Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Quote on Creating History ― “The people with credibility will be respected better than the people with visibility and the people with visibility will be remembered better than the people with credibility. However, the people with visibility and credibility will be remembered and respected forever thus leaving their footprints in the history.” ― Professor M.S. Rao

Quote on Character ― “Nobody cares for the people who have visibility but no credibility. Such people are popular, not credible. Remember, character counts, not charisma.” ― Professor M.S. Rao






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Quote on Coaching ― “Luck is when someone lays the ladder for your success with a big heart which is usually done by coaches. Although coaches remain as unsung heroes and heroines, they remain happy for having launched successful coachees.” ― Professor M.S. Rao

Quote on Credibility ― “The people with credibility will be respected better than the people with visibility and the people with visibility will be remembered better than the people with credibility. Remember, credibility counts better than the visibility ultimately.” ― Professor M.S. Rao







“The people with credibility will be respected better than the people with visibility and the people with visibility will be remembered better than the people with credibility.  Remember, credibility counts better than the visibility ultimately.” ― Professor M.S. Rao
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Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Professor M.S. Rao Honored with ‘100 Top Coaching Leaders―India Award’ from World HRD Congress ― 2018






Dear friends,

I am excited to share with you that I was honored with the prestigious award ―‘100 Top Coaching Leaders―India Award’ from World HRD Congress ― 2018 URL: http://www.worldhrdcongress.com/HRD/index.html  (I could not attend the event due to my busy schedules.)

Here is free access to my award-winning paper published by Emerald on HR and Leadership which is most frequently downloaded URL:  http://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/ICT-06-2016-0037  

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Monday, 26 February 2018

Quote on Sridevi (1963 – 2018) ― “Sridevi was the only Indian actress who can dance with grace and charm and mesmerize audiences.” ― Professor M.S. Rao





“Sridevi was the only Indian actress who can dance with grace and charm and mesmerize audiences.” ― Professor M.S. Rao

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Quote on Sridevi (1963 – 2018) ― “Sridevi was an angel who came to earth, entertained audiences and left for heaven. Although her journey was short it was sweet and memorable.” ― Professor M.S. Rao






A Tribute to Sridevi (1963 – 2018)
“Sridevi was an angel who came to earth, entertained audiences and left for heaven.  Although her journey was short it was sweet and memorable.” ― Professor M.S. Rao

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Sunday, 25 February 2018

Quote on Sridevi (1963 – 2018) ― “Sridevi was a complete actress who was strong in facial animation, vocal animation and body animation. She excelled in all areas of acting including romance, comedy and tragedy.” ― Professor M.S. Rao





“Sridevi was a complete actress who was strong in facial animation, vocal animation and body animation. She excelled in all areas of acting including romance, comedy and tragedy.” ― Professor M.S. Rao
A Tribute to Sridevi (1963 – 2018)

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Sridevi is a Complete Actress ― A Tribute to Sridevi (1963 – 2018) ― Share if You Care









“Whom the gods love, die young.”

I was shocked to hear the sudden demise of Indian actress Sridevi in Dubai on February 24, 2018 due to accidental drowning. I am unable to digest this fact. But life is unpredictable. In the year 1990, I viewed the film ‘Jagadeka Veerudu Athiloka Sundari’ and enjoyed her mesmerizing dance number ‘Abbanee Thiyyanee Debba’ with India’s megastar Chiranjeevi. I was a fan of Chiranjeevi and Sridevi and the film is memorable even today. I was convinced that Sridevi was the only Indian actress who can match with the dancing style of Chirajeevi with grace and charm to mesmerize audiences.


Sridevi — A Complete Actress

Sridevi was a complete actress who was strong in facial animation, vocal animation and body animation. She excelled in all areas of acting including romance, comedy and tragedy. She was a versatile actress. I grew up viewing her movies. Although she took break from film industry for 15 years, it did not affect her image and brand value because of her contribution and charisma. She was fortunate to have received professional support from all quarters throughout her career. For instance, Bharathiraja gave her break in Kollywood; Raghavendra Rao in Tollywood; and Yash Chopra in Bollywood to name a few. She was a blessed actress who was bold and beautiful in front of camera. She is the first female star to have earned the tag of being a superstar.  She received Padma Shri ― India’s fourth highest civilian honor for her contribution to Indian cinema in 2013. 



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Saturday, 24 February 2018

Quote on Bollywood Actress Sridevi and India's Megastar Chiranjeevi ― “Sridevi is the only Indian actress who can dance on par with Megastar Chiranjeevi with grace and mesmerize audiences.” ― Professor M.S. Rao






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Quote on Knowledge ― “Divide your knowledge into static knowledge and dynamic knowledge. Focus more on static knowledge and less on dynamic knowledge because static knowledge remains constant while the dynamic knowledge keeps changing.” ― Professor M.S. Rao





“Divide your knowledge into static knowledge and dynamic knowledge. Focus more on static knowledge and less on dynamic knowledge because static knowledge remains constant while the dynamic knowledge keeps changing.” ― Professor M.S. Rao
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Emphasize More on Static Knowledge, Less on Dynamic Knowledge ― Share if You Care




