The Law Of Autheticity

There is a reason why we love artists.  If we like the art created by them we love them.
Think about it, most of us have seen artists performing for the first time in Indian or American Idol and we have a preconceived notion about the singer before he has performed and we use to judge them based on their outward appearance. That perception drastically changes if the artist has a majestic  voice and performs very well, afterwards we tend to like them or at least see them differently.
So what changed here he was the same before and after the performance.

What made us like them?

AuthenticityThe reason why we liked them is because they shared their art with  us and we liked it and this made us like them. They were 100% authentic during the performance and we loved it.

If a very few people like you that means you are not open to most of the people you meet and the chances are that you do not express yourself very well.You are an amazing person and the only reason why others don’t get it is because you do not share properly.

In one of the book that I read couple of weeks back “The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea”, the author Bob Burg talks about the Law of Authenticity, It says that the most valuable gift you have to offer is yourself. It means be authentic to other people and they will cherish it.

I loved this book and I would recommend it to everyone, this book has a changed my perception drastically. Thank you Eldho Thomas sir for recommending me this book.

Thank you,

Faisal

 

4 thoughts on “The Law Of Autheticity

    1. Wow its amazing to get a comment from the man himself, author of the book “The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea”.

      Thank you so much sir for visiting my blog, you are an inspiration.

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    2. Thank you Bob…I am really inspired by your book and recommended the same to many people in my network….It’s really a honor to receive a post from you. Thank you once again

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