Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Be a Giver to Build a Better World


"I shall pass this way but once. Therefore any good that I can do, or any kindness that I can show, let me do it now for I shall not pass this way again." — William Penn 


I have a good friend of mine who is an acclaimed American author and an international speaker. We have friendship for the last five years and we value our relations profoundly.  He endorsed some of my authored books and wrote foreword for a book. We regularly exchange our knowledge over e-mails.  In one of his e-mails, he mentioned that in America, relations are valued on reciprocal response. His viewpoint was thought provoking and I decided to explore it to enlighten my readers.

There are various kinds of people in this world. Most of them expect from others without contributing anything. Worse, there are some who demand too much from others as if they had a right to ask for it. Such people are known as selfish people. Some of them even go to the extent of exploiting the relations for their short-term ends. They are also known as takers. You must safeguard from such selfish people in this world. Once they avail the opportunities they say ‘good bye’ to you forever. Such people often fool the people around and cannot grow in their lives as they cannot succeed all the time to fool others.  Abraham Lincoln rightly remarked, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.” Hence, these people will be checkmated over a period of time and end up with stagnation. 

Takers are fakers. They fake others. They wear multiple masks to get their things done. You can easily identify takers as they approach you whenever they need your help. Once the work is over they don’t show their faces. They approach you again when they need your help. To bridge the gap in relations, they tell lots of lies to cover up. Unfortunately, they end up in a fiasco. At times they come to you with an impression to help you with a hidden agenda to take big favors from you. Hence, be careful with takers in your life.

In the second category, you will find people who seek help from others and also reciprocate when the time comes. They often think ‘what is in it for me?’ They are known as matchers. This category is somewhat better than the first category. Some of the people in this category will also have the ‘attitude of gratitude’ which is a healthy sign. They will regret if they are unable to help others who helped them in the past. This second category is better than the first category of takers.

In the third category, you will find people in a limited number who always think of helping others. They are altruistic people and help others without any expectations. They are known as givers. Most times they are exploited by first category of people. In spite of being exploited by others, they still want to extend their hands to make a difference in the lives of others. They live like legends and remain like legends beyond their lifetime. If you look at leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Martin Luther King Jr, and Nelson Mandela to name a few, they were givers who lived like legends.

When you diagram them into a pyramid, first category falls at the bottom, the second category in the middle and the third category on the top of the pyramid which is few in number.  Most problems come to the people who are takers as they often exploit others. At times, they also demoralize the givers who want to help the genuine and the deserving people. Conflicts also tend to arise among the second category of the people who expect reciprocal response from their relationships. If they believe in the slogan of what goes around comes around the conflicts can be averted in this world. 

Givers are transparent and clear. They are generous by heart and noble by nature. At times givers are exploited by takers. They may also lose their interest to help and serve others. Since generosity is the hallmark of their nature and servanthood is their behavior, they keep giving to others. That is the reason why most of the givers excel as legends over a period of time. And that is the reason why the world is moving in the right direction under the leadership of givers. 

Selfish people add value for themselves, not for others. Altruistic people add value to others, not for themselves. Selfish people keep profit before purpose while altruistic people keep purpose before the profit. Selfish people are losers while altruistic people are winners. Hence, differentiate between selfish and altruistic people. Stay away from selfish people and invite altruistic people to create positive vibes to build a better world.

Why I need to share these aspects with you is that you will be able to manage your time by focusing on the people who are really good with whom you take pride in crossing your path in your life. You also get great satisfaction by helping the deserving people who have the ‘attitude of gratitude’. Above all, you will be able to invest your precious time in the right people to create a utopian world.            


“Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.” — Barbara de Angelis




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Thursday, 9 February 2017

It is an Honor to be Born as a Woman in India





“The man who was born to a woman and doesn’t respect a woman has no right to live in this world.” ― Professor M.S.Rao


It is an honor to share some thoughts on women who constitute approximately half of the Indian population.  You are the force behind India! You are the power of India! You are the real leaders of this great country! Several revolutions are successful with your active support.  You have transformed the Indian society amazingly by working from behind scenes. Because you think what is possible. You think what is feasible. You make things happen. And you see that India becomes prosperous.

India gave birth to great leaders such as Jhansi Lakshmi Bhai, Sarojini Naidu and Indira Gandhi to name a few who transformed Indian society. Presently we have women leaders such as Sushma Swaraj and Kiran Bedi who are transforming the Indian society tremendously.  

