30 June 2015

Nice Songs

Piyu Bole - Parineeta
Piyu Bole - Parineeta | Saif Ali Khan & Vidya Balan | Sonu Nigam & Shreya Ghoshal | Shantanu Moitra

Kaisi Paheli Zindagani - Parineeta
Kaisi Paheli Zindagani - Parineeta | Rekha, Raima Sen & Sanjay Dutt | Sunidhi Chauhan

Kasto Mazza - Parineeta
Kasto Mazza - Parineeta | Saif Ali Khan & Vidya Balan | Sonu Nigam & Shreya Ghoshal

Chupke Se Sun song - Mission Kashmir

Dil Chura Le - Dil Ka Rishta

Goonji Si Hai, Aao Na

Dil Ka Rishta - Dil Ka Rishta

Pal Bhar Ke Liye

Aasman Ke Neeche - Jewel Thief
Aasman Ke Neeche - Dev Anand - Vyjayanthimala - Jewel Thief - Bollywood Love Songs - S.D. Burman

Dil Pukare Aa Re Aa Re - Jewel Thief
Dil Pukare Aa Re Aa Re - Dev Anand - Vyjayanthimala - Jewel Thief - Bollywood Songs - S.D. Burman

Rula Ke Gaya Sapna Mera - Jewel Thief

Phoolon Ke Rang Se - Prem Pujari
Phoolon Ke Rang Se - Dev Anand - Prem Pujari - Old Hindi Songs - S.D. Burman - Neeraj - Kishore

Yeh Dil Na Hota Bechara - Jewel Thief
Yeh Dil Na Hota Bechara - Dev Anand - Tanuja - Jewel Thief - Bollywood Songs - S.D. Burman - Kishore

Khoya Khoya Chand Khula Aasman - Kala Bazaar

Gaata Rahe Mera Dil - Guide
Gaata Rahe Mera Dil - Dev Anand - Waheeda Rehman - Guide - Bollywood Evergreen Hits

Neend Churake Raaton Mein - Shareef Badmash
Neend Churake Raaton Mein - Dev Anand - Hema Malini - Shareef Badmash - Old Hindi Songs - R.D.Burman

Sa Re Ga Ma Pa

Ek Chatur Naar - Padosan
Ek Chatur Naar - Saira Banu, Mehmood, Sunil Dutt & Kishore Kumar - Padosan

Mere Samne Wali Khidki - Padosan
Mere Samne Wali Khidki - Padosan - Sunil Dutt, Saira Banu, Kishore Kumar - Classic Bollywood Song

Main Chali Main Chali - Padosan

Bhai Batur - Padosan

Chanda O Chanda - Lakhon Mein Ek

Chanda O Chanda, Kishore Kumar, Mehmood, Lakhon Mein Ek

Laila Main Laila - Qurbani

Aap Jaisa Koi - Qurbani

Chura liya hai-YAADON KI BARAT

Mere Sapno Ki Rani - Aradhana
Mere Sapno Ki Rani - Superhit Bollywood Song - Rajesh Khanna & Sharmila Tagore - Aradhana

Kora Kagaz Tha Ye Man Mera - Aradhana
Kora Kagaz Tha Ye Man Mera - Rajesh Khanna, Sharmila Tagore - Classic Romantic Song - Aradhana

Gunguna Rahe Hain - Aradhana
Gunguna Rahe Hain - Classic Romantic Song - Rajesh Khanna & Sharmila Tagore - Aradhana

Roop Tera Mastana - Aradhana
Roop Tera Mastana - Sexy Bollywood Song - Sharmila Tagore, Rajesh Khanna - Aradhana

Zindagi Ek Safar - Andaz
Song: Zindagi Ek Safar Film: Andaz (1971) with Sinhala Subtitles

Phoolon Ka Taron Ka 2 - Hare Rama Hare Krishna
Phoolon Ka Taron Ka 2 - Dev Anand - Zeenat - Hare Rama Hare Krishna - Bollywood Evergreen Songs

Kaanchi Re Kaanchi Re - Hare Rama Hare Krishna

Phoolon Ka Taron Ka - Hare Rama Hare Krishna
Phoolon Ka Taron Ka - Hare Rama Hare Krishna - Bollywood Rakhi Songs - R.D. Burman - Lata Mangeshkar

