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The Secret To Succes

A young man asked Socrates, an ancient Greek philosopher, for the secret to Success. Socrates told the young man to meet him near the river the next morning. They met and Socrates asked the young man to walk with him toward the river. When the water got up to their shoulders, Socrates took the young man by surprise and ducked him into the water. The man struggled to get out but Socrates was much stronger and kept him under the water until he started turning blue. The young m an kept struggling and finally managed to get up. The first thing he did was to gasp and take a deep breath. Socrates asked, “What did you want the most when you were under the water?” The man replied “Air”. "I wanted Air." Socrates said: “That’s the secret to success. When you want success as badly as you want air, you will get it. There is no other secret.”

A Few Helpful Keyboard Shortcuts

A Few Helpful Keyboard Shortcuts F1--Display Internet Explorer Help, or when in a dialog box, display context Help on an item F11--Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the browser window ALT +HOME--Go to the Home page ALT +RIGHT ARROW--Go to the next page ALT +LEFT ARROW or BACKSPACE --Go to the previous page SHIFT+F10--Display a shortcut menu for a link CTRL + TAB or F6--Move forward between frames UP ARROW--Scroll toward the beginning of a document DOWN ARROW--Scroll toward the end of a document PAGE UP--Scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments PAGE DOWN --Scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments HOME --Move to the beginning of a document END--Move to the end of a document CTRL + F Find on this page CTRL + R--Refresh the current Web page ESC--Stop downloading a page CTRL + N--Open a new window CTRL + W--lose the current window CTRL + S--Save the current

The Mule In The Well

The story goes that there was once a farmer who lived in a small village on the outskirts of town. He was a hardworking man who spent most of his days tending to his crops and taking care of his animals. One of his most prized possessions was an old mule that he had owned for many years. The mule was not as strong as it used to be, but it was still a reliable animal that the farmer trusted to help him with his work. One day, while the farmer was out in the fields, he heard a loud braying sound coming from the direction of his well. When he went to investigate, he was horrified to find that his old mule had fallen into the well and was unable to get out. The farmer tried everything he could think of to rescue the mule, but nothing seemed to work. As the hours passed, the farmer grew more and more desperate. He knew that he couldn't leave the mule in the well to die, but he also knew that he couldn't lift the heavy animal out on his own. So, he decided to call on his neighb

The Productive Ant Fable

                                                    The Productive Ant Fable   A story about using time productively in pursuit of your goals.   Alexander Astor was a wise ant and continued working when his brothers decided to be lazy. But could he single-handedly save his family in their time of need?   Amazing Ant Colony was always buzzing with activity. All the ants took the wise advice of Queen Ann and churned away at food collection drives. The Astor boys were no different. Alexander and his brothers learned from the best.   One day, the Astor boys all earned Senior Ant status. They learned the ropes, and it was now time for them to move out of Amazing Ant Colony and work for another queen.   "I'm so happy we're no longer under Queen Ann's rule," said Alexander's brother, Arthur.   "Yes, me too," replied the youngest brother, Aaron. "We don’t have to collect any food for now. We can leave that to the Junior Ants wh