Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Sow What you will be and are not, not Show what you will be that you are not!

To not show what you are not is the wisest thing to do, when you are sitting across the table to a man who can easily make out that you are simply projecting an image of yours that does not belong to you. But when you do not know the person is someone who could actually catch you red-handed while you are trying to neatly knit a virtual image of yours, what should you do? They say it's important that you sometimes show what you are not and you would eventually become what you showed!

That's where the thin line comes into picture! "Sow What you will be and are not, not Show what you will be that you are not!" One needs to know this thin line.

Help the other person believe in your potential to become what is needed but you are not, and assure that you would be with enough proofs of times when it has happened, that you have not had certain qualities and have developed just in time when required.

The reason I share this is - Big business losses and trust losses occur when this thin line is ignored. A totally detailed version of this is for sure available in the book - "Thin Lines" :)

Sujit Lalwani

PS: Believe in making things happen with what you have, and developing all that you dont have!

4 comments:

  1. Awesome line to end sir : Believe in making things happen with what you have, and developing all that you dont have!

    Infact, very much learnt how SIGNIFICANT is the THIN LINE and how we project it... Still need to get the depth of it again... Will re-read again.

    By the way, Awesome pic at the top of the blog sir.!!!

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  2. A brilliant one sir indeed! So true.
    People don't bother sometimes whether their claims even make some sense or not. But they try the same with all; forgetting mangoes don't ripe in all seasons.

    There couldn't be a better title than this! Hats off to the concept and understanding of yours! May the world realise the truth that we have come a long way in our thinking and abilities.

    Lots of difference between virtual and actual stuff. Think virtual and make it real. Don't talk just virtual which is mostly surreal. These are the lessons that I learnt from this blog! Thank you so much sir!

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  3. Sharmila MallikarjunMarch 1, 2012 at 5:15 PM

    They say it's important that you sometimes show what you are not and you would eventually become what you showed!
    Super tag line.

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