Chanda Hai Tu - Aradhana
Chanda Hai Tu - Sharmila Tagore & Rajesh Khanna - Classic Hindi Song - Aradhana

Baghon Mein Bahar Hai - Aradhana

Ichak Dana Bichak Dana Dane Upar - Shree 420
Ichak Dana Bichak Dana - Nargis - Raj Kapoor - Shri 420 - Bollywood Evergreen Songs - Lata

Ye Shaam Mastani - Kati Patang
Ye Shaam Mastani - Hindi Romantic Song - Rajesh Khanna & Asha Parekh - Kati Patang

Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Tum Rehti Ho - Blackmail
Blackmail - Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas Tum Rehti Ho - Kishore Kumar

Pyar Deewana Hota Hai -  Kati Patang
Pyar Deewana Hota Hai - Rajesh Khanna, Asha Parekh - Superhit Romantic Hindi Song - Kati Patang

O Mere Dil Ke Chain - Mere Jeevan Saathi
O Mere Dil Ke Chain - Rajesh Khanna, Kishore Kumar, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Romantic Song

Dil Kya Kare Jab Kisi Se - Julie
Dil Kya Kare Jab Kisi Se - Kishore Kumar, Vikram, Lakshmi, Julie Romantic Song

Chalte Chalte Mere Ye Geet Yaad Rakna

My Heart is Beating - Julie
My Heart is Beating - Preeti Sagar, Lakshmi, Julie Song

Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye Saanj - Anand
Anand - Kahin Door Jab Din Dhal Jaaye Saanj - Mukesh

Zindagi Kaisi Hai Paheli - Anand
Anand - Zindagi Kaisi Hai Paheli - Manna Dey

Main Shayar To Nahin Magar Ae Haseen - Bobby
Bobby - Main Shayar To Nahin Magar Ae Haseen  - Shailendra Singh

Aaja Re Pardesi Main - Madhumati

Dil Tadap Tadap Ke - Madhumati

Ghadi Ghadi Meraa Dil - Madhumati

Suhana Safar Aur Ye - Madhumati

Aaja Sanam Madhur Chandani - Chori Chori

Pyar Hua Ikarar Hua - Shree 420

Dil Ki Nazar - Anari

Kisi Ki Muskurahaton Pe Ho Nisar - Anari

Yeh Raat Bheegi Bheegi - Chori Chori

Tiki Riki Tiki Riki - Woh Kaun Thi

Lag Jaa Gale - Woh Kaun Thi

Aap Kyon Royen - Woh Kaun Thi

Naina Barse Rim Zim - Woh Kaun Thi

Aaja Aai Bahar - Rajkumar

Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khayal Aata Hai - Kabhi Kabhi

Pyar Kiya To Darna Kya - Mughal - E - Azam

Chalte Chalte Yunhi Koi Mil Gaya Tha - Pakeezah

Ankhiyon Ke Jharokhon Se

aaj se pehle aaj se ziayadha

Tum Agar Saath Dene Ka Vada Karo -Hamraaz

DREAM GIRL - Dream Girl

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai

26 June 2015

Scitable -- A collaborative learning space for science

Scitable is a free online teaching/learning portal combining high quality educational articles with technology-based community features to fuel a global exchange of scientific insights, teaching practices, and study resources. Scitable currently contains scientist-authored educational articles in the fields of genetics, cell biology and ecology, and is intended for undergraduate faculty and students. Short eBooks on basic science as well as scientific communication and careers help readers connect across disciplines and imagine a future of science participation. Scitable's blog and forum network features a community of both students and professors connecting readers to science news topics, videos and podcasts. Since its initial launch, Scitable has grown to over one million registered users and over five million visits each year by students and faculty in more than 180 countries. Future plans involve extension of Scitable to other fields within the life sciences, as well as to other audiences.

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25 June 2015

Digital Education 2.0 -- From Content to Connections

Integrated next-generation technologies may equip students to continue their education their entire lives, and can address three goals: fortifying student skills, increasing education’s ROI, and enabling students to be innovative and entrepreneurial. Education technology providers will likely need to shift their focus from content to connections.

