Author Archives: Siddharth Jayakumar

Competition

Aug 29, 15
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Competition should be between two equals– A person with one leg can compete with another person with 2 legs but this is not competition– It’s a challenge !

Life coach- Quote no 2

Aug 26, 15
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In my life, everything i got has been out of struggle/fight/battle— Sometimes i wonder if its neccessary to keep on fighting to get what you want— Even my friend Dr Kalam sir while talking on my journey has said — Its a destiny of our nation that an indian brain requires an acknowledgement from a foreigner — Why we indians are so hesitant to appreciate a person—– Well my friend is 200 % true in this statement and i happen to be living example !!

Life coach — Quote no 1

Aug 23, 15
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“Compete with yourself than with someone else as you know yourself better and can decide whats should be done best “

my love !

Jul 24, 15
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My biggest love has always been my family …Appa, Amma, wife, sonny . Then comes my people whoever have known me all these years !!

we vs i

Jul 23, 15
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We can do what i can do but I cant do what ” we” can do !

Waiting vs peace !

Jul 21, 15
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I think the biggest problem in waiting for something is just drainage of your inner peace !!

My opinion

Jul 20, 15
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So what if I am emotional and sensitive — People hurt me . Thats fine as long as i dont hurt them back …..

My state of Mind

Jul 09, 15
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Beautiful and smooth !

Kiran Bedi Madam– Most admired person !!

Jul 02, 15
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” Siddharth is the bravest man I have met ” Kiran Bedi Madam in the book ” Gifted” after

Ferose and Kiran Madam !

Ferose and Kiran Madam !

listening to my talk at India Inclusion Summit 2012 !

Sashikanth Jayaraman– This gentleman taught me to be blunt with HR ~!

Jul 01, 15
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“Don’t judge a book by its cover”

It takes a lot of courage to stand up against a consistent refusal of acceptance by the society. Not just stand up but also DSCN4514emerge victorious. In that sense, Siddharth is a fighter. A fighter of his own limitations, beliefs of the society and the stereotype of the corporate world. He has proved beyond any doubt that appearances are deceptive. His success is hope for millions of people that continue to be conveniently ignored. His humour laced with sarcasm is a highlight in his sessions with various corporates.
I believe his story is one of grit, determination and inspiration and it needs to be told to a wider audience across the world.  Go Siddharth go! You have already spread your wings. Soar above and inspire millions!