Aren’t we all wander in our lives until that point, a trigger to work on a goal or to perceive on a passion?
How can an average student who had no interest in academics, went on to complete his masters in distinction?
How many of you watched the aimless lad, aims peak 5179 in a war-drama Bollywood movie Lakshya?
It’s okay being not okay at times. Start small, keep moving and quality systems will evolve for better performance.
I was a below average kid during my school and what all I managed was just to clear my subjects in annual exams. Until, I reach to my final year of graduation and hit by the hard reality on my financial status, my purpose wasn’t cleared. Similarly, I was a minor member of an integrated team at the start of career and rose to a level, where I managed multiple projects as a consultant over a period of time with persistence and seer determination, under the guidance of great mentors. Many of skills what I posses today, I didn’t have them when I started. It’s all acquired in the journey.
One best thing I learnt in the process is, to love myself and be myself.
People who had watched a war-drama Bollywood movie Lakshya released in 2004 know this. The actor was an aimless young man and out of blue he decides to join Indian army along with his friend. Initially he couldn’t endure with tough military training and escapes from camp. When he reaches home, he overheard his dad’s disappointment towards his inability to keep his promises and the hero feels ashamed by disappointing his dad. He returns to army camp and rose to captain and becomes the key personnel in achieving one of the missions to protect the mother land.
What is your Odyssey?
“Your process gets purified, as you make your purpose clear”