Thursday, 27 September 2018

#LaunchPadJ2B - Quit Your Job & Start Your Business Series - 17

Dreams are an influential tool to bring a wish into reality. No force in this world can control a human mind from dreaming. Wherever you may be, irrespective of your age, gender, religion, being rich or poor, you can dream what you want, achieve it and change your destiny. Remember, everything in existence today had started with just a dream somewhere in someone’s mind. The reality of what we see today is a dream developed over time, combined with strong determination, passion and lots of hard work.

What it takes to reach your desired destination is a big dream and a firm determination to achieve it. Have the courage to dream and follow the path it takes you. This will only bring out the best within you and reach your true potential. When you work hard to achieve your dreams it inspires others around you. Your passion & determination motivates others around you to believe in themselves & their dreams. It has a ripple effect.

Mahatma Gandhi has been an inspiration to millions of people worldwide. He was an enlightened soul who left a permanent mark on the history of this world by promoting non-violence and love among all. Even Britishers, against whom Mahatma fought for India’s independence were mesmerized by his charm and respected him for his leadership skills and acumen. Just to name a few people who were inspired by him

1. Steve Jobs

He was so much inspired by Mahatma’s vision that he featured him for “Think Different” advertisement series for Apple computers. As he started his second innings at Apple in the year 1997, he stood before a giant portrait of Mahatma Gandhi, his hero and said these words before a packed audience: “”Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers…because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” It is believed that Mahatma Gandhi inspired these words.

2. Martin Luther King

Martin Luther King was the famous American activist and revolutionary who led the Civil Rights movement and inspired millions of African-Americans to fight for their rights, using non-violent ways. He was greatly inspired by Gandhi and used his philosophy and teachings in the movement.

3. Barack Obama

Barack Obama is so much inspired and motivated by Gandhi that his portrait hung in the Senate office just to remind that the real results won’t come from Washington DC, but from people.

4. Nelson Mandela

Mahatma Gandhi had a huge impact on Nelson Mandela’s vision and thinking. Often called South African Gandhi, Mandela never met Mahatma but has referred to his teachings and leadership lessons several times. It is widely acclaimed that the Satyagraha March by Gandhi deeply influenced Nelson Mandela’s thought process and motivated him to fight the oppressions inside his own country.

Besides these personalities, there are millions of others who are daily inspired by Mahatma’s vision and teaching and enable themselves to think better.

All The Best and Stay in Touch

- Sincerely Yours -
Success Coach Nilesh
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