The Most Happening Day: A Mixture of Conversations, Technovation, Wisdom. - Things I Learned Today

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Friday, 14 April 2017

The Most Happening Day: A Mixture of Conversations, Technovation, Wisdom.

The Most Happening Day: A Mixture of Conversations, Technovation, Wisdom.

Things I Learned on April 14, 2017:-

Lessons Learned From Sudhir Sir:
1.       Do what your heart says.
2.       Introspect yourself to know what you really feel.
3.       If you really want to get something, you will get it done with your full efforts.
4.       Believe in your idea, you will half way passed the journey towards its success.
Lessons Learned From Likhit Sir:
1.       There are two causes of feeling pressure: a) We are trying to control things which are not in our control, b) We are overburdening ourselves.
2.       It is not always important to say yes to every opportunity.
3.       Increase your hunger for knowledge but not for the degree or marks.
Lessons Learned From Newspaper Vendor Uncle:
1.       Respect yourself and speak in such a way that people respect you.
2.       You can learn anything at any time from anyone.
Other Things I Learned Today:
1.       The words ‘Je’ and ‘Kaash’ are very dangerous and they make us consider ourselves as a loser. (Lesson Credits: Shubhraj)
2.       Seek for help, you will definitely get it. (P.S. Rajeev Gupta Sir helped us for the B-Plan Competition: Technovation.)
3.       That awesome moment when you get satisfaction from your performance. (P.S. Technovation PPT.)
4.       Find your love and passion towards your profession, you will automatically do it well. (Lesson Credits: Hazrat. He learned it from Workshop on Economics.
5.       You must also keep commitment and dedication in your heart towards responsibilities. (Lesson Credits: Hazrat)
6.       We feel sad or frustrated because we try to go against the time. We must go with the time. (Lesson Credits: Shubhraj)
7.       Always stay true to your services. (Lesson Credits: Aunt at Domino’s)
We must focus on our work irrespective of others’ contribution in it. (Lesson Credits: Aunt at 14 Block)