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Created Facebook Page – M. Ganesh Sai, Author of 5 Books on Leadership, Career and Success

Dear leader,

 

I have created a Facebook page URL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/M-Ganesh-Sai/471536619627802 You will find interesting articles regularly on this page. You may also post questions on leadership, personality development, career and success. I would respond promptly.  

 

I would appreciate if you could ‘Like’, ‘Share’ and ‘Forward’ it to all your friends, and tell them to do the same. 

 

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

M. Ganesh Sai

Founder, MGS Leadership Consultants, India

Email: mgshyd@gmail.com  

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LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/m-ganesh-sai-author/34/262/202

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Be a Wise Worker – A Short Story

“I know the price of success: dedication, hard work and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen.” – Frank Lloyd Wright

Once upon a time there were two friends – Ben and Jim in an institution. Ben was a hard worker who often worked hard day and night to score high in examination. In contrast, Jim liked working smart and was more interested in sleeping for longer time. When results were declared, Ben asked Jim, “Do you think you are going to pass?” Jim responded, “May be, yes.” When the results were declared Ben was happy to score the percentage he wanted and immediately asked Jim, “May I know your score?” Jim smiled and said, “I think! You have to see it for yourself.” Jim showed his examination results. When Ben saw the score of Jim he was astonished and asked, “How do you always get good score without working hard?” Jim was very cool and replied, “Well, my friend! I sleep for more time; my mind gets relaxed; works shaper; and grasps the things quickly.” Ben responded, “Well! What you said was true, but without practice you can’t remember everything?” Jim laughed and said, “That’s the reason why I’m not getting great marks, but good marks.”

Both Ben and Jim appreciated the learning styles of each other and collaborated. Ben started working smart and Jim started working hard, and in the final examination, both topped in their scores. The moral of this story is to blend both hard and smart work, and create a wise work to achieve all-round success in your life.

Publication of M. Ganesh Sai’s Book – Smartness Guide: Success Tools for Students

Dear friends,

 

I would like to share the successful publication of my co-authored book with my father, Professor M.S.Rao and my younger brother, M.Ramakrishna Sayee titled – “Smartness Guide: Success Tools for Students.”  World’s # 1 Communication Guru, Dr. Tony Alessandra wrote foreword for this book. And international management thinkers including Vijay Govindarajan (World’s Third-Ranked Management Guru), Patricia Wheeler and John Spence have endorsed this book. Here are the details of the book:

 

Publisher: Galgotia Publications Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 978-81-75157-0-26

Price: INR 295/- (Hard Bound) US Edition: 60 USD

Price: INR 195/- (Paperback)

Link to purchase:

 

 

About the Book:

“An Invasion by armies can be resisted but not that of an idea whose time has come.” – Victor Hugo

 

This book is a “short course” on achieving smartness and greatness. It presents success tools and techniques on platter and in capsule format so that you can read in one sitting and reap rewards.  The book

 

  • Provides a blueprint to unlock your hidden potential and achieve success.
  • Awakens the leader in you to come out with flying colors. 
  • Paves the way for launching your career successfully.
  • Unfolds to cherry-pick essences of success to excel as a successful professional.

 

The book is useful for students, educators and readers who have passion to learn and grow continuously.

 

I would appreciate if you could read the book and provide your valuable feedback.

 

 

M. Ganesh Sai

Founder, MGS Leadership Consultants, India

Email: mgshyd@gmail.com

Blog: https://mgshyd.wordpress.com

Speaker Wiki: http://speakerwiki.org/speakers/MGanesh_Sai

 

 

Dear readers,

 

I would appreciate your comments about this article.

 

 

 

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This is an educational blog for free sharing of knowledge, not for commercial use. Please don’t cut articles from my blog and redistribute by email or post to the web. The use of this material is free provided copyright is acknowledged and reference or link is made to the Blog https://mgshyd.wordpress.com  This material may not be sold, or published in any form, or used in the provision of business services to a third party without permission.

 

Publication of M. Ganesh Sai’s Book – Short Stories to Share: Get Inspired

Dear friends,

I would like to share the successful publication of my authored book titled – “Short Stories to Share: Get Inspired”. World’s 9th Leadership Guru, Arthur F. Carmazzi wrote foreword for this book. Here are the details of the book:

Publisher: Galgotia Publications Pvt Ltd
ISBN 978-81-7515-634-0
Price: INR 100/- (Paper Back)

About the Book:
“The short story is like an old friend who calls whenever he is in town. We are happy to hear from it; we casually fan the embers of past intimacies, and buy it lunch.” – R. Z. Sheppard

This book is a collection of short stories and articles emphasizing on morals and values. It contains well punched messages at the end of each story leading to lasting impression in the minds of the readers. It focuses on success, attitude, friendship, leadership, motivation and inspiration.

The book deals with honesty and integrity, and backs with short story so that readers can connect quickly with the content and get inspired. It sends a strong message that truth that alone triumphs at the end.

It is an inspirational book. You can easily toss the book into a briefcase or purse and read here and there as time allows.

The book is useful to students from kinder garden (KG) to post graduation (PG) and to all those who have flair for inspirational books.

I would appreciate if you could read the book and provide your valuable feedback.

M. Ganesh Sai
Founder, MGS Leadership Consultants, India
Email: mgshyd@gmail.com
Blog: https://mgshyd.wordpress.com
Speaker Wiki: http://speakerwiki.org/speakers/MGanesh_Sai

© 2011 MGS Leadership Consultants India. All Rights Reserved.
This is an educational blog for free sharing of knowledge, not for commercial use. Please don’t cut articles from my blog and redistribute by email or post to the web. The use of this material is free provided copyright is acknowledged and reference or link is made to the Blog https://mgshyd.wordpress.com This material may not be sold, or published in any form, or used in the provision of business services to a third party without permission.

Journey to Peak – Short Story

Once there was a boy named Jack who was very enthusiastic. He had strong will power and had the dreams to reach the peak. He was highly ambitious. His ambition was to climb the highest mountain. Therefore, he practiced very hard since childhood and started trekking and participated in all camping activities. He gained full support from his parents also.

When he grew older he nurtured his ambition. One day, Jack along with his friends pursued his ambition to climb Mt. Everest. Jack took the initiative for this journey and started climbing the mountain. They faced several challenges such as the rope of a person broken and died. Likewise all the friends of Jack were dead and Jack was alone. Jack also thought that he would die but his passion pursued him in reaching the pinnacle of the mountain. At last he reached the peak and died. He could pursue his passion as he set out his goals and goals helped him to live until he reached the peak.

Therefore, set your goals to ensure that you live longer with a purpose. It also eliminates the apprehensions and keeps you focused. Success and failure depends on how hard you care for your ambition rather than how hard you worked.