eSpiritual: My answer is yes, now tell me your problem


Dr KK Aggarwal    22 May 2018

“My answer is yes, now tell me your problem” This is the best statement I have ever come across in my life. A medical superintendent at Moolchand Hospital, when he joined, had this statement on the wall above his head. It clearly indicates that he was there to solve problems and not to create problems.

If all the service provider agencies follow this statement, the scenario of the country can change. Our job should be to solve the problems and not find mistakes. None of us is 100% truthful, honest or hardworking. Each one of us will have some positive points and some negative points. Our job should be to remove our negative points and convert them into positive. Remembers SWOT analysis taught in marketing i.e. “Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat”. We should convert our weakness into strength and threat into opportunities.

(Disclaimer: The views expressed in this write up are my own).

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