“Divide your knowledge into static knowledge and dynamic knowledge. Focus more on static knowledge and less on dynamic knowledge because static knowledge remains constant while the dynamic knowledge keeps changing.” ― Professor M.S. Rao

“That which is static and repetitive is boring. That which is dynamic and random is confusing. In between lies art.” —John Locke


Facts are facts! However, some facts are temporary while some facts are permanent. Temporary facts keep changing while permanent facts remain constant. Hence, you can divide facts into two types — static facts and dynamic facts. For instance, earth is round which is a static fact. In contrast, earth has 7.2 billion population which is a dynamic fact because the population changes over time. When you want to acquire knowledge, you must emphasize both static facts and dynamic facts. Given the choice between them, you must emphasize more on static facts and less on dynamic facts. As a researcher, I gather lots of information; convert it into knowledge and author books and write research papers. But I focus more on static facts rather than on dynamic facts. Similarly, divide your knowledge into static knowledge and dynamic knowledge. Focus more on your static knowledge and less on dynamic knowledge because dynamic knowledge keeps changing. To stay updated with current affairs and dynamic knowledge, you must learn, unlearn and relearn constantly. To conclude, allocate your memory to acquire more of static knowledge and less of dynamic knowledge.


“Reading furnishes the mind only with material for knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.” —John Locke


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Thursday, 22 February 2018

Quote on Multi-Faceted Personality ― “I don’t want to fit into a mold. I am a game changer and change my games constantly. For instance, I was a soldier, entrepreneur, editor, and professor. Now I am an author.” ― Professor M.S. Rao







“I don’t want to fit into a mold. I am a game changer and change my games constantly. For instance, I was a soldier, entrepreneur, editor, and professor. Now I am an author.” ― Professor M.S. Rao
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Quote on Life Leadership ― “It doesn’t matter who you were but it does matter who you are.” ― Professor M.S. Rao






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Monday, 19 February 2018

Quote on People and Personality ― “People are good at heart by birth but the environment, circumstances and their attitude towards society make them either good or bad personalities. Hence, inspire people to grow in a healthy environment with right education.” ― Professor M.S.Rao





“People are good at heart by birth but the environment, circumstances and their attitude towards society make them either good or bad personalities. Hence, inspire people to grow in a healthy environment with right education.” ― Professor M.S.Rao
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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Why Do People Receive Awards By Paying Money? ― Share if You Care







“We have potential. Who needs medals? I'd rather have potential than medals any day.” ― Neil Gaiman


I have come across several posts on social media where people pay money to receive their awards and post their images online to get like, comments and shares. I don’t understand the logic behind such acts. As a researcher, author and trainer, I have the practice of observing, analyzing and assessing the psychology and behavior of the people. Here are some of my views about it.

When you are truly worth there is no need for you to seek approval and validation from others. There is no need to pay money to organizations that organize award functions, events and ceremonies by taking money from the awardees. In fact, what I observe is that if the organizations get adequate sponsors, there is no need to collect money from the awardees. If there are no sponsors, it may be possible that there are no takers for such organizations and there is no meaning for such awards. Currently it has become a practice for a few organizations by forming team of advisors and panel of judges to build their brands and collect money from awardees to give away awards. It appears that there is no substance in such organizations and awards. In fact, people who don’t have any credibility pay money to receive awards from organizations that don’t have much credibility and visibility.

I receive several personal emails to receive awards with a request to pay money. I reject them because I never worked for recognition. I serve people by sharing my knowledge free on my blogs and social media platforms. I don’t give permission to incorporate advertisements in my blogs. My intention is to add value by sharing my knowledge free with the world.

Although there is an urge to crave for attention it is not a healthy practice to receive awards by paying money to the organizers. Remember, cream always comes to the top. There is no need to blow one’s trumpet. Although there is a marketing saying that more display more sales, there is a limit for everything. Remember, anything of excess is counterproductive.  

Indian Bollywood actor, Aamir Khan is an apt example for not craving for awards. He is known for excellence. He keeps adding value to his profession. He is known for breaking the Bollywood records with his dedication, discipline and determination.

In 2018, the government of India gave away Padma awards to the deserving people and unsung achievers breaking the traditional practice of giving away awards to known people who lobby through political connections. It has made giving away awards transparent through online nomination. It is a step in the right direction.


Work for a Cause, not for Applause

When people work for satisfaction they hardly care for awards. They care for their efforts, energies and the value they add to others. When you look at leaders including Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr and Nelson Mandela, they all worked for their causes, not for applauses. They worked for their satisfaction, not for recognition. To conclude, don’t excessively focus on getting recognition for your efforts. When you are worthy, you will be recognized by others.    


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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Quote on Living Your Life ― “Living your life on your own terms doesn’t mean leading your life indifferently. It is to respect others without allowing others to disrespect you.” ― Professor M.S.Rao





“Living your life on your own terms doesn’t mean leading your life indifferently. It is to respect others without allowing others to disrespect you.” ― Professor M.S.Rao
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Quote on Validation and Approval ― “When you know your true worth, you don’t need to seek approval and validation from others.” ― Professor M.S.Rao






“When you know your true worth, you don’t need to seek approval and validation from others.” ― Professor M.S.Rao
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