Planned Green End

Planning end seems little difficult sometimes but every task that we initiate should have a beautiful completion. If we can think and visualize complete picture of how we want things to look like, then it become easier for us to plan tasks and actions associated with our goal and objective. For example when i started writing on Mission Green Delhi blog in 2009, after an year i realized that there should be some mechanism by which i should measure what i am doing on this green human blog. I created 7 levels as an author where i fixed 700 posts as final level of being green human and then i decided to reward myself with completion of every 100 posts till i reach this green human level. For now i have reached approx 300 posts and it feels great to see myself growing as green author of Delhi.  Reaching 300 posts feels great as each and every article, poem and video was the result of research and analysis from holy books, nature, trees, websites, technologies and events. Despite lot of conflicts in my mind due to questions I had whenever I met , saw and interacted with people around and away from me, I enjoyed putting everything I felt and experienced on this green screen. And the best thing that satisfies me is my initiation and consistency with an idea from last 2 years.

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Puneet Verma
Puneet Verma, is founder, promoter & author of Mission Green Delhi platform. He is Acumen & Ideo.org certified Human-Centered Design professional as well. You can find more than 600 articles, stories and poems written by him on this online publication. To share thoughts with him, you can whatsapp him at +91- 9910162399. Puneet had worked with The QED Group LLC (www.qedgroupllc.com), Washington DC based International Development sector management consulting firm and looked after their web projects.

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