Placeholder Image

Subtitles section Play video

  • Yeah.

  • Uh, I'm chipper.

  • Good morning.

  • How are you guys doing?

  • Good.

  • Yeah, Nice.

  • Wonderful.

  • I've got time in here every time I hear some people would sleep.

  • So sorry.

  • Great.

  • Thank you.

  • It's nice to be here.

  • Good morning, all of you.

  • This is just to share.

  • This is my 14 dead ex talk.

  • And I was just sharing this somewhere with one of my friends who said that Kinabalu.

  • I like I'll keep talking to Ted.

  • California called me and said Bus, just come and speak here once and end it all.

  • But it's so nice to be here in this prestigious campus.

  • And thank you.

  • Can you ever don't know close to the organizing committee will begin.

  • Thank you for getting us here.

  • It's a challenge to speak.

  • The subject is very, very challenging instrument of change, right?

  • That's that's the subject.

  • And when I looked up because this is all of us, Google up and figure out what it is.

  • It's more to do with music on, right.

  • And that's how the whole thing works.

  • But I still thought that let me see what I can speak about.

  • So I sat down on then I felt that if I could speak on, you know, different subjects within the subject called change, resonate and evolve.

  • I would probably be ableto, you know, share a few things about my life and give you a little insight about what change is all about and how you can resonate yourself and then evolve eventually.

  • Considering that all off you are in your twenties and gonna be the leaders of the next gen in this country, what has changed?

  • We all understand what changes changes, the only constant in life which, once the ability to adapt to those changes, will determine your success in life.

  • As said by Benjamin Franklin.

  • All right, we know that we've all read this somewhere, but the But the question is, how do you change and what stops you from changing and why don't we change?

  • And why are we stuck in the same mold all the time?

  • And you know, why is it that, you know, we find it so difficult to change?

  • So So I looked up again Google, as we do on I found this extremely nice Lewins forcefield mortal, which is used most of the time.

  • Very ingenious.

  • And technically you guys I may be right and also in management and figure out as to what change.

  • So the forces for change and the driving forces.

  • And then there is so much of resistance which is happening in there, a restraining forces which don't you know which don't let you change.

  • So the question comes, is what are the forces and one of the driving forces were changed.

  • So let's talk about it.

  • If I talk about myself, I I'm an engineer like Lord A few.

  • I did 23 years of commission service in the Indian Navy.

  • I could the Navy, about the ideas back on.

  • Dhe also worked as a business head for one of our leading organizations, called Comments, which is one of the suppliers off, you know, large scale marine equipment.

  • For three years, I was the business that India and then one of the friends when they told me from Bombay.

  • There there is something called stand up comedy happening and he says, Why don't you get on stage?

  • And these are these friends who say to us it'll bark funnier with their stage picker kiddie car.

  • It's always your friends will push you there, so either you will make it or break it.

  • All right, So you get on stage, you don't do well.

  • You will give up forever, and you start telling jokes and parties and then stab us.

  • Forget we have seen you on stage.

  • So?

  • So that's how the whole thing happened.

  • Just sharing that.

  • So the point comes, is making also driving force of these friends were pushing you to do it.

  • Also at the age off, when I quit the Navy bitches who don't Well, you know, you suddenly realize that if not now, when right, it's not know when.

  • I mean, I can follow the same pattern off typical, you know, mindset off being, ah, vice president or president of an organization.

  • But what happens to my passion?

  • What happens to things I'm good at?

  • And I'm sure everybody here is very talented is just that they're talented and different fields.

  • Everybody has their own skill sets like people write to me today on Facebook and other places on social media, that so you're very talented and I'm like everybody is talented and they're like, we're leaving of it in the leading, a very mundane life changing.

  • Then we can change it if I can't change it.

  • Because May I got him in my bob pants Who don't let you change like me to Misha Deacon ear.

  • But, uh which I'm sure all a few youngsters here already going through those questions from grandparents Specially, you're like Shut up.

  • Marry mother.

  • Mr.

  • Palley will take a moving car.

  • Starting My talks are like this.

  • Only I can be very serious in my tight excels.

  • But you all the people who are recording don't recorded it makes no sense if you don't, you do.

  • Anyway.

  • You could probably focus here for a while, so yeah, what I'm trying to say is that But the point is, you know, like like so it is end of the day of work, like you spoke right now And you said at some point you decided that you wanted to change your life.

