Overwhelm by LinkedIn responses

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I am really overwhelm by the response and viewers who looked at my post on LinkedIn. It is but obvious that I can not able to pin point who looked at it but at least I can say 182 of them where Managers/CEOs which means to me a lot. Most of them were Recruiters as you can see. But I am More interested talking to managers/directors where I think I can add value to their organization.

I admire all the companies and their management styles, they all are great and I am proud that some of the most recognised companies from Midlands and I adore them all. For the new role I am really keen to meet personally which allow me to excel my dreams and in return I will give my commitment to the company to put value back by serve them for next 5 years undoubted.

If it sounds good enough to you and feel that investing in my intellectual can reward your organization with greater returns then please contact me or delegate your HR to send me a proposal which I unable to denied. Your HR can email me from here.

I look forward to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Ravi Lodhiya

p.s.: If you are a Key Decision maker and want to save 25% agency fees then please approach me directly.

p.p.s.: Recruiters don’t be afraid to contact me either. I admire you equally and happy to have you business. So feel free to drop me a line.

All-in-One, One post to all social media from my blog.

Thanks to nextscripts. Now I can able to post every possible social network site with one place. It has been long time to catch up with this blog, but it was worth waiting. Now I can post this to #twitter, #Facebook and #LinkedIn. hooray…..

I feel like more organized and can socialized even more. So I am going to post this and check. see what I can come up with.

Till then.

Ciao.

RL

5 Insights on Creativity from Osho

5 Insights on Creativity from Osho.

1. Ego is the enemy of creativity. You are at your creative best when you do things because you find joy in doing it, because it has an intrinsic value to you. When you do things with a purpose of gaining recognition (and hence satisfy your ego), creativity is limited. Our need for external validation for our work stops us from being receptive, open and curious.

2. Creativity is a paradox. The more you try to be creative, the less creative you will be. Conscious effort to be creative comes in your way to be creative – that is because creativity flows. I wrote earlier that constraints help us become creative – but being in a state flow, being with the work, being in the work is the key to be creative. The book says, “It is not a question of what you do, it is the question of how you do it. And ultimately it is a question of whether you do it or you allow it to happen.”

3. Creativity means letting go of past. Too much reliance on our past stops you from being creative. Creative person is the one who lives in the moment, understands the context and looks at possibilities. As Osho rightly says in the book, “To bring intelligence into activity, you don’t need more information, you need more meditation. You need to become less mind and more heart.”

4. Creativity is an inner game. It stems from your love for the subject. It stems from your passion to practice, courage to try and learn by doing. Osho says, “If your act is your love affair then it becomes creative. Creativity is the quality you bring to the activity you are doing. It is an attitude, an inner approach – how you look at things. Whatsoever you do, if you do it joyfully, if you do it lovingly, then it is creative”

5. Creativity demands a lot of courage. Because doing something unconventionally requires you take risks, be prepared for failure, and learn from it. Osho observes that once you recognition and respect (external validation) keeps us from experimenting, because we are too afraid to fail.

Bottom line:

Creativity isn’t always about doing something that no one has done before – but in my view, it is always about executing your ideas with great love, great joy and a deep interest. If world recognizes it, you will be grateful. If not, you will still find intrinsic joy and happiness. Being creative is a selfish act!

Above paragraphs are taken from one of my favourite mentor tanmay vora’s blog  www.qaspire.com. It seems to me that I am start taking interest in OSHO. I will read something that make me more sense and fulfil my desire and lust about life (curiosity, passion, affection, love ). It is so simple message and yet so powerful to understand, realizing in a practical prospective. It’s just truly amazing. I just can’t explain it in batter then this simple words.

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