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5 Leadership Lessons: Leading Any Team to Success

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Fistitude is a fable about a basketball team at a small private high school that is struggling through a rough season.

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Muhd Khairin Spoonerism's insight:

I see that you need to choose your own journey and not make people choose your path and your words can be weopons of destruction or it can help yourself

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Cassandra Woo's curator insight, June 23, 2013 1:08 PM

As when with work, many people wait to be discovered or recognized and they find themselves in a position in which they feel others don’t see their true worth and potential. As a result, their career may not go as expected, and they tend to believe that their circumstances are someone else’s fault. This leads to a certain frustration they constantly feel, and this frustration, as quoted, “is a symptom of higher aspirations”, which causes people to realize that they need a turning point in their lives. This desire to obtain results and the dissatisfaction they feel would lead them to the realization of reaching greater possibilities through taking practical approaches in changing their mindset or given actions. 

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Racism is a white man's invention: Indians may be bigoted, prejudiced and ... - Daily Mail

Racism is a white man's invention: Indians may be bigoted, prejudiced and ... - Daily Mail | Possibilities And  Conflict and Prejudice( Khairin) | Scoop.it
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Racism is a white man's invention: Indians may be bigoted, prejudiced and ...
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This is what the piece said: "Though rarely racist, Britons are exceptionally hostile to immigration - more so than Germans, French or the Dutch.

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Muhd Khairin Spoonerism's insight:

This article tells me that if you are person who is from a different race and are living in india that 43 percent of the people in india will not want to be your neighbour.This also tells me that india is the 2nd most racist country in the world.The racism in india is maybe caused by the British when they were under there rule.During that time a guy that was knocked down at the Notting Hill carnival by a white lout,who then proceeded to label me 'a lil brown *%?#.' by a britsh person.I wonder whether racism could be decreased or better be gone. 


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Teo J-lyn's curator insight, July 3, 2013 3:31 AM

India is the world's second-most racist country after Jordan. I think that people should be more accepting towards other races,their languages as well as their religion and not be prejudice. It do not matter what colour we are, as we are all humans, and have blood flowing in us. I wonder if racism will continue and is the government going to do anything about it . Racism had also become a serious issue.

Seamus Ong's curator insight, July 5, 2013 8:55 AM

This is my insight using the see-think-wonder routine. From this article I can see that people are being judged by the colour of their skin, accent and other stuff. I see that most races are being judged based on what the minority from the race does like how some act or talk in public and based on that, other racial groups are under the impression that all people of that certain race is like that and they thus sterotype or generalise everyone belonging to that race. this article makes me think that racism is a big problem and one of the main causes of conflict in multienthnic societies like racial riots. I wonder if racism will ever stop.

Asha Begum's curator insight, July 6, 5:20 AM

Treating the Indians in this way is not right. White men should change their perception of Indian people. Racism should stop because it is not fair to be prejudiced. 

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Success Story of Adolf Dassler, the Founder of Adidas

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Adolf Dassler was the founder of the World’s second biggest sportswear manufacturing company Adidas. His father Christoph worked in a shoe factory and mother ran a laundry service.

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Muhd Khairin Spoonerism's insight:
I see That the founder of Adidas Adolf dassler was from a poor family and that he wanted create a athelatic shoe brand company with his brother the founder of puma Rudolf Dassler but after several years of conflict they separated.I think that he felt that the shoe company was not going to be a success and he pushed on and created more shoes.I wonder whether i thought that his brand would be a success
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Thinesh Kannan's curator insight, July 1, 2013 6:05 AM

I can see that Adolf Dassler, the founder of Adidas, was from a poor family and worked really hard because of his passion. His father worked in a shoe factory and mother ran a laundry service. He has been trained as a cobbler from a very early age and he loved experimenting with innovative designs and ideas. He split up with his brother after working in a company together. I wonder why he would split with his brother as they had been working together for so long.

Gautam's curator insight, July 2, 2013 9:08 AM

I think that Adolf Hassler worked really hard because of his passion of shoes and sportswear. It also tells me that you do not need to be rich to be a founder of a major sportswear company.

