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A motivational lesson I learnt from a bank
02 Jul 2016 at 13:17hrs | Views
Some years ago I went to FNB (First National Bank) to open a bank account. The bank has two glass doors which are about one meter apart from each other. I opened the first door and thereafter tried to push the second door open as well, but I wasn't successful. The second glass door didn't open for me to get into the bank. I then stood there in between the two doors not knowing what to do. The security official who was seeing me in between these two doors asked me what the matter was. I told him that the door wasn't opening.
He told me to push it. To my surprise when I pushed it, it did open. He told me that the second door couldn't open because I had tried to open it while the first one was still open. He explained to me that the second door was programmed in such a way that it only opens if the first one is closed. I nodded my head to show my understanding of the matter.
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Source - Mthokozisi Gwizi
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