ratanlal Started The Discussion:
Hi Friends,

This attachment is a excerpt from the speech of Bryan Dyson, Former CEO of Coca Cola. His short sppech of Work life balance is worth for all the working professionals who tend to loose that qualitative personal life vis a vis professional achievement.

Regards

Ratan
Posted 23rd December 2010 From India, Hyderabad
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Hi, Thanks for this posting... we definitely need these type of motivations every day... I would recommend everyone to keep this as your desktop as screen saver...... Regards, YC
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
Really very nice.. The last line is having very deep meaning..and if understood well, we can balance every thing.
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, Vadodara
Dear Mr. Bryan Dyson, Former CEO of Coca Cola, Message is very good for our day-to-day busy life ______________________________ Best Regards, Dinesh Kumar Mob : 9871686472
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, New Delhi
Hello Ratan, Thanks a lot for sharing us this very useful information. this is really good, effective and understandable, i would like to appreciate your contribution the provide such a awesome presentation.
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, Bangalore
Hi Ratan
Had you ever done any analysis on expatriates employed in GCC and other countries. Because most of the expatriates live a bachelor life while their family is in India. In what sense WORK LIFE BALANCE STRATEGY is applicable for expatriates?

According to me everyone is professional in this world as he possess certain skills that makes him earn his bread and better.

regards
Khadir
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, Chennai
very powerfull speech, subub words by by Bryan Dyson,thank u for posting, hope we can give more time for that, regards; isikon.job Ratan 8121013121.
Posted 24th December 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Res, Thnx. for sharing Really very nice msg. from the speech of Bryan Dyson, Former CEO of Coca Cola I.most like. keep it up...............!!!!!!!!!!!! Bashir
Posted 25th December 2010 From India, Pune
Hi, A very good quote if well understood and implemented. Thanks for such good postings. Regards, Masood
Posted 25th December 2010 From India, Hyderabad
A good slide and eye o[ener to those who think that longer hours without devotion will be useful. Yes it will be useful for onr in the eyes of the boss in short run but in the long run results of longeer time spent on job will be evaluated.

so one must be careful in not ignoring both aspects work and life. Achieve perfect balance and lead a peaceful life.
Dr. Vasudeva Reddy
Hyderabad
Posted 25th December 2010 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Ratan,

Ofcourse, Mr. Bryaan is 100% right. When was this speech he made ?. These days of competition in the business field, what percentage of people are able to follow this. Even in cocacola what style is being followed these days/

Regards,

T.P.V. Ravindran
Posted 26th December 2010 From India, Tiruppur
We all know life has to be balanced, still we forget in our busy work schedule, Thanks, For reminding us with such a nice posting.
Posted 27th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
SHAS 
Excellent reminder. We tend to overlook the things that are important to us simply because we are busy trying to obtain something that we think will take care of those important things.
Posted 3rd January 2011 From Brunei Darussalam, Bandar Seri Begawan



 
 
 
 







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