Friday, June 2, 2017



Hello Friends. My name is Sudhir Pai. I have started this blog for sharing positive stories / articles / videos. I can  be contacted on +91 9820073993 or you can email me on sudhirpai108@gmail.com. I have written book called ( Think Like A Winner ). I also conduct motivational seminars & individual counselling.

Looking forward to meet you.

Aravind Chitambaram - India's next Vishwanathan Anand


Aravind, who is seen to be next Vishwanathan Anand had a very difficult childhood. He has bravely faced poverty and financial difficulties before winning grandmaster title at age of 15. He became attracted to game of chess because of his grandfather who wanted him to keep indoors and gifted him chess box. 

His coach RB Ramesh is playing a huge role by providing free coaching and grooming Aravind to play international matches.

"Who is this boy who won open GM tournament?" enquired Ulrich Stock, a veteran German journalist.

India and World is looking at this chess prodigy with hope and excitement as he is going to rock the chess world and is there to play a long innings.


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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

What is Creativity?




By - Sudhir Pai

Creativity is the quality that we bring to the activity we are doing. It is an attitude, an inner approach - how we look at things.

Whatever we do, if we do it joyfully, if we do it lovingly, it is creative. Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity is what makes us human beings unique. It is a gift to us from nature. Look around, everything we see was a result of creative thinking by human mind. Air Conditioners, Mobile Phones, Trains, Aeroplanes everything was a result of creative thinking.

Creative people develop a flexible and open mindset. Either they are born with this trait or over a period of time they develop this trait which evolves them into creative human beings.
They are not childish but child-like.

The world seems to be divided between creative and non creative people. Creativity is all about being fully alive and living courageously.

The right side of human brain is primarily responsible for creative insights. We need to regularly activate it by doing creative activities like dreaming, painting, singing, listening to music.

Sudhir Pai is a consultant, trainer, keynote speaker and author of 2 motivational books.
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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Farmer who became Teacher



70-year-old Keshav Saran began his career as a teacher in the Adult Education Centre of Kharadia village. Currently, 1,320 students are enrolled in the school, including 670 girls. Keshav who was a farmer was elected as the Pradhan of his village in 1988. Extremely dedicated towards the development of his village, he did not leave any stone unturned to reach officers who could help get all the amenities. However, he realized that had he been as educated as those officers, he would be able to accomplish a lot more. It became clear to him that education meant power.

He started off with five or six children but the word of mouth popularised the classes and within a span of few months, the strength of his class grew to 150. Encouraged by the response, he developed the 'chaupal' classes into a formal school, built on his 4 acres of agricultural land in 1975 which also received a junior high school recognition.
His son and daughter, both qualified teachers, were also involved in the initiative. With 21 other teaching staff members, the school received recognition of an inter college in 2009.
As a tribute to the long years of Saran's struggle and dedication, it was named Keshav Inter College.
Keshav’s son, Arun Kumar, and his daughter-in-law, Krishna, also help him run the college. The school has 21 teaching and staff members but the Sarans still charge a minimal fee to the students.



Sudhir Pai
Author - Speaker - Consultant


Sudhir Pai is an motivational speaker, success coach and author of 2 books (Think Like A Winner and Live Your Dreams) 

He is an Electronics engineer by qualification and has worked with organization like Jetking Infotrain, ICICI Bank, Kotak Direct and Motilal Oswal Securities.


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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Goonj - Anshu Gupta



Article - Sudhir Pai

Anshu Gupta is an Indian social entrepreneur who founded Goonj, a Delhi-based non-governmental organisation that positions under-utilised clothes from urban areas to rural areas. He won Ramon Magsaysay Award in 2015 for his genuine effort of clothing the poor via his NGO Goonj.

After completing his studies he joined corporate sector. But was completely disillusioned by the rat race and selfish attitude. He wanted to give back something to the society. So ultimately in 1998, he left Escorts as Manager, Corporate Communication in 1998 to work full time on his idea of social work.

Goonj, his dream for many years, was set up in the same year. From collecting clothes from his own house and friends and then distributing them on the roads in the chilly winter nights of Delhi, his dream has come a long way.

Under Goonj's flagship 'Cloth for Work' initiative village communities across India work on their own issues and get the urban clothes and materials as a reward for their efforts.

Anshu was quoted saying - We promote the idea of cloth-for-work where people who do work are rewarded with material. There is a sense of dignity in this.

To know more visit : www.goonj.org


Sudhir Pai is an motivational speaker, success coach and author of 2 books (Think Like A Winner and Live Your Dreams) 

He is an Electronics engineer by qualification and has worked with organization like Jetking Infotrain, ICICI Bank, Kotak Direct and Motilal Oswal Securities.

He can be contacted on 9820073993 (India). We would like to spread positive news and articles. All types of monetary support welcome to strengthen our movement.



Sudhir Pai
Author - Speaker - Consultant






Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Develop good memory


By : Sudhir Pai

Everyday our brain has opportunity to develop new cells and newer neural connections and pathways. This ability of our amazing brain to constantly renew itself and become more sharper and intelligent is called as neuroplasticity.

We must be aware and train our brain using this concept of neuroplasticity to improve our memory power as well. So how can we do it?

1) Diet plays an important role. Eat fresh fruits, walnuts, almonds.

2) Drink 1-2 cups of coffee. It helps to keep our mind alert and improve memory.

3) Walk for 45 minutes daily. It should be brisk and and at end of walk we should feel happy and light headed.

4) Affirmations can do wonders. Regularly talk to yourself and tell that you have great memory.

5) Smiling and laughing reduces stress, increases happy hormones called endorphins and thereby improves memory.

6) Solve puzzles.

7) Play Chess and Carrom.

8) Try to recall entire day event at end of day and put it in diary.

So I wish all my readers a happy day ahead and smile your way to a great memory.

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