All work and no movies make me a dull man! If you have ever attended any of my sessions you would know that for a Motivational Speaker, I’m pretty non-serious! I use movies, video clips, songs, advertisements, sports – pretty much all types of AV under the sun to inspire my audiences. And who doesn’t get inspired my movies? So, here I am, with a list of the best inspirational movies I have ever seen. I keep updating this list and you are welcome to add yours to it 🙂
A very close friend of mine sent this inspirational Hindi poem to me sometime back. It touched many a thing inside the mind. It addresses the rat race majority of us are running mindlessly in, while leaving behind many a nostalgic moments of childhood, that seem more like real life now, than they were back then! It is cynical in appeal- but it does bring a smile; as you read till the end… Hope you connect with it 🙂
Nothing to do with the fine Art of Kissing !! 🙂 But very much to do with the ‘secret to a high energy & meaningful life’. This is the extremely motivational story of Subroto Bagchi, Chief Operating Officer, MindTree Consulting, as he underlines her last words to the Class of 2006 at IIM-Bangalore.
Read on for some kick-ass inspiration!
There is no dearth of funny matrimonial ads in India. Any parent / eligible bachelor / spinster who has been wracking their brains looking for suitable ‘rishtas’ know that some people are just ‘too much’! While travelling to Mumbai for an event in 2003 as a Motivational Speaker; I found this fun article on a piece of newspaper- which was placed below my Vada-Paav. I am happy I could save the paper and share the ad with you! This matrimonial ad is surely going to tickle your funny bone. Read to get married to His Highness? 🙂
HOW WOULD A MUMBAI TAPORI GIVE AN ADVERTISEMENT IN A MATRIMONIAL COLUMN FOR A SUITABLE GIRL.
This is my first blog and I want to share some very crucial lessons that I picked up during my growing up years about choosing the right careers after 10th, 12th, graduation or whichever stage one might be in. I feel bemused when I see some very smart youth; across the world getting perfunctory when it comes to the most important decision of ‘How to smartly choose a career’ that’s befitting and makes them happy too.