Issue 97 - 05 | How Perceptions Shape Realities
By Baldev Seekri
Published Aug. 8, 2012 12:00 p.m.
“In our daily existence, we are constantly on a trip, going from one place to another. It is true whether we are faced with a situation threatening our survival, simply following our daily routine, or met with an unprecedented opportunity to thrive. Our journey is a needed activity that we too often view as a burden, as obligatory and forced. We thus make our journey a monotonous routine, depriving ourselves of memorable experiences and the enjoyment that we really deserve. A large majority of us do not understand that our perceptual view of our journey has a powerful influence on the enjoyment (or lack of it) and the feeling of accomplishment (or lack of it) we could receive from it.”
About Baldev Seekri |
Baldev Seekri is the author of Organizational Turnarounds with a Human Touch. He retired from Texas Instruments Inc. as general manager in 2005 and is accredited with multiple successful turnarounds of businesses around the globe. He currently serves on the Board of Governors of Leadership Rhode Island.
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