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Go beyond


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An inspirational approach to best use full potential of individuals and seek to build a better world.

Go beyond

  1. 1. Why Some people are more successful than others and how to be one of them ?
  2. 2. Who Rules this World ?
  3. 3. Luck is when opportunity meets preparedness
  4. 4. Think ……….. Whats the big idea? Whats your big idea? What are you willing to spend your moral capital, your intellectual capital, your cash, your sweat equity in pursuing outside of the walls of the VBI? Thats what this degree of yours is, a blunt instrument. So go forth and build something with it. Well this is the time for bold measures. This is the country, and you are the generation 1. Improve the lives 2. Seek to build a better world
  5. 5. Go Beyond And….We seek to build a better world!
  6. 6. “The difference betweenwhat we do and what we arecapable of doing wouldsuffice to solve most of theworlds problems.”
  7. 7. Go Beyond If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves !
  8. 8. Go BeyondOrdinary People doing extraordinary things “At 99 degrees the water is hot At 100 degrees it boils Boiled water produces steam Steam can move a locomotive engine The difference is just 1 extra degree”. ……………….Go Beyond!
  9. 9. Who AM I ?You are manipulatedPsychological Prison : Elephant, Donkey,BirdsBody LockFear LockEmotional Lock (Compassion)Intellectual Lock (Right Thinking)Spiritual LockOnce you free God comes in.
  10. 10. The line between failure and success is so fine thatwe are often on the line and do not know it.How many a man has thrown up his hand at a timewhen a little more effort, a little more patiencewould have turned failure into glorious success.
  11. 11. Find Your purpose and Set your goal :1. Professional2. Health & Wellness3. Emotional4. Financial5. Spiritual6. Relationships
  12. 12. Discover Your Dream A dream is what you desire if anything and everything is possible. 1. Mental Preparation: Read and study in areas of your greatest interest. 2. Experiential Preparation: Engage in activities in areas related to your interests. 3. Visual Preparation: Put up pictures of people and things that inspire you. 4. Hero Preparation: Read about and try to meet people you admire and who inspire you. 5. Physical preparation: Get your body in optimal shape to pursue your dream
  13. 13. 1. Many times along the way you’re going to ask why. Why am I on this path? What is it all about? You’ll ask yourself those questions in 10 years and in 20 years as often as you’re asking them now.2. Well … I have an answer for you. It’s all about winning. That’s right, winning.3. Believing in yourself enough to become the best accountant, engineer, or teacher you can possibly be. never measuring your success based on the success of others – because you just might set the bar too low.
  14. 14. Character  Character is the back bone of Society.  Personal Value System makes you a good human being or a bad one. (Rama)  Shatwakaras
  15. 15. 1. Cynics always say no.2. But saying "yes" begins things.3. Saying "yes" is how things grow.4. Saying "yes" leads to knowledge.5. "Yes" is for young people. “6. And thats The Word. Raja & Minister Operation. Death can also be positive experience Keep Smiling (Haste Rahiye) Be a Stithaprajna/ Even this will 4 Worms Monkey Out
  16. 16. Keep your thoughts positive because ,your thoughts become your words.Keep your words positive because,your words become your behaviour.Keep your behaviour positive because,your behaviour becomes your habit.Keep your habits positive because,your habits become your values.Keep your values positive because,your values become your destiny.
