A Wise Interaction with Suresh Kashyap Sir:
It was the first lecture with Suresh Kashyap Sir and I was pretty excited to be a part of his class. Surprisingly, he shared a lot of thoughts and ideas of inspiration which encouraged us to think beyond imagination.
“‘Final year of MBA’ means something”, he began his lecture.
“Out of you 180, 18 persons will be something really big after 18 years and the world will look at them”, he said.
He actually drew a graph starting from our MBA journey and going back from where we began our schooling to the highest level of life we can think of, for ourselves.
“Job is not a problem. All of you will get a job but you must have a career vision in life. For company, you are not a person but a doctor. You will provide solutions to their problems”, he added.
His each words were striking directly to my heart and I could not resist them to enter into my nerves to inspire each corner of myself. He talked about various skills, which would help us to succeed, such as, Flexibility Skills, Physical Skills, Spiritual Skills and he also encouraged us to have self-decision making abilities. Moreover, he shared some terms like SEBI activism, RBI activism.
“You must have a career vision in life. How can you reach your destination without knowing where you actually want to be. You must read at least one newspaper daily and one article from any business magazine.”
It is undeniable fact that he can inspire anybody with his style of addressing the audience.
“If you don’t read newspaper and magazine, you will be half baked.”
I never heard such a collaboration of words but somehow they actually touched my heart.
“Just ask yourself, ‘What I want to be?’. Trust me, once you have a career vision, it will not let you sleep.”
These were really heavy thoughts that I could not resist myself from clapping but somehow, I ended up being the only one, applauding out of 180 students. May be I forgot for a second that it was not a guest lecture.
All in all, it was one of the best lectures of past three days.
In case, you were part of this class or learned something interesting today, feel free to share your experience in the comment below and spread your knowledge.
Things I Learned on August 11, 2017:
- No matter how you were in the past, never underestimate your present on the basis of your past.
- If you are willing to help someone, do it to the best of your abilities. (Lesson Credits: Navjot Kaur)
- It’s not hard to earn money but to act on your ideas without the faith in your abilities.
- That awesome moment when you receive the right guidance at right time. (Thanks to Navjot Kaur)
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