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“They alone live, who live for others” – Quote of the day 7th October, 2015

They alone live, who live for others
– Swami Vivekananda

If there is someone in need and you can help, do step-in and offer your support. Always think from the shoes of other person who you are dealing with. While making a comment or doing an action, think once “How would I feel, if someone says or does this to me?”.

If something that you think makes sense or helpful, do not hesitate to speak-up. At the worse case, they may not agree; that’s OK. But if you hesitate to let them know, perhaps a true solution would be just with you.

In a professional life, we often see people saying “what did this company do to me? why should I work?” instead ask “What have I done to this company and how can I make it better?” Though you work for an employer, feel it as your own company and work hard to its success; your recognition will automatically come one day.

So let’s live for the world. But this does not mean one needs to compromise something for self; sometimes you need to be selfish without harming other person.

Have a joyful day ahead.

Srinivasu is an accessibility evangelist with 16+ years of experience. Currently works as Senior Accessibility Program Manager at Watermark. Previousely held several positions at companies like BarrierBreak, Yahoo, PayPal, Deque, HCL etc., He believes in the teachings of Shri. Adi Sankaracharya, Swami Vivekananda. He is also Founder of ServeOM Inclusion - a platform to pormote accessibility.

2 Comments

  1. pooja pooja

    thank you ….it easy is very helpful to me …..and its helped me in my speech

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