Thursday, 1 November 2012

Want to Be Successful? Do Something Hard

There is a reason why some people are more successful than others. Actually, there are many reasons, but I’m convinced that one of them is this: people don’t want to do hard things, as a general rule, so the few that are willing/able/unafraid to endure a bit of hardship are the ones who are going to come out looking like they accomplished something. Respect, money and even fame are most likely going to follow to some degree.

Take Bear Grylls for example. You don’t want to eat nasty insects and drink your own urine for the enjoyment of millions of viewers. You probably wouldn’t even want to go through the special forces training he had to endure before he ever made it on TV. But he did it and look what it got him.

Do you see what I mean? You’ve got to be willing to do something other people aren’t in order to get ahead. This could take many forms. The classic example is being an entrepreneur and trading in the safety of a steady job for the uncertainty of fledging a new company that may or may not make it in the end. It may look like taking more initiative with your boss or learning how to speak up. It could look like starting a blog that nobody reads for 6 months but being sticking with it till it finds an audience. Patience, persistence, the ability to envision the future, optimism and a higher pain tolerance are all hallmarks of successful people.

Many people have given up on doing something respectable to gain attention and they do something terrible that nobody else is willing to do (like give up their dignity by dressing skimpy to sell music). Some people aren’t willing to trample others underfoot to climb to the top. Either way, doing something that hurts you or someone else is not the way to go.

If you are tired of the same old routine in your life or if you have big dreams you want to accomplish, you can’t be afraid to give up a bit of comfort for the short term in order to gain something better for yourself in the long term. It’s not for everybody… that’s why some people are more successful than others.

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Transparent Butterfly !!! Awesome !!

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Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Lamborghini !

Hometown: Italy

Founded: 1963

Founder: Ferruccio Lamborghini

About:Automobili Lamborghini was founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini, the child of viticulturists from the comune (township) of Renazzo
di Cento, Province of Ferrara, in the Emilia-Romagna region of Northern Italy. After serving as a mechanic in the Regia Aeronautica during World War II, Lamborghini went into business building tractors out of leftover military hardware from the war effort. By the mid-1950s, Lamborghini's tractor company, Lamborghini Trattori S.p.A., had become one of the largest agricultural equipment manufacturers in the country. He was also the owner of a successful gas heater and air conditioning manufacturer. Lamborghini's wealth allowed him to cultivate a childhood interest in cars, owning a number of luxury automobiles including Alfa Romeos, Lancias, Maseratis, and a Mercedes Benz.He purchased his first Ferrari, a 250GT, in 1958, and went on to own several more. Lamborghini was fond of the Ferraris, but considered them too noisy and rough to be proper road cars, likening them to repurposed track cars. When Lamborghini discovered that the clutch on his Ferrari was broken, and actually was the same clutch that he used on his tractors, Lamborghini went to Ferrari and asked for a better replacement. Ferrari responded, saying that he was just a little tractor maker, and could not know anything about sports cars.

Information About Bugatti sports Car .

Hometown: Italy

Founded: 1901

Founder: Ettore Bugatti

About:The Bugatti legacy dates back to the year 1901, when the designs and constructions of Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean achieved
a perfect synthesis of art and technology. In the 1920s, Ettore Bugatti’s cars were the embodiment of light construction and unmatched technical aestheticism. Jean Bugatti’s bodywork designs had a lasting impact on the style of the 1930s. Prime examples of these two eras are the almost invincible racing car Typ 35 designed by Ettore Bugatti, and the vanguard super-sports two-seater Typ 57SC Atlantic by Jean Bugatti. Each of these surpassing automobiles embodies the genius of its creator. Yet the history of this legendary brand and its two formative designers and engineers goes far beyond technology and art – it is also a history of automotive pioneering.

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Check out what’s been resting in this pizza box – a bread stickelton! Happy Halloween to all our terrifyingly terrific fans and happy haunting.

True Words !!!

Qutation . I''ve always been afraid .

