we see God in you not the devil


In response to the unethical practices of some Physicians and Hospitals with pure commercial motto’s .

Dear Doctor

We share our sufferings because your expertise is elixir to our bodies, we always wish that you are hale and healthy because your caring hands for sure will cure us. Believe us, we see God in you not the devil.

The best of the health, the most of the memories of your family be with you because your healing touch makes us see God in you not the devil.

The blessings of the cured , always be with you for the sacrifices you make and we all See God in you not the devil.

Your deft handling of illness, every night and day shall not go in vain for most of the times because you do make us see God in you not the devil.

For the vigour and new life you gave dear Doctor, our eyes will be full of gratitude and we can only see God in you not the Devil.

You are the healer of the suffering, you are the answer of our prayers and it is truly our destiny when cured or not, but we only see God in you not the devil

Fate it is really in this journey of joy and sorrow, bliss and sufferings, health or illness but we are blessed by your well wishes so we see God in you not the Devil.

Blessings, gratitude, heartfelt thanks and the joy of being treated by you makes us feel that we have seen the GOD in you and you will never be a DEVIL,

Dear Doctor.

Be professional, be ethical, have empathy, be with the needy, cure with utmost care and sincerity, since we see God in you not the devil dear Doctor.

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Flow


After a gap I have gone back accepting global assignments in ERP consulting again. Iám also studying MBA under Andhra University.  I accepted part time work  so that I can spare time for my passion for teaching. I was once a Mentor for MSIT (Master in science and information technology,   under “Center for Higher learning”) course,   in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University (USA) at JNTUK campus.  Juggling between global software project work , studying MBA and teaching needs proper time management schedules and I  follow a certain flow  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flow_(psychology) for doing my best. I  love getting to my peak performance at anything i take up  pretty quickly. In other word I want to get back to flow. It took a while for me to find the rhythm I needed. But I felt that I should share my experiences with my students and others  who read  my blog. While interacting with students I  found that many are struggling to get the best out of their day  and to find success in whatever they dream of doing.  But many are not able to focus on neither studies nor in other positive actions, that contribute to their success due to lack of willingness to work hard towards their goal, lack of focus ,concentration and the facebook effect  (https://skillsnest.wordpress.com/2012/05/27/facebook-or-other-social-websites-are-harmful-to-you/ ) .  If you are building a new machine or developing  software games or you are a software coder you cannot achieve peak performance at your work with just a couple of attempts. It takes some time and good effort to find a rhythm and consistency at your work. If you want to become expert in one area , it takes ten thousand hours of practice to achieve perfection in whatever you do. http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/on-luck-success-and-10000-hours.html Here are some ways of getting back to your peak performance of whatever you want to do.

  1. Yoga, Meditation is a proven way of getting back your focus. Try learning the right way of yoga/ meditation and practice it. Yoga improves your health tremendously, and Meditation brings peace and tranquility to a turbulent brain.
  2. Visualization .Imagination.  Many from sports use it. It is mental rehearsal. It enables them to find some way of achieving what they want to. More about it here. http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/sport_psych/a/aa091700a.htm
  3. Try doing something that scares you,  for example presenting in front of audience. It is emotional feelings  that have to be controlled to bring the best out of you.
  4. Your study room matters a lot. Keep your table tidy. Remove the mountain of books on the table. The more clutter you find on your table the less you ware inspired to study. Otherwise find a serene place where there is good lighting. Well lit parks are good places for yoga,  studies and physical exercise .
  5. Moods matter a lot in whatever you want to do. If the mood is not good then listening to music and going to gym or parks is a good way of relaxing your brain.
  6. For some,  Coffee gives the relaxation they need but too much of coffee is not good for health.
  7. Visiting temples, church or mosque gives the peace of mind you need so that you can come back with peace and work on your assignments. Try that out.
  8. Finding the best time of the day for studies also helps to prioritize what you want to do at that time.
  9. Everyday exercise , morning or evening walks in parks  helps to tone up your body. Prayer, meditation helps your mind.
  10. Doing what you love the most is what matters. So from early stage of life try finding what you love the most and develop the skills you need and find success.

