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Go Kiss World - Kindle edition by Subroto Bagchi. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note. Go, kiss the world were Subroto Bagchi s blind mother s last words to him. These words became the guiding principle of his life. Subroto Bagchi grew up amidst. Subroto Bagchi. · Rating details · 1, ratings · reviews. Go Kiss The World: Life Lessons For the Young Professional is a memoir of sorts written by.
Subroto Bagchi had come from the USA to see her and remained in the hospital for two weeks. His mother was not getting better but was neither getting worse.
Subroto eventually has to return to work and therefore, was leaving. It is about imagination, about sensitivity to small people, about building inclusion, about connectedness to the larger world, about personal tenacity. It is about giving back more to life and creating extraordinary success with ordinary lives.
In the speech, Subroto is telling the audience the principles taught to him by his parents, the lessons that define success and in his childhood, Subroto Bagchi and his brothers were not allowed to call their driver by his name due to one of the lessons taught to their father.
The lesson which taught them to treat small people with more respect as according to their father, it is more important to respect your subordinates than your seniors. Q: What was the state of Koraput as remembered by Bagchi? There was no electricity in the whole district, and Bagchi had never seen a single fan running in it. The presence of water flowing in the taps was also not there. Q: List three lessons taught to Bagchi by his father and three lessons taught to him by his mother.
Some of those lessons are: Not to misuse public facilities. To respect our subordinates more than seniors. To not to measure personal success and state of wellbeing through material possessions.
However, this relationship may be short-lived due to extraneous circumstances or conflict of interests. This is because according to Subroto Bagchi, a true mentor has a habit to push the young and hungry professional to a point till they find their own limits and when they do they should push back and come up with answers. Intelligent Friction and push back happens because a senior and a junior are two different people who think differently, this ingredient is required for progress and therefore, they must work together towards progress.
In the book, the author has stated the first rule for managing is listening. In order to listen, you must first suspend all judgments.
The art of listening has been generalized by the author for the professional as well as the bosses. During these moments, the author suggests and recommends that the professional should understand that if it takes time to build perceptions, it takes even longer for perceptions to change. This should never cause the professional to lose his or her spirit because the negative opinion has some basis and one must have the grace to accept it.
The relevant part of the book is where the author has discussed different mid-life crisis and how to tackle them accordingly. The author has bifurcated life crisis into three categories. These are between the age group of 20 to 30, these are the years of self-discovery, age group 30 to 40, the age group of building a professional foundation and the last is beyond age group of 40 when again self-doubt begins to emerge. With immense interest he has discussed the role of his colleagues and his seniors including Azim H.
They all helped him in shaping his personality when he was a young professional. In the first part he makes it very interesting by taking us through his wonderful journey of childhood with instances that made him what he is today. But later realizes the dissonance between the romance of youth and the reality of the workplace.
In the third part author takes us on the journey of his forties showing us how he learnt from people who have been there before him. His third book The Professional was released in September Subroto has written hundreds of articles on management and technology issues in leading newspapers and magazines.
Good listener. The key is not to react to what has happened. Whatever the incident, we have to learn to absorb all the details and then figure out subsequent damage control. Perception is reality. Respect people for what they can do, not for what they have already done.