History shows that the countries that respected and empowered women prospered significantly. They advanced greatly. However, when we look at our country, we find alarming atrocities on women.  It seems there is no safety and security for women in India. The situation has gone too extreme that women started to suspect majority of men because of recurrent reporting of rape and violence on women. We need to think about it deeply to reverse the trend to win the trust and confidence of women in India.  It all needs the change in the mindset of the men who cannot live without the support of women and who wouldn’t have been into this world without women. 

It is a fact that the most Indian women suffer silently from cradle to grave.  They are treated as Goddess Laxmi, Saraswati and Parvathi at home but are not accorded due importance in the society.  Parents control them as though they don’t know anything.  They take more precautions towards women due to social pressures and customs.  Up to marriage, Indian women remain under the control of parents. After marriage, they remain under the control of their husbands.  And in their old age, they remain under the control of their children. Hence, Indian women remain under control from cradle to grave without any freedom except occasionally glorifying them as Goddesses by Indian society.

When we talk about the status of Indian women we must know the term, ‘glass ceiling’.  It is a barrier denying equal opportunities to women and minorities to raise high in leadership positions.  There are a few Indian women who broke the glass ceiling.  For instance, Indira Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi rose in political life through their leadership abilities. There are a few corporate women including Indra Nooyi of PepsiCo who kicked the glass ceiling and have become role models for young women in India.  The women leaders such as Kiran Bedi who is the first IPS woman officer, Chanda Kocchar and Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw to name a few kicked the glass ceiling. And many more Indian women are on the prowl to challenge the male bastion to prove their mettle and leadership.  

Research shows that women are honest, intelligent, compassionate, outgoing and creative.  The predominant quality of women is compassion followed by creativity and integrity.   There is growing female employment in India.  Currently companies are providing several advantages to women employees to utilize their services. But much needs to be done.  Indian women are gradually empowered as we find more women getting into employment and asserting themselves in their personal, professional and social lives.  It is exciting to note that education for women is accorded importance and the so called gap between genders is declining.  However, we still need to find a lot of improvement among Indian women in all walks of life especially in education and employment.


Woes of Working Women

Indian women encounter several challenges especially the working women. They need to take care of family at home and professional duties at the workplace. They are often pressurized at home and office.  However, they demonstrate their abilities by pulling all strings together.  In addition, they face challenges from their mothers-in-law as there has been an age old conflict between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law in India.  However, this problem is currently decreasing due to mushrooming nuclear families.  Often women have to balance their demanding husbands.  They need to take care of their children up to some age and it is possible only for women as they can alone provide motherly love to children.

At office, there will be work related pulls and pressures.  In addition, they have to encounter organizational politics and sexual harassment. Therefore, there are a number of challenges for women throughout their lives.  However, they overcome all these challenges as they are gifted with a few qualities such as multitasking abilities, interpersonal skills and assertiveness.  In addition, they are good at gauging hidden data of communication such as understanding the feelings, emotions and egos of opposite sex better.


Women Empowerment in India

Swami Vivekananda once remarked, "There is no chance of the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved. It is not possible for a bird to fly on one wing." Hence, empowering women is imperative not only good for Indian society but also the entire world. And empowering women is a Herculean task in India as it is fact that there is gender based discrimination in Indian society. Mere legislations don’t bring true equality between men and women.  There has to be reciprocal response from Indian men to handhold and take Indian women forward by giving them due dignity in the larger interests of our nation. It is true that no nation can progress without the active involvement of women.

Indian women must come out of their traditional barriers and mental limitations and step into the competitive world. Their active participation can help India prosper rapidly.  Currently almost half of the hidden potential in India is not utilized properly. If this half of the hidden potential is channeled, India can become a super power.

There must be a change in the mindset of the people in this regard.  The day Indian society thinks that women are not the burden, but an asset; and the day the Indian society changes its attitude towards women, the country will prosper as a whole.  Let us change our attitude towards women. Let us change our perception towards women. Let us respect them. Let us handhold them. They are the wealth of our country. They are the true leaders who are leading us behind the scenes. Without their support we would not have grown. Without them we would not have been into this world.  Here is my message:

It is not only a privilege but also an honor to be born as a woman in India as woman can only carry forward the civilization.
You may not have a sister.
You may not have a wife.
You may not have a daughter.
You may not have a female friend.
But you have a mother.
Remember, you were born to a woman!


