Success Mantras from Proverbs 30


Wisdom Way of an eagle in the sky (big picture), the way of a snake on a rock (eye for details), the way of a ship on the high seas (float and not sink; treat upon all obstacles), and the way of a man with a maiden (be passionate on your job) – Let your Vision lead you and do not be aimless, Peter Christopher Raj of Franklin Templeton Investments Ltd., comments on Proverbs30.


Read Proverbs 30 here.

Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield to those who take refuge in him. Do not slander a servant to his master, or he will curse you, and you will pay for it. Bless everyone, and not curse; do not be pure in own eyes; never be proud, hurting others with words, and contempt look. Be satisfied with whatever the Lord has provided with you.

Too amazing things (be an amazing professional before your boss and colleagues):  way of an eagle in the sky (big picture), the way of a snake on a rock (eye for details), the way of a ship on the high seas (float and not sink; treat upon all obstacles), and the way of a man with a maiden (be passionate on your job) – Let your Vision lead you & do not be aimless.

Under three things the earth trembles:  a servant who becomes king (Improve yourself to deliver your best), a fool who is full of food (deserve & earn your worth), an unloved woman who is married (be good to your wife), and a maidservant who displaces her mistress (never be a thorn to your bosses; let them be happy about you) – otherwise, your life will be shaky & peace-less.

Small, yet extremely wise: Ants: Use all your strength; plan and do things; work now for future; make your home at one hierarchy above; locusts: ensure that your boss need not worry about you; lizard: have excellent relation with your boss & be of great value to him. Majestic: a lion, mighty among beasts, who retreats before nothing; a strutting rooster, a he-goat, and a king with his army around him. Never fear man.

Take every effort to improve your image at your work place. Be bold and strong, as well best on your soft skills. Have an army of mentors at your office, who will advise you as well support you – first you be so to your subordinates and colleagues, and even to your boss, and be sure they will be so to you.

 

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