Photo 0

Welcome to Magos Marketing & Computing Solutions, Online.

Home Sections
Markets
Solutions Sections
Photo 14

Welcome to Magos Marketing & Computing Solutions, Online.

Test your Response time!

Click on "Start" first, and wait until the background color changes. As soon as it changes, hit "stop!"


Photo 9

Welcome to Magos Marketing & Computing Solutions, Online. We are so happy that you have chosen to visit magos-mcs Online. We hope you will find all the information you need here. Below we have links to our fine markets and services.


We share the best Stories

A few days ago, I was listening to Dave Ramsy on the radio (Financial Peace University). He mentioned the Aesop s Fable Tortoise and the Hare and the fact that every time he reads the story, the tortoise wins. If you aren t familiar with the story: Once upon a time there was a hare who, boasting how he could run faster than anyone else, was forever teasing tortoise for its slowness. Then one day, the irate tortoise answered back: Who do you think you are? There s no denying you re swift, but even you can be beaten! The hare squealed with laughter. Beaten in a race? By whom? Not you, surely! I bet there s nobody in the world that can win against me, I m so speedy. Now, why don t you try? Annoyed by such bragging, the tortoise accepted the challenge. A course was planned, and the next day at dawn they stood at the starting line. The hare yawned sleepily as the meek tortoise trudged slowly off. When the hare saw how painfully slow his rival was, he decided, half asleep on his feet, to have a quick nap. “Take your time!” he said. I ll have forty winks and catch up with you in a minute. The hare woke with a start from a fitful sleep and gazed round, looking for the tortoise. But the creature was only a short distance away, having barely covered a third of the course. Breathing a sigh of relief, the hare decided he might as well have breakfast too, and off he went to munch some cabbages he had noticed in a nearby field. But the heavy meal and the hot sun made his eyelids droop. With a careless glance at the tortoise, now halfway along the course, he decided to have another snooze before flashing past the winning post. And smiling at the thought of the look on the tortoise’s face when it saw the hare speed by, he fell fast asleep and was soon snoring happily. The sun started to sink, below the horizon, and the tortoise, who had been plodding towards the winning post since morning, was scarcely a yard from the finish. At that very point, the hare woke with a jolt. He could see the tortoise a speck in the distance and away he dashed. He leapt and bounded at a great rate, his tongue lolling, and gasping for breath. Just a little more and he d be first at the finish. But the hare s last leap was just too late, for the tortoise had beaten him to the winning post. Poor hare! Tired and in disgrace, he slumped down beside the tortoise who was silently smiling at him. "Slowly does it every time!" he said. Shared by Laura

Home| About Us| Solutions| Markets| Contact Us| Jobs| Awards| Media| News| Partners| New Partners| Strategies| Advertising| Media| Public Relations| Computing| Database| Hardware Software| Networking| Training | South Africa| Mozambique| Zimbabwe| Botswana| Lesotho| Swaziland|