You give your best, perform well and hope it gets you noticed, but while good performance is important and critical to advancing your career; unfortunately, it’s not always enough. Many of your peers are doing great work as well. So, how do you make sure people remember you? How do you make a solid, lasting impression? What makes you different and how can you stand out from all the rest?
Answering these questions a workshop was organized under Bhawanipur Chaupal the Yuva wing of Yi on the 15th of October 2015 on the first birth anniversary of Dr Kalam. Yi-YUVA observing this very special day through a ‘Yi Youth Dialogue’ on ‘Visioning for India’ across all the chapters in India.
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The Workshop was conducted by Mr.Brijesh Dalmia, the founder of ‘The Brijesh Dalmia Leadership Company’. A motivational and inspirational speaker in the area of Life, Leadership and Personal Development. He has transformed several lives through his coaching, workshops and keynote speaking. Till now, over 50,000 participants have benefitted from his powerful workshops and seminars. A CFPCM, LUTCF and LMF, authored 7 books till now on investments, business practices and personal growth, reaching over 1,00,000 readers.
According to him a massive difference isn’t required, but a noticeable one is. Often the simplest differentiation can be the key to establishing your brilliance.
Five Key Differentiators:
- Listen to Others
- The Rule of 10000 hours of Practice by Malcolm Gladwell
- Rule of 20/200 (Effort/Reward) to be one step ahead of others
The differentiators were explained with real life examples and activities. Above all, believe in yourself. To stand out from a crowd, you must believe that you are someone worth being around. Once you have conquered the fear of being the centre of attention, you’ve got the key to standing out in a crowd. There is only one of you in the whole wide world, so look good, stand tall, be confident and friendly and you’re sure to stand out from the rest . As the saying goes “you never get a second chance to make a first impression” so make that first impression a good one !!