"A bicycle and Ferrari will run at the same pace at 20 kmph, it’s not about the car it’s about the driver." - Mulk Raj Sakhuja
My upbringing is a simple one and I am extremely grateful to my parents for that.
A deadly virus kills millions of people every second. Many are not even aware of this deadly virus. For all, you know that deadly virus is killing you right now while reading this.
The deadly virus that is killing you and many around you is self-sabotaging feelings, thoughts and actions.
Sam is not happy at his job.
He is often overlooked for promotion, and his boss seldom praises him. In fact, he is wondering if his boss even notices him.
John is almost the opposite. He tries very hard to be in the limelight.
Some of us have been given the label of an introvert. Unfortunately, many misunderstand such a persona. They are usually categorised into being non-communicative, low on energy and submissive. This is far from the truth. I prefer to say an introvert has a great appreciation for alone time.
Recently I clicked on a link in an email and a well shot video of a well-known success guru began to play. He started by telling me that he coaches billionaires with the big houses, cars and expensive watches, BUT these people are empty and insecure on the inside.
“…it’s more important to praise the people for the nine times they fail, than for the one time they succeed.” – Severin Schwan, Roche CEO
Inspiration can come from many or just a few and sometimes through just one person, thing or incident.