Selling wooden combs to monks

Once upon a time, the owner of a large store announced that he wished to hire a manager to oversee his expanding business. His need was urgent and he was prepared to make an unprecedented offer to the best talent available. This news immediately attracted hundreds of applicants.

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Fisherman saved birdwatchers from muddy situation

Chai Ubonchinda was in his boat when he spotted the Norwegian couple stuck in the mud. What he did next to save them from the muddy situation will inspire and move.

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10 rejection letters famous people received

10 rejection letters famous people received

Success did not just happen to successful people; they too, have been through rejection like you and I. So don’t let rejection get you down!

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Jose Mujica, the humblest president in the world

Jose Mujica, the humblest president in the world

Also described as the world’s poorest president who donated much of his salary to charities & probably the only president who gave a hitchhiker a ride at side road in Uruguay.

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Angry mummy intimidates child

Angry mummy intimidates child

I was at Starbucks last Saturday, waiting to meet a friend, and sitting right in front of me was a mum trying to teach her children to complete a set of homework. What happened next was even more shocking.

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How much does trust cost?

How much does trust cost?

Warren Buffett said, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” It takes more than 15 years for BreadTalk to build up a reputable household brand in Singapore and then five minutes to ruin it.

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