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Quality of Life

By Sanjeev Singhai.

Ufff…. tired… Feeling this, I was half lying on comfortable sofa of American Express Lounge at beautiful T3 Terminal of Delhi Airport yesterday evening. And to get rid of full day tiredness, I was enjoying my favorite beer pint. This is when, I saw a gentleman walking in a black suit. He walked straight to a corner table, kept his handbag and headed towards the buffet table to grab something for his eating. After filling his plate he turned back towards his seat and This is when I noticed that he was 70+ years old Mr. __ __ __ (forget it, name is not important here). But yes what is important is that he was one of the top 10 industrialist/ businessman of India.

What made me to write this blog was not the person whom I saw, but what I noticed? I noticed that he was too hungry. It was obvious that the Gentleman never had a chance to have his lunch and he was desperately looking for something to grab. After keeping his plate at table, he got up and called for waitress and ordered her a warm dish for himself and though Final Boarding Call was being repeatedly announced for his flight, he finished his food and then rushed to catch his flight to Mumbai. He surely works hard at this age and in spite of being at top.

People who know me have heard me saying many times “what one need is – 250 grams of food and that too two times a day.” Seeing this Gentleman, I once again realised that surly there are few things which money can’t buy. And of course the “Quality of Life” is one thing that can not be bought by the money. So the food for thought for all of us is that should we, be after the money or quality of the life? Yes, money is important but up to what extend and how much of it,one will need in his or her life time for their own utilisation?

My father was used to repeat a old saying and I quote “पूत सपूत तो क्यों धन संचय और पूत कपूत तो क्यों धन संचय”. Meaning that “if your kids do well in their life, than you don’t need to save money and if kids are spoiled then also, no use saving money (as they will anyway destroy what you created)”.

I pray God to give me just enough money for this life time and a good quality of life.

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Sanjeev Singhai

Sanjeev Singhai

My superpower is my attitude towards life...

I am a professional with high engineering & technical aptitude and great friendliness for technology.I usually speak my mind and am driven by my intuitive gut feelings. I can be best defined as a creator, dreamer and mentor who focuses on simple solutions in day to day business with keen eye on opportunities.I began my journey as a Showroom Salesman, while I was in 2nd year of my graduation in year 1984. Graduated in Economics in 1986. Later competed Executive Education Program at Harvard Business School.Paved through my way to be a top executive, who is today rated among the top Marketing, Media and Advertising professionals of India. Operating from Mumbai, I work for Buchanan Group as Director for Indian Subcontinent and also own Sanjeev Digital LLP, www.IndiaConnector.comI am blessed with a closed knit family - loving wife Neeta, daughter Noopur and son Sarhtak. I am driven by spirits of giving back to society particularly by educating future generations and focusing my efforts in rebuilding a School at Bamhni Bajar, Mandla and Seva Bharti managed Orphanage and School at Jabalpur.