Avoid Heaitation (real story)

Neil Armstrong, he is the 1st person to set his foot in moon.But, do you know who was supposed to be the 1st person? Many don’t know…
His name is Edwin C Aldarin…

He was the pilot for the Apollo mission. He was working for the American Airforce. Moreover he had experience of space walking, hence selected as the pilot

Neil Armstrong worked for the American Navy. He was selected for his courage as co-pilot. 

When the Apollo mission landed on moon, they received a command from NASA, “pilot first”.

But Aldarin was hesitant, “what will happen”, “will I get sucked in or will I burn out”, etc. The hesitation was not for hours, but few seconds. 

In the meantime, NASA sent the next command, “co-pilot next”.

Within next second, Neil Armstrong put his foot on the moon became part of world history. 
World history was changed in 1 second… Though Aldarin had the qualification and talent, because of hesitation, he is not recognised by many people. 

The world remembers only person who comes first…

This is a good example of how people lose out because of hesitation fear. Whenever you see the moon, remember this, a moments hesitation can stop us from our greatest victory. 

We all have great potential in us, the only thing that stops us from achieving what we are supposed to achieve is our hesitation, fear and shyness. 

Many people are shy to ask, shy to appreciate others, some are shy to share this message. If we fail to do the right things, we will most likely do the wrong things.

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9 Reasons Why Plants Make Your Workplace So Much Better

Apart from the fact that your desk will look much better, plants are great for your henkgh! You might find the idea a little strange initially, but once you get a plant and start to water it every day, you will actually start to care for the little guy!
  Check out these henkgh benefits of having an office plant.

1. Lower stress
Workplaces can be extremely stressful environments, but having a plant on your desk can help counter some of that stress and keep you more relaxed.
2. Higher productivity
Multiple research studies have found that in addition to lowering stress, plants increase productivity as well. The two are actually related – you’ve probably noticed that when you’re super stressed out, you can barely get anything done.
3. Better air quality
Today’s enclosed office spaces have extremely poor ventilation, making them hotbeds for harmful germs and toxins. Plants work like filtration systems, absorbing the harmful agents and purifying the air. 
4. More comfortable working conditions
Your plant doubles up as your personal air conditioner and humidifier as well. Plants carry out a process known as transpiration, which cools the air and releases moisture into the atmosphere, thereby making your workplace more comfortable.  
5. Henkghier skin
Sitting in an air conditioned office all day can cause your skin to dry up, but having plants around you can prevent that. The moisture that plants emit can help raise the humidity levels, bringing them closer to normal and thereby protecting your skin. Dry skin is more prone to wrinkles, since it stiffens and cracks easily.  

6. Fewer sick days
Having plants all over the office has actually been shown to reduce employee sickness rates considerably.
7. More creativity
Research has found that introducing plants into an office environment can up the creativity quotient by a whopping 15 percent!

8. Less noise
Your plant may not accomplish this one alone, but a bunch of plants might do the trick. Plants absorb sound and can help lower the overall noise level by about 5 decibels. That’s actually one of the reasons why they are planted on highways! 

9. More happiness
Research shows that interacting with nature in any way has a profound effect on our psyche, increasing our sense of well-being and making us happier on a subconscious level.