Right Attitude is Essential

Indian men must change their attitude towards women. Once it is changed, the atrocities on women will decline. When the culprits think that they were born to a woman there is less chance to resort to rape and violence against women. Research shows that most rapists go scot free due to the loopholes in the Indian legal system including delays. It is the responsibility of parents to teach children how to behave with fairer sex. Hence, as a mother, woman must take responsibility to educate children to respect women. It is essential for the educational institutions to take initiative in this regard. Hence, coordinated efforts from all stakeholders including parents, educational institutions, government, Non Government Organizations (NGOs) and society is essential to check atrocities on women.  

Law of the land gives equal rights to both men and women. Law can punish the culprits and rapists. However, the solution lies in changing the mindset of the people and their perception towards women. Men should not treat women as objects or commodities that are available in the market.  Building a right attitude about women is the first step of a very steep staircase towards empowerment of women in India.

My dear men! Make sure that the world doesn’t mock at India. We cannot live without women. Hence, respect them, handhold them and guide them. Lead them to the path of prosperity. Make a difference to the society!


An Honor to be Born as a Woman

It is only the woman who can conceive and enjoy the feeling of motherhood which the man is deprived of.  It is only the woman who can carry forward human civilization.  It is only the woman who can encounter several challenges with patience and come out with flying colors.  It is only the woman who can show compassion and forgive others quickly.  It is only the woman who can multitask.  It is only the woman who can understand human feelings, emotions, and egos better than men. It is only the woman who can forgive others with a big heart. Above all, behind the success of every man there is a woman. Therefore, I salute women for all their strengths and applaud their silent contribution to society. 

You have suffered silently since ancient times. You have undergone several trials and tribulations for many years. It is the time for you to assert and fight male chauvinism. The sky is the limit for you! You have abundant opportunities currently. You were born at the right time of Indian history. You are a symbol of patience and humanity. You have a great potential and power to take on various challenges in this world. Be bold. Take initiative. Shoulder responsibilities. Face the challenges squarely. Lead India. Lead the world. Inspire the world!


Thank you, Jai Bharat Matha! Jai Hind!


“A woman is like a tea bag - you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt




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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Emphasize Attitude, Personality and Behavior while Hiring




"My biggest mistake is probably weighing too much on someone's talent and not someone's personality. I think it matters whether someone has a good heart." ― Elon Musk


The recruiters emphasize several parameters in technical and non-technical skills at the time of hiring. Some of the parameters in the non-technical area include intelligence, experience, attitude, personality and behavior. Currently attitude is widely talked against skills; personality is widely talked against intelligence; experience is widely talked against qualifications; and streetsmarts are widely talked against book smarts at the time of recruitment.  There is a drastic shift in the mindset of the recruiters globally keeping the present global business environment in view.


Emphasize Excellence and Acquire Expert Power

There are many factors that differentiate extraordinary achievers from ordinary achievers. One of them is excellence. Extraordinary achievers raise their bar constantly. They don’t compare with others. For them, excellence is an attitude. They work for their satisfaction, not for recognition. They constantly upgrade themselves with knowledge, skills and abilities.  

I survived professionally irrespective of the institutions I worked due to my expert power and referent power. Hence, acquire both expert and referent power to achieve greatness in your life.


Emphasize Attitude, Personality and Behavior

When someone has a vast experience but doesn’t demonstrate right attitude, it is of no significance to the organizations. In contrast, when someone has high attitude with nil experience, it is of great significance to the organizations. Personality is preferred to other aspects including experience, intelligence and talent. Richard Branson rightly remarked, "In my eyes, personality always wins over book smarts. Company knowledge and job-specific skills can be learned, but you can't train a personality." Hence, job seekers must take a note of this shift in global recruitment and present themselves accordingly during interview to come out with flying colors. Additionally, they must realize that there is no permanent employment in the world but only permanent employability.


"The person with the top grades and most credentials isn't always the best person for the role. Time and time again I've seen people with a background of broad-ranging employment and skills hired for a job where they don't necessarily tick the specialist criteria boxes, but become incredibly successful by offering a new level of understanding to the role. With this in mind, we focus on hiring people with transferable skills--team players who can pitch in and help others in all sorts of situations. It's important never to underestimate the power of versatility."  ― Richard Branson






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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Professor M.S.Rao’s Republic Day Message — India is a Land Where Dreams Become Realities




“Let new India arise out of peasants cottage, grasping the plough, out of huts, cobbler and sweeper.” — Swami Vivekananda


Indians celebrate Republic Day on 26th January every year as the Constitution of India came into force on this day in 1950.  Here are some areas we must consider improving to build a strong and prosperous country.

