, who was my boss 43 years ago.

Growing up in Valley Station, Ky., my family was poor. Dad operated a small, two-pump gas station. The roof on our home was very old and starting to leak badly. We had no choice but to get a new roof, although this would be a painful expenditure for us. Dad hired Dennis Mudd to put on the roof. In order for us to save some money, I worked as his assistant.

Putting on a roof in the middle of the summer in Kentucky is incredibly hard work. I never have done another job (before or since) that required this degree of physical exertion. I was amazed at the care Mr. Mudd put into the laying of the shingles. He was patient with me as I made mistakes and helped me learn how to do the job right. After a while, my attitude toward this project changed from “grudging acceptance” to “pride in a job well-done.” In spite of the heat and pain,

I looked forward to working with Mr. Mudd every day.
When the project was finally over, I thought the roof looked great. When Mr. Mudd presented my Dad with the invoice for our work, he said quietly, “Bill, please take your time and inspect our work. If you feel that this roof meets your standards, pay us. If not, there is no charge for our work.” It was obvious, he was very serious in his request.

Dad carefully looked at the roof, thanked both of us for a job well-done and then paid Mr. Mudd, who then paid me for my help.

I will never forget watching Mr. Mudd when he asked Dad to only pay for results. He wasn’t kidding – he was dead serious, and my respect for Mr. Mudd skyrocketed. I was only 14 years old, but I will never forget this event. I knew the Mudd family. They didn’t have any more money that we did. I thought, “Mr. Mudd may be poor, but he is not cheap. This guy has class. When I grow up, I want to be like Dennis Mudd.”

Although I have received many honors for my work, I doubt I will ever match the dedication to quality and the integrity Mr. Mudd showed. In the past 29 years, I have not gotten paid on a few assignments and have never asked for money I felt was undeserved. Financially, how much has this hurt me? At the time, it caused me some pain and embarrassment, but I knew I was still going to have a very prosperous life.

How much would not getting paid have hurt Mr. Mudd? A lot. Not paying him would have meant that his family would not be eating very well for the next couple of months. This sacrifice didn’t matter, though. His pride and integrity were more important than money.

Mr. Mudd never gave any pep talks about quality or values. He didn’t use any fancy buzzwords such as “empowerment” or “customer delight.” He didn’t have to – his actions communicated his values better than any buzzwords he might have used.

We can all learn a lot from this man. The next time you are working on a project, ask yourself, “What would happen to my level of commitment, if I knew that I was only going to be paid if I achieved results?”

How would your behavior change?

What if someone said this to you, “I don’t want you to pay me unless you are 100% satisfied with the results.”

Wouldn’t you know that person was going to do the best job they could for you?
Mr. Mudd taught me a lesson I will try to live up to for the rest of my life. What is important is not how much he impressed me. What is much more important is that he could look with pride at the person he saw in the mirror every day.

Thank you for reading! I hope this is helpful to you and those around you.

Life is good. Marshall.

World Homeopathy Awareness Week – 10-16 April 2021

World Homeopathy Awareness Week – 10-16 April 2021

This week is a celebration of homeopaths and those who have been healed with homeopathy.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: What are the arguments against homeopathy?
  • Infographic idea: Studying the composition of homeopathic pills
  • Video idea: How do homeopathic pills work on the body?
  • Podcast idea: How can you stay open to alternative forms of treatment?

Check this out from The Times of India – This is how UDA treats it’s Strategic partners .

In unusual move, US navy conducts operation near Lakshadweep without India’s consent
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Wisdom Quotes

It’s more dangerous to have education and lack common sense than it is to have common sense and lack education.
It is a thousand times better to have common sense without education than to have education without common sense. (Robert Green Ingersoll)
We all die, but not all of us will truly live.
Every man dies. Not every man really lives. (William Wallace)


Staccatostə-KA-dohPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Italian, 1715
1Consisting of a series of sounds that are each sharply separated from the others.2A series of short, sharply separated sounds or words.
Examples of Staccato in a sentence “It was hard to work with the staccato of the nail gun in the background.” “Kim’s heels made a sharp staccato against the tile as she hurried down the hallway.”

