“Stay Away From Vagueness”- lesson from Mr. Rakesh Mishra’s session at FGIET, Rae Bareli on 1st February 2016.
The session by Mr. Rakesh Mishra was held on 1st February 2016 at FGIET, Rae Bareli, U.P. It was my second chance to attend his session.
>Best thing out of session.
“Stay away from vagueness”. He beautifully explained why we must stay away from vagueness in all aspects of our life.
It must not be vague! What you cannot put in words unambiguously on paper forget about creating it in reality.
-Your life goals.
Even while setting goals be very specific to details. As said, “Devil lies in detail”.
Your goals should be SMART.
Your relationships should never be of time-pass sort. You are here on Earth for a very limited period of time. So, stay in relationships that are fundamentally based on mutual trust, respect & understanding. Isn’t it ironical that we spend far too long time on building relationships yet restrict them to be vague?
Make it a point to build connections with people “who own a BIG HEART” & don’t keep them inexplicit. Take few more steps & UNHE APNA BNA LO.
-Words you use.
Words you use in your daily life are reflection of your inner-word. So, avoid using negative words. Get into habit of using apt and strong words in your daily life. Whenever you speak- don’t tell what “most people are likely to tell”. Whenever you write keep yourself away from writing something that most folks would write.
In the long-term it will help you in differentiating yourself from others. It will rekindle your creativity as well. To be worth mentioning here is that “different” answers/approaches/ways-of-thinking are always appreciated.
It was a nice session by Mr. Rakesh Mishra. Loved it!
We at http://www.stayfoolish.in wish Mr. Rakesh Mishra good luck for his future endeavors.
You can catch him at http://www.rakeshmishraonfire.com
With Great Love,
Er. Amit Yadav
Life is easy..!