#MondayMotivation: Anand Mahindra Starting The Week With The 'Big Picture' Might Be The Motivation You Need
Anand Mahindra’s #MondayMotivation tweet will give you a good dose of inspiration to start the week. Check it out!
Without a doubt, Monday is among the most loathed days of the week. In fact, Monday has been dubbed the worst day of the week by Guinness World Records.
Anand Mahindra, a business magnate with 10 million Twitter followers, frequently shares motivational posts to uplift his followers. This Monday morning, Anand Mahindra published a motivating post that can give you some much-needed boost, in case you’re succumbing to the Monday blues. He shared a video on Twitter that showed the Alps from above as seen from an eagle's flight. Mahindra stressed the value of looking at the broader picture rather than becoming overwhelmed by minor concerns, in his tweet.
While posting the 44-second video clip, Anand Mahindra tweeted, “A mini-cam hooked on to this magnificent bird allows us to literally get a ‘bird’s eye view.’ I find it useful to start a week by trying to always start with the big picture instead of getting bogged down in the nitty-gritty right away #MondayMotivation”.
Check out his tweet below:
In the caption, he also included the hashtag #MondayMotivation. Anand Mahindra's video depicts an eagle flying high over the Alps and how this amazing bird observes the world. The video was uploaded on Twitter a few hours ago, and it has since received over 1.4 million views and counting.
In response to his tweet, one user replied saying, “Great reminder for all of us why Big Picture is important overall.”
Another user posted, “A Birds Eye View gets you the larger view to fly to your vision.”
Not only that, but another Twitter user also wrote, “ this kind of views encourage the people to travel through the world it lead to development of tourism all over the country.”
The eagle's airborne recording that went viral was captured in 2016 for a Red Bull commercial. Falconer Franz Schüttelkopf and filmmaker Otmar Penker trained the golden eagle to fly with the miniature camera. The "eaglecam" camera, which is small and light, was created by Paul Klima of Falkenhof Lenggries and created by the Fraunhofer Institute in Erlangen.