Office manners


Bad manners can severely damage your reputation and effectiveness as an employee and can reflect poorly on your company.  In today’s culturally diverse workforce, the chances of saying or doing “the wrong thing” are much greater than ever before. Sometimes because of your behavior you may loose your job or may not get promotions until you fix your behavior.

The changing business environment demands that employees on all levels master the principles of etiquette as quickly and thoroughly as possible in order to avoid the serious ramifications of inappropriate behavior, poor judgment, or cultural insensitivity.  Here is the list of things you need to be aware off and change your habits.

  1. You are in an important meeting and you are always on your mobile and ignoring people around you. Technology, which was supposed to make our lives easier, has increased expectations on our productivity. Work load is very high and time given to you will be  shorter, and you are required to handle multiple situations and tasks but you should never ignore people around you who are expecting you to participate in the meeting.
  2. You have a loud voice and you are shouting to your peak in the mobile phone ignoring your colleagues who are working quietly.
  3. You use the office kitchen and don’t wash the utensils that you used.   You fill up the office refrigerator with your food and forgot to remove it after several weeks. The fridge smells bad and it reflects on your callous attitude.
  4. Forgetting a name of a person you just got introduced to within few minutes of introduction.
  5. Forwarding company confidential email to a wrong person or to wrong company, or outsiders and not able to realize about it. This one will bring you a lot of trouble if you are not paying good attention to whom you are forwarding or talking to about company affairs. Be very watchful when you talk about confidential information to outsiders or even your close outside friends.
  6. You are in a meeting and forgot to switch off your cell phone and it started ringing loudly disturbing the meeting.
  7. Your lunch which has onions or garlic or strong smelling ingredient  can cause bad smell in your mouth that  your co-workers are unable to bear.
  8. Be observant and ask questions.  When traveling internationally, notice how people act, dress, and treat each other.
  9. Think before you speak.  Avoid slang.  Stay away from controversial subjects like politics and religion, unless, of course, your host brings up the subject but be aware whether you are in business meeting or personal meeting. While on company meeting be polite and divert the attention back to work from politics or religion.
  10. Keep an open mind.  Be aware that something as simple as a handshake differs from culture to culture.  In some countries, eye contact may be kept to a minimum as a way of showing  respect.  And don’t be surprised if someone greets you with a kiss on the cheek.
  11. Never refuse hospitality when it is offered.  In most cases your international host will offer you water, coffee or tea.  Gladly accept their offer, even if you are not thirsty.  By not doing so, you run the risk of insulting him/her.
  12. Appreciate the differences.  Don’t compare living standards of your country. with those of your international hosts.  There’s nothing wrong with being proud of where you live, but boasting and comparing can be counterproductive to establishing a successful relationship.
  13. Be apprised of world events.  You don’t have to be an expert in international affairs, but it is helpful to know the basics, like what foods your visitors or hosts enjoy, what holidays are observed in their country, and a lot about rules of the country and their favorite sports.
  14. Learn a few phrases that connects you to your international friends and make them comfortable talking to you .  Learn at least a few common phrases before traveling abroad Your efforts will be appreciated.
  15. When on international projects or in a different country do mix with other nationals as much as possible and try learning about their culture and habits. You may end up  becoming best friends for ever.

Some ideas to rectify the problems  you may have noticed in your personality while reading some of the above points are as follows.

Return to Courtesy
When confronting a colleague about his or her annoying behavior, focus on solving the problem and maintaining the relationship rather than venting your anger or embarrassing the other person. Speak to them in private and sort out the matter as quickly as possible.

Ask the bad mannered employee if he/she was aware of the effect his/her actions had on others and discuss possible solutions.

Start viewing your actions from the perspective of those around you so that you don’t create the same trouble to others.

However, even the most self-aware person can have blind spots, so ask a trusted colleague or good friend if there are areas in which you can improve. If you’re the boss, get feedback via anonymous surveys from your staff. You might also consider hiring a coach to shadow you.

And quit multitasking. Not only is it insulting to others, but it doesn’t work–research has shown that multitasking reduces both your effectiveness and your efficiency.

Finally, make sure the words “please,” “thank you” and “you’re welcome” are a regular part of your vocabulary. Just saying “Thanks, great job” can make a world of difference and that brings smile to other person”s lips.

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