Saturday, 4 March 2017

A training on Take Charge of life held at LG by AK Mishra Art of Success



AK Mishra’s Art of Success organized Life Transformational Training on “Take Charge of Life” at LG on 1st March 2017. The training session began at 11am and stretched till 5pm on the request of the zonal trainers of LG who were the primary audience of the session.
As the topic suggests "Take Charge of Life" the session aimed at helping the attendees realize that most of their decisions and actions in life are based on their surroundings rather their own willingness. Hence, everyone must strive to optimize their life and bring a change that matters.
The session commenced with an introduction of Success Guru AK Mishra followed by his own journey to success. Mr. AK Mishra said, that nothing in life is impossible to achieve, be it; success, wealth, healthy relationships or a right balance in life. 
The discourse also included the 5 pillars of life; Success, Happiness, Peace, Appreciation and humanity which can be accomplished through a well-composed approach towards development of mind, body and emotions. In this interactive session by Mr. AK Mishra, he encouraged the attendees to break the mediocrity of life and grasp the opportunity to transform each day to revive their souls and rejuvenate their minds. Attendees actively participated in the session and the training session acted as a stress buster for them.
“One must pursue his passion, whether it’s music, dance, writing or just sheer excelling in their lives. People often delay and become a victim of repetitive syndrome and get trapped in the mediocrity of life”—He said. 

When interacted with Mr. AK Mishra, he said – “The growing complexity and obscurity of modern corporate life is putting tremendous pressure on human mind and soul. People struggle to achieve a sane balance between their personal and professional lives and are trapped between their ‘want’ and their ‘can’. And therefore, my trainings aim at encouraging the people to break out this monotony and experience the life beyond the self-made conventional boundaries”. My aim is to encourage participants to introspect, and realize what they are losing while running behind in the race of the day to day competitions". 
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