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We have universe, we are universal and we are roping in options aimed at perfection and ultimate enlightenment. Art of encouraging is subtle and knowledge oriented but sans enormity. There is a lot in many dimensions to create conducive calibre for self-empowerment. We can ignore things around us at random level when most of them go unnoticed. We feel it necessary to mould some needs as they are deemed imperative.

Knowledge is coined by natural impulse, and depending on our goal and vision intuition gets sprung up within us. Once we are perplexed on someone’s goal, or vision, positive reply from him will clear our curiosity and the same will portray his attitude. Evaluation or analysis for clear criteria is bound to reveal more over one’s abilities to manage critical moments. It is obvious that we have to respect the emotions, frustrations, aspirations and sufferings of others. Once it gets mooted, the healing words and rhetoric speech may provide relief to others.

Art of encouraging is an integral domain which motivates aspirants to reinvent the pleasure, dreams, courage and skill. Leadership is energetic and apparent in the process of motivating, guiding and inspiring of dedicated aspirants.

Optimism is a keyword that cures many people fettered in the clutch of pessimism. How to activate the factors in optimism is an important question. It takes many steps by way of free talking, frank expression of thoughts, counselling in proper context and auto-suggestion. Applying of optimistic thoughts to someone is also a deep experience in encouragement art.

When you like to make others fit physically or mentally, you need some skills to impart learning in yoga and meditation. The practice of yoga helps maintain a psychological equilibrium as well as a kind of harmony between mind and body. Yoga helps humans realise humanism and the regular practice will fetch clarity and judgement to thought process.

However, encouraging someone to serve for society is also pragmatic. I had an opportunity to explain my involvement in getting freed 32 bonded labourers from a quarry near Salem in Tamil Nadu some years back. One of the visitors in the function posed me some questions over the task behind my mission. I used the opportunity to brief him about the procedures which I adopted with District Collector and social welfare department officials of the concerned district to conduct the raid.

Later just after three months, he informed me over phone that he availed the help of District Collector from Khammam District in Andhra Pradesh State, and his efforts rapidly led the emancipation of 60 bonded labourers, then with government support he had restored them to normal life.

This kind of encouraging undoubtedly portrays enormous values for the sake of mankind.

Let someone pick up the tail. Pursuit of service orientation pays good dividends to the morality of social cause. Encouragement is immensely ethical, poised to promote individual growth and prosperity.

Encouraging is a part of motivation which transforms into a helping culture in nature. It plays major role in shaping someone’s future or plans. When you find a person who needs your help, you might probably give a tip of insight or guidance about the possible ways for career or profession. He has to pick-up guidance and initiate required work. He would feel relieved from confusion whilst he gets the tip of insight. It is the way we have to cultivate the encouragement habits while getting alongwith others.      


08/03/2010
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This article emerged as one of the good initiatives to cutivate motivation..keep it up.
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09/04/2010
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