Bhavesh's Tryst

Little poems & notes created to break the mudane

Friday, January 27, 2012

 

HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED

 

HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED
 
 
 


 
 

 





 


 
 


 

Roll Up Your Sleeves - Very good to think ourselves...

Leadership: Roll Up Your Sleeves

One of Mr. Ratan N Tata's first assignments was the stewardship of the ailing electronics company in the Tata portfolio - Nelco.

Story goes that a team of senior managers from Nelco was driving to Nasik along with RNT. Halfway into the journey, the car had a flat tyre,  and as the driver pulled up, the occupants - including Mr. Tata - got off for a comfort break, leaving the driver to replace the tyre.
Some of the managers welcomed the forced break, as it allowed them a  much-needed chance to light up a cigarette. Some used the opportunity to stretch, and smile, and share a joke. And then, one of them suddenly noticed that Mr. Tata was not to be seen, and wondered aloud where Ratan Tata might have vanished.
Was he behind some bush?
Had he wandered off inside the roadside dhaba for a quick cup of tea?
Or was he mingle with some passer-bys, listening to their stories?
None of these, in fact while his colleagues were taking a break, Ratan Tata was busy helping the driver change tyres. Sleeves rolled up, tie swatted away over the shoulder, the hands expertly working the jack and the spanner, bouncing the spare tyre to check if the tyre pressure was ok. Droplets of sweat on the brow, and a smile on the face.
In that moment, the managers accompanying Ratan Tata got a master class in leadership they haven't forgotten.
And that's a moment that the driver of that car probably hasn't forgotten either.


Questions to ask:
·         When was the last time I rolled up my sleeves to do a task much below my hierarchy?
·         Do I wait for the big opportunity to showcase my leadership?
·         Is that big opportunity ever going to come?
·         Am I trying to manage upwards so much that I've lost the feel of the field?


Ideas for action:
·         Humility is the essence of success.  Be humble and even teach your children to be so.
·         To reach the top and remain there, always start from the bottom, else your days at the top will not last long..
·         Practice leadership in small things instead of waiting for the big crisis or a major product launch.
·         Seek to find opportunities to lead in everyday moments.
·         Build your leadership skills one baby step at a time.
·         When ones hands get dirty - The mind remains clean !!!

 

 

"Carry a heart that never hates, carry a smile that never fade & carry a touch that never hurts."


 

Life Is a Gift

Life Is a Gift 


Today before you say an unkind word - 
Think of someone who can't speak. 

Before you complain about the taste of your food - 
Think of someone who has nothing to eat. 

Before you complain about your husband or wife - 
Think of someone who's crying out to GOD for a companion. 

 

Today before you complain about life - 
Think of someone who went too early to heaven. 

Before whining about the distance you drive -
Think of someone who walks the same distance with his feet. 

And when you are tired and complain about your job -  
Think of the unemployed, the disabled, and those who wish they had your job. 

And when depressing thoughts seem to get you down -  
Put a smile on your face and think: 
you're alive and still around.

 

 


Sunday, January 22, 2012

 

EK HATO SINH...........!!!!!

ઉનાળાની બપોરે એક દિવસ જંગલમાં સિંહ પોતાની ગુફા પાસે આળસ ખાતા ખાતા બેઠો હતો. ત્યાંથી શિયાળ નીકળ્યું.

શિયાળ : જરા કહેશો કેટલા વાગ્યા મરી ઘડિયાળ તૂટી ગઈ છે.

સિંહ : અરે મને આપને, હું તેને હમણાં જ ઠીક કરી દવ છું.

શિયાળ : અરે રેવાદે ! ઘડિયાળની અંદર બહુ કોમ્પ્લેક્ષ હોય બધું, તારા પંજા પડશે તો સાવ ભુક્કા જ કરી નાખશે.

 સિંહ : પણ મને આપ તો ખરા!

શિયાળ : ખોટે ખોટી રેવાદે, મુરખને પણ ખબર પડી જાય કે સિંહ ક્યારેય ઘડિયાળ ઠીક ના કરી શકે.

 સિંહ : અરે ના ના! એવું નથી સિંહ પણ કરી શકે લાવ દે મને. સિંહ તેની ગુફામાં ગયો અને થોડીવારમાં દોડતો દોડતો પાછો આવ્યો, શિયાળે જોયું તો ઘડિયાળ એકદમ પરફેક્ટ હતી. શિયાળતો ખુશ થઇ ગયો, સિંહ પોતાની આવડતનું અભિમાન કરતા કરતા ફરી આળસ ખાવા લાગ્યો. થોડીવાર બાદ ત્યાં એક ભાલુ આવ્યો.

