Tired, hungry and already two hours late, I finally reached to the conference.
Reached at the backstage waiting room area, a girl greeted with smile.
Recently, two completely un-related incidences happened in my life.
In the middle of a tremendously hectic week, in the scorching heat of 50 degree C of a temperature, after nearly 20 hours of almost continuous work, I reached home and then my most favourite place – My lovely room!
Not so many days before, I happened to attend a social function that was organized in a famous temple here in my city. I did not really want to go, but mom insisted and I chosen to not resist after a certain limit that I’ve tried and had no success convincing her.
What if the life was a smartphone?
Well it already is for that matter. From wake up alarm to good night kiss to girlfriend (Via whatsapp), connectivity, communication, updates, travel and what not. Smartphone’s are unarguably the most personal, intimate, closest and the most important part of our lives.
Yes and No are perhaps the simplest and most powerful words in any language, as its these words that determines most things in life whether career, relationships, business, sales, purchase, investment and even fun.
Who likes making mistakes? Of course no one, but we all make them. That’s the point.
What if I tell you that making mistakes is an art and most of us do not know that yet?
Would you believe me if I tell you that making mistakes is an incredibly enriching and powerful Technique that has the capacity to literally transform your life?
There are times in all of our lives when we are hurt, wronged, mistreated or betrayed. Whether it’s about boss who hasn’t promoted/increased salary despite of you worked day and nights for the company giving your blood and sweat, client who hasn’t paid what they promised for the awesome work that you delivered, girlfriend/boyfriend who left/broke up despite of you’ve done so much for the person, parents/siblings who haven’t given you your share of property, demise of a loved one or simply something just didn’t work out despite of you tried so hard – perhaps more than you thought you could.
When a situation like these occur, all of us feel betrayed, hurt, mistreated and disappointed, and many times even mad, angry, frustrated and upset.
We all have them. The people who push our button and we do get crazy, angry, exasperated, emotional, submissive and sometimes even erotic.
Let’s face it. No matter how evolved, patient or emotionally mature we may be. All of us know and deal with the people who push our buttons, who set us off just by looking at us or saying one word or even just entering the room.
You heard the phrase “going with the flow” thousand times and definitely have your own interpretation about it. A sizable humans I know associate the phrase with being lazy and passive about whatever happening and advise going against the flow instead.
What exactly is “flow” by the way?
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