20-July-2016 - Things I Learned Today

Anti-Social Media Challenge

Wednesday, 20 July 2016


Things I Learned On July 20, 2016:-
- Sharing Your Intentions, Has Less Significance Than Actually Acting On Them. (Lesson Credits: Sayma) (704 Vs. 1.)
- Don't Run For Anyone, Make Others To Chase You. (Shifting PC.)
- To Ask From Someone, Is Better Than To Perceive Things About Them Without Knowledge. (Lesson Credits: Sayma)
- Listen, Think And Then Speak. (Lesson Credits: Gazal Bakshi) (Week Off Vs. Present)
- Not A Single Day Is Ever Similar To Any Other Day. Never Panic On Unwanted Situations. Learn To Adjust. (A Request To Change PC.)
- Great Power, Not Only Increases Responsibility But Also Bring More Attitude In People. Make Sure That You Are Not One Of Them. (P.S. Tu Aaiyo Mere Pass Fer.)
- That Hilarious Moment When You React In Different Manner For The Same Situation, Depending Upon The Person You Are Dealing With.

The Day was quite normal at the beginning. Sayma was sitting next to me and which gave rise to different set of topics. She again, inspired me to write a book and also to start reading more books than just making a collection of them. Her words carried a reality of certain facts and I didn't even realize how the whole day passed in the process of receiving motivation from an outside environment.
Later in the evening at around 6:00 p.m., we were asked to leave the place where we working and start working on a different PC. The problem was not the fact that we had to change the PC but the way we were asked to. I clearly said no for the same and informed them that I was not going to leave the place until my own manager would say for it.
All had given up on trying to convince us to leave the place. Later my manager came and called my name and without making any trouble, I simply showed a thumb to my Manager with a smile and left that place after wrapping up my work. It simply made some people to give a frowned look.
The reason for raising the voice at that situation was just that when we need any help, its only our manager who helps us and nobody assist us in need in our manager's absence. Hence, clearly nobody has a right to order us unless he is our manager.
Well whatever I wrote here, may seem negative to you for a while as a reader, however, writing it has given a sense of relief to my heart and I am feeling positive to look forward and apply these lessons, in my life.

Thank You For Reading,

Rohit Sood