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Anand Mahindra Shares Technique For Successful Marriage, Calls It More Powerful Than 5G


Anand Mahindra Shares Technique For Successful Marriage, Calls It More Powerful Than 5G

We have been witnessing many divorces in the present times and one of the main reasons behind it is the lack of communication. Nowadays, most of the couples live a hectic life and rather than choosing to talk and solve their issues, they prefer to make a distance which further increases misunderstandings and turn things ugly. While clear communication can be a great tool in solving the problems, the non-verbal communication can also help in developing coordination between the two individuals.

The chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra is pretty active on the social media platforms and he shares not only his own personal and professional updates but also inspirational stories, innovative products developed by others, interesting news, funny videos, etc.

Recently, Anand Mahindra took to the micro-blogging site Twitter and posted a video which highlighted the importance of non-verbal communication. In the video, a woman is seen standing in her kitchen and chopping a vegetable while her partner/husband is seen engrossed in his mobile phone. As the woman saw the man, she started chopping vegetable in a manner so as to scare him or make him realize that she is angry after which the man starts washing dishes. Just then, the woman also gets normal and starts chopping the vegetable slowly.

The tagline used for the video is, “For a successful marriage, you don’t need to talk to understand each other.”

Anand Mahindra shared the video with the caption, “Non-Verbal communication. Much, much more powerful than 5G….”

Click here to watch this video directly on Twitter

The tweet soon went viral as till now it has been viewed by more than 424K online users, has received over 25K likes and has been shared more than 2700 times. Many users have expressed themselves by making comments as well and here are some of the selected ones:










However, there was one user who tried to put Anand Mahindra in a tight spot by asking whether he has been in such a situation ever. The user asked, “Sir, have you experienced something like this?!”

Anand Mahindra gave a witty reply as he stated, “This is what is called a rhetorical question… (who hasn’t?)”

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