Mahatma Gandhi

These people had constructed its bonanza and lasting performance, joining personal humildade and professional ambition. In one of its books Ablio Diniz she recognizes the importance of the ambition. ' ' visionary ambition is the space that the people desire to occupy in the future, using the gift as form to prepare itself for tomorrow. It is healthful and necessary to reach new platforms in our life profissional' '. The visionary ambition enxerga the position to be busy and not it person occupies who it today. Although a narrow line separates to these two situations, it exists and it must be respected for the good of that they want to reach its objectives. The ambition is extremely important and therefore professionals must know to manage it so that if she does not become wild, therefore the fact are that the more we conquer more we search new horizontes.

But, the professional ambition is not enough, therefore without talent and preparation the failure is inevitable. Being thus, she is necessary disciplines e, why not, personal humildade? The humildade is not to hide how much we know, but to admit how much we know on our limitations. The ambition moves in them and the humildade supplies direction. Without the humildade the ambition in them becomes blind people and, the humildade without the direction, probably we will be paralyzed. Of this form, the scholars guide in them in them not to become slaves of the things that we desire, therefore the inconsequential ambition can taking in them what they call of ' ' syndrome of cachorro' ' when it runs behind the wheel of the automobile and he does not know what to make when it stops. To the times the ambition can in them take the total unknown places; that is, true ackward surprises, Being thus, we must keep our objectives of long stated period, but not forget that it is in the gift that we construct our future. The ambition is one of the motor forces of the professional growth and until Mahatma Gandhi it was moved by it, therefore in 1930 it said: ' ' My ambition is nothing less than to convert the British people the not-violence and to thus to show the evil them that had made the ndia' '. Its ambition freed its country without the use of the violence