  17. 17. You1. Often we travel together,. But in the end, it’s your journey. Your path to travel and your responsibilities along the way.2. You are free to choose, and you are free to succeed.3. It just takes hard work and a dream. Most who finally leave this great university never imagine that they’re going to change the world. Yet every one of you will.4. How you change the world, is all up to you to decide. Donkey Govinda Gandhi friendship Burahall
  18. 18. Swayam Krishi  Poet’s fate  Penguins  Caterpillar  Great famine  South African deer  Give fishnet not fish
  19. 19. Persistence The drops of rain make a hole in the stone not by violence by oft falling. Courage is fear holding on a minute longer. Race: Mac Anderson“ Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream of it, live on it. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea and just leave every idea alone. This is the way to success” ----- Swami Vivekananda
  20. 20. Communication  Priyamaina, Hitamaina, Satya……  Listen More.  Speak when needed.  Some have something to say, Some have to say something.  Use Power Words & Phrases (Abundance, Accomplish, Achieve, Aware, Energise, Enhance, Harmonious, Infinite, Inspired, Create, Confident, Exceeds, Fantastic, Exemplary, Purpose, grace etc.,)  Walk the talk
  21. 21. Trust, Faith & Honesty  Mans basic attitude towards God  Rope/  Walking Behind/  Boat  Cat
  22. 22. Focus Vyavasaya Buddhi Swadharma Anasuya Vachaspathi Arjun in WarfieldOurs is not a “focused” age. Countlessinfluences pull us in conflicting directions.We find ourselves trying to do a hundredthings hastily, rather than one thing at atime carefully and well.
  23. 23. Commitment If you will spend an extra hour each day in your chosen field, you will be a National Expert in a five years or less. To get what we have never had, we must do what we have never done. Make one extra contact / friendship every week. You will have 52 new contacts in a year. Every contact is an opportunity for further contact. Friendship is contagious.
  24. 24. Simplicity Spending intelligently & wisely Interview Guide The greatness of this man is his simp
  25. 25. Attitude The only thing that stands between a person and what they want in life is the will to try it and the faith to believe it is possible. Greater the will, higher the success! Be Present The quality and totality of BEING in doing determines the success and happiness. Its not how many years of life but how much life in those years.
  26. 26. Knowledge is power  Jattaragni (Appetite for Food – external power)Vs Jnanagni (Appetite for knowledge & life)  Krishna had tremendous appetite for life  Bullshit  Kakah
  27. 27. Kindness and Compassion Giving is more beautiful than receiving Art of giving Avoid Greed, Power , Desire, Fear Greed: Wanting much more than what is needed Power: Use or misuse -Power of love Desire: Attachment. If you love something set it free. If it is yours it will come back to you. If its not, it never was. (Princess, buddha, crane,)
  28. 28. Action: 1. I hear I forget 2. I see I remember 3. I do I know it. Yoogah Karman Kaushalam Karmanyevadhikarasya Ma phaleshu Kathachana The Gap Between your Expectations & Reality is Your Suffering Intense work is Rest
  29. 29. Statistical CommonsensePopulation of the country =10000,000,00People aged 65 and over = 2540,000,00Balance left to do the work = 7460,000,00People aged 18 and under = 3100,000,00Balance left to do the work = 4360,000,00Union members = 1600,000,00Balance left to do the work = 2760,000,00People in the armed forces = 570,000,00Balance left to do the work = 2190,000,00
  30. 30. Statistical CommonsenseBalance left to do the work = 2190,000,00Local government & council officials = 1600,000,00Balance left to do the work = 590,000,00Peopl who wont work = 340,000,00Balance left to do the work = 250,000,00People in prison = 239,999,98Balance left to do the work = 10,000,02People who watch TV/ serials, cricket = 10,000,00Balance left to do the work =2
  31. 31. Paying Forward. Paying forward - that is the thing that you with your great education from here can do for the rest of your lives A glass of MilkTake that attitude toward life, because so seldom can wepay back - those whom you owe – your parents andother people - will be gone .you can always pay forward,you must pay line for line, deed for deed, and cent forcent
  32. 32. Be a Good Human BeingYou will judge yourselves not on yourprofessional accomplishments alone, butalso on how well you have addressed theworld’s deepest inequities … on how wellyou treated people a world away who havenothing in common with you but theirhumanity.
  33. 33. Loyalty An ounce of loyalty is better than a ton of cleverness; If you work for a party or for its leader – speak well of the party and of the leader; If you must eternally grumble and damn – Get out and grumble & damn to your heart’s content; Otherwise, one day a strong wind will blow you off, and You will never know the reason - WHY????”
