Quotable Quotes: Quotabit – themedideas

  • Saturday, December 7th, 2013

Quotabit 121. “Help Syndrome in the Exam”

“An extra mark scored by any other candidate taking the examination means you need to get an extra mark to keep the difference in your performance with him or her the same. The better the other candidate does the more your performance would be devalued. Therefore, your aim should be to improve your performance not others as then you lose the advantage you get by planning efficiently.”

Sudipta Paul

In “How to be successful in an examination – Ten Commandments”

26.01.2013.

Quotabit 122. Degreephilia – “Degree-wise Wisdom-foolish”

“Some people run after degrees as that is perceived by the society as evidence of great academic achievement. The maximum degrees achievable is only 360. It is more important to go outside the ‘circle’ and explore issues that would help the Mankind. It takes only ’60 minutes’ or ‘3600 seconds’ to achieve a degree! Is that a big deal?”

Sudipta Paul

24.07.2015.

Quotabit 123. “Dreams – on Dr Abdul Kalam’s death”

Dr Abdul Kalam will no longer dream as he has gone to sleep eternally”

Sudipta Paul

27.07.2015.

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  Quotabit 124. “Keys to Success” (02.08.2015.)

Talent, merit or IQ is not the only factor in achieving success. What is more important is how efficiently one uses one’s ability to convert the invisible potential in to visible, objective, measurable substance of deeds. It is somewhat like using energy to synthesise new useful substances from the available raw materials as the solar energy is used to synthesise glucose from carbon dioxide and water during photosynthesis.”

Sudipta Paul

02.08.2015.

Quotabit 125. “Borrowed Brilliance” (02.08.2015.)

“If one’s brilliance is borrowed from somebody else, it would vary in quantity and quality with time, and its relation with the source of its brilliance as happens with the Moon that appears brilliant during the full Moon that soon starts waning. On the other hand, the Sun that generates its own brilliance, always remains brilliant”

Sudipta Paul

02.08.2015.

Quotabit 126. “Life is full of illusions – perception of Reality” (02.08.2015.)

“How an event or act is interpreted is not always what the reality is. It is how it is perceived as ‘reality’ while it might be far from it. It is important how you make people perceive rather than what you actually do or don’t

Sudipta Paul

27.08.2014.

Quotabit 127. “Employers’ Love” (02.08.2015.)

“If the employer ‘loves’ you that implies that you are perceived by your employer as doing more work than you are paid for (profitable). The greater the exploitation greater the ‘love’. If the employer ‘dislikes’ you that implies that you are perceived by your employer as doing less work than you are paid for (unprofitable) and you cannot be exploited. The greater the perception that you are unprofitable greater the ‘dislike‘. Mind you, it is the perception of the employer, not necessarily what is happening in reality.

Sudipta Paul

05.08.2012.

Quotabit 128. “Avoiding Stagnation” (02.08.2015.)

“A Rolling Employee gathers no Boss!

Sudipta Paul

02.08.2015.

“A rolling stone gathers no moss is an old proverb, credited to Publilius Syrus, who in his Sententiae states, People who are always moving, with no roots in one place, avoid responsibilities and cares. As such, the proverb is often interpreted as referring to figurative nomads who avoid taking on responsibilities or cultivating or advancing their own knowledge, experience, or culture. Another interpretation equates “moss” to “stagnation“; as such the proverb can also refer to those who keep moving as never lacking for fresh ideas or creativity… The contemporary interpretation of equating moss to undesirable stagnation has turned the traditional understanding on its head: Erasmus’s proverb gave the name “rolling stone” to people who are agile (mobile) and never get rusty due to constant motion.

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Quotabit 129. “The mode of delivery of babies in the future” (08.08.2015.)

“A planned Caesarean section would be the norm in the future and a vaginal delivery would be accidental unless it is too preterm or the baby is already dead in utero!

 Sudipta Paul

09.04.2003.

Quotabit 130. “ ‘Modern Day Obstetrics’ – Instrumental vaginal delivery” (14.08.2015.)

“In ‘Modern Day Obstetrics’ instrumental vaginal delivery, except simple lift out ventouse or forceps, has no place”!

Sudipta Paul

09.04.2003.

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