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Friday, October 13, 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.

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What is Intuition?


When human body functions spontaneously, we call it as instinct. When the soul functions spontaneously, that is called intuition. Instinct is of the body - the gross; and intuition is of the soul - the subtle.
When you are totally awake and aware, this shift happens: from the [brain’s] left hemisphere the energy moves to the right hemisphere. The male is naturally an aggressive living being, the male is constantly in struggle – the feminine is constantly in surrender, in deep trust. Hence females have a better intuition or sixth sense.


Scientists have discovered that humans appear to have two, very different “operating systems.” (link is external)  System 1 is our quick, instinctual, and often subconscious way of operating – it is controlled by our right brain and by other parts of our brain that have been around since prehistoric times, known as the “limbic” and reptilian” parts of our brain.  System 2 is our slower, more analytical, and conscious way of operating – it is controlled by our left brain and by newer parts of our brain that have only developed since prehistoric times (also known as the “neocortex”).  Researchers have found that intuition is part of System 1, which is why it comes on so rapidly and often does not make rational sense to us.  In other words, intuitive decisions are not something that we have thought out carefully with reason, but rather choices that have arisen quickly out of instinct.
In my book, THINK LIKE A WINNER, I have briefly touched upon how our human mind can be programmed for success. In my second book, LIVE YOUR DREAMS, I have discussed, how people used their power of mind to achieve their personal and professional goals.


Intuition is challenging to define, despite the huge role it plays in our everyday lives. Steve Jobs called it, for instance, "more powerful than intellect." But however we put it into words, we all, well, intuitively know just what it is.


Pretty much everyone has experienced a gut feeling -- that unconscious reasoning that propels us to do something without telling us why or how. But the nature of intuition has long eluded us, and has inspired centuries' worth of research and inquiry in the fields of philosophy and psychology.


If you want to get in touch with your intuition, a little time alone may be the most effective way. Just as solitude can help give rise to creative thinking, it can also help us connect to our deepest inner wisdom.
Intuitive people are often introverted, according to Burnham. But whether you're an introvert or not, taking time for solitude can help you engage in deeper thought and reconnect with yourself.
"You have to be able to have a little bit of solitude; a little bit of silence," she says. "In the middle of craziness ... you can't recognize [intuition] above all of the noise of everyday life." 

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Sudhir Pai, is a qualified electronics engineer. After having worked with corporates like Jetking, Kotak, ICICI Bank and Motilal Oswal upto Vice President levels, is now full time a life coach, business consultant, author and motivational trainer.

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Thursday, August 31, 2017

Are we living in computer simulated universe controlled by aliens or higher powers ?




Are we living in a computer simulated universe? Imagine, if you, me, dogs, cats, fishes and every person and all those non living things in the cosmos were actually characters in some giant computer game of the size of universe, we would not necessarily know it. The seemingly weird  idea that the universe is a simulation may sounds more like the plot of “The Matrix,” but it is also a legitimate scientific hypothesis where lot of scientists are working and trying to understand. Researchers debated, researched, pondered over the controversial notion again and again.


Such existential-sounding hypotheses often tend to be essentially untestable and may be laughed off, but some researchers think they could find experimental evidence that we are living in a computer game. One idea is that the programmers might cut corners to make the simulation easier to run. “If there is an underlying simulation of the universe that has the problem of finite computational resources, just as we do, then the laws of physics have to be put on a finite set of points in a finite volume,” said Zohreh Davoudi, a physicist at MIT. “Then we go back and see what kind of signatures we find that tell us we started from non-continuous spacetime.”