  34. 34. Winner & Loser•The Winner is always part of the answer; The Loser is always part of theproblem.•The Winner always has a program; The Loser always has an excuse.•The Winner says, "Let me do it for you"; The Loser says, "That is not myjob."•The Winner sees an answer for every problem; The Loser sees a problem forevery answer.•The Winner says, "It may be difficult but it is possible"; The Loser says, "Itmay be possible but it is too difficult."•When a Winner makes a mistake, he says, "I was wrong"; When a Losermakes a mistake, he says, "It wasnt my fault."•A Winner makes commitments; The Loser makes promises.•The Winner has a dream; The Loser has a scheme.•The Winner says, "I must do something"; The Loser says, "Someone mustdo something"•The Winner sees opportunities; The Loser sees problems.•The Winner believes in win-win; The Loser believes for him to winsomeone has to lose.
  35. 35. Obstacles – the path of life  Don’t resist Nature. Take it, gulp it, go with it. If you resist storm it takes longer time. (Drunkard/Child/ Rock)  Organise forces. Wait for the right time to fight.  Rama Vs Ravana  Adversity Value
  36. 36. A Little AdviceYou cannot afford ever to do is to feel sorryfor yourself. You cant do it.You cannot feel sorry for yourself becausethats what leads to drugs, what leads toalcohol, and those things that tear you apart.Avoid Occupational fraudYou can outwork anybody. Try it, you willfind out thatyou can do it.
  37. 37. Its Not Where You Start—Its How You Finish
  38. 38. Go Beyond!  Know thyself !  You are unlimited  You are manipulated  Understand your self worth  Unleash your hidden energy  Break the psychological fencing  Go One Extra Mile.  Write your purpose and vision  Impart Soft Skills (Employability )  Measure achievement by excellence and not by numbers
  39. 39. Have the attitude and the capacity andthe ability to go on from here and help tomake this a greater, greater world. AndGod speed, in the meantime, to all of you!
  40. 40. ASK
  41. 41. Back Up
  42. 42. SampoornavikasTotal TransformationCharacter (Rama)Trust/ Faith & Honesty (Rope/ God/ Boat/ Holding/Selling a building)Positive thinking Raja/operation/ 4 worms.SwayamkrishiRaja/ kongaluCommunication:Spaek whwn neddeWalk the talk Bahav, Swabhava and PrabhavaPriyamaina….
  43. 43. Next Steps 1. Now you’ve accomplished something great and honorable and important here at VBI, and it’s time for you to move on to what’s next. 2. You have an abundance of opportunities before you—but don’t spend so much time trying to choose the perfect opportunity, that you miss the right opportunity. 3. Recognize that there will be failures, and acknowledge that there will be obstacles. But you will learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others, for there is very little learning in success. My intelligence is a product of my ignorance
  44. 44. Focus: Vachaspathi, Kurukshetra/ Anasuya/ swami VivekanandaSimplicityGuide, Nehru, gandhiIndividual ResponsibilityChange is a personal process…Masculine energyPagal kuchbhiGaddapoduStress is OptionalOver or under workRecognitionDon’t Resist changeChild / drunkardJataragni/JnanagniLeadership ; pakshulalao garuTeam work Govinda
  45. 45. A New Journey 1. You are at the starting point of a wonderful journey. But it’s a journey that can only begin with your decision to embark. 1. The unspoken requirement of a commencement is that you now must commence. 2. There are countless contributions and achievements that never occurred, all due to a failure to begin.
  46. 46. 1. And sometimes there’s an opportunity to achieve a major breakthrough with a completely new idea that re-defines the subject.2. But whether it’s evolution or revolution, there’s always a better way to build a computer, or map a genome, or liberate a country, or take a basketball team to the Final Four.3. Just work to understand the world around you. Read books. Read websites. Read other people. Circle the pitfalls and highlight the opportunities. Then build a vision of how it could all be better and work like hell to make it happen.4. We are fortunate to live in a country that accepts and even encourages experimentation and new ideas.
