* The People That Make a Difference.

It isn’t the people with the best credentials, the most fame or the greatest achievements that make a difference. If this is a good time for you to pause and reflect, then read on and take the full quiz. It will brighten your day and fill your heart with gratitude 🙂

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Throughout our lives, we can probably all remember a person or a few people, who have influenced our life in a certain way. Whether they touched our life in a positive or negative fashion, these people will never be forgotten.

In today’s world we have a tendency to focus on the THINGS that are happening in the world around us: news, work, local or world events, etc. and we forget to remember the good things in life.

I recently found this interesting little quiz on indianchild.com that I think many of you will find very interesting and inspiring.

So, without further delay, take a minute or so and take the following quiz and then see how you do. It may very well be an eye opener.

Enjoy!

Take this quiz:
1. Name the five wealthiest people in the world.
2. Name the last five Heisman trophy…

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2 responses to “* The People That Make a Difference.

  1. I’ve seen this quiz before . . . it was BRILLIANT then and it is BRILLIANT now.

    “The point is, none of us remember the headliners of yesterday. These are no second-rate achievers. They are the best in their fields. But the applause dies. Awards tarnish. Achievements are forgotten. Accolades and certificates are buried with their owners.”

    Often, the perpetual impatience to “do do do” is rooted in the frantic desire to attain something other than what we already have . . .

    But nothing lasts.
    So what’s the rush? :mrgreen:

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  2. Thanks Nancy. Its the first time I came across it. 🙂
    Lets go for the “do be do be do” instead as we grow up and then move into the “be be be” when we experience life and get a sense of what really matters.

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