[AI] Would you like to know the success story of a young blind manwho has set out on a mission and has been inspiring andtransforming the lives of thousands of men and women workingfor M.N.Cs.?

sakinadhariwala sfd100488 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 10 23:26:13 EDT 2008


Hai Congratulations happy to have a person like you on this list. very 
inspiring.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "shakir syed" <shakirsd at gmail.com>
To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 2:20 AM
Subject: [AI] Would you like to know the success story of a young blind 
manwho has set out on a mission and has been inspiring andtransforming the 
lives of thousands of men and women workingfor M.N.Cs.?


>                                   The Director
> Empower Institute of Self Development
> 39-10-10/1, first floor
> Veterinary Hospital Road, Labbipet
> Vijayawada-520010
> Cell: 09347255325
> E-mail id: shakirsd at gmail.com
> Hi everybody,
> I'm Shakir director of Empower Institute of Self Development. I'm a
> novice to Access India, thirty year old, unmarried and a freelance
> H.R.D. trainer by profession. I'd like to thank Mr.Vamshi for
> introducing me to this new world. Being a success coach,
> during the last three years I've led over hundred workshops at over
> sixty organisations including software, insurance, hospitality, real
> estate, elevator, jewelry etc. industries across India.
>
> At age five I got complete blindness due to Glaucoma.  I'm pleased to
> tell you that by sheer will power and determination I became the first
> blind to do M.B.A. in A.P., with electives in human resource
> management and financial management. I got my second masters degree in
> English literature. Also, my name has been enlisted in page 103 of The
> prestigious Limca Book of Records of 2002 edition for transcribing the
> holy Quran into English Braille. For all my achievements I was
> felicitated by his Excellency the former president of India Dr.
> A.P.J.Abdul Kalam on 1 February 2007.
>
> My strength lies in inspiring and motivating people, thereby helping
> them to bridge the gap between what they are and what they can be.
> I believe that Access India is an excellent platform wherein all
> visually challenged from every nook and corner of the country can
> interact, share and help one another selflessly.  I'd like to end the
> mail by congratulating the person who came out with the idea to form
> Access India. Bye.
>
> Yours affectionately,
>
> Shakir.
>
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