I started to write one lovely poem.
Filled with emotions and romanticism.
Some sorts of sorrow, grief and hope.
Covering the battle of tragedy and scope.
Love and betrayal back-to-back with storm.
Transformation from being feeble to strong.
Lovely days along with lovely memories.
The poem had all sorts of stories.
Trust, understanding being pillars of relations.
The poem covered all sorts of relations.
Life struggle, thoughts and imagination.
The poem dealt with all trying situation.
Well crafted words and easily relatable.
Poem described life was not much profitable.
Each phases had its own story.
The poem was a poem, not a story.
Simple, short and understandable.
The poem was little bit emotional.
Writing one lovely poem continues.
As that poem was never complete.
I wrote another lovely poem.
I am presenting that one lovely poem.
You are reading that “One Lovely Poem”.
I am very pleased to inform you all that today my blog – Ashish Vision has completed 10 years in blogging world. 🕺 Yes, it is on this day that I created my blog and the support I got from all of you is incredible. A decade of blogging journey was impossible without your motivation, support and blessings. 🙏👏 This is something which I never thought of when I started blogging. When I started sharing my literary pieces 10 years ago, I was not sure how long I will be able to continue but this happened because of you all… 🙂 Frankly speaking, you all are my strength… 🙂 This is one of the rarest things which cannot be expressed in words… 🙂 👌😂
I was in first year of B.Tech when I created this blog and I was not aware that my writings will get overwhelming response across the globe, for which I pay my gratitude to all of you. 🙂 🙏 Thank you everyone! I used to write poems in my diary before creating this blog. The best part of blogging is here readers can directly interact with writers and I have learnt a lot from these interactions in the form of your comments. Received many important and constructive feedback from many of you and have tried to incorporate the same in my writings. This virtual world gave me the platform where writers can share their writings and the best part is blogging gives you a chance to connect with like minded persons. All the readers whoever had visited my blog frequently, sometimes or even single time, I pay my gratitude to them. 🙂
Readers are writers strength and this should be accepted, in my opinion. I have always tried my best to keep that in my mind and this what had kept me going. I know, I am not that much frequent in posting but I do share whenever a thought comes in my mind. Writing is my hobby and I love to write. I enjoy it. 🙂 Avoiding forceful writing, I don’t write just to increase number of post. I love to write and share it to the respected readers.
Once again, I would like to thank everyone for your constant support and motivation. Also, I would like to have your feedback and request you to kindly share that in the form of your comments including any suggestions, would be happy to know. 🙂
Keep showering your blessings always. Stay tuned.. Keep visiting… 🙂
Holi, the festival of colours arrived with lots of joy on everyone’s face. Let’s celebrate the festival of colours with lots of love and happiness. 😊😅
I wish you all a very happy and colourful holi. May this Holi brings enormous happiness and your life should be filled with various colours of joy, love, happiness and peace. 🙏🤗. Don’t forget to play Holi by spreading love and happiness in others life as well. Once again, wishing everyone a very happy and colourful holi. 🎉🎉
It gives me immense pleasure to share that today is the 9th blog anniversary of my blog, Ashish Vision. 🎉😂 It was on this day way back in 2011, I created this blog and started sharing my literary pieces and I am glad and thrilled to know that I am able to continue for 9 years. 🙏 The overwhelming response from all of my readers across the globe is what kept me going for so long and I would like to thank all of you from bottom of my heart. 🙏🙏🙏 Thank you so much.
I have learned a lot from the blogging world and still I am learning from all of you. When I started to share my writing here, I was not sure whether I will be able to create an impact or presence in blogging but the love and support you guys showed towards my writing is really needs appreciation from my side. 👍🤗💯
I have tried to touch all the genre and will continue to share my work with you all as readers are motivational force for a writer. I am not that much frequent but whenever I have something to offer, I definitely do. 🕺 I hope you all will continue to shower your blessings and keep me motivated in future as well. 🤗🙏
Once again, thanks a million for all the love, support, motivation and blessings. 💯 I’m lucky to have you people in my life. 🙏😊💌🎉
Relationship is an important factor in life and human beings are very prone to “make up and break up” situation which happens several times. Human relations are established with various factors and it depends on us how we keep those relations intact. There are also situations where we are influenced by others and we consider them as our ideal. Looking at the other way, one can also be an ideal for others, can influence and have a good convincing power. There are many work, research and books written on human behaviour and human relations, this article picks one of them. The book titled “How to Win Friends and Influence People”, written by Dale Carnegie is a must read for everyone as it makes us understand several practical life facing situation with ample examples.
