Essential Reading! Get my 3rd book: Eat Their Lunch “The first ever playbook for B2B salespeople on how to win clients and customers who are already being serviced by your competition.” Buy Now My Teenage SelfYou know you really are an asshole sometimes. Your Mom is raising four kids by herself and you can really be a selfish, little bastard. Start helping her, damn it.Remember to thank the good people at the restaurant later on in life. They gave you a job and fed you. Working fulltime at the age of thirteen is going to do more to help you succeed than almost anything else. Yes, even just washing dishes is going to form your character.Identify and get close to people with a way bigger vision of themselves than anything you are comfortable with. Your vision is way too small. Stunted, really.Later on, you are going to love a really nice suit and a really great tie. No. Really. Stop laughing.Don’t listen to people who tell you street smarts trump book smarts. Don’t listen to people who tell you book smarts trump street smarts. These things aren’t mutually exclusive, and combined they are more powerful than either alone. Go to school.My Early 20’s SelfGet out of bed before the sun comes up and get busy. The fastest way to win is to hustle. Don’t hang out at night partying with your friends. Do the work that matters instead.Talent by itself isn’t enough. Confidence and marketing provide a surer, straighter path to success. Double down on the marketing and promotion.Did you ever do anything about that whole “school” thing we talked about?You are a leader when you decide to be, not when someone gives you permission. Just start leading.Uh, dude, you might want to get those headaches checked out at some point. It could be something serious. Just sayin.My Late 20’s SelfLife isn’t a race. Take your time. You can accomplish a lot AND enjoy the experience at the same time. You don’t get go back over this ground again.Write down everything, every story. You are going to wish you could recall all the places, the faces, the names, and the lessons later on.Damn, boy! That wife is yours is something special! Don’t botch it up!My 30’s SelfLook, people have been having babies for a three and half million years. You aren’t going to screw it up worse than anyone else has . . . I hope.Twins. Really? Well now isn’t that going to be interesting?Your work and your job aren’t the same thing. Don’t confuse them. Spend more time doing your work than doing your job. You don’t know what I am saying? Well, think about it until you figure it out.Don’t be so damn judgmental. Everybody is dealing with their own pain, their own fears, and their own life. Who made you their judge?You can’t pay people to not have to lead them or manage them. It doesn’t work that way.My Early 40’s SelfGet started. Don’t wait for permission. Share what you know with people who need it.More margin! More margin!You only have these little people in your house for a few more years. Love them and prepare them to be healthy, happy grown ups. Make your mark, man!Your TurnWhat would you tell your younger self?
Amid ambiguity over his meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh said on Monday that they would meet in Amritsar on Wednesday.“Look forward to meeting Canadian Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau in Amritsar on Wednesday. I’m hopeful that this meeting will help strengthen the close Indo-Canadian business ties as well as the deep-rooted people-to-people relations between our two countries,” the Chief Minister wrote on Twitter.Deep roots“While trade and business will be the focus area, the two leaders are expected to discuss steps to intensify the close relations between the people of the two countries,” said a spokesperson of the Chief Minister’s Office.“Punjab has deep roots in Canada, where a large Punjabi community is settled, and has always striven to strengthen the connect,’’ Capt. Singh said in the statement.He pointed to the apology tendered by Mr. Trudeau in 2016 for the 1914 Komagata Maru incident, in which hundreds of Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus were denied entry to Canada and forced to return to India. This gesture underlined the depth of the bilateral relations, he said.
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Options in other seasons for these states.Arunachal PradeshArunachal Pradesh Tourism Centre, Arunachal Bhawan, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi; tel: (011) 2301 3915; Itanagar: (0360) 221 4745; www.arunachaltourism.inSpring at Bhalukpong: A scenic town on the way to Tawang, Bhalukpong is where you can tackle the mahseer at the Kameng river or trek in the glorious mountains that surround you. The orchidarium at Tipi, nearby, houses more than 7,500 varieties. Nearest big town is Tezpur in Assam, 60 km away.Summer at Tawang: Visit the world famous Tawang Monastery, the second largest in Asia and the biggest draw of the state. Explore the Tawang village and drive to nearby Shonga-tser and Panga-teng lakes. About 180 km from Bomdila.Winter at Namdapha Wildlife Sanctuary: Rising in tiers to a height of 4,500m, Namdapha is the only sanctuary of its kind in India and offers a rare chance to spot the clouded leopard and the snow leopard. Fly to Dibrugarh and enter from Mia, 112 km away.DelhiDelhi Tourism Development Corporation, 18-A, D.D.A. SCO Complex, Defence Colony, New Delhi; tel: (011) 2464 7005, 2469 8431, 2461 8026; e-mail: email@example.com; www.delhitourism.nic.in Spring in Old Delhi: Spring is the best time to dig into mouth-watering food at Old Delhi in Chandni Chowk. Take the Delhi Metro and make your way to Paranthewali Gali to dig into piping hot paranthas that are available in many delicious flavours. Also visit Karim at Jama Masjid for those succulent kebabs and mutton burrahs. Karim; tel: (011) 2326 4981 or visit www.karimhoteldelhi.com.Summer at nightclubs: While its burning in the day, step