Dear Hr Professionals,

I have received the following 2 lessons which I want to share with all of you. Hope you will find it useful.

1. It happened some years ago but I can recall the evening like it happened just last week.

I was in an audience listening to a motivational guru.

The speaker whipped out his wallet and pulled out a five hundred-rupee note.

Holding it up, he asked, "Who wants this five hundred rupee note?"

Lots of hands went up. Including mine.

A slow chorus began to build as people began to shout "Me!" "Me!"

I began to wonder who the lucky one would be who the speaker would choose. And I also secretly wondered -- and I am sure others did too -- why he would simply give away five hundred rupees.

Even as the shouts of "I want it" grew louder, I noticed a young woman running down the aisle.

She ran up onto the stage, went up to the speaker, and grabbed the five hundred-rupee note from his hand. "Well done, young lady," said the speaker into the microphone.

"Most of us just wait for good things to happen. That's of no use. You've got to make things happen."

The speaker's words have stayed with me ever since.

'Simply thinking about doing something is of no use'

Our lives are like that. We all see opportunities around us. We all want the good things.

But the problem is we don't take action.

We all want the five hundred rupee notes on offer. But we don't make the move. We look at it longingly

Get up, and do something about it. Don't worry about what other people might think. Take action.

2. Several years later, it was another day, another time.

And another motivational guru.

As I watched him pull out a five hundred rupee note and hold it up for all to see, I thought I knew what he was going to do next. But he just asked a simple question. "How much is this worth?"

"Five Hundred rupees!" the crowd yelled in unison.

"Right," said the speaker. He then took the note and crumpled it into a ball and asked "How much is it worth now?"

"Five Hundred rupees!" screamed the audience.

He then threw the note on the ground, stamped all over it and picked up the note and asked one more time: "And how much is it worth now?"

"Five Hundred rupees!" was the response.

"I want you to remember this," said the speaker.

"Just because someone crumples it, or stamps on it, the value of the note does not diminish.

We should all be like the five hundred rupee note.

In our lives, there will be times when we feel crushed, stamped over, beaten. But never let your self-worth diminish. Just because someone chooses to crush you -- that doesn't change your worth one bit!

Don't allow your self-worth to diminish because someone says something nasty -- or does something dirty -- to you."

'Never let your self-worth diminish'

From India, Hyderabad

Mr KGK sarma
your first story has made a point with which i truly agree.
Keep sharing such motivational stories
Ashish Paliwal
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From India, Delhi

Mr KGK sarma I liked both the stories they are motivational and yes not only for employees or working class but everyone. Thanks for sharing it and keep sharing such stories. Regards, Urmi.
From India, Mumbai

An excellent sharing. When taken together, the two lessons also convey the following meaning -
One needs to grab opportunities and YOU are just as eligible as the next person to grab the opportunities.

From India, Mumbai
Dear KGK Sharma, Excellent story.... Yes both of these stories are very motivational... Gr8 posting!!! Do keep on pouring such motivational lessons... Thanks, Tonika
From India, Lucknow

Dear KGK Sarma,............................... excellent post.................................. thanks for sharing ............... keep sharing .........:)
From India, Madras
moqeem Akhtar
KGK Sarma,
Both the stories are expedient for real scenario of life.........All might God helps those people who help themselves. Thanks for sharing so much motivational story.
Best Regards,

From Saudi Arabia, Dammam
Mr. KGK Sarma,
Amazing piece to read i must say and moreover it has arrived me at the right time.................I was feeling quite low from some time coz of low job satisfaction and now i feel so good after reading it........................
vvvvvvvvvv thanks

From India, Pune

Dear Mr. KGK Sharma, too good leason.. its really very motivational story.. thnx for sharing this keep posting such motivational stories.. thnx
From India, Mumbai
its amazing thinking changer thing explained here...
By the Way we all should change our perception from 2 dimensional to 3 dimensional... means there should be raise of question or curiosity behind every seen...

From India, Chaklasi
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