Instead of feeling frustrated about not being able to manage well, Maheshwari says it is a good practice to integrate different aspects "or dots as part of the larger thread" to achieve more and live a fulfilling life.
In her talk titled 'Why I became a climate activist', she takes us back to her childhood, when she was perturbed by the fact that something so fundamental (like the greenhouse effect) would be squeezed into a single geography lesson.
In order to achieve success, you need to go beyond your limits.
We, women have to start practicing bravery too. We cannot teach our girls until we teach ourselves, says the author in this inspiring video.
"There is so much suffering, so much hatred, so much misery, and we with our prayer, with our sacrifice are beginning at home. Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the action that we do."
Everywhere, post-visarjan scenes witness massive amounts of waste in water bodies. In this inspiring drive, TV Sudhakar shows a way forward.
American actor and comedian Whoopi Goldberg shared the importance of being comfortable in one's skin.
According to Hayek, one needs to change their attitude to overcome mistakes and challenges in life.
"People used to tell me to not waste time on it. But I channelised that frustration in the sport. It feels good to do something. Everyday is a new day for me. I practice everyday and I don't give up," he says.
"I was cheeky, I was loud, I was angry. And for this, I was perfect," Williams says of her Game of Thrones audition.
"I was never going to be perfect enough for an industry that defines perfection from the outside in. And that's okay; rolls, curves, cellulite, all of it. I love every part of me."
"If your job is to dance, do your dance. If the divine, cockeyed genius assigned to your case decides to let some sort of wonderment be glimpsed, for just one moment through your efforts, then ‘Olé!’"
Tolle says excessive thought activity often creates scenarios of things going wrong; that are not happening now; may never happen.
PV Sindhu always leads by example and it is evident in this video of the athlete where, during a visit to a college, she stressed on the importance of hard work to become successful.
The former Hewlett Packard engineer-turned-motivational speaker Gaur Gopal Das shares why challenges are necessary for success.
In her 18-minute talk Adichie brings in personal anecdotes of learning things and unlearning them; of seeing the world through the prism of innocence.
Shanti draws a parallel with the human desire of seeking happiness in everything but their own selves.
Lilly Singh talks extensively about sacrifices, yet refuses to elevate it. She believes one needs to sacrifice something to achieve what they aim for.
In this video dated November 19, 1984, Gandhi stresses on the fact that India is self-sufficient, independent and refuses to give into any pressure from other countries.
Raghu Rai stressed in this inspiring video that whether photographing a common person on the street or the Prime Minister, the intensity (of photographing) should remain the same.
Bihar's super cop Amit Lodha on why one shouldn't get blinded by success.
In this inspiring video, the statesman whose first death anniversary has been observed on August 16 this year, said that the country's democracy must remain "eternal" despite struggles.
In this motivational video, tennis champion Roger Federer talks about how he dealt with anger and losses that he faced on the court.
The first President of independent India, Dr Rajendra Prasad, spoke in this inspiring video on the importance of respecting diversity.
Shiv Khera talks about 1973, the insurgency at that time and how he had to leave India for Canada. Khera says his wife, an MBBS, had to take up a job as a cashier to keep the inflow of money.