Mahindra Group’s Executive Chairman Anand Mahindra is known to share inspirational posts on his Twitter handle. The business tycoon spares no chance to motivate his followers through words of wisdom and by sharing interesting information on his social media handles. In the same vein, Mahindra on Monday shared a video of a man teaching his dog the proper way to climb down the stairs. In the two-minute long video, the man comes down to his knees and teaches his puppy the proper way to climb down.
The pet, who initially looked very afraid, gains confidence and finally climbs down the stairs. Truly, the video was inspirational and should be watched. Mahindra captioned the video, ” Many puppy videos.But this has a great moral: Leaders have to be teachers&the best way to teach is to walk the talk–hands 1st in this case!”
People too started sharing their view on the video, with most of them telling about their own pet dogs. “Brought tears to my eyes, I lost my Simba this day last year… Took a piece of my heart with him, my good boy!”Pooja Chaudhari, a Twitter user, wrote. “One of many joys of having a dog. I remember when I gave an ice cube to my pug first time. He went nuts because he couldn’t hold it,” wrote Amit Tiwari, another Twitter user.
Many puppy videos.But this has a great moral:Leaders have to be teachers&the best way to teach is to walk the talk–hands 1st in this case! pic.twitter.com/rGPDsYrRVJ
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) September 26, 2017
Days ago, during the heavy Mumbai rains, Mahindra, had written about how slumdwellers had served people with tea. “And here in Mumbai,a friend stuck in a car to the airport for 5 hrs told me that slumdwellers came out to serve stranded people tea&biscuits.” He was comparing the same to an incident elsewhere.
Months ago, he had written a poem which had people scratching their heads. Mahindra had written, “Composed by a friend: Waqt Sab Ka Aata Hai Zindagi Badalne Ke Liye, Par Zindagi Nahin Milti, Waqt Badalne Ke Liye. How do you interpret it? (Composed by a friend: Everyone’s time comes to change his life, but no one gets life to change time)”