How It All Started
Few years back on
a hot summer day, I was sitting, with the Chief Medical Superintendent of a
modern hospital discussing some technicalities of medical equipment. I was
representing a multinational company dealing in medical equipment.
Suddenly, an old
villager came with a sick child in his arms and very humbly requested for
treatment. The Doctor (CMS) asked him in a very harsh tone why and how he had
entered his (The Chief’s) room.
mentioned that the emergency department had sent him. The doctor picked up the
phone and started long arguments with other doctors regarding whose duty was it
to attend to the sick child. In these arguments about 15 minutes went by in
justifications and classifications about who was on duty and who should attend
to the patient.
Meanwhile, the old
villager was made to shuttle three times between emergency and CMS room through
a long hospital corridor as per the harsh and indifferent instructions being
given to him. When the old man shuffled back for the third time in the CMS room
the sick child suddenly gasped, shuddered, shouted B—A—B—A and
I cannot forget
the empty look in the eyes of the old man. It was as though somebody had pulled
out his very soul and drained him of his very life. He looked at the dead body
of his son in his arms and two silent tear drops fell from his eyes. The
distraught father did not know his rights ------; he only saw his dead son and
quietly walked away.
I often think
that the child would have died even if the treatment had been given, but did the
concerned staff have any right to treat (or ill treat) the patient in this
manner and kill the hope with which the poor old man had come to the hospital.
and the apathy of the medical staff cut deep into my heart. With the death of
that baby many questions were born in my mind. I wandered if the staff could be
developed for better care with more human touch. Can a difference be made in
human attitudes and behaviours? Can the quality of life be improved? Can the
quality of relationships, communication, sales, safety productivity be
improved???? ? ??? …….
prompted me to think and redesign my career path. Now, making a difference has
become the motto of my life and career.
I thought about
the committed people I knew. What were they doing that was so special? I read
hundreds of self development books and listened to tapes and CDs, and
participated in many seminars on self-development. I integrated the leanings
from various sources and formulated my own success theories and practises to
first get me a suitable job as a trainer and then later to become a successful
independent Training Consultant.
It hasn't been a
bed of roses along the way though. It took me lots of hard work and ample number
of non-successes. From there I progressed and gained the position of being
Principal Consultant for many training assignments including the world’s largest
in as many years and then was asked to lead a team of about 50 consultants. I am
currently living my dream as a full time Principal Consultant advising people
and businesses on how to achieve success in all that they do.
Today I take
pride that I have set a business and work with a group of like-minded
individuals who are striving to make this a better world to live in. I choose my
associations and customers very carefully and work with people who are committed
to the cause …….. The cause of making this globe a better place to live in.
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