Saturday, February 14, 2009

Trust your Guts

People like to take others opinion when they start something new. Many often feel dejected on receiving criticism. The founders of Google tried to sell their patented technology for $1 million. Everyone they approached passed on their offer – companies didn't get the chance to connect with the opportunity. They failed to see The Bigger Picture of how search engines would shape up the technology of tomorrow. However the founders did not give up and result is in front of us – who doesn’t know Google today? It is worth a cool $141 billion today.

It is high time that you start to trust your guts. Practise listening to your heart and then follow it. Don’t get too much used to taking the easy way out, raise up to the kind of person you would like to be. There are people like Nelson Mandela and Gandhi who resisted the way things were and trusted their guts to take forward the light of hope. This world wasn't put together by people with small vision and minor thoughts. It was built by the eccentrics like Einstein and oddballs who had the courage to passionately follow their dreams.

So what are you waiting for? Each of us has desires to be a better human being and to be a part of a wonderful tomorrow. Let’s start today on the beautiful path in pursuit of doing something great.


Vincenzo Cucinotta said...

Hi, Nitima!
Well, I'll not give up too with my "green ideology", thank you for your encouragement. Will I be a new Gandhi? I am joking, I am not looking for it, I only would like to give my contribution to mankind, since I see that things in our world are not going well, and there are many dangers for mankind. At the next post, Enzo

Anonymous said...

Build thousands of elementary schools all over the world. Insure that every child in the world has access to at least elementary education.

Teach universal language so everyone can understand everyone. Show picture of earth from space, as evidence that earth is a beautiful and fragile globe that we all can share.

Love and respect each other. UNESCO can help with this enterprise.

Nitima Sood said...

Hi Vincenzo & Earthling,
Thank you for your comments and ideas.

Vincenzo: If you support the cause, you can do wonders and who knows what future has stored in for you?

Earthling: I believe we should start with taking small steps and biggers ones would follow.

Thanks again guys!