How Many Cats? ♥ Guess !!

scarlet macaw

The scarlet macaw is one of the most beautiful members of the parrot family and one of the largest Neotropical parrots. Scarlet macaws prefer life in the rainforest. With wide strong wings and hollow bones that aid flight, they can reach speeds of 56 kilometers (35 miles) per hour. The scarlet macaw has a strong, curved beak to crack hard nuts and seeds, and a tongue that can hold onto the kernel to pull it from the shell. They eat clay from riverbanks, though no one is sure why. Males and females both look the same. While some learn to speak, most macaws have limited ability to mimic.

Blue Eyes

Blue Eyes

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

So Cute

                                                      So Cute

Home Decoration

Beautiful Scene .

The reason behind the popularity and success of imported cars

such as a Daihastsu Mira, or a Pakistani-made equivalent, for example a Suzuki Mehran, is something which in most cases is decided by the buying power of the particular customer. Due to the extremely high import tariffs in Pakistan, imported vehicles are almost always more expensive as compared to their locally assembled rivals. What is interesting is that even though the imported vehicles are more expensive, Pakistani buyer will almost always prefer an imported model.

This is due to several reasons such as build quality, reliability, trust, and status. It is a sad fact that the Pakistani public has a very negative view of most Pakistani made products. This is a general perception which pervades throughout the society and therefore the locally produced Toyota Corolla or Suzuki Alto are thought to be less reliable then a for example an imported Suzuki Alto. Is there actual truth to this perception which is held by the public opinion, that the locally assembled cars are not as well built? Often it is heard that the parts and materials used in the locally assembled vehicles is inferior to the ones used by the factories in Japan. I have not done any sort of research on this but I would generally agree that there is a difference in the materials used. One thing, which I have noticed myself, is the quality of the plastics used for the interiors seems to be much better in the imported models.

So due possibly to biased public opinion and possibly some truth as well the wealthier customer prefers to buy an imported vehicle because it is considered to be a better vehicle. This preference gives way to another effect which helps to make the imported cars even more sought-after which is how social status is attached to imported cars. Due to wealthier people preferring to buy imported cars this leads to imported cars being associated with a higher economic status which causes the local car market to suffer.

                                                        Added to this problem is that the locally car manufactures have not provided any vehicles which can be classified into the mid-size premium segment of the market. The most premium models locally produced are the Toyota Corolla Altis and Honda Civic VTi Oriel. Although, these cars are very well equipped the problem is that the market is saturated with the lower spec Civics and Corollas and so the fully loaded Altis and VTi Oriel fail to provide enough product differentiation. To fulfil this demand in the market for vehicles which are more premium, one can see many imported cars which fill this gap such as the Toyota Premio, Toyota Mark X, Honda Accord, Toyota Mark II, Toyota Wish, Toyota Camry, Toyota Fielder, and Toyota Crown.

So what we see is that the imported car market fills the gaps, which the local market is unable to fill. The biggest gap is the lack of a reliable subcompact car that would be considered to be as good as an imported Japanese subcompact like the Daihatsu Mira. The next gap is in the mid-size luxury segment for which there are no locally produced Pakistani options hence the large array of mid-sized premium models being imported into Pakistan.

Luxury Cars .

One garage, few beauties :)

Monday, 29 October 2012

True WorDs

Best Qutation

Beautiful and Amazing

Underground Nest House

Built at the foot of a mountain in Onomichi City, the Nest House really pushes the boundaries and definitely goes outside the box as far as design goes. Japanese firm UID Architects were inspired by the idea of a nest that animals create underground and reinterpreted it into this highly unusual house.

It looks like a rectangular box with tons of windows from the outside. Little do outsiders know what’s on the inside…

The upper level acts as a wooden lined nest that the homeowner’s can use to enjoy the sky views and surrounding landscape. The craziest part is that the kitchen’s (in the photo above) countertops are at floor level for the nest area.

It totally feels like a treehouse, doesn’t it?

The entrance is located on the ground floor and you must walk through the indoor garden where the plants and trees can sprout up through the ceiling opening.

I love the little forest inside the house!

An Amazing Book Art!!

Cute Kitty !

Cute Kitty ! ! !

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