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Mediocre people always ponder one thing what differentiate them from the successful herd. Both have 24 hours, both have two hands to execute and one brain to think. So, what’s the fine line that decides who will be who. Think! Think! Think! That’s not so hard. Time’s up! The answer is as simple as breathing, Discipline!!!. Every successful person had their rituals from which they won’t deviate even single inch. Also, you must carry an attitude of a leader to be completely focused and oriented towards goal. When rest flocks are resting, you must rise and work for the goal. Beautiful lines imparting what should be your attitude during adverse predicament.
“Birds find shelter during a rain. But the eagle avoids rain by flying above the clouds, problems are common, but attitude makes the difference”. All of you now, must be scintillating with too much philosophical enlightenment. So, let’s study what words differentiate commoners from the achievers.
All the party people, let’s get startedddddd…….!!!!
Here is the list of few words.


Meaning: The point at which something is at its best or most highly developed.

In Greek, acme meant a mountain peak, but in English we hardly ever use it in the physical sense. Instead we speak of someone’s new job as the acme of her career, or of a certain leap as the acme of classical dance technique.

It’s funny to see how a simple tool like facemash site, Facebook predecessor gradually fabricated and designed to form final product which reached the acme of social networking site for past decades.


Meaning: The highest point in the development of something; a climax or culmination.

A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold at Bonham’s Quail Auction for US $34,650,000.00 ($38,115,000.00 including buyers premium), reaching apogee record previously held by a 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R race car, sold for a record $31 million at an auction in England.


Meaning: The highest or climactic point of something, especially as attained after a long time.

Newsflashes against all odd victory!! Roger Federer who was on trophy dry spell for five years and just recuperated from knee injury marked incredible victory over Nadal. That significant victory marked the culmination year of his career.


Meaning: An unrivalled or matchless person or thing.
Trace “nonpareil” back to its Middle French origins and you’ll find that it comes from a term meaning “not equal.” “Pareil” itself comes from a Vulgar Latin form of “par,” which means “equal.”

To end the discussion, Lisa aggressively stated the fact to Mona that there are 17 American men in history who have run under 2:10 in the marathon while there were 32 Kalenjin who did it in October of 2011. Clearly, reinstate her fact of nonpareil race dominance. Hearing this Mona was dumb stuck.


Meaning: The most successful point; the culmination.

Common myth of rash driving linked with female gender was shattered by Sherley Muldowney who not only excel but also reached the pinnacle in the male world of drag racing.


Meaning: The time at which something is most powerful or successful.
No best racers list would be complete without Michael Schumacher’s name on it. He has won a record setting seven Formula One championship, out of which five world championships were won at his zenith period from 2000 to 2004.

ne plus ultra 

Meaning: The perfect or most extreme example of its kind; the ultimate.

It’s the height, the zenith, the ultimate, the crown, the pinnacle. It’s the peak, the summit, the crest, the high-water mark. All these expressions, of course, mean “the highest point attainable.” But ne plus ultra may top them all when it comes to expressing in a sophisticated way that something is the pink of perfection. It is said that the term’s predecessor, non plus ultra, was inscribed on the Pillars of Hercules at the Strait of Gibraltar, which marked the western end of the classical world. The phrase served as a warning: “(Let there) not (be) more (sailing) beyond.” The New Latin version ne plus ultra, meaning “(go) no more beyond,” found its way into English in the 1630s.

Had it not been for Bruce Lee and his movies in the early 1970s, it’s arguable whether or not the martial arts film genre would have ever penetrated and influenced mainstream North American and European cinema and audiences the way it has over the coming decades. Still Bruce Lee remains the undisputable ne plus ultra of martial arts cinema.


Meaning: Occupation of a position of dominant power or influence.

Kalenjin runner Kipchoge Keino defeated world-record holder Jim Ryun. That day Keino not only won gold, but he also ushered in an era of Kenyan ascendancy.


Meaning: A person or thing that is a perfect example of a particular quality or type.

You know about Michael Phelps but do you know what made him to be able to push beyond the moment? His rituals. All Swimmers, in the beginning, thought he was insane as he used to do 2-3 session of workout. Logic says that if you get over trained then its physically implausible but it turned out that his rituals made him epitome of hard work and perseverance.


Meaning: Showing great skill and flair.

Birju Maharaj, blood line was strong enough to inoculate him with artistic skill, but his earnest eagerness to excel in his passion gained him the reputation of consummate dancer.


Meaning: A person who is very knowledgeable about or skilful in a particular area.

Experts are not born they are made by keen and constant work of their real life coaches. One of story involved Sachin practicing hard in vigilance of Achrekar who put one rupee coin on the stump to motivate him not to get dismissed by the bowler.


Meaning: Of the highest quality; excellent.

For soccer fanatic, world is divided into two and you have to be on one side to survive. Coon age war was going on between Real Madrid and Chelsea aficionado to see their team as first in the top notch list and freeze it there.