  • And I'm sure everybody was going to come and speak about the challenges.

  • No, but the point is, when you want to change yourself, there are these.

  • Like I said, pressures from family.

  • There's pressure from piers.

  • There's pressure from Children.

  • There's pressure from everybody around.

  • People are judging you.

  • That's the biggest thing that happens in India all the time.

  • All right, everybody is there out there to judge you and their people say, Ah ha!

  • From stage.

  • Big joke, Walter.

  • Who, Uh, best I was something.

  • No, but it's so funny.

  • The other day I put a post ordinances looked like somebody put on Misha deal for this whole man like I'm here in Jamshedpur and I'm traveling to different cities and somebody is like, You know, the whole note.

  • Peter Harrell.

  • That's That's a U P.

  • Type of language, Lee.

  • I said, Don't be beat Lewis.

  • Okay, who stops you?

  • Who stops you from changing?

  • Nobody stops us.

  • You know, all of us.

  • I think it's That's what I said.

  • The internal structure of our lives is such that we at some point in time, a court up with so many things.

  • Look, I'm not trying to tell people today to throw over degrees their degrees and quit the classes and started becoming whatever you want to become, because I also finished my formal education and then at some point to side.

  • But then you guys are fortunate enough because, like serve your same batch like you end variety But you're not sitting in this thing to somebody who went to an 80.

  • That's a change, which is happening.

  • That's big for me.

  • In my last year, there were 10 guys from ideas.

  • A very good love.

  • Sorry, Just kidding.

  • No, but the point is, what I'm trying to say here is that you know, so so they'll always be forces from all directions, pulling you in different directions.

  • And it is.

  • But like I said, you guys are fortunate enough to later.

  • Do you have enough exposure toe you Conferences like this conclave's Lecter Dex, which was not happening, said, I don't think that we were growing up.

  • We had anything of the sort.

  • We just went to college next that had this question for me in the morning.

  • Whenever sharing, he said, What were you doing from 1984 to 8 years?

  • I said, I don't know.

  • Well, I told him I was doing engineering and actually, I didn't know what I was doing, and I still remember this thing.

  • In the final year when we were finishing a mechanical engineering in an I.

  • T.

  • J.

  • Porter, we met one of those professors who were close to us and asserts that Why are we doing this?

  • Reimold's equation?

  • Fallon aren't gonna all this.

  • That's why are we doing this?

  • And he says, I don't know, But we're just doing it because everybody wants the job and everybody.

  • But like a set today, we're fortunate that our enough and more opportunities available for you guys, and I think anybody who's passionate about whatever they like to do, I think it is high time that I see, like, say this all the time and you guys have read it.

  • Also India's 148 on the happiness index in the world.

  • So probably there's something missing in our lives, and people are nor doing what they need to do.

  • And there's an important necessity to change what you've been doing all your lives, because only if you change, will you be able to find happiness.

  • It's not necessary that you can change every time a change not listening brings happen is also like no Valentine's Day is coming.

  • If you want to change your girlfriend, you may not be Hey, you realize the consequences are not good enough.

  • Mamma's telling said.

  • This is not for you.

  • I like I like this introduction.

  • People start talking to each other, and this is my husband.

  • That's my wife, which is fine.

  • So it is just getting flowing of it from that school.

  • Whatever we were talking.

  • So your Valentine's Day is coming.

  • All right, so some of you will remain single on Valentine's Day, this time also.

  • Yeah, although you want to change your life and have a girlfriend.

  • But then you realize the other guys who have a gun for another boyfriend.

  • Very nice.

  • Uh huh.

  • You speak about girlfriend?

  • People start tripping like a Stein Novak.

  • We come back the topic.

  • So the point is, what I'm trying to say is that you know, there's a need inherent need for all of us to be happy and which is missing, all right.

  • And I personally feel which is missing.

  • It's so nice to see so many of you smiling that I'm doing the get delivering this talk otherwise normally, talks is like people are sitting in there like Okay, yes, we take that back home.

  • So nor Ganz, because there's enough and Morgan available on Google and Internet.

  • You can search anything and anybody but I share my story because again, the point is change is not easy.

  • It comes with a lot of people who think that you know, you.

  • I have a very happening like they have no clue about my life because what you see on stage is very different from what a person does you know by himself.

  • Because I, like stand up comedy, is like anybody who plays golf or who's played golf would realize 200 comedies like Playing golf.

  • It's an individual sport.

