What do you think a recently graduated, yet twice-sacked-from-job, unemployed fresher should do? I would say, keep going. That’s what I did. In 2001, I was fired from my second job in the garment industry. Reason – “demotivating colleagues” at workplace. And that demotivation would be – my fundas to my colleagues and seniors. My employers thought my “gyaan” would increase the attrition rate in their organizations 🙂 … I knew then, that I could become a motivational speaker.
You know what is the single most prevalent commonality between any two individuals on this planet? Take a guess.
It is relationships. We all have relationships that we have to live, build and survive. Not all of us may have monetary investments in shares and bonds, but we all have investments in the form of time and effort and sweat and blood in our relationships. And while a lot is written about these relationships, I believe no one can say it better than the king of investments himself, Mr. Warren Buffet.
Let x = Time you spend interfering into others lives e.g. Gossip , relatives , friends & people who do not matter , getting validated on social media from people etc etc
Let y = Time you spend interfering into YOUR own life e.g. Fitness, Meditation, a very good reading, good sleep, an awesome session of hard work etc.
There is something so inexplicably beautiful about Hindi shayaris and the way they hit the heart – I can’t even begin to explain. The rhythm, the alliterations and the most hard hitting truths in as few words as possible – bull’s eye, every time! They are awesome. They are stunning. Some of these Hindi shayaris are so inspiring that they soothe the heart and soul like wow 🙂
There is this sub-species of people around us who are just so desperate to seek attention or be in the limelight. (And they would just never accept this) 🙂
It’s like ATTENTION is their food. And they can’t fast even for a day.
A very famous Motivational Speaker, Zig Ziglar used to say,
“Motivation is like having a bath. You need it daily!”