About the Author
Dale Carnegie was an American writer and lecturer. Born on 24th November 1888 in Missouri in United States, his work is considered to be the finest in terms of human relations, inter personal skills, public speaking and self-improvement. He was a famous writer of his time and his work is still remembered today.
Carnegie’s first collection of his writings was Public Speaking: a Practical Course for Business Men (1926), later entitled Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business (1932). In 1936, he wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People which became a bestseller from its debut. By the time of his death on 1st November 1955, the book had sold five million copies in 31 languages. He wrote several other books including:
The Art of Public Speaking
The Leader in You
How to Stop Worrying and Start Living
How to Enjoy Your Life and Your Job etc.
The book title of Dale Carnegie says all about the content and is indeed impressive and draws attention and so does the material inside the book.
About 15 percent of one’s financial success is due to one’s technical knowledge and about 85 percent is due to skill in human engineering- to personality and the ability to lead people.
– Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie books had many things to offer for book lovers. All his books contain many examples which provides a broad view of the perspective. It will not be injustice to say that his books provide a practical way to look at the situations in life. The best part of his writing was, he used to provide examples followed by establishing the principles.
About the Book
How to Win Friends and Influence People is his best-selling book. Published in 1936, till today this book is read by many across the globe as it provides basic etiquette that one should posses in his life. The book deals with the fundamental techniques in handling people, six ways to make people like you, how to win people to your way of thinking and how to change people without giving offense or arousing resentment. Each of the afore-mentioned topics are dealt in separate part of the book.
In the words of Dale Carnegie, “Dealing with people is probably the biggest problem you face, especially if you are in business”. The same is applicable in day to day life as People’s Management plays a vital role in life.
In life, we often come to situation we are criticized by others and we do criticize others. The book starts with the fundamental techniques in handling people and guess what is the first fundamental principle? It is indeed criticism. It says not to criticize, condemn or complain. In fact, Dale Carnegie states that ‘Criticism is a self-defence tool.” The chapter on criticism is worth to read and understand.
Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain- and most fools do.
– Dale Carnegie
This book is best known for providing Six ways to Make People Like You which are as follows:
Become genuinely interested in other people.
Remember that a person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.
Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
Talk in terms of the other person’s interest.
Make the other person feel important – and do it sincerely.
The entire book is full of powerful and motivational statements. It gives you a sense of self-love as well apart from motivation. While reading the book, one can feel the power of words and get the essence of some worth literary pieces. The entire book is motivational and contains worth reading material. I have picked some of the quotes which is worth reading and hence thought sharing the same which includes:
In our interpersonal relations we should never forget that all our associates are human beings and hunger for appreciation. It is the legal tender that all souls enjoy.
First, arouse in the other person an eager want. He who can do this has the whole world with him. He who cannot walks a lonely way.
The desire for a feeling of importance is one of the chief distinguishing differences between mankind and animals.
If there is any one secret of success, said Henry Ford, it lies in the ability to get the other person’s point of view and see things from that person’s angle as well as from your own.
The world is full of people who are grabbing and self-seeking. So the rare “individual who unselfishly tries to serve others has an enormous advantage. He has little competition.
We are interested in others when they are interested in us.
People who talk only of themselves think only for themselves. And those people who think only of themselves are hopelessly uneducated. They are not educated, no matter how instructed they may be.
If you argue and rankle and contradict, you may achieve a victory sometimes; but it will be an empty victory because you will never get your opponent’s goodwill.
Buddha said: “Hatred is never ended by hatred but by love, and a misunderstanding is never ended by an argument but by tact, diplomacy, conciliation and a sympathetic desire to see the other person’s viewpoint.
There are many other quotes which are impressive and worth to read but it is not possible to mention all. Read the book as it is a good material for developing interpersonal skills and self improvement which in turn helps in personality development. Many people might have already gone through this book and those who haven’t please read it as it is readily available in almost every book stall and can be purchased online as well. I will be coming up with more stuffs on books soon.