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Tanmay Vora ✍
Enabler of High Performance • Self-Directed Learner • Visual Practitioner • Loves • Reflects on /Learning/Change • Country Head, Basware
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Wendy Gannaway 10h
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You are Soooooo very welcome. I'm a huge fan of your work. And thanks to your flair for capturing important messages visually, I'm inspired & able to influence a lot of great people. Thank YOU!
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Tanmay Vora ✍ 10h
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Thanks for sharing my work again, Wendy!
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Amy Cuddy Feb 27
Before people decide what they think of your message, they decide what they think of YOU.
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 27
Replying to @BTomoffCPA
Ben Zander is awesome.. and his body of work, inspiring!
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Nov 19
Listening is a super power. According to "best form of listening comes in playing the same role for the other person that a trampoline plays for a child. It gives energy, acceleration, height and amplification." - my summary
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Jan 29
“Being in a hurry is inversely proportional to quality of life. As the old saying goes, ‘Walk slowly and you’ll go far.’ When we leave urgency behind, life and time take on new meaning.​” -
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
Only leaders who operate from the space of abundance and security can empower others. Insecurity hoards authority - security gives it away.
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
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The power that stems from fear controls. The power that stems from possibilities empowers.
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
Only leaders who operate from the space of abundance and security can empower others. Insecurity hoards authority - security gives it away.
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
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anand mahindra Feb 26
In a world burdened by natural calamities, trade battles, social upheavals & pandemics, this viral clip showing a child’s unrestrained enthusiasm is a breath of fresh air. He didn’t give a hoot about the celebrity in front & the nervous secret service agent behind! Balle balle!
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 26
Replying to @falgunivasavada
So true. In the world that constantly feeds anxiety, slowing down is actually a radical act of self-care! I wrote this note to self on slowing down in 2012 and it has helped me a lot over the years:
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MindShift 28 Aug 16
4 basic human needs for - crucial for teachers & students! via
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 25
Replying to @JesseLynStoner
Thanks Jesse!
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Jesse Lyn Stoner Feb 25
Leadership Mindsets for a New World via
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 25
Did a leadership development intervention today and you were mentioned by a group of participants as an "inspiring leader". Thanks for sharing your journey along, Jay!
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 22
Thanks for sharing my - full post here:
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Tanmay Vora ✍ Feb 22
More information/research here:
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MindShift Feb 22
While everyone learns slightly differently, there are some similarities in the way our brains take in new information. via thoughts by
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