Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.
I love reading books on Leadership and personal development. I love to enhance my knowledge and sometimes, just to get a reconfirmation of what I already know about leadership.
Among many incredible lessons, one thing I’ve come to realize is, everybody is a leader at a certain level. We all have the ability to lead ourselves and be an example for somebody else. And the good news is, we all lead.
All leadership is influence – nothing more, nothing less. ~John Maxwell [tweet this]
Everybody has some influence and that indicates the depth of their leadership. But then, why is it that some leaders can mobilize nations, and others, who have all the wisdom, all the knowledge in the world, have no influence?
I did not move my websites from GoDaddy for a long time simply because I was frightened about the effort involved in moving my websites to a new web host. I knew I needed to move out of GoDaddy if I needed to improve my website’s performance. But the fear of breaking something kept me from doing it for a long time.
Finally, when I came across the Duplicator WordPress plugin, I decided to give it a try and it was serendipity to see how easily I had just moved my website from GoDaddy to InMotion hosting. That was my first trial to move a website. It was very pleasing experience!
I have since then moved many websites from one host to another for me, for my friends and for a few of my clients. I have moved WordPress websites using Duplicator Plugin, using ManageWP (which is an excellent way to get the job done) and moving everything manually without using any external tool or service. I can tell you today, migrating your WordPress website is not as difficult as it seems.
There are two kinds of people in the world as we perceive – successful people and those who are unsuccessful. But there is a third kind which we know as ‘average people.’
Average category falls right in the middle. You can’t call them successful because when they do get there, they will move out of this category. And you can’t call them unsuccessful because they are doing okay from their perspective. Oh and by the way, they don’t like to be called average.
Often we hear some or the other major site being hacked or a sensitive database being compromised somewhere. It is scary to imagine that your website can be hacked or somebody can steal it from you.
If you remember about the recent Brute Force Attacks on WordPress websites, it was pretty bad. We had discussed about tightening the security of your website at the time in following post:
But one of the things that is not so critical as hacking of your website or a brute force attack is the challenge of comments spammers who can get you frustrated pretty quickly. In fact, it can be very frustrating for you and a lot more resource consuming process for your web server.
August 28, 2013, is the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s watershed “I Have A Dream” address delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Dr. King delivered this speech in front of an audience of over 250,000 people coming from all over the country during the March on Washington. According to Wikipedia, this speech became a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement, looking from a historical point of view.
In my previous post I had shared about some of my favorite iPhone apps. Around the same time, I also got an iPad and I’ve been using it everywhere I go. This has been such a joy to have my iPad with me everywhere I go.
So, I thought to share some of the best apps on iPad that I use on a daily basis. These 25 apps are my favorite iPad apps although some of them also available for iPhone or iPad Mini. I hope this helps you get to know some great iPad apps through my experience.
He who is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else. ―Benjamin Franklin [tweet this]
Recently, I came across a very interesting book written by a palliative nurse, Bronnie Ware. She named her book as, "The Top Five Regrets of The Dying". It is a book that touches our lives in the most relatable ways.
Ask any young kid about what they would like to be when they grow up. It's amazing to know how almost all of them will tell you about their dream of becoming top athlete, top cricketer, doctor, engineer, top spy, astronaut etc. At the same time, you will find almost none of them who will tell you that they would like to be average at anything when they grow up.