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Deloitte Tech Trends - 2015

Deloitte, in their sixth annual Technology Trends report, outline eight trends that could potentially disrupt the way businesses engage their customers, how work gets done, and how markets and industries evolve. Read about the trends in the report and explore the interactive tablet app.

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The thinker and the shopper: Four ways cognitive technologies add value to consumer products

The time could be ripe for consumers and consumer products companies to embrace cognitive technologies, which can offer companies ways to deliver benefits to consumers to a greater degree than previously possible.

Cognitive technologies can give makers of household goods new ways to create value for consumers like Isabella. These technologies, derived from the field of artificial intelligence (AI), can enhance the consumer experience across the purchase life cycle, from pre-store planning through the in-store experience, product usage, and post-purchase interaction.

Many companies are employing cognitive technologies across a wide range of product categories, from durables to staples. The technologies are being embedded in consumer electronics and appliances, for instance, to enable them to seem to see, hear, and think. But while cognitive technologies can create compelling new opportunities for makers of household goods, they should not be applied as merely bells and whistles. Brands can make smart choices about where and how to apply cognitive technologies by understanding the four principal ways they can create value for consumers.

Cognitive technologies currently in use include:
  • Computer vision: The ability of computers to identify objects, scenes, and activities in unconstrained (i.e., naturalistic) visual environments
  • Machine learning: The ability of computer systems to improve their performance by exposure to data without the need to follow explicitly programmed instructions
  • Natural language processing (NLP): The ability of computers to work with text the way humans do—for instance, extracting meaning from text or even generating text that is readable, stylistically natural, and grammatically correct
  • Speech recognition: The ability to automatically and accurately transcribe human speech
  • Optimization: The ability to automate complex decisions and trade-offs about limited resources
  • Planning and scheduling: The ability to automatically devise a sequence of actions to meet goals and observe constraints
  • Rules-based systems: The ability to use databases of knowledge and rules to automate the process of making inferences about information
  • The broader field of robotics is also embracing cognitive technologies to create robots that can work alongside, interact with, assist, or entertain people. Such robots can perform many different tasks in unpredictable environments, integrating cognitive technologies such as computer vision and automated planning with tiny, high-performance sensors, actuators, and hardware.
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3D opportunity serves it up: Additive manufacturing and food

Additively manufactured food may be more of a novelty than an industry game-changer—for now. Yet advances in technology and innovations in its application could mean that science fiction may become fact sooner than expected.

What will our spaceship-dwelling descendants eat? If science fiction is any guide, machines such as Star Trek’s“replicators”1 will be able to generate any desired foodstuff on demand. We’re a long way from that reality—three centuries, in the Star Trek universe—but manufacturers have taken steps in that direction, with real-world implications for the short as well as long term.

Few readers would be surprised to learn that inventors and manufacturers have experimented with printing food—it’s a natural evolution in the technology of additive manufacturing (AM), commonly referred to as 3D printing. For some 30 years, AM—a manufacturing technique that builds objects layer by layer—has focused on using polymers (for example, plastics) and, more recently, metals. In the past few years, experimental materials, including edible ingredients, have emerged as well. Accompanying that expansion, AM is coming to encompass a wider set of applications, ranging from aerospace cooling ducts to 3D-printed pizzas.

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22 June 2015

Raising your Digital Quotient

With the pace of change in the world accelerating around us, it can be hard to remember that the digital revolution is still in its early days. Massive changes have come about since the packet-switch network and the microprocessor were invented, nearly 50 years ago. A look at the rising rate of discovery in fundamental R&D and in practical engineering leaves little doubt that more upheaval is on the way.

For incumbent companies, the stakes continue to rise. From 1965 to 2012, the “topple rate,” at which they lose their leadership positions, increased by almost 40 percent1 as digital technology ramped up competition, disrupted industries, and forced businesses to clarify their strategies, develop new capabilities, and transform their cultures. Yet the opportunity is also plain. McKinsey research shows that companies have lofty ambitions: they expect digital initiatives to deliver annual growth and cost efficiencies of 5 to 10 percent or more in the next three to five years.

To gain a more precise understanding of the digitization challenge facing business today, McKinsey has been conducting an in-depth diagnostic survey of 150 companies around the world. By evaluating 18 practices related to digital strategy, capabilities, and culture, we have developed a single, simple metric for the digital maturity of a company—what might be called its Digital Quotient, or DQ. This survey reveals a wide range of digital performance in today’s big corporations.

