Is yours loaded with 'Some day I'll' software?

Is yours loaded with 'Some day I'll' software?

Postby tujue » Wed May 08, 2019 1:34 am

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang presides over the meeting of the Leading Party Members' Group of the State Council to study the spirit of the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress Todd Gurley II Womens Jersey , in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 26, 2017. (XinhuaPang Xinglei)
BEIJING, Oct. 28 (Xinhua) -- Leading Party Members Group of theState Council held a meeting on Thursday to study the spirit of the19th Communist Party of China (CPC) National Congress.

The 19th CPC National Congress was held from Oct. 18 to 24 inBeijing.

The congress elaborated on the mission of the Party in the newera, and enshrined Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with ChineseCharacteristics for a New Era as a new component of the Party'sguide for action, according to a statement released Saturday.

The meeting was presided over by Li Keqiang, Premier of theState Council and Secretary of its Leading Party Members Group.

Attendees at the meeting agreed that it is their primarypolitical task to study and implement the spirit of the congress,especially Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with ChineseCharacteristics for a New Era.

The statement said that it is important to unleash and developproductive forces so as to secure a decisive victory in building amoderately prosperous society in all respects and to embark on anew journey to fully build a modern socialist country.

The meeting stressed maintaining the medium-high growth rate ofthe economy so as to lay a solid foundation for development for theyears to come.

The Leading Party Members Group of the State Council and thegovernment should follow the arrangements made at the congress,strengthen Party self-discipline, give full support to the CPCCentral Committee with Xi at the core, said the statement.

HANGZHOU, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) -- A famous Chinese entrepreneur, founder and board chairman of Wanxiang Group, Lu Guanqiu, died Wednesday at the age of 72.

Lu was the first group of private entrepreneurs emerged after reform and opening-up.

In July, 1969, Lu and other six farmers, with 4,000 yuan (about 600 U.S.dollars), established an agricultural machinery plant. The plant now has become a transnational corporation with operational revenue over one hundred billion yuan and businesses covering manufacturing, energy, finance, agriculture and resources.

Lu's Wanxiang Group made many firsts among China's private enterprises. In 1984, Wanxiang became the first Chinese township company to sell automobile parts to the American market. In 1994, "Wanxiang Qianchao" went public in Shenzhen, becoming the first public listed township company in China. In 2001, Wanxiang purchased Universal Automotive Industries Inc, becoming the first Chinese township company to purchase an overseas listed company.

Lu Guanqiu was the pathfinder for China's private economy, said Yang Yiqing, a researcher on businessmen in Zhejiang.

Re-programme the multi billion gigabyte PC between your ears and change your life.

Posted by nick_niesen on October 29th, 2010

You can re-programme yourself to succeed.

You have been programmed from birth to become who and what you are today!

In the main you have allowed this to happen, either consciously or unconsciously.

If you are not completely satisfied with who and what you have become ...then change, re-programme yourself!

Your programming commenced at the moment of conception when your DNA was fused to your being. Your personal and unique DNA is the life behavioural platform with which you were launched into the world.

Compare this if you will to buying a brand new computer. Two folks may buy the same basic computer but from different resellers and so the basic configurations and software programmes pre-installed will be different even though these two computers have identical basic features.

These two computers then begin to be attacked by hackers, spammers, viruses and a whole host of other negative intrusions.

Now one of these folks had the presence of mind to install preventative software which stopped the vast majority of these attempted negative intrusions form being installed on their hard drive.

The other took no preventative action whatsoever and their PC became clogged up with a minefield of explosive devices just waiting to destroy their hard drive or at impair its' functionality dramatically.

A silly question really, with an obvious answer but which PC owner will get the best out of their computer?

So, you have this multi billion gigabyte PC between your ears. How well have you been programmimg it. What type of software programmes have you allowed to be installed?

Is yours overloaded with 'Games' sofware?

Is yours loaded with 'No fun and laughter' software?

Is yours loaded with 'Poor me' software?

Is yours loaded with 'Some day I'll' software?

Is your loaded with 'If only' software?

Is yours loaded with 'If it were not for them' software?

Has yours been seriously infected with a myriad of viruses?

Or are you blissfully unaware, as are most folks, of the huge damage done to your personal hard drive which is severely limiting your personal development?

If you live in the developed world then the odds are that if you are dissatisfied with your station in life it is because you have allowed the personal PC between your ears to be swamped with negative 'stuff'.

The good news is that you can do something about it!!!!! If that is you have the wish, the will and the self discipline to re-programme that personal PC of yours.

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