About Rajiv Bajaj

Rajiv Bajaj – Trainer & Tourism Industry Professional

“I may not be all that I should be, but I’m more than I used to be, and God isn’t finished with me yet !”

Okay, so who am I ?

Hi. My name is Rajiv Bajaj, and I’m from New Delhi, India. I am an entrepreneur and run a small outfit that is into B2B marketing of Tourism Products & Services, and also a Trainer / Instructor specializing in Communication Skills & Customer Service. To view my detailed profile on Linked In, please click here. But that’s not why I am here.

And what brings me here ?

In the words of Zig Ziglar – “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” Having seen lots of ups and downs in life, I had, a few years ago, let myself go. I had allowed myself to be pulled under, but thankfully, that phase did not last too long. I made a conscious effort to pull out of it, and now I am recharged again, and keep reminding myself to stay positive and to stay motivated. I am new to blogging, and have set up this blog to keep myself motivated, and to hear from others about what motivates them.

Why a blog on motivation ?

One can never get enough of motivation. To me, staying motivated now is important as eating to stay alive. It is like the nutrition that helps me to grow. Today I am better equipped to handle what life throws at me. Talking about motivation and positivity uplifts me. Our attitudes shape us and define us, and a positive attitude towards life, events, and people in general certainly helps to make life easier. I would love to hear from like-minded folks out there, and learn from them about what their driving forces are. And hence this blog. As a trainer, I also do sessions on attitude and personality development, as well as communication, and have done several presentations on these topics, which I would also like to share here, because I firmly believe that these presentations can serve as a source of inspiration to others, as they are to me. Your comments, views and suggestions, of course, are more than welcome.

Comments are closed