Realizing what you are made of

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Realizing what you’re made of:

Realizing what you’re made of Yugal Hinduja Drishti Sharma

Glenn E. Mangurian:

Glenn E. Mangurian R espected business leader 35 years of experience in Management Consultancy Suffered injury to spinal cord (paralyzed) Frequent speaker to executive audience in Europe and North America

Lesson 1:

Lesson 1 You can’t know what will happen tomorrow – and it’s better that way

Lesson 2:

Lesson 2 You can’t control what happens, just how you respond.

Lesson 3:

Lesson 3 Adversity distorts reality but crystallizes the truth

Lesson 4:

Lesson 4 Loss amplifies the value of what remains

Lesson 5:

Lesson 5 It’s easier to create new dreams than to cling on broken ones

Lesson 6:

Lesson 6 Your happiness is more important than righting injustices

More Examples:

More Examples Christopher Gardener born February 9, 1954 in Milwaukee , Wisconsin entrepreneur, investor,   stockbroker, motivational speaker and author struggled with  homelessness   while raising his toddler son

Christopher Gardener:

Christopher Gardener

More Examples (cont.):

More Examples (cont.) Ludwig Van Beethoven baptized 17 December 1770 – 26  March 1827 Born in Bonn, Holy Roman Empire German Composer and pianist

Beethoven (cont.):

Beethoven (cont.) In mid 30’s he lost his hearing, and in that period he created some of his greatest masterpieces. These were his heroic works like symphony 5 and opera Fidelio. By 1819 he was completely deaf But he continued composing music. Died in 1827, 20,000 people attended his funeral.

More Example (cont.):

More Example (cont.) John Forbes Nash, Jr . Born June 13, 1928, West Virginia, USA Known for Nash equilibrium Nash embedding theorem Algebraic geometry Partial differential equations

John Nash (cont.):

John Nash (cont.) Suffered from: paranoid schizophrenia Spent 10 years in Mental Hospital. After 1970, he was never committed to the hospital again and he refused any medication. Nash reports that he did not hear voices until around 1964, later engaging in a process of rejecting them.

John Nash (cont.):

John Nash (cont.) by 1995, although he was thinking rationally again in the style that is characteristic of scientists Greatest Achievements: Won  John von Neumann Theory Prize Won Nobel prize in Economics for Nash Equilibria in Game Theory.

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