KMM 2015 Session 7 – Break your Chains.
The most important quality in life is courage, the conviction that CHANGE is required and that we must take initiative to change. Believe you ARE special. That’s the whole game of life. If we believe we are ordinary, we will live ordinary lives. Don’t beg. Earn!
KMM 2015 Session 6 – 90% + 10%
Positive thinking is NOT expecting the best to happen. Positive thinking is finding the best in whatever happened. And then….moving ahead! The formula of life is “90% + 10 % = 90% + 10%” In this 10% lies the reason for us being alive. In this 10% lies the seeds of our future. In this 10% lies our greatness. Let’s fill our hearts with gratitude for the 90% that has been given to us.
KMM 2015 Session 5 – Happiness is my Anchor!
Leverone has issues and challenges. Happiness is a choice. One needs to develop courage and the ability to laugh at oneself, to have the habit of Happiness.
KMM 2015 Session 4 – C R S E
In life, you don’t get what you desire, you get what you deserve. The bridge between what you desire and deserve is, C.R.S.E. CONSISTENT, SELF- MOTIVATED, REFINED, EFFORT
KMM 2015 Session 3 – I Love Me, Jai Hind!
People with negative, weak self-belief have less than 15% chances of success. People with high self-belief have more than 90% chances of success. Our self-belief is built either by depending on others, by depending on yourself, by doing things that make you truly proud and by having a sense of responsibility Those who assume responsibility in spite of difficulties and then go ahead without hesitation develop strong positive vibrant self-belief and can say I LOVE ME.
KMM 2015 Session 2 – I KNOW HOW TO SOLVE!
“Flowers fall even though we love them; Weeds grow even though we dislike them.” Complicated situations exist as part of life. Hence the ability to SOLVE is quintessential to live a happy life. One of the most exciting models of solving any issue is “Design thinking.” It combines hands-on learning (tinkering) with independent problem-solving methodologies. When students practice design-thinking projects in the classroom, they not only master the concepts within the project, they exercise their skills of collaborating with teammates, investigating their topic thoroughly, using empathy to generate ideas for solutions, prototyping, and testing. Most importantly, they learn that failure is not a setback.
KMM 2015 Session 1 – I Can make it happen
History abounds with tales of experts who were convinced that the ideas, plans, and projects of others could never be achieved. However, accomplishment came to those who said, “I can make it happen.”