JAMMU, Feb 28: Shiv Khera, popular motivational speaker and bestselling author of books like “You Can Win” and “Living With Honour” delivered a though provoking lecture at Jammu University, here today.
Delivering the lecture on topic, ‘Attitude, Leadership, Motivation & Values’, Khera relayed to the audience the fact that we don’t have handicaps in life but are stuck in it because of our bad attitude. “There are no business problems, only people problems,’ he said.
Click here to watch video
He emphasized on planning and making appointments one week in advance and said that is the mantra to remain ahead of others. He sought to draw a line while explaining the difference between making money as criminal and earning money as honesty signifying thereby that money earned through fair means did, in fact, bring happiness.
Khera exuded that a healthy body is a necessary prerequisite and in that endeavours, everyone should focus on physical strength and that should never be ignored. He mentioned that in this fast moving world, technology and most importantly ideas were getting obsolete almost on a daily basis. “This can either be seen as a problem or an opportunity that can be exploited. Even in this era of rapid transitions, people skills, persuasion skills and skills of prioritisation hold their ground as immovable constants and the one who masters them is destined to great achievements in life,” he added.
He also spoke about the new leadership position that India has attained under Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi. Citing the example of Ukraine, he reminded that the citizens holding Tri-Colour were given a safe passage there and this was the reason that even Pakistani based there were seen holding the Tri-Colour to get safe passage.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof Umesh Rai, JU Vice-Chancellor, hoped that the student and the University fraternity will benefit from the life lessons enumerated from thought provoking lecture of Shiv Khera. The Vice-Chancellor also quoted examples of leadership and value systems by drawing comparative in the present day era with the epic Mahabharata.
Earlier, Prof Arvind Jasrotia, Registrar JU presented a formal welcome address. Dr Meenakshi Kilam, Director DIQA, introduced the Speaker while Prof S K Pandita, Director, HRDCJU, delivered a formal vote of thanks.
Among those present on the occasion, included Manish Sinha, ADGP, HQS, J&K; Anand Jain, Director Anti Corruption Bureau, J&K; Balwant Thakur, Arun Joshi, Prof Naresh Padha (DAA), Prof Rajni Kant (DRS), Prof Neelu Rohmetra (Director DDE), Prof Meena Sharma (Dean Planning), Prof Prakash Anathal (DSW), Sanjeev Mahajan (Controller Examination) and others.