The Bonniest Scottish Words to Add to Your Vocabulary | Word Genius

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If you’ve ever met someone with a true Scottish brogue, you’ll know that it’s often quite difficult to understand him or her even if you’re a native English speaker. Perhaps part of the problem stems from the fact that the Scots pepper quite a few uniquely Scottish words into conversation. Try a few of these Scottish terms in your best burr.


Remember this word (pronounced KOO-thee) for its relation to the words “cozy” and “couch.” It only makes sense that couthy means a comfortable place or a warm, friendly person.


Travelers might potentially end up at a couthy howff since howff (howf) is a beloved meeting place like a neighborhood pub.


While at the pub, folks might have a blether (BLEH-thuh) with a friend. Blether means to gossip and catch up — typically over a cup of tea or a pint of beer.


A splinter or sliver of wood is referred to as a skelf. A “shelf” could also be called a skelf, according to a Scotsman.


Get tangled up in something, and you’ve fankled it. It can also be used as a noun. For example, getting involved in a debate over what a Scotsman said would be a fankle.


glaikit (GLAY-kit) is a Scottish insult. To call someone a glaikit, means they’re stupid, foolish, or thoughtless. Use this word sparingly!


To enjoy hearty plate of haggis means you’re eating scran — a dish of sustenance in Scotland.


A number of Scottish words are cousins to English words. Keek rhymes with “peek” and has a similar meaning. It means to stealthily peep at someone or something.


Gallus is similar to the word “gallant” and both words refer to something bold and daring.


Scotland (and the United Kingdom in general) is particularly known for its gloomy, overcast weather. When the sky is grey, call it dreich (dreekh).


Good luck flying under the radar in Scotland. A particularly recognizable or conspicuous person is known as kenspeckle.


This word is pronounced like “brah” and refers to anything exceptionally nice. For example, visit your bro’s new apartment and say the view is braw. If something’s beyond great, it’s “pure barry.”


Rhyming with “puddle,” this verb refers to fishing with your hands under stones or along the banks of a stream.


Telling someone he or she doesn’t look well generally isn’t a nice comment to make. At least if you say he or she looks a little peely-wally, it softens the blow.


Remember the boggart from “Harry Potter”? A bog is a type of a swamp, so use this word to describe anything filthy or disgusting.


Combine crazy, rage, rambunctious, and even unfair and you’ve got radge, which can be applied to both a person or a situation.

Haud Yer Wheesht

Mamas will chide their children with this admonishment that essentially means “be quiet.”


Did you know…

… that today is Festival of Pure Brightness Day? This Chinese festival celebrates the pure brightness of inner life. At this time of year, the weather has begun to turn warm, and the earth is once again covered with green. People love to go to the outskirts of cities to walk on the grass, fly kites, and appreciate the beauty of spring. Celebrate your own pure brightness today!


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“Don’t forget how badly you once wanted what you have now.”

— Author Unknown

7th April 2021

Fixed days – April 2021: 

World Health Day – 7 April

World day of health

This day seeks to bring to light different issues and concerns related to healthcare.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: X Health insurance terms you should be aware of
  • Infographic idea: Gym vs. Nutrition: Which is more important?
  • Video idea: Here’s what it feels like talking to a therapist for the first time
  • Podcast idea: How has COVID-19 shaped the future of healthcare?

Brand campaign that worked:

This video by ICICI Lombard challenged everyone to #DoTheDifficult by exercising and taking care of their health not only for themselves, but also for the sake of their loved ones.

Best Quotes of the day

Abraham Lincoln“Tact is the ability to describe others as they see themselves.”

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via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/abraham-lincoln-quotesCharles Lamb“Here cometh April again, and as far as I can see the world hath more fools in it than ever.”