out in the evening when it is cooler to experience the city’s hip nightlife. You can head to Blue Bar at Taj Palace or Aqua at The Park for a quiet drink, but if you are looking for something hipper make your way to LAP. This is a VIP lounge and hip club rolled into one and is one of Delhi’s most happening places now. Blue Bar, tel: (011) 2611 0202; Aqua, tel: 2374 3000; LAP, tel: (011) 2410 3762.Monsoon for mall crawl: While it is pouring outside take refuge at Delhi’s malls and fill in your shopping bags. Select Citywalk in Saket is an upscale shopping destination housing over 150 brands and F&B outlets under one roof. But if it’s the international designers you are looking for head to DLF Emporio in Vasant Kunj which has brands like Armani, Gucci, Burberry, Fendi, Dior and more. Visit www.selectcitywalk.com and www.dlfemporio.com for more details.Winter for heritage walks: Re-live the history of Delhi through heritage walks which are organised at 10 locations including The Nizamuddin Shrine, Chandni Chowk and Hauz Khas village. Each tour will take walkers being guided by experienced individuals who have a passion for Delhi’s heritage. Visit www.delhiheritage walks.com for details.Jammu and KashmirJammu and Kashmir Tourism, Tourist Reception Centre, Srinagar; tel: (0194) 245 2690-91; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.jktourism.orgSpring at the Tulip Festival: During the months of March and April, The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden in Srinagar is a riot of colours with over 1.2 million tulips of 70 varieties in bloom. At this time, a Tulip Festival is held for 10 days. The location could not be better–at the foothills of Zabarwan range, overlooking the Dal Lake, this festival is the one of its kind in the country.Summer at Hemis National Park: Summer is the best season to go for a trek at the Hemis National Park, located in the moonscapes of the Eastern Ladakh region. Enthusiasts go here in search of the elusive snow leopard though all you may be able to spot is the kiang, ibex and Tibetan antelope. As many as 16 mammal and 73 bird species can be found here. Contact Deputy Conservator of Forests, Hemis National Park; tel: (01982) 225 0953Winter at Gulmarg Snow Festival: During the winter season, Gulmarg is covered with snow and the best way to experience this haven is by taking part in the Gulmarg Snow Festival organised by J&K Tourism. Held in December, this festival officially starts the winter sports of the season. The Gulmarg Snow Festival has a variety of sporting action like snow baseball, rugby, snow cycling, night skiing and ice skating. Gulmarg is two hours from Srinagar. Visit www.jktourism.org for more information.ManipurTourist Information Centre, Imphal; tel: (0385) 245 0038. In New Delhi: (011) 4575 0800Spring at Loktak Lake: The largest freshwater lake in the North-East, Loktak is famous for the floating islands called phumdi, and their wild inhabitants, the sangai or brow-antlered deer, only found here. About 50 km from Imphal. Winter for the city: Explore the city of Imphal when the winter sun is out, the perfect time to explore the ruins of Kangla Fort at its heart and to shop at Ima Keithal, the largest market in Asia run by women. MizoramGovernment of Mizoram, Aizawl; tel: (0389) 233 3475/ 4474; www.mizotourism.nic.inSpring for celebrating Chapchar Kut: Be anywhere in the first week of March in Mizoram and you will find celebrations of Chapchar Kut on in full swing… People turn up in traditional attire and you can witness the Cheraw, the local bamboo dance of Mizoram.Summer atop the Phawngpui Peak: Located within the Phawngpui National Park, this is the highest peak in the state. At 2,360m, trekking up to the summit is a challenging but rewarding experience as you witness the stunning Blue Mountains. Over 300 km from Aizawl and needs overnight stay.Winter at Dampa: Dampa Tiger Reserve is the biggest wildlife sanctuary in Mizoram and the rolling hills and rippling streams cut a pretty picture. You can spot the tiger, leopard, sloth bear and the Himalayan black bear and, of course, the hoolock gibbon. 127 km from Aizawl.TripuraTripura Tourism Development Corporation Limited, Swetmahal, Agartala; tel: (0381) 222 5930/ 3893; e-mail: email@example.com; http://tripuratourism.inSpring at Agartala: Enjoy the city when the sun is still mild, walking around the Kunjaban Palace gardens and the one kilometre-long Ujjayanta Palace, home of the erstwhile royalty.Winter for the Orange Festival: Witness the undulating hills of Jampui in the north district of the state come alive during the Orange Festival, usually held in November. Join the festivities or just marvel at nature’s colourful spread. 250 km from AgartalaWest BengalWest Bengal Tourism Development Corporation Ltd; Hemanta Bhawan, 4th Floor, 12 B.B.D.Bag (East), Kolkata; tel: (033) 4401 2086/2082; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.westbengaltourism.gov.in Spring for the melas: The Gangasagar Mela, a three-day fair that is the largest festival of the state, is held at Sagar Dwip during Makar Sankranti. At the same time, in Birbhum, is the Kenduli Mela, where a large number of baul singers fill the air with delightful music.Summer for Darjeeling: For the tea estates and for the hills, Darjeeling is the best summer getaway from West Bengal. Explore the town, ride the DHR or visit the monasteries. Fly to Bagdogra and drive the 100 km.Monsoon at Santiniketan: Santiniketan takes on an added poetic charm during the monsoon. Visit the laidback city, make a stop at Uttarayan, the complex where Tagore lived, and see the museum and art gallery. 212 km from Kolkata.Winter for the Kolkata Book Fair: Started in 1976, this is the largest book fair in Asia and a big draw to the city. Winter is also the best time to explore Kolkata’s many charms–while away hours on Park Street and New Market and enjoy the famous street food.advertisementadvertisement