May 21, 2007

Since yesterday, I have started attending sessions based on Stephen Covey's book of "7 habits". Towards the end of the first session of PARADIGM, the well-prepared faculty Mr. Atul Gore answered my query very aggressively. It was turning into a debate which I didn't continue, but that gave me an opportunity to reflect on my personal strategy of personal relationships. 7 habits & bringing the change in your habits is a ball game to bring success in your relationships in people & thereby bringing success in your life, personal, professional etc.etc.
I had asked him about the essence of the sesson he advocated, INSIDE-OUT. Why it is necessary ? Why to wash out our dirty lining in public when we tend to forget? to which he answered that we tend to carry the past, the horrible past, in present & thus marring our future, to which I agreed but said that I believe that 'forget & forgive' is the best approach to get past of past & I am successful withit, to which he reacted very sharply. I nodded to all what he said but i have a different opinion about it. May be it is my success formula on which I operate & I love those principles on which my interactions are based.
My first principle is 'nobody is bad at heart'. All people are nice hearted, good-intentioned people. Whenever the other person does something wrong, he is correct with his thinking, so I don't get hurt by his wrong. I only think his perspective differs from mine & continue behaving good with him. With my good behaviour, he/she never hurts me thenafter. And I am yet to find bad behaviour people.
Secondly, as Atul gore mentioned, I hold myself responsible for whatever wrong happens with my connections. e.g. I always think we would have been successfull in our social commitments had I been more active. My child would have been more smart had I given more quality time. etc.etc.
Thirdly, this 'forget & forgive'


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Project Management Professional, PMP Director, Fabtech CE Pvt Ltd, India Currently in Italy for marketing activities in European Engineering Sector. Politically and Socially active, currently active with small political party "Samajvadi Jan Parishad" and social movement promoting intercaste marriages in India "Pratibimb Mishra Vivah Mandal"

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