A Crisis in IT

April 21, 2009

There lived in Nepal a person named Prashanta. Prashanta was very skilled in computers and made a lot of useful software that he used to give to his co-workers for free. His co-workers recognized his skill and used to praise him very highly, but Prashanta never seemed to be affected by their praise and would continue his simple ways.

One day there was a crisis in the IT department. They desperately needed a software for extracting images from their old database and inserting into the new one. All of them suggested Prashanta to make it and he calmly agreed and set about making it. The finished product was very professional looking and worked wonderfully.

Everyone was pleased with the software and highly praised Prashanta, but he remained unaffected by their praise and would calmly thank them. Seeing his nonchalance a friend asked him how he could be so calm and unaffected when even the CEO himself was very pleased and excited about the software. “Don’t you feel proud to have created such a fine piece of software?”, asked his friend.

To his query Prashanta replied, “I am not the doer, I am simply the medium.”

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Knowing How To Listen to Insults

March 10, 2009

In a kingdom of Arabia lived a queen called Layla. Her wisdom illuminated the land like the sun, her beauty blinded men, and her wealth was greater than any of her subjects.

One morning, her chief advisor asked to see her, and said:
“Great queen Layla! You are the wisest, most beautiful and wealthiest women in the world. But I have heard unpleasant things; some people laugh at or complain about your decisions. Why, in spite of all you have done for your subjects, are they still not content?”

The queen laughed and replied:

“Loyal advisor, you know how much I have done for my kingdom. Seven regions are under my control, and all of them have enjoyed peace and prosperity. In all the towns, the decisions of my court are just and inspired.

“I can do almost everything I wish. I can order the frontiers to be closed, the gates of the palace to be locked, the treasury coffers sealed indefinitely.

“But there is one thing I cannot do: make the people shut their mouths. It matters not what false things people say; the important thing is to continue to do that which I consider to be true.”

by Paulo Coelho

This story also applies to us, DMI. We have done everything considered to be true and worthy. Yet, we cannot avoid the negative feedback or insults! Do you need that kind of persistent power? Come join us in our upcoming life-changing event.

Installing Love

February 13, 2009

Tech Support: Yes … how can I help you?

Customer: Well, after much consideration, I’ve decided to install LOVE. Can you guide me though the process?

Tech Support: Yes. I can help you. Are you ready to proceed?

Customer: Well, I’m not very technical, but I think I’m ready. What do I do first?

Tech Support: The first step is to open your Heart. Have you located your Heart?

Customer: Yes, but there are several other programs running now. Is it okay to install Love while they are running?

Tech Support: What programs are running?

Customer: Let’s see, I have Past Hurt, Low Self-Esteem, Grudge, and Resentment running right now.

Tech Support: No problem, Love will gradually erase Past Hurt from your current operating system. It may remain in your permanent memory but it will no longer disrupt other programs. Love will eventually override Low Self-Esteem with a module of its own called High Self-Esteem. However, you have to completely turn off Grudge and Resentment. Those programs prevent Love from being properly installed. Can you turn those off?

Customer: I don’t know how to turn them off. Can you tell me how?

Tech Support: With pleasure. Go to your start menu and invoke Forgiveness. Do this as many times as necessary until Grudge and Resentment have been completely erased.

Customer: Okay, done! Love has started installing itself. Is that normal?

Tech Support: Yes, but remember that you have only the base program. You need to begin connecting to other Hearts in order to get the upgrades.

Customer: Oops! I have an error message already. It says, “Error – Program not run on external components.” What should I do?

Tech Support: Don’t worry. It means that the Love program is set up to run on Internal Hearts, but has not yet been run on your Heart. In non-technical terms, it simply means you have to Love yourself before you can Love others.

Customer: So, what should I do?

Tech Support: Pull down Self-Acceptance; then click on the following files: Forgive-Self; Realize Your Worth; and Acknowledge your Limitations.

Customer: Okay, done.

Tech Support: Now, copy them to the “My Heart” directory. The system will overwrite any conflicting files and begin patching faulty programming. Also, you need to delete Verbose Self-Criticism from all directories and empty your Recycle Bin to make sure it is completely gone and never comes back.

Customer: Got it. Hey! My heart is filling up with new files. Smile is playing on my monitor and Peace and Contentment are copying themselves all over My Heart. Is this normal?