Education: We must emphasize making Indian education system practical. Currently it is following rote learning and producing educated illiterates. We must emphasize more on employability than employment. Employability is about upgrading skills, abilities and knowledge constantly to stay relevant as per the current times. It is to learn, unlearn and relearn regularly. Employment is the ability to grab jobs. Due to rapid growth in technology, the skills and abilities are getting irrelevant quickly. Hence, we must learn constantly. Additionally, there is no permanent employment, but only permanent employability in the world. Education must open the window to the outside world. It must make people understand what is just and right. It must help them realize their hidden potential to add value to them and society.  
Economy: Indian economy is not growing rapidly. We must utilize our natural and human resources to ensure rapid progress to build a strong economy. India is still a developing nation in spite of achieving independence almost seven decades ago. There are four countries — BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) that have potential grow globally. India is blessed with the young population in the world. Hence, it is time for all Indians to work hard and smart to leverage the youth to build a strong economy.
Environment: We must stress on ecology to build a clean and healthy environment. We must protect our mother earth by taking environment-friendly measures to ensure better civilization.  
Empowerment: To achieve rapid economic growth, empower people with right tools and techniques. Emphasize on women empowerment to take country forward rapidly. Remember, no society can grow without the active participation and support of women.
Ethics: We must emphasize more on means than ends. We must achieve success with integrity. We must emphasize on spiritual values rather than on materialistic ones.


Conclusion

“Toleration and liberty are the foundations of a great republic.” — Frank Lloyd Wright

India is a land of dreams where dreams become realities. We must be proud to be born in a country where a Sikh can become the Prime Minister. We must be proud to be born in a country where a Muslim can become the President. We must be proud to be born in a country where a woman can become the Prime Minister. We must be proud to be born in a country where a woman can become the President. We must be proud to be born in a country where a tea seller can become the Prime Minister. India offers equal opportunities to all Indians irrespective of gender, region, religion, race, ethnicity, language and community. That is the greatness of India!  We must be proud of being Indians first and last. Above all, we must be proud to be born as Indians. Jai Hind!


“We are Indians, firstly and lastly.” — B. R. Ambedkar





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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Professor M.S.Rao Received ‘Good Karma Award’ for “Excellent Leadership” from Speaking Tree (Times Internet Limited)







Dear leader,

I am incredibly excited to share with you that I received the Good Karma Award 2016-17 for “Excellent Leadership” from Speaking Tree (Times Internet Limited) in New Delhi, India on January 21, 2017. Bollywood actor, Jackie Shroff gave away awards to the winners who were masters, healers and spiritual gurus.  The selection of the awardees was based on nomination by speaking tree, public voting and jury.

The event was organized well where the achievers and people from wellness and spiritualism participated. It was professionally run with ethics, etiquette, dignity and honor. The winners were received well at the event. There was all-round warmth and affection at the event. It created positive vibrations. It helped others realize their hidden potential and make a difference in the lives of others.

It is an innovative and inspiring idea to emphasize on spiritualism which is the need of the hour in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. The event conveys a strong message on spiritualism to build a better world. It encourages others to follow the ethical and spiritual path to provide meaning to their lives.

It was a great honor to receive the award. I thank Speaking Tree, and my friends, fans and followers globally for voting me to win this prestigious award.





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Friday, 13 January 2017

“Leadership Lessons from Chiranjeevi, India’s Megastar” ―Professor M.S.Rao





Happy Sankranti and Pongal!

“Many think that the mark of a great champion is the nature and margin of their victories and the peaks they scale and reach. That’s only part of it. The mark of the greatest of champions is how they react and respond to defeat. That is when they become enshrined in our hearts and minds – as they rise again and into the immortal pages of history.” ― Rasheed Ogunlaru


India’s megastar, Chiranjeevi is back to Tollywood after a gap of almost a decade. It is a matter of excitement for Telugu people across the world. There were whispers within the political and film industry that Chiranjeevi was finished forever. Several people in politics and film industry openly criticized for his failures. Some critics went to the extent of hitting him below the belt. They failed to recognize that immortality lies in his name. Of course, Chiranjeevi never reacts but only acts and responds positively to criticism. In fact, every leader has his ups and downs, and Chiranjeevi is no exception.  

