Power Blogs

  • Go ahead. Give it back.

    November 22nd, 2015

    Give it back. Yes, whatever you have and whatever you can. Think about people who are not as blessed as you. Ok, you worked hard for what you got now. I know. But the thing is, as you grow older, you will understand the meaning of giving. But it will be late. Start today. Money is not the only thing I am talking about. Teach. Serve. Whatever. Make a difference anywhich way you can to change the world. To make lives of people better. Don’t restrict it to numbers. Even one life is good, though a million is better. And remember. By giving back, don’t think that you are going to help anyone else. It will be you who will be the eventual beneficiary. So, got the courage to give? Go ahead.

  • Luck and hard work

    November 20th, 2015

    Some people are lucky in the beginning and then they do the hard work. For some its the other way round. Both ways, luck is guaranteed but hard work is what you need to put in. There are no shortcuts. Don’t be fooled. Don’t think that luck alone can take anyone to glory. Luck is a top up. It’s the icing on the cake. It’s nothing without the cake itself. Hard work is in your control, luck is not.

  • Be selfish

    November 19th, 2015

    Nobody helps you. You must help yourself. People are too busy with their own chores in life. Be interested in your own life. No one else will. Remember, even when you wish to help others, you are actually helping yourself. When you love someone else, you actually loving yourself. Be selfish. This is the only way you can become selfless.

  • You are never alone

    November 18th, 2015

    Don’t give an excuse that you are alone. That’s all you need. Yourself. To change the circumstances around you. To change the world. Once you know this, you will find your power multiply. You will start seeing things differently. You will start taking responsibility. Once you do, you can change the future. See history. You will find behind all great revolution stood one ordinary man in the beginning. Don’t expect others to believe in you unless you do. It takes one man to make a difference. It is you.

  • Say No

    November 17th, 2015

    The best way to manage your time is to say ‘no’ to unwanted activities. Cut down distractions. Don’t be a yes man to all to create impression. Take up few important things rather than many petty works. Plan your day in advance. Delegate. Do tight meetings. Cut time on commuting. Don’t always stretch in the evenings. Think about this; if you say no to one not so important meeting, you may be able to spend an additional hour with family. We all got 24 hours. Use it well.

  • Live for a cause

    November 16th, 2015

    Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi and Mother Teresa. What’s common about all of them? They all dedicated their lives for a single cause. There are many others who are not known to us. Like that teacher in a remote village; whose sole purpose is to educate all the children in the village. Like that doctor; who left his successful practice in a big city, opens a clinic in a suburb to treat poor patients for free. Like that woman who rose from the daily chores of her house to spread awareness of STD in a red light area and fighting for the protection of sexually abused children. They all have a cause. What is your cause for living?

  • It’s your fight

    November 15th, 2015

    It’s your fight. You have to win it. No one else will do it for you. The best thing is that you don’t have to defeat anyone to win. You just have to beat your own benchmark. Once you do it, you need to set a higher benchmark and beat it again. That’s what you need to do. That’s what will make you proud of yourself. That’s what will make others inspired. That’s how you can change the world. You can’t stop. The game is on.

  • Play a fair game

    November 14th, 2015

    Life is not always about winning or losing. It’s about how you play the game. As John Wooden puts it “You can lose when you outscore somebody in a game. And you can win when you’re outscored.” So true. Play the game fair. Forget about the result. If you don’t win, it doesn’t mean you lose.

  • Dreaming is the real play

    November 11th, 2015

    Don’t be realistic. Dream. Being realistic comes from past experience and achievements. Dreamers look into the unknown future. Being realistic is playing safe. Dreaming is the real play. It was unthinkable to run a mile under 4 minutes till Roger Bannister did it in 1954. After that it became realistic and hundreds of athlete have broken this record ever since. You will not find anyone in the record books who achieved realistic goals. It’s a place which is permanently reserved for dreamers. So, dream and then wake up to break the shackles of the real world to achieve your dream.

  • You are not ordinary

    November 10th, 2015

    Don’t ever think that you are ordinary. Don’t let people tell you that you can’t do the big things. You are meant to achieve greatness. You have the power to become extraordinary. You just have to realise this. You just have to believe you can do it. Once you take the first step, just keep walking. Close your ears to the world. Listen to your own heart. It will guide you to the finish line.

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