A self-learned and a self-fed person who managed to create a charm during his session as a guest lecture amongst students, which was more interactive than the usual ones, proves something distinctive about his persona.
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”
Mr. Natwar Kadel – Senior Manager Hyundai, began his lecture by explaining the concept of fear and being nervous is natural to human behavior of any stature and even he feels the same every time he is asked to deliver a speech for students like us or be it any occasion. He shared his immense experience as a trainee joining back in 2007 and making it to one of the youngest one in Senior HR level in short span of time.
He wanted to share more of debacle stories rather than the successful ones, because that ignite a positive motivation and endeavor to compel you to sustain any situation. Like his journey in school and college was not that mellifluous still he is in the league of eminent personality today, that speaks of his dedication, learning from his failure and making it right as going forward. He commented the need of the hour to be knowledgeable about the current happenings, for which reading Newspapers is one core activity to be followed every day.
Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference- best explained by his own success, which is important in an organization more than talent to succeed. He also explained with an example that Sachin Tendulkar’s attitude was responsible for his greatest success, more than his talent which was really inspiring for us. Learning never stops in one’s life. Being smart, reading between the lines, is best in this competitive world where all his emphasis. Similarly, one’s own desire is only capable of making us successful in life. His great examples of Brian Acton (CEO of Whatsapp) and Jai Ganesh (IAS) were so motivating for becoming successful even after facing repeated failure in their life.
His ardent attitude and love for his job made him successful in his career within very short span of time. He fits TSM Motto “Learn to Learn” very abruptly to be inculcated in our transformation from students to successful managers and entrepreneurs.
He very well stated that in quest of being different and successful one should think out of the box also be expressive of one’s creativity. We all had a great session with Mr. Natwar Kadel and will look forward to meeting him again. We would all follow his valuable inputs and guidance in aspiring ours dream to become successful managers and entrepreneurs.
– ANISH ROY, I-YEAR, PGDM