Virtually with a slightly of philosophy, but firmly grounded within the fact of industrial and nationwide affairs, the writer argues that 'there isn't any fact, purely perceptions of reality.' Perceptions impact our ideas and activities and those, in flip, are inspired by means of the 'lenses' by which we see the area. There are six such lenses: goal, authenticity, braveness, belief, success and fulfilment. R. Gopalakrishnan makes use of, as examples, the lives of 'ordinary humans' to demonstrate his view. by way of rotating the lenses, Gopal makes an attempt to appreciate what luck in occupation and lifestyles relatively capability. whereas biographies of celebrities are inspiring to learn, they can be learn like dramatic fairy tales-out of the scope of a regular individual. yet in Six Lenses, Gopalakrishnan narrates the tales of Plus (people like us)-as he loves to name them-from company and society, whom he has identified in the course of his illustrious profession. He elucidates the extreme classes that may be learnt from daily reviews and indicates how, by means of changing our perceptions, we will greater conquer the demanding situations we are facing at paintings and in kinfolk concerns. Thought-provoking, profound and wondering, Six Lenses will make you examine your existence and occupation in a distinct mild.
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Ken Follet, fringe of Eternity In February 1966, i used to be persuaded by means of acquaintances and in my very own head that during my ultimate yr at IIT, I had the credentials to win elections to the publish of vp, expertise scholars’ Gymkhana. It used to be prestigious and excessive profile at the campus. except a hectic calendar of extra-curricular actions, the submit gave one the legitimacy to speak to the only a few women at the campus. The campus was once certainly conservative, so such legitimacy had large worth. A US presidential-type election programme used to be to be fixed. cleaning soap packing containers and city halls within the hostels, within the play grounds and within the sessions, all of those have been par for the path. It lasted approximately months, it was once arduous, invigorating and tiring all jointly. eventually at the D-day of vote casting in June 1966, the election consequence was once introduced. given that I had received, and by way of a good margin, i used to be on Cloud 9. It was once a massive feeling to symbolize all of IIT’s 2,500 scholars, and to guide the Kharagpur activities contingent to the celebrated Inter IIT activities Meet at IIT Bombay. On a Sunday a few transitority quietness and solitude descended upon me. I heard a knock on my dormitory room door. ‘Hello Anil! ’ I acknowledged cheerfully, welcoming my long-standing pal from institution sessions. Anil and that i had studied from usual IV within the comparable university and all of the approach to IIT now, a few twelve years in all. Anil was once a super scholar, a section shy and reserved in comparison to me, and continuously prior to me within the category ranks through a piece. It were my ambition for lengthy to best Anil, yet by some means it by no means occurred from 1954 correct up till 1966. whereas I were an excellent ‘loser’ to Anil in lecturers most of these years, i used to be a proud ‘winner’ with the election effects, or so i presumed. Such innovations of self-elation have been flushing via my head, even though unstated and uncommunicated. i used to be convinced that Anil had come to pump my fingers and need me all of the most sensible. yet what used to be a whole surprise and shock. Anil sat nervously on the fringe of my mattress, fluttered his eyes and flashed me a slightly unfriendly stare. ‘So you think that you're nice since you became the vice chairman of this campus. what's so nice approximately that? Are you any the higher for having received the election? there isn't a lot distinction among you and me: we're the comparable age, we're not too far away in teachers, we now have studied within the similar tuition and now at IIT, we're expensive neighbors and prefer one another. Then how come you may have gained elections and are being cheered by means of the entire scholars in this campus? And not anyone even is aware who i'm? ’ he ranted with a few relatively deep emotions of what i assumed used to be antipathy. ‘Oh my God, he's jealous! How may well he do that to me? ’ i presumed. directly I had judged his behaviour to emanate from jealousy. Such an assumption allowed me to give an explanation for his behaviour thoroughly. Quod Erat Demonstrandum. Thank God for assumptions, they assist you to appreciate the advanced global. quickly I realised that i used to be useless improper. Anil used to be now not jealous of me, faraway from it. He was once pained, no longer with me, yet at his personal plight.