Jeevan Kaushal

Give Back More Than What You Get

Ghanshyam Das Birla ji was an amazing businessman and more than that, a beautiful person from within. His intelligence and spiritual understanding was remarkable. Here is a part of his letter that he wrote to his son Basant Kumar Birla. This letter can be considered as the most important letter in

Six Parameters Of Success

Whenever we measure the success of a person, normally we refer to his riches, the wealth s/he accumulated. How many bungalows s/he has; how many cars and which brand; how many trips they make abroad and may be how many times they feast at high end clubs or at 5-star hotels? So by and large the

Focus On Your Priorities

There was a lot of discussion going on in one of our retired Naval Officers’s Group a couple of days back about the current election scenario in India. Majority of the officers were of the opinion that PM Modi is the best choice as he has done an excellent job and so he should continue for at least

Compete Against Yourself

There is nothing wrong in competition. People have been competing against each other since time immemorial. Look at the famous Mahabharta; Karna competed fiercely with Arjun in archery. Duryodhana competed with Bhim for supremacy. In the sports field, sportsmen work hard to compete against other

You Give; What You Have

Let me start this article by a story that was narrated by David J. Polay and this story became so popular that he eventually wrote a book titled: “The Law of the Garbage Truck.” The story in the words of David, “Sixteen years ago I learned this lesson. And I learned it in the back of a New York City

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