10 things to learn from PM Narendra ModiNew Delhi: Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister of world's largest democracy. He successfully made his presence felt everywhere he travelled.He has earned praise from top world leaders because of his pragmatic skills to deal
New Delhi: Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister of world's largest democracy. He successfully made his presence felt everywhere he travelled.
He has earned praise from top world leaders because of his pragmatic skills to deal with complex situations.
It was Modi's commitment to work for peace and prosperity of India that led to signing of historic Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh and peace accord with Naga insurgents.
There are many things that we can learn from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Let's have a look at 10 such inspiring qualities of PM Modi:
1. Speaking Skills
Narendra Modi has something in his voice that makes your head turn.
Bill Gates had once said that the presentation skill is one of the most important skills in the 21st century.
And the best example is Narendra Modi. He has caught the attention of the world with his public speaking.
His excellent oratory skills forced hid opponents to concede that even they never missed a speech by the Prime Minister.
Modi is the 15th Prime Minister of India. He has always led a disciplined life. Ever since he joined RSS as a swayamsevak, he has followed a disciplined regimen.
He finds time from his busy schedule to practice Yoga daily.
During his childhood, Modi used to assist his father and brother at their tea stalls at Vadnagar Railway station. Since then, he was determined to make it big for himself.
His determination and an absolute commitment to success for himself and for his country defines him. And that is something successful leaders have in common.
He has been associated with RSS since an early age, and that shows the determination that eight-year old possessed and this 64 year old possesses.
Narendra Modi strongly believes in detailing each and everything in the interest of people. During Lok Sabha election campaign, Modi travelled more than 3.5 lakhs kms and did 400 rallies. He detailed his vision clearly and May 16 result was the outcome of his hard work.
5. Love for technology
Modi is tech-savvy and likes to keep himself up to date with all the developments in the field. During his visit to UAE, he had written � "Vigyaan Jeevn Hai (Science Is Life)."
He widely used technology during his campaign for 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
He is very active on social media and tweets and posts on Facebook every important initiative that his government takes.
Modi is a big yoga lover and never forgets to practice it on a daily basis, no matter how busy he is.
Yoga is the reason why he is so active even at 64.
Also, it was because of Modi's efforts that United Nations decided to celebrate World Yoga Day on June 21 every year.
The enthusiasm with which Modi lives his life is commendable.
Be it playing drums on his recent visit to Japan or answering questions of various Indian students on Teacher's Day, he has never left behind his enthusiastic persona.
Modi is not a man who can be impatient and jump on to conclusions in a hurry or be restless for results.
His patience and tendency of keeping himself calm and not behaving like a kid has proved to be very useful.
9. Leadership Skills
In a public speech, he promised to work one hour more than his subordinates. Also, his colleagues say that Modi leads them by setting example as far as hard work is concerned.
He is a very humble human being and this is evident by the way he addresses the nation and answers all the questions.
He says that he is not a Prime Minister, but a 'pradhan sevak'. This signifies his humble approach towards 125 crore Indians.