Management and Life
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Management and Life
S Kannan, Member, Other, India
How do we manage ourselfs is an art.
Life is management. When you don't know how to manage your body, your mind, your emotions, your energies - you will not know how to manage your situations, your life in general - your home, your communities, nations and the world. The quality of our life is just how well we manage things within ourselfs. But generally, when we think of management, we think only in terms of business management or industry management and not life as a whole.
It is unfortunate that, today, the most predominant factor that rules the planet is economics. The other aspects of life have been totally pushed to the corner. When economics rules, when economics is the only thing that we are thinking about, we tend to become unhappy in so many ways.
People, who fair in their lifes, suffer their failure. At the same time, people who succeed in their lifes, suffer their success.
If you suffer your failure, it is understandable, because failure comes easy. If you suffer success, that is a tragedy because success does not come easy.
So, something that you worked for, something that you always longed for, something that you wanted to create in your life, when it happens, if you start suffering, that's the real tragedy of life. But, unfortunately, a larger number of successful people on the planet suffer their success.
All that you're doing in your life, you're doing it because you believe that it is your happiness. You educate yourself, you pursue careers, you build families, you run after your ambitions, so many things you do, because somewhere you believe fufilling those things will bring you happiness. After doing all that, if happiness is not multiplying, instead it is going down, that means you are a bad manager yourself.
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