  47. 47. Willingness to try, and to fail, and to learn 1. With the understanding that you will face tough times and amazing experiences, you must also commit to the adventure. 2. Just have faith in the skills and the knowledge you’ve been blessed with and go. Because regrets are born of paths never taken. 3. Then, as you start your journey, the first thing you should do is throw away that store-bought map and begin to draw your own.
  48. 48. Decision Making 1. In Making decisions your mind may be your worst enemy. 2. Decision makers display strong bias toward alternatives that perpetuate the status quo 3. We tend to subconsciously decide what to do before figuring out why we want to do it 4. A dramatic or traumatic event in your own life can also distort your thinking 5. Over confidence about your accuracy lead to bad decisions The hidden traps 1. Anchoring 2. Stattus quo 3. Sunk Costs 4. Confirming evidence 5. Estimating & Forecasting
  49. 49. Relationships1. Remember that the road ahead is paved with relationships..2. The greatest mistake you can make is thinking you can do it all by yourself.3. Surround yourself with talented people who challenge convention, offer new ideas and relentlessly drive for improvement.4. Try never to be the smartest person in the room. And if you are, I suggest you invite smarter people … or find a different room. In professional circles it’s called networking. In organizations it’s called team building. And in life it’s called family, friends, and community.5. We are all gifts to each other the most rewarding experiences come from relationships.
  50. 50. "Now, you go to the study table.“"Ill meet you at the study table “When you deal with youngsters, when youget into jobs of any kind, dont send peopleto do it,meet them there and help them do it, andyoull be amazed how it works. Aao Jao Walk behind!
  51. 51. ‘BEING PART OF your TEAM MEANTTHAT you HAVE TO KNOW THEM’ "Together" is the thing that gives you the build-up to get ready to go again. And in your lifetime, how well you can work with people will depend on how quickly you get back to them and get together. Teamwork – one minute
  52. 52. 1. Your time is limited, so dont waste it living someone elses life. 2. Dont be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other peoples thinking. 3. Dont let the noise of others opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. 4. Everything else is secondary.Senior worker Syndrome
  53. 53. The Attributes of Performance 1. Values behaviours ghoda hathi/honesty/ cat 2. Purpose human origin 3. Learning agility 4. Promise & delivery 5. Boss is right 6. Perspective 7. Two perspectives
  54. 54. Motivation’1. Motivation comes from working on things and working with people we care about.2. In order to care about someone, you have to know them. You have to know what they love and hate, what they feel, not just what they think.3. If you want to win hearts and minds, you have to lead with your heart as well as your mind.
  55. 55. If you are unsure of what your dream might be—either because you are afraid to dream or because you somehow lost your dream along the way—then start preparing yourself to receive your dream by doing five things to put yourself in the best possible position to receive a dream. Once you do these five things, focus onVBI is discovering your dream. As you do, keep thisFoundation for in mind: A dream is what you desire ifa dream anything and everything is possible. 1. Mental Preparation: Read and study in areas of your greatest interest. 2. Experiential Preparation: Engage in activities in areas related to your interests. 3. Visual Preparation: Put up pictures of people and things that inspire you. 4. Hero Preparation: Read about and try to meet people you admire and who inspire you. 5. Physical preparation: Get your body in optimal shape to pursue your dream.
  56. 56. Pursuing that goalBut if you want to inspire people toparticipate, you have to show more thannumbers; you have to convey the humanimpact of the work – so people can feel whatsaving a life means to the families affected.
  57. 57. Storm AdversityChildDrunkardMasculine energySenior woprker syndromePetrol
  58. 58. EXCELLENT CAREER ADVICE: ‘GET ON AROCKET SHIP’When companies are growing quickly andhaving a lot of impact, careers take care ofthemselves If you’re offered a seat on arocket ship, don’t ask what seat. Just get on.”LOOK FOR GROWTH, IMPACT AND MISSION. MOVESIDEWAYS, DOWN, ON AND OFF