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via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/charles-lamb-quotesLeo Buscaglia“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”

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via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/leo-buscaglia-quotesNathaniel Hawthorne“A pure hand needs no glove to cover it.”

via Today’s Quote https://ift.tt/307uwMn April 04, 2021 at 10:57AM
via RSS Feed https://www.brainyquote.com/authors/nathaniel-hawthorne-quotesAndy Warhol“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”

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FettlefedlPart of speech: nounOrigin: Late Middle English, 1300s
1Condition.2Make or repair (something).
Examples of Fettle in a sentence “Despite being over a decade old, the biplane remained in fine fettle.” “Since Mark had experience with repairing manual vehicles, he was put in charge of fettling the old Chevy.”

17 Powerfully Inspiring Quotes From Ruth Bader Ginsburg | Inc.com

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Editor’s note: This piece was first published in January 12, 2019. It was updated on September 21, 2020, after Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg became just the second female U.S. Supreme Court justice when she took the oath of office on August 10, 1993. She faced workplace discrimination in the 1960s despite graduating first in her class at Columbia Law School in 1959. Ginsburg was a longtime, forceful advocate of women’s rights and gender equality, and she earned the deep and abiding respect of her colleagues on the Court along with the American public. She died at the age of 87 on Friday, September 18, 2020.

For years, she shrugged off suggestions that she retire as she fought against a variety of illnesses and injuries, including colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, fracturing three ribs after a fall in her office, and surgery to remove cancerous growths in her left lung. Despite these setbacks, Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG for short) rejected the idea of stepping down from her position–perhaps inspired by Justice John Paul Stevens, who didn’t retire until he was 90 years old.

Ginsburg is a powerful example of someone who lived her beliefs and wasn’t afraid to voice them. Here are 17 RBG quotes that will inspire your success in business and in life.

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1. “Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.”

2. “So often in life, things that you regard as an impediment turn out to be great, good fortune.”

3. “Reacting in anger or annoyance will not advance one’s ability to persuade.”

4. “When a thoughtless or unkind word is spoken, best tune out.”

5. “Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”

6. “You can’t have it all, all at once.”

7. “I’m a very strong believer in listening and learning from others.”

8. “In the course of a marriage, one accommodates the other.”

9. “In every good marriage, it helps sometimes to be a little deaf.”

10. “A gender line … helps to keep women not on a pedestal, but in a cage.”

11. “If you want to be a true professional, do something outside yourself.”

12. “Reading is the key that opens doors to many good things in life. Reading shaped my dreams, and more reading helped me make my dreams come true.”

13. “Don’t be distracted by emotions like anger, envy, resentment. These just zap energy and waste time.”

14. “You can disagree without being disagreeable.”

15. “If you have a caring life partner, you help the other person when that person needs it. I had a life partner who thought my work was as important as his, and I think that made all the difference for me.”

16. “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn’t be that women are the exception.”

17. “I would like to be remembered as someone who used whatever talent she had to do her work to the very best of her ability.”Inc. helps entrepreneurs change the world.

Get the advice you need to start, grow, and lead your business today. Subscribe here for unlimited access.JAN 12, 2019The opinions expressed here by Inc.com columnists are their own, not those of Inc.com.

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is The Poetry of Love Day? In 1327, in the French city of Avignon, the poet Petrarch fell in love with Laura, the love of his life. Petrarch is often called the “Father of Humanism.” Petrarch’s sonnets were admired and imitated throughout Europe during the Renaissance and became a model for lyrical poetry.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“A chip on the shoulder is too heavy a piece of baggage to carry through life.”

— John Hancock

6th April 2021

Fixed days – April 2021: 

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace – 6 April

International day of Sports

This day commemorates the power of sport to drive social change, community development, and to foster peace and understanding.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: How can women counter the stigma associated with playing sports?
  • Infographic idea: X Best sports clubs across the world
  • Video idea: X Sporting moments that have bridged divisions between countries
  • Podcast idea: How can sports foster diplomacy on a global scale?

