A Collection of Informative and Interesting Articles
Absolutely Free - Start Sharing Your Knowledge Today!
Home | Submit Articles | Login
Online Since Year 2000
Being Vigilant ....An Article For BankersBY: kishore thampi | Category: Others | Submitted: 2011-11-17 08:30:06
The Power of Observation is something which is inherent in us. We were born with this niche skill. The enthusiasm and awe with which we used to look at this world as a child had given way to an acceptance of reality. We have learnt to take the world for granted. That is probably the reason why we tend to be oblivious to the nitty gritty changes happening around us. Mind is a very complex and delicate matter. We usually see things through the mind's eye. That is why we need to constantly tune and engage our mind to see and understand things more clearly. Being Vigilant is all about imbibing that elusive alertness in each and every aspect of our lives. It is about seeing beyond the probable and analyzing and finding a meaning to our mind's conjecture.
"What we see mainly depends on what we look for". We need to develop an eye for detail. How often do we really inquire and question? The well dressed bonhomie people often infect our thinking prowess. We tend to get carried away by their mannerisms and histrionics. An ebullient smile can push our inquisitions to oblivion. Most contorted minds and criminal brains put forth a veneer of ignorance. At first instant they seem to be the nicest people around. But when reality hits us, it would probably be late. The damage would have already been done. This is where being vigilant comes to our help. An alert and vigilant mind will see the implausible. Like the flashy Rolex or an expensive automobile that does not tally with the income bracket of that person. Elusive answers and beating around the bush, when asked about the source of income, should lead to the buzzing of our alert antennas. Our mind and body, over the years, have succumbed to doing things involuntarily. We seldom ask the question "why", before doing anything. If we can train ourselves to question each and every deed of ours, then we can iron out many oversights and misappropriations.
We have observed the Vigilance Awareness Week from 31st October to 5th November 2011. This is to disseminate awareness against corruption/ malfeasance/ fraud and to propitiate good governance and polity in every aspect of public administration. Many banks have mooted the concept of "Whistle Blowing" to enable the employees to expose prospective perpetrators and fraudsters and bring to light unholy bank dealings. The world now being a "Global Village", we need to be all the more alert and vigilant to curb any anti social nexus and facilitate safe and sound banking. And together we can, provided we remain vigilant and alert and not give an iota of chance for any malfeasance or fraud.
No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom, unless he is vigilant in its preservation.
Article Source: http://www.saching.com/
About Author / Additional Info:
Comments on this article: (0 comments so far)
• Konark - the Sun Temple
• The Democrats Have No Political Fight in Them
• He Discovered That Mostly, Seniors Are Very Much Worried
• SMART Goals: Losing Weight For Better Health
Latest Articles in "Others" category:
• Risk, Fresh Employees, and Hiring Approach
• Half - A - Man
• Shapes of Swimming Pool
• The Effects of Media Ownership on Mass Media Contents. (Part 1)
• Every Revolution Was First a Thought in One Mans Mind
• 25 GUIDELINES AT INTERVIEW TO FOLLOW
• Solvency II and Its Impact on Existing Subordinated Bonds of Insurers
Important Disclaimer: All articles on this website are for general information only and is not a professional or experts advice. We do not own any responsibility for correctness or authenticity of the information presented in this article, or any loss or injury resulting from it. We do not endorse these articles, we are neither affiliated with the authors of these articles nor responsible for their content. Please see our disclaimer section for complete terms.
Copyright © 2010 saching.com - Do not copy articles from this website.
|| Home | Disclaimer | Xhtml ||