Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Delayed Gratification and the Lessons from Ramadan at the Palace

Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Delayed Gratification and the Lessons from Ramadan at the Palace

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Today’s Agents of Change is filmed at the Palace of Her Highness, Princess Badria Al Mulla in Abu Dhabi. We are breaking the fast with Princess Ade of Nigeria and Prince Fahad, from Abu Dhabi. I am so honored to be invited to such a personal gathering with such awesome and down to earth people! We are coming from different places, we have different backgrounds, however we share the same values and believe that we always can learn from each other, from other countries, nations, religions and apply this knowledge in our daily life.

Nowadays, living in an instant society, we tend to want something NOW and, therefore, literally, emotional value of what we are getting NOW is far less than the emotional value if we apply what we call Delayed Gratification. Watch this video where we are discussing the lessons from Ramadan about discipline, ethics and gratitude, that help us to achieve our goals in life.

Thank you for staying with me, don’t forget to share this post with your friends and family and make comments if you like it, or have your own opinion.

Happy Ramadan to everyone!

Wishing you Great Success,

Arthur Carmazzi

33 thoughts on “Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Delayed Gratification and the Lessons from Ramadan at the Palace

  1. Wow, Arthur Carmazzi hanging with Princess and Princesses and now i am learning the good things about Islam from you, who would have thought back in high school

  2. This is so true Mr Carmazzi, the things we wait for are truly the sweetest rewards. I like the way you connected it to our company and leadershiphttps://directivecommunication.net/wp-admin/edit-comments.php#comments-form

  3. Totally agree with you Arthur Carmazzi. I always find your articles concerning leadership development useful.

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  12. It is very true that in an organizational change, people always belong and have individualities and uniqueness. Some came from different places, countries, nations, even more, are their religions and beliefs, however, as they are connected by one organization they tend to help and assist each other and share each of their sides and use what will benefit their company and use it as one. It is so beautiful and very assuring to see that people in an organization are helping each other benefiting the companies success. I’ll be following you Arthur Carmazzi, I am so excited to your next words of wisdom.

  13. It is very true that in an organization, people always belong and have individualities and uniqueness. Some came from different places, countries, nations, even more, are their religions and beliefs, however, as they are connected by one organization they tend to help and assist each other and share each of their sides and use what will benefit their company change and use it as one. It is so beautiful and very assuring to see that people in an organization are helping each other benefiting the companies success. You are great Sir Arthur Carmazzi!

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  15. I agree with Arthur Carmazzi, delayed gratification is the need to experience fulfillment without any sort of delay or wait. Waiting can be really hard, and when people don’t get what they want, the psychological reaction is anxiety. establish a charter that covers all areas of leadership and leadership development, including scope of training, who provides it, how it will be delivered,

  16. Right, I agree with Arthur Carmazzi, Delayed gratification has even made its way into your living room, as DVRs have eliminated the need to watch commercials or wait for show times. The patience of internet users is notoriously slow, and even minuscule differences in buffer times can have massive impacts on the success of a business.

  17. Stressed employees suffer from decreased productivity, reduced happiness, and increased health issues. By creating a workplace culture that encourages wellbeing, you’ll bring out the best in your employees.

  18. Well, organizational members are always, in one way or another, ‘managing culture’ – underscoring what is important and what is less so and framing how the corporate world
    should be understood.

  19. For Muslims all around the world, Ramadan—the month of fasting—brings a distinctive sense of togetherness, a respite from the busy day-to-day life, and a definite means of catharsis.

  20. The way I see it, there are two paths we can take in any given situation: one is the path of avoiding pain in the moment, and the other is the more difficult path of delaying pleasure for a bigger purpose.

  21. Arthur Carmazzi ‘s ability to reach people in a way that transcends the intellectual and rational is the mark of a great leadership. he has it. he inspires us. It’s a simple as that. And when we’re inspired we tap into our best selves and deliver amazing work.


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