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The key to everything is empathy, because nothing is more effective and fruitful than the ability to walk in the shoes of others.”

A Father, A Husband, A CEO - Satya Nadella believes that his family played a major part in his journey of becoming a successful leader

Becoming a father of special needs children was a turning point in his life which has shaped his life and career in many ways and impacted him very deeply.
His son, Zain, suffered an undetected in-utero asphyxiation which caused severe brain damage leading to cerebral palsy. He is confined to a wheelchair and is quadriplegic and blind.

This was when he learned empathy from his wife, Anupama, who never asked ""why"" but instead always focused on their son and how they could care best for him, he learned empathy from his son when he began to see life from his son’s eyes.
And this is what helped him when his youngest daughter was born with severe learning disabilities.

His journey as a father has taught him how powerful kindness is and how empathy can take you places!
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Having children is a life-changer. It gives you a whole other perspective and fills your hearts with incredible joys.
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You don't have to raise a perfect child, but a happy and confident one so that one day your child will follow your example.
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Like any relationship, the bond between a parent and child can be made stronger with some habits. Follow your instincts, develop a great rapport with your children and set a lifetime of stellar relationship with them. 💕
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People say I'm too skinny, that I should be heavier, especially since I'm expecting. (This is my 5 months pregnancy pic.) But for me, putting on has never been easy. And in the first trimester, I had terrible nausea, couldn't eat anything! (I had no 'pregnancy glow!') 😂🙈 Now I can eat, but the weight only shows on my tummy. And I'm ok with that. :) I'd advise any expecting Mom, whether you're thin/heavy, embrace your maternity body. Don't overthink what you 'should' look like. As long as you are healthy, there is no 'ideal' weight. Every pregnancy body is different - love yours, as it is. 🙏❤️

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Teejay Sidhu
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