There Is No ‘I’ in a Team

There Is No ‘I’ in a Team We spend 90% of our lives at work. Specifically, people who work in the corporate sector, spend more time at their offices than at home. The success of a corporation is based on a very famous concept ‘there’s no ‘I’ in a team!” It is true, both literally and figuratively. The spelling of the word, ‘team’ does not accommodate the letter, ‘I’. Likewise, the values of a team promote that an individual should not put too much emphasis on themselves while they are working in a particular team especially at work. However, does this expression only apply to our work? Is this the extent of this beautiful saying? The answer is no! Let’s find out how through a real-life experience! Charles Plumb was a US fighter-jet pilot in Vietnam. Before he was shot down, he had participated in 75 combat missions. When he>>>

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There is Always a Reason

There is Always a Reason Once upon a time, in a magnificent far away land, there lived a King. He was loving and kind. He had led his kingdom through some of the most difficult times with his bravery and his wisdom. While he could be given the sole credit for his strength, the same could not be said for his wisdom. The King depended upon a wise old man who had played the role of his advisor as soon as he had clambered the throne of Kingship. Under the advice of the old man, the King had dealt with many conflicts and set-backs in his reign with ease. Although, the wise old man had always had a point in everything he said, there was a particular remark that always caught the King by surprise. Whenever anything bad happened, the old man would say, “Everything happens for a reason!” He>>>

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What now for Kevin Durant?

  Photo Credit Thunder at Wizards 2/1/14  Keith Allison – Flickr: Kevin Durant What now for Kevin Durant? Standing at 6 feet and 9 inches tall, Kevin Durant averages at 27.4 point, 7.0 rebounds and 3.7 assist per game, playing mostly as a small forward in his career. Starting as a Seattle SuperSonic in 2007, he eventually came to be as a Thunder from Oklahoma City as of 2008 till present. With more than 600 games under his belt, Kevin Durant is often described as a scoring prodigy by many including John Hollinger, as Durant often finishes as one of the leaders in NBA and winning the scoring title 4 times. Kevin Durant is an MVP Award winner and has earned All-NBA honors every season from 2009 to 2014. The Recent Loss at Western Conference Finals – NBA 2016 It was on Monday, May 31st, when Oklahoma City Thunders met>>>

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