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Story sharpen our axe

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  • 1. “Sharpen our Axe”
  • 2.  Once upon a time, a wood cutter went looking for a job. He was highly skilled immediately got a job with one of the biggest timber merchant. He was really good & so were the working conditions. He was determined to do his best. 1st day he was able to chop 15 Trees. “Great Job done” the boss said. “Carry on with your good work”.
  • 3.  Highly motivated he tried harder the next day, but he only could bring down 10 trees. 3rd day he tried even harder, but was only able to bring down 7 trees. Day after day he was bringing lesser number of trees down. Wood cutter thought “I am losing my strength”.
  • 4.  With this thought of guilt & pressure, he went to the boss & apologized. Boss listened to him carefully & asked him a simple question. “When was the last time you sharpened your Axe?” Sharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been very busy trying to cut trees…”
  • 5. Moral of the above storyHis Axe had blunted & lost its edge & it was time for him to sharpen his axe. It is time for all of us to “Sharpen our Axe”
  • 6. Moral of the above storyHis Axe had blunted & lost its edge & it was time for him to sharpen his axe. It is time for all of us to “Sharpen our Axe”

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