This day seeks to bring to light different issues and concerns related to healthcare.

Content marketing ideas:

  • Listicle idea: X Health insurance terms you should be aware of
  • Infographic idea: Gym vs. Nutrition: Which is more important?
  • Video idea: Here’s what it feels like talking to a therapist for the first time
  • Podcast idea: How has COVID-19 shaped the future of healthcare?

Brand campaign that worked:

This video by ICICI Lombard challenged everyone to #DoTheDifficult by exercising and taking care of their health not only for themselves, but also for the sake of their loved ones.

Truth is a Constant

Truth is a constant.

We exist as vibrations. Inspiration requires exploration.

Dogma is born in the gap where consciousness has been excluded.

Our conversations with other adventurers have led to an ennobling of pseudo-powerful consciousness. Reality has always been overflowing with warriors whose hearts are opened by freedom. We are in the midst of a magical blossoming of intuition that will align us with the quantum soup itself.

How should you navigate this sublime biosphere? The nexus is calling to you via atomic ionization. Can you hear it? Although you may not realize it, you are Vedic.

Eons from now, we travellers will dream like never before as we are guided by the cosmos. Parvati will give us access to mystical fulfillment. The uprising of grace is now happening worldwide.

Synchronicity is the driver of serenity.

Without rejuvenation, one cannot vibrate. You may be ruled by dogma without realizing it. Do not let it sabotage the deeper meaning of your journey. Where there is pain, potential cannot thrive.


“According to this law [the law of Dharma], you have a unique talent and a unique way of expressing it. There is something that you can do better than anyone else in the whole world–and for every unique talent and unique expression of that talent, there are also unique needs. When these needs are matched with the creative expression of your talent, that is the spark that creates affluence. Expressing your talents to fulfill needs creates unlimited wealth and abundance.”
– Deepak Chopra


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1A docked tail of a horse or dog.2Cut short; abbreviated.
Examples of Bobtail in a sentence “NOUN: The Australian Sheepdog has a natural, genetic bobtail.” “ADJECTIVE: We had longer plans but the weather bobtailed our date.”

I read this somewhere… don’t know where…

We heal, we self-actualize, we are reborn.

Nothing is impossible. Curiosity is a constant.

We exist as sub-atomic particles.

The paradigm shift of gratitude is now happening worldwide. Gaia will give us access to unified life-force. It is in deepening that we are reborn.

Only a traveller of the quantum cycle may release this rekindling of love. You may be ruled by materialism without realizing it. Do not let it eliminate the deeper meaning of your mission. Ego is born in the gap where manna has been excluded.

Yes, it is possible to eradicate the things that can sabotage us, but not without healing on our side. The complexity of the present time seems to demand a deepening of our hearts if we are going to survive. We can no longer afford to live with selfishness.

Grace requires exploration.

The galaxy is full of sub-atomic particles. To navigate the path is to become one with it. This life is nothing short of an awakening unifying of ancient power.

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today, besides being Easter in many parts of the world, is the birthday of Maya Angelou? Born Marguerite Annie Johnson on April 4, 1928, in St. Louis, Missouri, Maya was a civil rights activist, poet, and award-winning author known for her acclaimed 1969 memoir, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, and her numerous poetry and essay collections. Maya always believed that “we are more alike than unalike.” Thank you, Maya.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“If you’re always trying to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be.”

— Maya Angelou

Oliver Cromwell.

Oliver Cromwell.
In his Speech on 20-4-1653 , says addressing the British Parliament :
” Is there a single Virtue now remaining amongst you. ? Is there one Vice you do not possess. ?You have no more Religion than my Horse. Gold is your God, which of you have not bartered your conscience for bribes ?. Is there a man amongst you that has the least care for the good of the commonwealth. ?”