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“Isn’t it irresponsible to be carefree about certain matters?”
March 3, 2018
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I was standing on a tallest building of Ahmedabad, India and enjoying my favorite coffee ” star bucks ”

As I stood there mesmerized by how carefree and graceful this moon appeared, I thought…

“If I was that carefree, I’d be so happy!” At a same time, i need to be sincere also. I want to die as a person who could have less talent but use it optimum level, rather than most talented hypocrite. i am too deeply connected with my sincerity, credentials and actions.

I want to be rare talent who is sincere , not to show artful dissimulation to impress others and to win over others confidence. i am doing my work silently ….. day and night.

i consider as basic virtues and truly winning formula. It is too difficult for me to understand and accept that someone can make the ground successfully without becoming sincere. I am not ready to accept.

A sudden realization whispered in my mind… “I’m not very carefree. I take things way too seriously.” Specially, when it comes to my credentials and character. When it is on my work and code of conduct. Why i treat it seriously?

Even, when i am not wrong. Why i try to prove right to people who are affecting on state of mind. Why ?

And I think it’s true for many of us. We end up taking life way too seriously, too often.

You don’t have to be SO serious. You have permission to be CAREFREE.

What i like is : Externally laughing and internally sincere. These mechanics works. It could be good style to lead my selves. Usually, people drive you. People around you affect on your state of mind.

when you do have to take care of genuinely “serious things” (as we all do from time to time), it’s entirely about your attitude to them. Instead of viewing them like 10-tonne weights in your mind, imagine them to be like light little feathers! In that lighter attitude, you’ll be happier and far more effective in dealing with them.

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Dr Shailesh Thaker

Dr. Shailesh Thaker is a world-renowned management thinker and trainer on organizational behavior and development. He is the CLO of Knowledge Plus Inc., a highly reputed training firm based in Ahmedabad, India, helping organizations to achieve international benchmarks in management practices.

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