Evelynkoh's curator insight, July 5, 2013 11:34 AM

Since young , i have believed in a saying that everyone born has a mission to accomplish and that it'll only be accomplished when you work hard for it. Its like a mission and that no matter where or when are you born , the mission will also have to be accomplished before you return to where you came from. Some say , passion , faith and hope is what pushes people on to step up and continue what they're doing and fighting for. You'll have to set a goal for yourself and work hard to accomplish it , find motivations along the way and encourage yourself to keep on going as you may never know what might happen next , you might be just a few steps to your dream, Nothing is impossible as long as you try, Learn from your mistakes and never make them again , learn from it and change along the way , make it better and when time comes , you'll never know how all these bits and pieces in life has helped you gained so much experience and memories that will last a lifetime. Work for your dream , you'll definitely succeed someday in the future, Never give up no matter how hard the road is.

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From rags to riches: Singapore’s success stories | Five Stars And a Moon

From rags to riches: Singapore’s success stories | Five Stars And a Moon | Possibilities And  Conflict and Prejudice( Khairin) | Scoop.it
Who are some of Singapore’s most successful business executives? How did they grow their businesses from their humble beginnings?

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Muhd Khairin Spoonerism's insight:

In Singapore there are alot of people who were from rag to riches like for example Suhaimi Rafdi and his sibilings who was left by their biological parents and was taken care by their grand-uncle and grand-aunt.He was working in Mcdonald's and Hardee's while going to school,when he completed his A'levels he worked as a managed trainee at Hotel Phoenix.His big break came in 96 when he become a deputy general manager and he finally became CEO in 2008.This tells me to work hard for your future 

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Seah Jun Hao Reynard's curator insight, July 1, 2013 10:12 AM

I see that their hard work and perseverance has paid off. I think they have worked very hard and went through many obstacles to become successful. I wonder if everyone was like that, would becoming successful be 'successful'?

Jasmine Goh's curator insight, July 2, 2013 12:43 PM

After reading this article, I know that it is not easy to achieve success. The people in this article came from different backgrounds but they all faced setbacks in order to become successful. Although they struggled, these businessmen and businesswomen were able to achieve success through their determination as well as their willingness to sacrifice. Many of them took up several jobs to pay for their education fees. They were humble and had the courage to take risks. Through their hard work and effort, they eventually became successful. I think that if you want to be successful in life, you must have the determination to achieve your goal and believe that you are able to survive through the obstacles faced in the process. These people serve as my role model as they are local and they inspire me to work harder in everything I do. I wonder if they ever had the thought of giving up at the most difficult times in their lives.

ETD's curator insight, February 17, 2014 3:13 AM

I see

I think

I wonder

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Off and Running: 101-Year-Old Fauja Singh is The World's Oldest Marathon Runner

Off and Running: 101-Year-Old Fauja Singh is The World's Oldest Marathon Runner | Possibilities And  Conflict and Prejudice( Khairin) | Scoop.it
In 2011, Fauja Singh became the first centenarian to complete a full marathon by finishing the Toronto’s Waterfront Marathon. His dedication, determination and passion for running took him to the pinnacle of success and fame.

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Muhd Khairin Spoonerism's insight:

This inspires people to keep on doing whatever they want to do even if a person judges you that you cant do it.They need to be dedicated,determined and prepare for the worse to achieve their goal.Even if a person have the passion and a positive mindset that is not enough because resilience is the key to success. This where the quote "It Feels Great Doing Something People Say You Cant Do" 

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Samantha Chan's curator insight, June 30, 2013 3:36 AM

This is my insight using see-think-wonder thinking routines. Although Fauja Singh is 101 years old, he is very passionate to running and runs marathons again and again. Teenagers and adults do not even like to run several kilometers, yet he is able to run 42km. He is a good role model for everyone and encourages elderly across the world to run and stay fit. He even did not keep the money he earned from running marathons, but donates it to charity.

RuiHan Chia's curator insight, June 30, 2013 9:48 AM

I have never seen or knew any century year old people being a marathon runner. It is just unbelievable. This Indian born British centenarian marathon runner started his first race in 2000 in London and continued participating in New York, Toronto and many others. He has already raised thousands of dollars for charity by running and has encouraged millions of old people across the world. He says, “One should stay young and enjoy life until the last breath.” Although, despite holding several records and reaching the feat of success, his accomplishments have yet not been recognized by Guinness World Records because he does not have a valid birth certificate; though his passport states his age to be 101, which I am quite skeptical about.

Yuddandi Sivasubramanyam's curator insight, November 3, 2013 6:40 PM

every thing is possible with strong determination.