We grow you grow (Challenge no. 3)

Day 3: We Grow You Grow Challenge

You are heartily welcome! What a thrilling challenge!

Thank you all for embracing this challenge. That means a lot to us at SIWO.

By participating in this challenge, you are doing what wise people do: investing in what you are sure will bear fruits.

Quote 1:

“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.”

Colin Powel

What is your understanding of this quote? Does it inspire you? In line with this quote, tell us what you are ready to do for a better future.

Quote 2:

“What a man does for others….”  To get and comment on full quote,  visit: Daniel Webster.

Quote 3:

I have said this many times, that there seems to be enough room in the world for mediocre men, but not …” To get and comment on full quote, visit Madeleine Albright.

As a reward to you for your participation in this challenge, for each comment that you make, we will visit your site, read, like and comment on one of your posts.

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Intelligence Vs Wisdom

Curiosity, interest, initiative & exertion leads to “Learning”, which helps to use his “Intelligence” for understanding, analysis & interpretation to acquire “Knowledge”. If he uses his intelligence in applying the knowledge at correct time & place, using discretion, to right people or thing , for maximum advantage & meaningful expression or result, will indicate “Wisdom”.


few practical illustrations

Example 1. An ant, being a less intelligent creature or specie, starts from it’s home, travels a long distance, picks up the food, returns to home with it’s God given intelligence & is wise to fulfill it’s objective. Human type of intelligence is not required for the ant for it’s purpose.

Example 2. A boy has curiosity to know about cycling, so that he can benefit, going to the school by bicycle. Mere curiosity does not help. He must show interest, take initiative & exert himself to “Learn”. He should apply his mind & have keen observation, understanding, analyzing & interpreting different sequences & techniques of learning, using his “Intelligence”. This leads to acquisition of “Knowledge” of cycling. Once he acquires his knowledge, he has to apply it practically. His “Wisdom” now suggests, how “intelligently” he should apply his Knowledge “Wisely”, for practical utility. If he rides the bicycle in rough roads, full of sand, mud & stone pebbles, the life of the bicycle will become short, necessitating frequent maintenance, added to the inconvenience of riding. His “Wisdom” should select the appropriate road for joyful riding with minimum of wear & tear of the bicycle, at the same time, reducing the travel time.

Example 3. Any Nation progressing very intelligently, can amass highly sophisticated weapons of war, but if “Wisdom” is not used, any silly reason can ruin the country, it’s assets & properties & taking the lives of millions of innocent people, who are building the Nation for centuries of growth & prosperity. Miscalculated “Wisdom” can bring in “Self Ruin”.


 Intelligence and Wisdom are two qualities that are attached with the mental capabilities and skills of human beings. There are many points which create a few difference between these similar terms.

Found some interesting differences between Intelligence and Wisdom; Enjoy reading and analyzing them !!!!

Intelligence leads to arguments.
Wisdom leads to settlements.

Intelligence is power of will.
Wisdom is power OVER will.

Intelligence is heat, it burns.
Wisdom is warmth, it comforts.

Intelligence is pursuit of knowledge, it tires the seeker.
Wisdom is pursuit of truth, it inspires the seeker.

Intelligence is holding on.
Wisdom is letting go.

Intelligence leads you.
Wisdom guides you.

An intelligent man thinks he knows everything.
A wise man knows that there is still something to learn.

An intelligent man always tries to prove his point.
A wise man knows there really is no point.

An intelligent man freely gives unsolicited advice.
A wise man keeps his counsel until all options are considered.

An intelligent man understands what is being said.
A wise man understands what is left unsaid.

An intelligent man speaks when he has to say something.
A wise man speaks when he has something to say.

An intelligent man sees everything as relative.
A wise man sees everything as related.

An intelligent man tries to control the mass flow.
A wise man navigates the mass flow.

An intelligent man preaches.
A wise man reaches.

Finally, conclude : 

Intelligence is good
but Wisdom achieves better results.


We grow you grow Challenge no 2

Day 2 We grow you grow challenge

Welcome to day 2 of our challenge, “We grow you grow challenge”.

Today, we are asking you to give us your appreciation or explanation of any of the following or both quotes:

1. Ninety-nine percent of failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses. George Washington Carver.

2. “When a winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”; when a loser makes a mistake, he says, “It wasn’t my fault..” John Mason.

You may tell us how you understand the quote; in what way it touches you; whether or not it inspires you; and what responsible action you may wish to take as a result of reading this quote. You must not answer all the questions.

After receiving your comment, we will visit your site and leave at least a‘like’ and a comment.

We Grow you grow challenge no 1

Introduction We grow you grow challenge

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We grow you grow challenge no 1

After the introduction of our new challenge”We grow you grow challenge”, we go straight into action.

For today we ask you to do just one thing:

Give us an inspiring quote by anybody. It could be your own.

After receiving your quote, we will visit your site and leave a ‘like’ and a comment. If we are motivated we may give you two or more ”likes”.

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Grow your blog. Give us one inspirational quote by any great author or leader and earn 2 likes

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If you give us one inspirational quote by a great author, leader or motivational speaker, you will earn 2 likes from us on your site.

You can do this exercise three times.

2 ”likes’ reward for a quote on risk or adversity.

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Earn 3 ‘likes’ by commenting on a quote no 3

Here, we give you the opportunity to learn a great quote, or we remind you of a useful quote and offer you an incentive to encourage you to print it in your mind and get it into your functional language.

This is a win win exercise. You help us and we help you. Our blogs grow in stats.

Quote: If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams

Comment on this quote. Why do you like or do not like it? Do you buy or refute the thought? What does it mean to you?

Your comment will earn for you 3 likes.

Earn 3 ‘likes’ for one comment on quote no 2

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Earn 3 ‘likes’ for one comment on quote – no 2

Study these two quotes and comment on anyone you like. Your comment will earn you three ‘likes’ on your site. You are free to comment on the two but do so separately.

“Courage is resistance to fear , mastery of fear, not absence of fear.” Mark Twain.

If you want to conquer fear, don’t sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.” Dale Carnegie

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