Learning new technology or a skill has become so easy this day, open google, do some research, find out what works. How you know what works for you? By practising things in right way. But, despite of having lots of sources to learn new skills, how many of us take advantage of it? Hardly!
Why? Because we look for teacher. How we define our teacher or guru?
So each of us look for the teacher or guru outside us. I must say teacher and gurus are powerful and greatest source of learning things quickly. But it is not always possible to reach out or have a guru or a teacher for specific thing we look for.
I think, the most powerful source of wisdom is within us. We just need to look inside us and activate our own inner guru, our own inner teacher so that we can always have someone to guide us in difficult situation.
Trust Yourself! Trust your Instincts.
Many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of garbage, full of frustration, full of anger, and full of disappointment. As their garbage piles up, they look for a place to dump it. And if you let them, they’ll dump it on you. So when someone wants to dump on you, don’t take it personally. Just smile wave, wish them well, and move on. Believe me. You’ll be happier.― David J. Pollay, The Law of the Garbage Truck.
Today morning I came across this powerful video! Remember, Its never too late.
Today, I would like to take this opportunity and give thanks to all my teachers for playing so important role in shaping my future.
Please know that I recognize your positive influence and moral guidance and it has helped me a lot.
When I failed in my 12th, I started working with Niral Bhandari at a Kinetic showroom, and that is where I got my first lessons of sales! I really thank Niral Bhandari for teaching me how to sell things to your customers! Officially, You are my first boss! 🙂
Then, I completed my Engineering and joined Avinashi Systems and I am amazed to work with Ashvin Savani for so long. Avinashi is the place and Ashvin Sir is the person who taught me everything about technology and programming, I still feel that I am very lucky that I got a boss like him at the start of my engineering career.
I again want to thank you for shaping my career and providing me all the challenges which have helped me immensely. I really, can’t thank you enough sir. 🙏
After I left Avinashi I went to Mumbai and met a wonderful person Dhruv Patel. Learning experience under Dhruv Patel was so great that I still remember his lot of lessons and he helped me to build all the leadership qualities in me. I learned many important soft skills under your guidance. Dhruv, Without your lessons I would have never made the courage to start my own business. Thank you so much, Dhruv. 🙏
Last but most important, I would like to wish teachers of my school and college for teaching me different kind of skills, Without you, I wouldn’t have made it through.
May God bless you all with Stupendous Health, Wealth, and Success.
I manage to sneak out some time out of my hectic schedule and get this site running! It wasn’t that hard to make time for this as I thought initially but was lacking motivation for no reason.
My website remained down with coming soon page for almost a year. I can’t believe I did not had even time of few hours to deploy it, or may be it was not on my top priority.
Even though I am running through tight schedule each day, I make my self promise to keep this site running and post anything random which runs through my mind.
Hey, but frequency of logs won’t be high initially, it will take a while for me to adopt to writing and I know that I am NOOB! :-D.
See you. Hopefully on weekend!