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Yesteryear actor Khushbu attributes her professional success to the ability to handle the tumultuous ups and downs of life with equanimity. Addressing management students at 'Shaping Young Minds', a programme organized by the All-India Management Association in Kochi on Tuesday, she explained that the best management lessons are provided by life.
"I have learnt far more after my 8th standard, when my education had to be abruptly discontinued owing to domestic issues, by facing life's challenges head-on and learning from my mistakes. To learn from your mistakes, one should also learn to unashamedly admit that errors have been made, and how to avoid them in future situations," Khushbu said. She exhorted the students not to confine their goals to the management field, and explore possibilities of tapping their hidden talents which could be utilized in other fields as well. "Finding out who you are is as big a challenge as what life can throw at you. Let your heart rule your mind, and your mind will follow. You will be amazed by the results," she said. In his address, Dr. Bhaskar Das, president with the Times of India Group, Bennett Coleman & Co Ltd, said that people and organizations without have the passion to constantly learn and reinvent themselves. "What I call 'intelligent naivete' involves the ability to remain a child, to ask constantly questions, remain curious. This is what separates the innovators from the dinosaurs," he said. Alluding to the Bhagvad Gita, Das said that integrity in intent and purity in process would always yield the right results.
Courtesy: Times of India
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