Lessons From a Tycoon’s Death
posted 5-May-2019  ·  
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A ​business tycoon passed away. He left for his widow 1 Billion  ​USD​ in the bank. The widow remarried one of her husband's young employees. The employee said, "All this while I thought I was working for my boss. I now realize that my boss was all the time working for me!"

 

Moral of the Story: It is more important to live longer than to have more wealth.

• Strive to have a strong and healthy body.

• In an expensive cell phone, 75% of the functions are useless.

• In an expensive car, 75% of the speed is not needed.

• In a big luxurious house, 75% of the space remains unoccupied or unutilized.

• In a whole wardrobe of clothes, 75% of them are rarely worn.

• Out of whole life's earnings, 75% stays behind for other people to use.

• In every human being, 75% of the talent is not utilized. So, how to make full use of our 25%?

• Go for medical check-up even when you feel fit.

• Drink more water even if you're not thirsty.

• Let go of your ego, whenever you can.

• Give in even if you are right.

• Be humble even if you are very powerful.

• Be contented even if you are not rich.

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