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21 June 2015

Quest eternal

Yoga is not just a route to fitness; it is a way to surrender all thoughts and actions to the Divine.

Much has changed since Paul Brunton, author of A Search in Secret India, asked an Englishman who had lived in India for a long time if he had ever met a Yogi and the man wondered if Brunton meant an exquisite animal. The fact that 175 countries are co-sponsoring the resolution at the U.N. General Assembly to declare June 21 International Day of Yoga, following Prime Minister Modi’s suggestion at the same forum in September last year, reveals that the change covers the entire world. This reminds us of Brunton’s prophetic observation: “Thousands of Englishmen live in India and hundreds visit it each year. Yet a few know anything of what may one day prove more worthy to the world than even the prized pearls and valuable stones which ships bring us from India. Fewer still have taken the trouble to go out of their way to find the adepts in Yoga…”

Concepts of Yoga and Yajna, like several great ideals, have been misused, misinterpreted and exploited. While Yajna — imperfectly rendered in English as sacrifice and symbolising man’s aspiration rising towards the Supreme — remains alive as a mere ritual fire-rite, Yoga’s plight has been worse. Irritation caused by enterprises such as ‘Yoga and massage parlours’ in India turns into despair when you see, along the Californian shore, offers of ‘Cosmic Cushions’, which could elevate you to cosmic consciousness if you practise Yoga on it, or the assurance of Nirvana through a telephone.

Source: The Hindu dt. 21st Jun 2015

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Regulate the mind field

Kickstart your day with a few minutes of yoga.

It is the month of the year to make new resolutions. I know it is not the beginning of the New Year but the United Nations General Assembly has declared June 21 the International Day of Yoga. What better time then to resolve to do a few minutes of yoga every day?

If you can spare only five minutes to keep yourself healthy, we will start with that. If you can set aside 20 minutes, that would be an ideal way to start.

Source: The Hindu dt. 21st Jun 2015

Asanas: Transform yourself

Excerpts from Payal Gidwani Tiwari’s just-released Body Goddess.

In the virtual world of floating identities, life has transformed into a series of unaccomplished realities. In the long run, what we fail to understand is that we aren’t doing justice to ourselves or our bodies. In such a situation coping with stress, anxiety, tension, depression, and loneliness becomes all the more difficult.

Asanas have a lot of benefits.

1. It promotes all-round fitness. Holistic health is possible through asanas.

2. You can lose weight by practising asanas like Suryanamaskar and Kapalabhati.

3. It improves the elasticity of the body, making it agile and flexible.

4. It strengthens the muscles and ligaments, making them resilient.

5. Regular practice helps improve the overall balance of the body, improving the posture of your body.

6. A great stress buster, asanas can help combat depression, anxiety, and tension.

7. Many diseases like hypertension, constipation, excessive fat, diabetes, asthma, and acidity can be cured.

8. Can also be beneficial during pregnancy and menstruation.

9. Detoxification is one of the most vital constituents of asanas.

10. Body ache, back pain, joint pain, and headache are also reduced.

11. By relaxing the mind and body, it can also help you in having better relationships with people around you. Mental satisfaction, happiness, and peace are some of the most important benefits of asanas.

12. You can also live longer and better if you incorporate asanas in your daily routine.

13. Immunity can also be improved through regular practice of asanas. Pranayam and other breathing exercises help build up stamina.

15. Asanas can also help you sleep better.

Excerpted with permission from Penguin India. Body Goddess; Payal Gidwani Tiwari, Penguin, Rs.250.

Source: The Hindu dt. 21st jun 2015

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The top 10 quotes EVERY entrepreneur should live by

Here are the top 10 quotes every entrepreneur should live by. Learn from Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, Ted Turner, Anita Roddick, Chris Gardner, Donald Trump, Isadore Sharp, and Trip Hawkins.

1. Steve Jobs, Apple: "Believe that things will work out somehow... follow your intuition and curiosity... trust your heart even when it leads you off the well-worn path... You have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future... The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it... Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary."

