Tuesday, October 28, 2014

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10 Things to learn from Indian Prime Minister, Modi (as mentioned by Nandini Sharma) and for information of the members)

He came, he saw, and he conquered. Narendra Damodardas Modi is a name we all have heard of, and the Lok Sabha Elections were enough to prove the faith the country that happens to be the largest democracy of the world has put in this man.
1) Public Speaking Skills
The man has something in his voice that makes head turn. Even the people who don't happen to like him have agreed that they never miss a speech by the Indian Prime Minister. And we can't even say that this all is because of someone who writes his speeches, as the Independence Day saw him speaking without any written speeches, and this sure is going to be one of the most remembered speeches from an Indian PM.
2) Discipline
The 15
th Prime Minister of India has always led a disciplined life. Ever since he was in RSS, which is known to instill discipline in all its members, he has followed a disciplined regimen.
3) Determination
Ever since he was a child who used to help his father and brother in their tea stalls, he was determined to make it big for himself. He has been associated with RSS since an early age, and that shows the determination that eight-year old possessed and this 64 year old possesses.
4) Detailing
This is something for people who plan a lot. Learning from a meticulous planner that Mr. Modi is, you should care to have a love for detailing. For reaching out to the Indian population, Modi travelled more than 3.5 lakhs Kms and did 400 rallies, even to places where no one usually goes. This micro detailing helps a lot in efficient planning, leading to better results.
5) Love For Technology
The man is tech-savvy and likes to keep himself up to date with all the developments in the field. He tweets and posts important details of his life and journey within minutes of it happening. Even as I write this article, I can see that his Facebook cover picture has already been updated. While we can learn from this, we should also know the clear difference there is between love for technology and being a slave for it.
6) Love for Fitness

Modi is a big yoga enthusiast and never forgets to do it, no matter how busy he is. Perhaps, this is the reason why he is this active at this age. This is also something that we can and should learn from him.
7) Enthusiasm
Even at the age of 64, the enthusiasm with which Narendra Modi lives his life is commendable. Be it playing drums on his recent visit to Japan or answering questions of various Indian students on Teacher's Day, he has never left his enthusiastic persona.
8) Patience
After foolproof planning, which leads to his confidence, he is not a man who can be impatient and jump on to conclusions or be restless for results. This patience and the tendency of keeping his calm and not behaving like a kid, has proved to be very useful for him. It's a hard sight to see the man angry, overpowered by emotions, or losing his patience.
9) Leadership Skills
if you remember well, he promised to work one hour more than his subordinates did in a public speech. This is not something an inefficient leader would be able to say. He is an efficient leader and leads by his words; learning this skill from him can be beneficial for our professional lives.
10) Humbleness

Even though he is the Prime Minister of world's largest democracy, his position has not gone to his head. He comes across as a very humble human being and this is evident by the way he addresses the nation and answers all the questions he is put across. Being humble can take you places and this is also something to learn from him.
Kind Regards!
Sunder T 

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It’s all personal choice, religious or political. All culture changes over time because people change the way they do things. The farmer goes to the city. The wife goes to work. You want to give thanks for life so you burn a basket of food, or you light a candle, or give food to the starving, there all personal choices. 

You think because you don't go to church, you have established a utopia of personal freedom. You go to work, people pay you, you buy food and feed your children and so does 80% of the population around you. Why not work a farm and feed your children or hunt and gather? You belong to this culture where people have faith is payment as a means of exchange. If you give up this faith, you will suffer social exclusion. Its personal choice, the same choice made by many people. It works pretty well, just as religion did in days gone by. But this capitalist life also has its dissenters and victims. 

Both good and harm can be done when people come together to change the world. You think you stand outside religion but you do not stand outside of a belief system. Look at what you wear and look at what your friends wear, it a type of uniform, you live in a culture, you conform. If your ideas lasted a thousand years, others would be condemning you and your culture. 

You want to point the finger of blame at religion as if it’s a set of rules that you now reject and call into question. You are not outside it; you are just expressing its core assumptions, trying to restore it to its radical self. If your ideas get any traction, you will just continue the evolution. 

You are the blind leading the blind.
Kind Regards!
Sunder T

Sunday, October 19, 2014

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This life is what you make it. No matter what, you're going to mess up sometimes, it's a universal truth. But the good part is you get to decide how you're going to mess it up. Girls will be your friends - they'll act like it anyway. But just remember, some come, some go. The ones that stay with you through everything - they're your true best friends. Don't let go of them. Also remember, sisters make the best friends in the world. As for lovers, well, they'll come and go too. And baby, I hate to say it, most of them - actually pretty much all of them are going to break your heart, but you can't give up because if you give up, you'll never find your soulmate. You'll never find that half who makes you whole and that goes for everything. Just because you fail once, doesn't mean you're gonna fail at everything. Keep trying, hold on, and always, always, always believe in yourself, because if you don't, then who will, sweetie? So keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life's a beautiful thing and there's so much to smile about. (Extract from Speaking Tree for my friends online). Kind Regards. Sunder T in Mumbai, India.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014


Motivation is not about doing what anyone else thinks is right for you, nor is it necessarily about chasing a job that pays well if money is not what floats your boat. It’s about aligning more of your work with what drives you. People differ enormously in what makes them happy—for some challenge, excelling and pressure are the greatest sources of happiness, for others money and prestige, but for others service, friendship and fun are more satisfying in a workplace. The trick is in identifying your core drivers and then aligning your work to do more of what you love and little less of what frustrates you.
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Sunder T

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

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Mumbai: Top 20 Global cities` list for Billionaires: New York has the world`s largest number of billionaires but Asian cities, which include Mumbai, dominating the list of top 20 billionaire places in the world indicating that the region is at the beginning of a new cycle in wealth creation, says a report. According to the Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census 2014, the B-Asian cities on the list are led by Hong Kong which is home to 82 billionaires, followed by Beijing (37) and Singapore (32), Mumbai (28).