Rohit Sharma, Shikar Dhawan and Suresh Raina who lost their wickets cheaply along with the Indian Team looked forlorn in the dugout. Unfortunately Yuvaraj Singh twisted his ankle, and he too lost his wicket.Meanwhile the run rate was creeping .The task looked insurmountable as the run rate climbed to more than 12 an over. The target of 161 looked a distant dream, not possible to achieve . Suddenly the Aussies were looking invincible and the boisterous crowd at Mohali was slowly falling silent. At this stage, Virat Kohli erupted like a volcano reminding discerning cricket observers of Sachin’s knock at Sharjah years back -which was labeled the ‘Desert Storm’. Exactly one year and one day following our defeat to Australia down under during the World Cup 2015, the Indians rose like a phoenix , with Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni pummeling the Australians. They will not forget this hammering easily . ‘We cannot choose our external circumstances but we can always choose how to respond to them’ said Epictetus. Mastering one’s craft is the Success Mantra. And this requires Sadhana or practice. Skills need to be honed and burnished. Virat Kohli candidly mentioned the hours spent in the gym performing sprint running helped him to run like a hare and managed to convert ones into two’s.This is precisely what MS Dhoni and Virat did on that joyous and fateful day which snuffed out Australia’s chances to make the cut in the ongoing edition of T-20 World Cup. A player, artiste or a seeker has to perforce , double or tripple the passion to succeed and remain highly motivated. Talent alone does not suffice. It is talent plus motivation which creates the synergy to achieve the impossible. And motivation is all in the mind. Motivation is the willingness to exert high levels of effort towards the organisational goals, conditioned by the ability to satisfy some individual need. The individual needs to find a sacred space in the organisational environment to remain committed and motivated. Effort of the individual, the corporate and organisational goal and needs are integral part of motivation. A successful individual necessarily believes in self actualization to believe in his and the organisation’s growth prospects , to achieve his own self potential and self fulfillment. A successful leader has to necessarily fail at some stage or else decay sets in and he/ she does not grow without succumbing failure. It may sound paradoxical , but that is a reality. Failure is essential to succeed , if not physical and mental atrophy invades the organism. Second the leader needs to be a dreamer. Or else an individual or an organisation gets inured Only dreamers can imagine , visualise and script victories and triumphs and after tasting a defeat the victory is sweat. Focus and span of attention are other ingredients of people who make it big. Think big and so shall you make it big. A leader needs to cultivate harmonious atmosphere in the organisation to develop more leaders. Like Dhoni has helped to developa potential leader in Virat Kohli who is leading the Indian test team. Successful entrepreneurs too pass on the baton to the next rung at an appropriate juncture. Encouraging words, eloquent speech , acquisition of knowledge and recognising that change is inevitable are additional features of a well chiseled leader. A leader should invariably maintain silence or be in solitude for certain periods to discover solutions. Rather , first search for probing questions which enhances creativity in the person. Answers are the easy to find if we are able to first identify the questions. Successful leaders believe in positive thinking and disposition and are surrounded by positively inclined people. They make the organisation speechless with sweat and toil and not merely breathless. Significantly ‘Lady Luck’ follows them as intuitively they are focused on attaining success and are not easily distracted by innuendos, small talk and negative thinking patterns. These people stretch their hands first and are willing to travel that extra mile , bubbling with enthusiasm and breaking the glass of tunnel vision. They are visionary and are not cynics or armed chaired critics, Cynics and critics often go astray without contributing anything positive to the organisation, society and to themselves. Successful entrepreneurs and leaders do not indulge , in idle and petty talk and in turn contribute to the organisation’ s reputation and believe in Team Building. Brimming with optimism they become agents of change and perceive things radically. ‘ You can always choose to perceive things differently. You can focus on whats wrong in your life,or you can focus on whats right.’ writes Marriane Williamson. So successful people focus on WHAT IS RIGHT.
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