Come what may

Some things scratch the surface while others strike at your soul. – Gianna Perada Carini Life is a constant until we are gone. Regardless of what is happening in and around us, life is in constant motion. With this life we attempt to live, enjoy, survive, find and share meaning on an almost daily basis. […]

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Good noon fellas

“Your job is not to judge. Your job is not to figure out if someone deserves something. Your job is to lift the fallen, to restore the broken, and to heal the hurting.” ~Joel Osteen I never thought I’d be quoting Joel Osteen in a post, but this quote of his resonates with me. There’s […]

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Motivation for all

“She remembered who she was and the game changed.” ~Lalah Deliah Don’t try to fit in. Focus on who you are at your core. Not who the world wants you to be, who your family and friends expect, or who you think you need to be.Put away all the titles and degrees you’ve earned. Close your […]

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sure will

“Let’s play konji konji Amma,” she says, her eyes pleading with me. I reluctantly put away my phone and scoop her up. We cuddle, bounce, trade squishy hugs and sit on the recliner looking at clouds through the window. It is mid morning. We have not showered yet. I am loathe to move, to bring […]

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Monday Motivation-Azim Premji

AZIM PREMJI, The Son of Mohamed Hashem Premji who was a prominent businessman who founded the Western Indian Vegetable Products Ltd., a company dealing in vegetable products and refined oils.

He took control of his father’s business in 1966 when he was just 21 years old. At that time the company primarily dealt in hydrogenated oil manufacturing. Soon after assuming control, Premji began to look for diversification opportunities and strove to expand the business beyond refined oils. Soon the company diversified to include bakery fats, toiletries, light bulbs, hair care products, and hydraulic cylinders in its portfolio. Since the company no longer dealt with just vegetable products, Premji renamed it “Wipro” in 1977.

the Indian government expelled the computer firm IBM from the country In 1979. Premji saw this as a great opportunity for tapping into the emerging computer hardware and software market and began moving Wipro into the computer business.the company collaborated with several other businesses in the computer field, including an American company Sentinel Computer Corporation, to form partnerships and positioned Wipro as a successful manufacturer of computer hardware. Eventually the company entered the software market too.

The growing wealth of the company also ensured that Premji became one of the richest businessmen in the world. The ‘Business Week’ hailed him for being one of the Greatest Entrepreneurs for making Wipro one of the fastest growing companies in the world.

 

Besides being world’s one of the richest business tycoon,Azim Premji has a deep faith in giving back to the society. He founded the Azim Premji Foundation, a non-profit organization, in 2001. Through this foundation he aims to contribute towards achieving quality education for all in rural India in order to build a more equitable and sustainable society. The foundation functions in several states including Karnataka, Rajasthan, Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh and Bihar.

In 2011,He was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, the second highest civilian award by the Government of India.

 

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Need some Inspiration

This is a call to all the climbers out there. To the people not done chasing those towering peaks shrouded in stardust called, Dreams. Keep climbing. To the fighters pushing to outlast the challenges of a difficult world, To the lovers opening their hearts to an uncertain world, To the visionaries with eyes for future […]

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