Friday, 19 July 2019

HOW TO TURN DEFEAT INTO VICTORY

HOW TO TURN DEFEAT INTO VICTORY

We Fail, Fail and Fail…..but eventually we Succeed……..

Everyone fails at least once in their life. But failure gives birth to the new you, who is very hungry to reach his goal. If you have never failed in your life then you have not tasted the real victory. The more you fail, the more you learn and finally reaches your destiny. And the final is something that you have never imagined, there will be tears of joy in your eyes. Here are some of the great personalities who turned failure into success.



MICHAEL JORDAN

Michael Jordan locked himself in a room and cried while he was thrown out of the basketball team in high school due to lack of skills. But that one incident changed his life. This incident triggered him hard that his hunger to become the best basketball player ever was accomplished. And finally, he turned his failure into victory, proved everyone that he is one of the great players. Now, he is a former basketball player and NBA’s greatest all-time player. He also becomes the chairman of the National Basketball Association. His hard work paid off and the moral of his story is that your hunger for your goals can convert your defeat into success.




ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Abraham Lincoln, born in Kentucky, USA. In 1860, he was elected as the President of United States Of America. According to the facts, he failed three times in business and seven times in campaigning. He had a natural interest in politics and he was also a highly successful lawyer. After becoming the President, he fought for slavery, won the war and kept his country united. His love and interest in politics made him a great President of the USA. Failing does not cease him to achieve something when your love toward something is big then you can eventually reach your goal as Abraham sir did.



THOMAS EDISON

Thomas Edison, an American inventor, and businessman who invented the practical light bulb. He used to sold newspapers, candy, and vegetables to supplement his income. At an early age, he developed hearing problems. When he was young, he developed many skills. Once his teacher told him that he was ridiculous to learn anything. After facing so many failures, he followed the venture of a businessman. His talent finally paid off. The devices he made, had a great influence on the world including the phonograph and the motion camera picture. If he gave up then there would not be the invention of the electric bulb. He might have incurred a lot but the way he dedicated his life towards his idea made him a great inventor.


WALT DISNEY
Who does not know this man? that made our childhood a beautiful stage through his innovative and fantastic animation. There would not be the Disney World, if he was not rejected by the editor of a newspaper cause that editor thought “ he lacked imagination and had not good ideas.” His idea of creating a Mickey mouse entertains every child. He was also rejected for Disney concept but he did not give up and went on to believe in his ideas.

These personalities were born like us but they believed in their ideas, interests, talent and eventually their hard work paid off. The only thing that was common in them that they accepted failure and fought back. So never “GIVE UP”….THIS IS THE ONE THING TO TURN YOUR DEFEAT INTO VICTORY.




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Thursday, 18 July 2019

POSITIVE BODY LANGUAGE

POSITIVE BODY LANGUAGE
Body language is the process of communicating nonverbally through body movements and gestures. Body language is of utmost importance in this highly competitive world. The corporate sector values good body language a lot and any sign of bad body language can break deals, even leading to loss of network for people.
How you communicate with your body is important because research shows that 60% to 90% of communication is nonverbal.  To many, body language is considered the most important aspect of communication as it sends signals to how we are truly feeling. In general, body language is controlled by our subconscious mind and is not always in accordance with what we are saying.  Perceptive individuals will be able to pick up on the differences between what you are saying with your words and what your body is saying with its movements and deduce how you really feel.  To make sure you are conveying your thoughts and opinions about how you want, practice your body language so that your movements match your words.
Positive body language is defined as these nonverbal movements and gestures that are communicating interest, enthusiasm, and positive reactions to what someone else is saying. An old adage says “Actions speak louder than words". Our body posture, along with its movements and placement of different body parts, play an important role in letting out our feelings and emotions, even if we don’t display the emotions voluntarily.
Indeed positive body language is vital for attracting success, hence here are some key tips to follow to keep your body language positive:
·        Posture: Keep a relaxed posture whether you are sitting or standing.  Keep your back straight but not stiff and let those shoulders relax.  This will reinforce the idea that you feel comfortable with your surroundings.
·        Lean:  Leaning in slightly when someone is speaking demonstrates that you are actively listening while leaning away signals that you are disinterested or hostile to the situation.
·        Arms: Crossing your arms is the visual clue that you are turned off by what is going on around you.  Practice hanging your arms comfortably at your side or bringing your hands together in your lap to show others that you are open to what they are communicating.
·        Handshake: The handshake is one of the most important nonverbal communication cues because it can set the mood for the entire conversation.  A firm handshake will give you instant credibility while a weak handshake will make you appear fragile.  Take care not to crush the other person’s hand though.  Giving someone a death grip will signal to them that you are a bully or overcompensating for something.
·        Hands: Talking with your hands is an easy way to incorporate gestures into your conversation but be careful not to make it a dance party.  Emphasizing words with your hands can lead you to appear more credible and assured.
·        Affirmative movements: You can show empathy with simple actions of agreement like nodding your head or smiling.  These actions let people know that you are on their side and that you can identify with their plight.  You can even use laughter when appropriate.
·        Eye contact: Keep your head up and look the person who you are having a conversation within the eyes when they are talking to you and when you are talking to them.  There is no need to stare them down and remember to blink and look away occasionally.  Good eye contact lets others know that you are interested in the conversation.

-By Anjali
(Content writer at Aircrews Aviation Private Limited)


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