Tech Support:  Sometimes. For others it takes awhile, but eventually everything gets it at the proper time. So LOVE is installed and running. One more thing before we hang up. LOVE is Freeware. Be sure to give it and its various modules to everyone you meet. They will in turn share it with others and return some cool modules back to you.

by MyDailyInsights.com

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Story for your New Year’s Success!

December 26, 2008

Once upon a time there was bunch of tiny frogs that arranged a running competition. The goal was to reach the top of very high tower. A big crowd had gathered around the tower to see the race and cheer on the contestants.

The race began. Honestly, no one in the crowd really believed that the tiny frogs would reach the top of tower. You heard statements such as, “They will NEVER make it to the top. Or: Not a chance that they will succeed. The tower is too high!”

The tiny frogs began collapsing, one by one, except for those, who in fresh tempo were climbing higher and higher.

The crowd continued to yell, “Its too difficult!!! No one will make it!”

More tiny frogs got tired and gave up, but one continued higher and higher and higher. This one wouldn’t give up!

At the end, everyone else had given up climbing the tower, except for one tiny frog. After a big effort, he was the only one who reached the top! THEN all the other tiny frogs naturally wanted to know how this one frog managed to do it?

A contestant asked the tiny frog how he had found the strength to succeed and reach the goal. It turned out…. that the winner was deaf!!!!

by Ravinder Singh

Never listen to other people tendencies to be negative or pessimistic…. because they take your most wonderful dreams and wishes away from you- the ones you have in your heart! Just do it! Do what you want! As our company’s name tells – Dream Makers International. It means we help you achieve your dreams. So get ready for your (financial) success from 2009 on!

Do Not Question the Search

November 18, 2008

A man was about the cross a river, when master Bibhishana came over, wrote a name on a leaf, tied it to the man’s back, and said:

“Don’t be afraid. Your faith will help you walk on the waters. But the minute you lose faith, you will drown.”

The man trusted Bibhishana, and began to walk on the waters, without any difficulty. At a certain point, he had an overwhelming desire to know what his master had written on the leaf tied to his back.

He took it and read what was written:

“Oh god Rama, help this man to cross the river.”

“Is that all?” thought the man. “And who is this god Rama, anyway?”

The moment this doubt became lodged in his mind, he was submerged and drowned in the strong current.

by Sri Ramakrishna

This story is another proof of our great mentor, Mr. Thomas How, who keeps saying: “Don’t question success.” Most of us, when facing a life guide, keep asking “why should I do this or that?”. Being curious is a pro. But being doubtful is a con. So the balance is faith. So how faithful are you to success secrets in DMI tranings?!


November 7, 2008

“The trouble with the world,” said the Master with a sigh “is that human beings refuse to grow up.”
“When can a person be said to have grown up?” asked a disciple.

“On the day he does not need to be lied to about anything.”

by Anthony de Mello, SJ, One Minute Wisdom

This philosophy sounds deep, doesn’t it? Simply put, it means we grow up when we become honest with ourselves. We don’t need to wear a “social mask” to lie about our identities. It also means we can be what we really want to be once our true potential is discovered and maximized. Let DMI unleash your potential in our training!

Keep Marketing You

October 31, 2008

Dear DMI Subscriber,

Please, every time you wish to read the full post, click the headline. It will lead you there! Enjoy:)

Rejection and job searching go hand in hand. As a writer, I can tell you something about disappointment. I had enough “reject” slips from New York publishers to start a bonfire. Then one day, an editor said, “Yes,” and my world was drastically transformed.

Ken Taylor began re-writing the Bible in a contemporary translation and had more than 60 rejections. He finally decided to self-publish “The Living Bible” and it became one of the greatest best-sellers in publishing history.

If you’re qualified for a particular job, never stop interviewing — even if you return to the same companies five or six times. Meanwhile, you need to accept an interim position to keep yourself gainfully employed. When you add lack of funds to job rejection, it’s a double-whammy. Never overlook working for a “temporary” employment agency. It gives you a chance to demonstrate your skills to a number of companies and can open some exciting doors. As a last resort, start free-lancing your skills. Who knows? You may wind up with your own business and be your own boss!

by Neil Eskelin

Most people will take “rejections” too seriously. They never think it’s just part of the learning process. From rejections, you learn at least one most important emotional skill: persistence. Surely, it takes persistence to succeed in any goal you set forth. How much are you ready for rejections or, in Khmer expressions, “thick-faced”?!