To the above question, most of us would nod a YES! Right?
Indeed, the experiences we all get from whatever we have done in the past and whatever we are doing or whatever we are going through today is a good teacher. Sharing good or bad experiences with others prepare them mentally and physically, provided they are prepared to learn from them. They get insights on how to handle or manage typical situations or on how tasks can be completed successfully.
But the tough part is how many people connected with us directly or indirectly benefit from our experiences. The numbers might be very less. Why?
It is simply because they think their education or task management skill is superior to experiences of others. They aren’t prepared to accept anything beyond their mental or physical reach.
However, there are few who are always on their toes to learn from their own mistakes and grasp everything from the experiences of others. Although the numbers are very few, they succeed in whatever they are doing or are planning to achieve. They never take credit for their success. In fact, they openly accept constant learning from others.
You know, such breed is very rare.
So, how would you know whether your experiences are useful to others? Here are few pointers which can tell…
Read more – Are your experiences useful to others?
The wristwatch in the picture was gifted by my Dad when I passed grade 12, 25 years ago. The make is TITAN.
TITAN is a leading and well-known wristwatch brand. A brand jointly created by TATA and Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO).
Read more and a poem that I wrote dedicated to this masterpiece.
Misspelled words are a big NO for most of us, but for writers and readers, it can be a terrible experience.
Even a single letter here or there can miscommunicate or script out a meaningless sentence.
By profession, I am a content writer with a private company, and I take extreme care with spellings while writing blogs, copy, or writing emails. And by passion, I am a poet, so, I can’t afford to misspell a single word.
I have come across many signboards or store names, which are blatantly misspelled. Like the one in the picture below. The picture is of an apartment building close to my home.
See photo and read more…
Personally, I hate to see spelling mistakes. They make me angry.
I know, the answer to the title is very much a “Yes!”
Yes, accidents – small or big do affect our self-confidence, especially when the mishap occurs when we are least prepared. That’s the reason they are accidents, but we go in complete shock when the smash happens with something we are fond of doing – riding a bike or driving a car for example.
Physically and mentally healthy may recover quickly after a small or bearable accident. People opposite to that might require more time to come out of the shock.
However, traumatic accidents spare none. Apart from disturbing normal flow of life, they ruin the victims and lives of others. While those who survive – they either lose their confidence completely or are left handicapped for life. It pains to see handicapped survivors.
Sharing my own experience of a bizarre accident that I met last week.
I was on way to my office on my two-wheeler. I was at a crossroad signal, where I was supposed to turn right that led to my work place. We have timer traffic signals in Ahmadabad at most junctions.