Saturday, 27 July 2013; 11:15pm
Kestopur, Kolkata, WB
Hard work, dedication and will power make a successful person.
Milkha Singh, Legendary Indian Athlete.
‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ is an inspirational movie by Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra portraying the heroics of the Flying Sikh, Milkha Singh. Farhan Akhtar as Milkha Singh has done a splendid job in this epic sports entertainer. The movie is a treat to watch and worth investing your time. The lessons learned was ‘How acute will power, supreme determination, extreme hard work can bring maximum success one can imagine of ?`
Well!, I was engrossed in watching the movie yesterday till late in the night and that’s the reason was not on my Blog. Will now update my activities for yesterday and today as well. It was a cool and rainy Friday yesterday. I helped Nisha, one of my distant relatives to appear for an interview in Wipro. I mentored and motivated her to do well. Along with her, I wished another candidate at the (interview) venue, ‘all the very best’ for the interview. Nisha, 22, is struggling hard to get a job. After death of her Father years ago, due to financial constraints she works as a Trainee in SAIL Administrative department and assists in the education of her two younger siblings. At the same time she is pursuing her Cost Accountant Course. She wants to make it big in her life. She is trying to shift to Kolkata so that she can work and do tuition for her accounting degree. All the Best little sister. May God bless you and May you achieve all that you want in your life.
At work in the first half, I took care of Time Management working consciously to complete my task
but lost way and became lenient wasting time in my favorite pastime of gossiping. Later in the evening, my laptop developed some login issues after I downloaded a media player to run a multi-media file. I appreciate efforts of Sujoy from IMG who ultimately fixed the issue to my satisfaction. Later, I wished Nabanita, one of my Managers in Project, a very Safe and Successful journey. She is flying to US tomorrow morning. She is a down to earth person and works impressively.
Sushil, a talented junior in the project dropped me near home. Many Thanks to the little hero.
About today, I felt lazy, got up late (at 9 am) and spent quality time with family. Later in the evening I saw-off Nisha till the Bus-stand. She was returning to Bokaro after her interview yesterday.
It’s 12:45am. Rani and my doll have already slept. I need to finish reading one of my Books, pending for completion for ages. Signing off for the day.
Good Night. Sweet Dreams. Lots and Lots of Love.