2. Oprah Winfrey, Harpo: "What I know for sure is that if you want to have success, you can't make success your goal. The key is not to worry about being successful, but to instead work toward being significant - and the success will naturally follow... If you do work that you love, and work that fulfills you, the rest will come. And, I truly believe, that the reason I've been able to be so financially successful is because my focus has never, ever for one minute been money. Would you do your job and not be paid for it? I would do this job, and take on a second job just to make ends meet if nobody paid me. That's how you know you are doing the right thing."

3. Tony Robbins, Anthony Robbins Co: "A real decision is measured by the fact that you've taken a new action. If there's no action, you haven't truly decided... The most important thing you can do to achieve your goals is to make sure that as soon as you set them, you immediately begin to create momentum. The most important rules that I ever adopted to help me in achieving my goals were those I learned from a very successful man who taught me to first write down the goal, and then to never leave the site of setting a goal without first taking some form of positive action toward its attainment."

4. Ted Turner, Turner Broadcasting: "All my life people have said that I wasn't going to make it... You can never quit. Winners never quit, and quitters never win."

5. Anita Roddick, The Body Shop: "Whatever you do, be different - that was the advice my mother gave me, and I can't think of better advice for an entrepreneur. If you're different, you will stand out." 

6. Tony Robbins, Anthony Robbins Co: "For changes to be of any true value, they've got to be lasting and consistent. Any time you sincerely want to make a change, the first thing you must do is to raise your standards... If you don't set a baseline standard for what you'll accept in life, you'll find it's easy to slip into behaviors and attitudes or a quality of life that's far below what you deserve... Whatever happens, take responsibility... The only thing that's keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself." 

7. Chris Gardner, Gardner Rich & Co: "Find something that you love. Something that gets you so excited you can't wait to get out of bed in the morning. Forget about money. Be happy." 

8. Donald Trump, The Trump Organization: "I was relentless, even in the face of total lack of encouragement, because much more often than you'd think, sheer persistence is the difference between success and failure."

9. Isadore Sharp, Four Seasons: "Whatever you do, don't ever use a crutch, and don't ever think of having an excuse for not having said, 'Yeah, I did my best.'" 

10. Trip Hawkins, Electronic Arts: "One quality of entrepreneurship is just persistence, not giving up because you have road blocks and also not giving in because other people tell you that you're nuts. You are nuts and you should be proud of it. Stick with what you believe in."

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Kanye West's Top 10 Rules for Success

He's one of the best-selling artists of all time. He's won 21 Grammy awards making him one of the most awarded artists of all time as well as the most awarded artist for his age. Time Magazine named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world. He's Kanye West and here are his 10 rules for success.

1) Believe in Yourself
2) **** the #LittleMan
3) Be Awesome
4) Speak your Mind
5) Help your Friends be Bold
6) Give people Opportunities
7) Don't be Afraid
8) Don't Follow the Rules
9) Do What You Want
10) Be Yourself

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Greg Plitt's Top 10 Rules for Success

He loved fitness ever since his dad brought home a gym when he was in 6th grade.He became an actor, spokesperson, and model for various commercials, brands, and causes.He was one of the most recognized and motivating people in the fitness industry.He's Greg Plitt and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1) Believe
2) Be a student of the game
3) Persevere 
4) Follow your passion
5) Just get going! 
6) Take the first step
7) Leave a legacy
8) Fight for what you want
9) Don't settle
10) Get a partner

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Chris Gardner's Top 10 Rules for Success

In the 1980s he was homeless while he tried to raise his toddler son.To get off the streets he became a stockbroker and later, an entrepreneur. Today he's worth millions and had Will Smith play him in a movie.
He's Chris Gardner and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1. Commit to Plan A
2. Put family first
3. Decide to be world-class
4. Have self-worth
5. Keep your team motivated
6. Change is necessary
7. Baby steps count
8. Follow your passion
9. Do whatever it takes
10. Start where you are

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Martha Stewart's Top 10 rules for success

She's a well known businesswoman, writer, and television personality. When her company went public she became the first female self-made billionaire in the US. New York Magazine named her "the definitive American woman of our time" She's Martha Stewart and here are her top 10 rules for success:

1. Be curious
2. Have a plan
3. Run with your idea
4. Gain their trust 
5. Obstacles can be solved
6. Learn something every day 
7. Don't cry in business
8. Be your own customer
9. Don't take yourself too seriously 
10. Work really hard

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Howard Schultz's Top 10 Rules for Success

He grew up poor and was the first person in his family to go to college. He become Fortune Magazine's 2011 Businessperson of the Year. He is one of the richest men in America with a net worth of over $1.5 billion.
He's Howard Schultz and here are his top 10 rules for success.