  • Golf is like you're competing only with yourself and it's signed up comedy.

  • You are just competing with yourself.

  • You cannot compare yourself with some of the stand up comic that he sold this.

  • He's all that you need to work on yourself all the time, and that's the biggest challenge.

  • And if you don't sell tickets, it can get very depressing, and it can become like a routine job.

  • Are you looking all harmony views my video has, and then somebody's trying to roll you like I shared yesterday in my show.

  • I said that last and there's somebody who abused me inside.

  • He says, Mabuse kun here, I'm like a clean cut.

  • I'm the clean kowtow problem may kowtow problem because everybody is sitting there and you know, people are judging.

  • So this so you need to change yourself and look at you in the forces which are working.

  • Do your one swat analysis make your own thing what you like to do.

  • And somewhere deep down, if you're convinced, I'm sure today's parents and our generation is far more forthcoming than our parents were.

  • And you go back to your parents and say, Look, I want to do this and I'm sure they will accept that.

  • Okay, fine, you will be able to succeed in this line of work next rezoning.

  • So I looked up present artist to produce a positive feeling.

  • Emotional response, that opinion like an issue, that theory.

  • There's no natured members of our community, so I don't want to get political about what's happening in daily.

  • But everybody knows that there is some resonance happening there and what is resonance.

  • So when I looked up again and I realize at one point in time when I had gone for the show, there was a group of musicians who were, you know, kind of tuning the instruments, all of them individually, they did individually to just get the right tone, and only then they were able to get the right note and music.

  • When you you know how music is, if there is one sorta which is not happening, you music is noise.

  • It's not music anymore.

  • It's not like stand up.

  • I just go and speak I don't need I just need a mic and Stan.

  • But then there is a whole lot of people who are working together, and that's what resonance means.

  • I mean, to me, residence is to be able to get people together to be able to sink with you.

  • Toby ableto think the way you think to be able to start aligning that starts with you.

  • And only then you realize that your life is music, okay?

  • And I think music is in a sense of life without music.

  • I think life is very empty and your life so when you see a lot of so how many people have seen happy?

  • I'm happily married couples.

  • Anybody seen happily married couples?

  • Okay, people are like Okay, this is no.

  • Yeah, just few restaurant.

  • What is happily married Couples.

  • There are people who are happy.

  • But then I think the people who are happy, the people who sync with each other and they're talking and they're in the same frequency you can make out, you know, like when they say chemistry between a couple when they talk about love, for that matter.

  • And, you know, everybody talks about love, So yeah, everybody who's in love people, some people think they're in love.

  • Uh, which appears on Facebook.

  • Then you had somebody from some other country and done so it will be a guy.

  • Uh, but the point is, what I'm trying to say is everybody, you know, So that's where the whole thing happened.

  • So if you are in love, you have a relationship which is happening.

  • You're happy.

  • I think the whole body starts resonating in that same frequency with the person.

  • And that's where then when you meet people and so you're growing as a couple.

  • You know why?

  • Because they are happy with each other and again going back to the fact that we are 140th in the happiness index in the world.

  • On the on.

  • The biggest challenge is that if you're happy, people are not happy because that's what happens in India, right?

  • Yes, but I wish you had boost.

  • It hides right.

  • There you go.

  • You quit castles like I'm turning, you know, like I'm just thinking she's a operation.

  • We're not upset about our own problems.

  • Were upset about why the neighbors are happy.

  • That's what happens with that.

  • So I think so.

  • When we talk about Resonate, I think it is important.

  • This is Ah, I think all of us are bundles and class 10th and 12th.

  • Yeah, you hit one of the tuning forks and then the other one starts vibrating at the same frequency and and you know, that's where the sound comes.

  • And how many have you seen this?

  • Where?

  • Typically they use this small ball and there's a stick which they you're seeing there Chinese With this?

  • Yeah, And it whom you hear, whatever you want to hear.

  • Some people here, whatever.

  • It's a question of it.

  • Yeah, again, it's a perception, right?

  • Life is all about perception.

  • You somebody people here home.

  • Some people have something else, for.

  • The point is, it is soothing.

  • Why do people meditate?

  • People meditate because at some point they close their eyes.

  • They shut their brains and they listen to something which kind of resonates that the mind and the frequency levels.

  • And that is where the happiness happens.

  • All right, evolved when something you've also changes or develops over time.

  • You guys all young, we were learning.

  • Life is a learning cough.