India 7 November 2016: After transforming lives of thousands with his sought after Art of Success Seminars, AK Mishra’s Art of Success recently organized another life transformational training program at Le Méridien Hotel, Gurgaon. The seminar held on 27th October 2016 for all the senior managers of Le Meriden Hotel including General Manager, Senior Human Resource Managers, etc. As the topic suggests “Take Charge of Life” the session aimed at helping the participants realize that most of their decisions and actions in life are based on their outer surroundings rather their own willingness, hence, everyone should make an attempt to take charge of their life and bring a compelling change in their lives.
The session began with an introduction of Success Guru AK Mishra and the participants. While talking about his own background and journey to success, Mr. AK Mishra emphasized upon the fact that nothing in life is impossible to achieve, be it; success, healthy relationships, wealth or a right balance in life.
Success Guru AK Mishra also discussed the 5 basic objectives of life, viz., Success, Peace, Appreciation, Happiness and humanity which can be attained through a balanced development of mind, body, emotions, finance and soul. Mr. AK Mishra also encouraged the participants to break the monotony of life and try something new every day to keep reviving their souls and rejuvenating the minds. He also emphasized on the fact that one should always pursue his/her passion, whether music, dance writing, etc. which we often keep delaying while being a victim of repetitive syndrome.
When talked to Mr. AK Mishra on this, he said “These training sessions are designed to address the common concerns of individuals these days; such as stress, lack of right balance in personal and professional front, which further leads to relationship problems, emotional issues (anger, ego, etc.) which not only harm our personal and professional life but most importantly our physical health and our inner soul. I feel everyone needs to keep reviving themselves and introspect; and this is what I emphasized upon the most in my training programs. My main motive is to encourage participants to introspect, and realize what they are losing while running behind in the race of day to day competitions”.