Self Motivation is not a challenge, it is an art!!

Boosting up one’s own energy and maintaining it in all the situations of life. If we are done with this then, we are not only self motivated but also motivating other’s around through our thoughts and deeds.

How to retain our “self” away from getting irritated and stopping from energy loss?

  • Keep thinking good things and convert those good thoughts into deeds.
  • When there is a problem, get out of the problem and see it as problem alone to find quick solutions.
  • Never drown into the issue and in such case of emotional stages, seek your mentor, friend’s help who is a rational thinker. Because many solutions will come out when we are out of emotions.
  • Bridge the Gap between inner self and the outer world.
  • Spend time with nature when you feel you are exhausted and nature will help to regain your energy level.
  • Spend time with positive thinkers and energetic people so that you also get the hopes back.
  • Happiness is a mindset. When we run behind materialistic needs and fulfilment then we tend to be dis-satisfied and get into the world of sorrow. Know your limits and proceed on in line to succeed with inner happiness.
  • Never compare yourself with other people instead see what you have been blessed with to lead the life peacefully.
  • Never under – estimate your inner power and feel proud of yourself and let go if you are not capable of doing something which can be done by others.
  • Motivate others who are weak and the same will come back to you with extended helping hand.

 Accepting the truth about ‘self’ by knowing the strengths and weaknesses, will give more energy to be happy always and sorrow will be unknown word of dictionary in your life as you are close to the truth. Unique is something which we always need to keep in mind and never feel inferior of self about in-capabilities.

Absence of trust ……

Member of teams with an absence of trust…

  • Conceal their weakness and mistake from one another.
  • Hesitate to ask for help or provide constructive feedback.
  • Hesitate to offer help outside their own area of responsibility.
  • Jump to conclusions about the intentions and aptitudes of others without attempting to clarify them.
  • Fail to recognize and tap into one another’s skills and experience.
  • Waste time and energy managing their behaviors for effect.
  • Hold grudges.
  • Dread meetings and find reasons to avoid spending time together.

 Member of trusting team ….

  • Admit weaknesses and mistakes.
  • Ask for help.
  • Accept questions and input about there of responsibility.
  • Give one another the benefit of the doubt before arriving at a negative conclusion.
  • Take risks in offering feedback and assistance.
  • Appreciate and tap into one another’s skills and experience.
  • Focus time and energy on important issues, not politics.
  • Offer and accept apologies without hesitation
  • Looks forward to meetings and other opportunities to work as a group.


Some of the notes form Patrick Lencioni session ….. Thanks …

American Turnaround: Reinventing AT&T and GM and the Way We Do Business in the USA

I Recommended This  Books “American Turnaround: Reinventing AT&T and GM and the Way We Do Business in the USA”

by Edward Whitacre












I liked the simple down to earth approach to management.

A very well written book which could serve as a model for many executives. Good detail on how to fairly judge and manage people and an organization.

I like his approach to business that can be applied to life: giving people the authority to do their jobs and then encouraging them to do those jobs.



From Ouch to Oops

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From Ouch to Oops is a humorous narrative of RamG Vallath’s life, a story of how he reinvented himself after being struck down by an incurable autoimmune disorder at the peak of his career.

The disorder starts with tremors in his hands and deterioration of balance, but these conditions worsen rapidly and lead to a weakening of muscles and loss of dexterity in his fingers. His problems are compounded when he is asked to leave his job. His medicines are expensive and rife with side effects. But what is worse, they are mostly ineffective. However, in spite of the odds, he keeps his spirits high, being always the one to keep his team and family in high spirits.

Finally, he enrolls for a clinical trial in the US which can potentially cure him and the treatment is successful. He uses his experiences to create a unique motivational intervention for corporate employees and becomes a successful motivational speaker, consultant and mentor. Three key lessons to take away from RamG’s life: no problem is unsolvable always be the provider of cheer and when the going gets tough, the tough get humorous.

A fighter’s struggle with an incurable disorder.












“From Ouch to Oops” is a humorous narrative of RamG Vallath’s life, a story of how he reinvented himself after being struck down by an incurable autoimmune disorder at the peak of his career.