 ભાલુ : આજે રાત્રે હું તારી ઘરે ટી.વી. જોવા આવીશ કારણકે મારું ટી.વી. ખોટવાઈ ગયેલ છે.

સિંહ : અરે મને આપી દે હું ઠીક કરી દવ.

ભાલુ : રેવાદે, ટી.વી.ની અંદરની મશીનરી બહુ જ જટિલ હોય છે. તારા હાથના મોટા પંજા તેને વધારે જટિલ કરી દેશે. હા હા હા...

 સિંહ : કઈ વાંધો નહિ. ટ્રાય કરવા તો આપ. સિંહ તેની ગુફામાં ગયો, થોડીવાર માં દોડતો દોડતો પાછો આવ્યો, ઠીક થઇ ગયેલ ટી.વી. પાછુ ભાલુંને આપ્યું. ભાલુ તો જોતો જ રહી ગયો કે આ કેમ થયું ! તે ખુશ થતા થતા ઘરે ગયો.

રહસ્ય : સિંહ ની ગુફામાં એક ખૂણામાં એક ડઝન જેટલા નાના અને બુદ્ધિશાળી સસલા ૨૪*૭ આ જ કામ કરતા. જયારે બીજા એક ખૂણામાં એક સિંહ બેસીને ધ્યાન રાખતો.

મોરલ : કોઈ પણ મેનેજરની પ્રતિષ્ઠા અને સફળતાનું કારણ તેની નીચે કામ કરનારા કાર્યક્ષમ કર્મચારી જ હોય છે. વાર્તા અને તેનું મોરલ ગમ્યું હોય તો મિત્રોને જરૂરથી શેર કરજો....


Saturday, January 21, 2012

 

4 Miracles of Engineering in 21st Century

 

 

 

That is what I call " Engineering "  



 

 

  FEW MECHANICAL MIRACLES OF THE 21st CENTURY
 

 
 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 
 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

 

 


Wednesday, January 18, 2012

 

FW: Top-50-pictures-of-the-day-for-2012.

 

 

Shanghai 1990 v/s 2010

 

 

Protests in Egypt

 

 

 

The Blue Lagoon, Ecuador

 

 

 

Meanwhile in Chicago…

 

 

 

Best. Sidecar. Ever

 

 

 

The U.S. – Mexico Border

 

 

 

Awww Yeah Flowers!

 

 

 

Certified Badass

 

 

 

Die for the Money

 

 

 

A Castle in Miami?

 

 

 

Rago National Park, Norway

 

 

 

Wheeeeee!

 

 

 

Vintage Daredevils

 

 

 

Epic Aerial of Barcelona, Spain

 

 

 

The Sky Walker

 

 

 

‘Crystal’ Ice Cave in Skaftafell, Iceland

 

 

 

Festival of Lanterns in Chiang Mai, Thailand

 

 

 

Fields of Lavender in Provence, France

 

 

 

Yarn Bombing in Germany

 

 

 

Courageous Kitty

 

 

 

The Runaway Tree

 

 

 

70 Lightning Strikes in One Shot

 

 

 

This Dollar Bill Looks Fishy

 

 

 

The Craziest Illusion in Paris

 

 

 

A Nation Mourns

 

 

 

Ladybug Lands with Style

 

 

 

Space Graffiti

 

 

 

The Edge of Earth – Bunda Cliffs of Australia

 

 

 

Stargazing

 

 

 

The World’s Largest LAN Party

 

 

 

The World’s Oldest Marathon Runner

 

 

 

Instant  Acrophobia

 

 

 

Living on the Edge

 

 

 

The Stunning Glasswinged Butterfly

 

 

 

Lightning Show at the Grand Canyon

 

 

 

The Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve in Texas

 

 

 

Wait For It

                     

 

 

Sunset on Mars

 

 

 

Autumn in the Adirondacks

 

 

 

European Beech Trees of Mariemont, Belgium

 

 

 

The Inhabited Volcanic Island of Aogashima

 

 

 

The Great Grey Owl

 

 

 

The Cloud Covered Island of Litla Dimun

 

 

 

The Miniature Northern Saw-whet Owl

 


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