1. Dream Big Dreams
2. Change your mindset
3. Have a heart
4. Celebrate mistakes
5. Don't advertise
6. Care for your people
7. Have strong values
8. Do what you love
9. Exceed expectations
10. Stand for something important

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Elon Musk's Top 10 Rules for Success

He's worth over $11 billion. He has created game changing businesses like PayPal, Tesla Motors, and SpaceX. He's the closest thing we have to a real-life iron man. He's Elon Musk and here are his 10 Rules for Success.

1. Never Give Up
2. Really Like What You Do
3. Don't Listen to the #LittleMan
4. Take a Risk
5. Do Something Important
6. Focus on Signal over Noise
7. Look for Problem Solvers
8. Attract Great People
9. Have a Great Product
10. Work Super Hard

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Damon Dash's Top 10 Rules for Success

He's been looking after himself since he was 14 years old. He partnered with Jay-Z to create Roc-a-Fella Records and change the hip hop industry. He's been involved in businesses from clothing to films to cars. He's Damon Dash and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1. Get out of 9-5
2. Be patient 
3. Put your own money up
4. Pay your bills
5. Embrace pain
6. Play fair
7. Be independent 
8. Hire intentionally 
9. Stop caring about what others think
10. Don't be lazy

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Jim Carrey's Top 10 Rules for Success

He's one of the biggest movie stars in Hollywood. He has a net worth of $150 million. Oprah Winfrey said in all the years of her show, he was one of their greatest teachers. He's Jim Carrey and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1. Visualize your success
2. See challenges as beneficial
3. Follow your passion
4. Be a creator
5. Risk being yourself
6. Compromise
7. Don't let fear hold you back
8. Believe
9. Have intention
10. Take a chance

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Arnold Schwarzenegger's Top 10 Rules for Success

He won the Mr. Universe title at age 20 and went on to win the Mr. Olympia contest seven times. He is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. He has been an athlete, actor, model, director, entrepreneur, and politician. He's Arnold Schwarzenegger and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1. Have a clear goal 
2. Think Big 
3. Turn your liabilities into assets 
4. Ignore the #LittleMan
5. Work your butt off 
6. Make the world a better place
7. Don't be realistic
8. Don't be afraid to fail
9. Model Success
10. Believe in yourself

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Warren Buffett's Top 10 rules for success

He was the single most successful investor of the 20th century. Time magazine named him one of the most influential people in the world. He's worth over $70 billion. He's Warren Buffett and here are his top 10 rules for success

1. Find your passion
2. Hire well 
3. Don't care what others think
4. Read, read, read 
5. Have a margin of safety
6. Have a competitive advantage 
7. Schedule for your personality 
8. Always be competing
9. Model success 
10. Give unconditional love 

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Steve Jobs's Top 10 Rules for Success

He's considered the "Father of the Digital Revolution," a "master of innovation," and a "design perfectionist." He had a net worth of over $8 billion in 2010.He's one of personal favourite entrepreneurs of all time for many. He's Steve Jobs from Apple and here are his top 10 rules for success.

1. Don't live a limited life
2. Have passion
3. Design for yourself
4. Don't sell crap 
5. Build a great team
6. Don't do it for the money
7. Be proud of your products
8. Build around customers
9. Marketing is about Values
10.Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish

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Jeff Bezos's Top 10 Rules for Success

Jeff Bezos left a high paying job to bet on himself and start a .com business when everyone thought he was crazy. He built it to become the largest retailer in the world and prove his doubters wrong. He's now worth over $30 billion and is one of the top 15 richest people in the world. He's Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

1. Have no regrets
2. Follow your heart not your head 
3. Invest more in the product than marketing
4. Pick a good name
5. Stand for something
6. Focus on the customer
7. Focus on your passion
8 Build a culture
9. Premium products at non-premium prices
10. Take a risk

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