Below video may give some more insights:
Hindi - English Video ( Link Below )




Sudhir Pai, is an electronics engineer and have worked with corporates like ICICI Bank, Kotak and Motilal Oswal. Now, he full time a business consultant, life coach, motivational trainer and author of 2 inspiring books. He can be reached on 9820073993 (Mumbai - India)

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Young Innovator - Story of Vignesh Subrahmaniam



Age: 29
Technical area: Software
Current position: Lead scientist at GE Global Research
As a child, Subrahmaniam had an unusual combination of interests. He was interested in mathematics as well as music. While he was fond of reading books, he liked forecasting the weather and playing the veena. He grew up to become of one the youngest and finest statisticians and data scientists in the country.
Twelve years ago, when he had to decide the course of his career, his mother encouraged him to take up the field which he so passionately adored. “My mother has always believed that to really become successful, you need to do what you are passionate about,” says Subrahmaniam.
So, at that time, when people usually opted to study for a medical or engineering degree, he went to the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata.
After completing his studies in 2008, he joined the global research team at the US-based products and services firm General Electric Co., where he had interned in 2005. His forte is statistical modelling for weather forecasting to solve industrial problems.
In the early stages of his career, he developed mathematical models and algorithms that added significant value to diverse industrial applications. He worked with two more researchers to develop a new machine-learning algorithm which analysed historical weather data in the Indian subcontinent to identify regions that have similar rainfall patterns. His research led to the discovery of a new monsoon region called the Homogenous Indian Monsoon Region, which later improved monsoon forecasting over large areas of northern and eastern India. His work was published in the Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2009).
In 2010, Subrahmaniam invented an automated mixture analysis algorithm for identifying unknown substances based on its Raman spectra. This method was later granted a patent. “It was used by GE’s Homeland Protection business to identify unknown mixtures such as narcotics or drugs correctly,” says Subrahmaniam.
Though identification of mixtures from spectral data is a well-studied topic, Subrahmaniam developed the first ever method based on partial correlation to generate probabilities on all the identified mixture components. His work on this was published in the Journal of Applied Spectroscopy in 2010.
Over the last seven years, Subrahmaniam has been involved in creating a software system consists of self-learning algorithms, which analyse historical weather patterns at a location and predict the most repeatable patterns. It compares that information with the requirements for its clients, such as setting up a wind farm at that location, to come up with the best model to do so. The method has been adopted by GE’s wind business for setting up wind turbines.
Subrahmaniam has been involved in industry applications related to wind farming, power grids, transport and aviation.
“Over a period of time, the system that we have created has demonstrated verifiable results,” he says.
Subrahmaniam is now experimenting with deep learning, a new field in machine learning, which uses artificial neural networks to learn levels of representation and abstraction that make sense of data such as images, sound, and text, in a way the human brain learns and understands it.
“We are using new analytical models and deep learning for analysing historical weather data to increase the accuracy of our predictions,” he says. “We are also looking to use this model to expand our horizons and solve problems across various industries.”
Source : Google, LiveMint.

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Nobel Peace Prize 2011 - Ms. Ellen Sirleaf


Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Born 29 Oct 1938), age 79, is a Liberian politician, and Nobel Peace Prize 2011 winner. She is 24th and current President of Liberia since 2006.

Ellen is often referred as "Iron Lady of Liberia" for her strong will and political persistence, and is Africa's first democratically elected female leader. Her political path has not been an easy one and she was imprisoned in 1980's for criticizing government policies in Liberia.



In her book, This Child will be great, she writes - If asked to describe my homeland in one sentence, I may say something like this: Liberia is a wonderful, beautiful, mixed up country, struggling mightily to find itself.

Given more space, however, I would certainly elaborate.

Liberia is some 43,000 square miles of lush, well-watered land on the bulge of West Africa, a country slightly larger than the state of Ohio, a lilliputian nation with a giant history. It has a population of 3.5 million people from some sixteen ethnic groups speaking some sixteen indigenous languages plus English. It has never known hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, droughts, or other natural disasters, only the occasional flood and the more frequent havoc wreaked by man. Liberia is complicated. To paraphrase Winston Churchill, Liberia is a conundrum wrapped in complexity and stuffed inside a paradox. Then again, it was born that way.

In 2011 - She won Nobel Peace Prize for her relentless efforts to bring peace, prosperity and progress for Liberia.

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