Now the boss is back (Chiranjeevi) to the Tollywood, people celebrated his 150th film ‘Khaidi No. 150’ with excitement. His fans across the world including in USA have conducted car rallies and went to cinema halls to enjoy his film. Because of his film, the festival of Sankranthi has started on 11th January 2017 itself. This massive hit is possible because entire team of the movie worked voluntarily very hard not for remuneration but to see the megastar back on the screen again as a number one hero. What goes around comes around. Chiranjeevi helped many people in the film industry, and that has paid him rich dividends now.  


Chiranjeevi ― A Self-Made Man

“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing.” ― Pele

Chiranjeevi is a self-made actor who rose from ranks without anybody’s support. He is a role model for achievers and aspiring actors for his hard work, discipline and dedication. He voluntarily gave up film career and floated Praja Rajyam Party to bring social justice. His party’s merger into Congress Party was not appreciated by many people. It adversely affected his image and cost his political career. Currently he is in political hibernation. He underwent several failures and insults for the last eight years. It has made him as a stronger person and a better leader. For Chiranjeevi, failure is only a comma, not a full stop. He is a continuous learner, and has the great habit of learning lessons from failures and moving forward with energy and enthusiasm.

After he left the film industry several stars surfaced. Thanks to Chiranjeevi for creating vacuum in the Telugu film industry and paving the way for many actors including Pawan Kalayan to become stars! Now the boss is back with a bang!


Leadership Lessons from Chiranjeevi

“Embrace failure. Missteps and roadblocks are inevitable but are ultimately an opportunity to learn, pivot, and go after your goals with new perspective.” ― Jenny Fleiss

Several analysts fail to understand how Chiranjeevi rose like Phoenix. The fact is that Telugu audiences are always loyal to their heroes irrespective of the films’ outcome. That is the strength for Chiranjeevi! Here are some leadership lessons to learn from him.
  • Age is not a deterrent. Age is not an obstacle to pursue your passions and accomplish your goals and objectives. When your passion is strong, you can start your life at any age.  
  • Failure is only a comma, not a full stop. Everyone fails at some time in life. In fact, failure teaches many lessons for the people if they are willing to learn lessons to grow as better human beings. Remember, tumble makes people humble. Ben Stein once remarked, “It is inevitable that some defeat will enter even the most victorious life. The human spirit is never finished when it is defeated…it is finished when it surrenders.”
  • Hard work pays. Although Chiranjeevi had rich experience in acting, he didn’t take it for granted. He worked very hard for his 150th film to come to a shape and improve his body language to suit to the audiences.
  • Connects with common man. Chiranjeevi knows how to connect with the common man with his simple dialogues rather than with lengthy dialogues that confuse the audiences.
  • Promises less but delivers more. He is a man of a few words. He stands by his commitment. He believes in hope, not hype.
  • Show the way for others. Chiranjeevi showed the way for other Telugu heroes including Pawan Kalayan, Allu Arjun, Ram Charan, Varun Tej, Sai Dharam Tej, and Allu Sirish.  If there were no Chiranjeevi, there would not have been these heroes.

Chiranjeevi is the least controversial leader. Some individuals make irresponsible statements to draw the attention of the people, or to kick up controversies to be in the limelight. Chiranjeevi doesn’t believe in such cheap tricks and gimmicks.  

Chiranjeevi is a transformed man. Now he knows who are his real friends and foes. He should avail this new platform to do his best as a film star and politician. Chiranjeevi is an ideal example for others that everything is possible in the world. Tough times don’t last but tough leaders like Chiranjeevi do last.


A Sweet Warning to Chiranjeevi!

Telugu people don’t let down their leaders. They have big hearts to forgive their leaders for the mistakes, and offer further opportunities. Hence, Chiranjeevi must learn lessons, reform and work for people. He must keep others’ interests above his own interests.

Chiranjeevi must be careful about the enemies within and outside and take precautions. He must remember the people who betrayed him for the last eight years and take appropriate steps accordingly to avoid further disasters. Above all, he must remember that people are Gods because they decide the fate of the actors and leaders. He must reinvent to entertain audiences, and evolve as a better leader to serve people. Jai Hind!


“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.” ― Nelson Mandela




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