What is confidence for you? What does it look or feel like? Do you feel confident when you put on a certain dress or pair of shoes? Do you feel confident when you’re in the middle of a specific activity?
In today’s fast-paced world, people are racing towards competition rather than perfection. Human minds have been replaced by Google. Screens have taken the place of books. People tend to focus on earning money while risking their health, filling their pockets with pressure and anxiety. M.K. Gandhi rightly said ‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’
Exams frighten almost everyone. Fear of failure (and even fear of success) can affect even the ablest students, sometimes leaving them unable to get started.
We all wish to end up in a job which we are passionate about and love. To be the candidate for the company of one’s choice, one needs to prepare objectively and earnestly. One needs to put one’s best foot forward in an interview, be at the politest and most sober self. Here are some areas we need to polish while acing the job search process.
We have all been gifted 24 hours in a day, yet people like Einstein, M.K. Gandhi, Mother Teresa, Margaret Thatcher, Warren Buffet and Bill Gates never complained about the paucity of time. They were able to accomplish huge tasks of global importance within the same time allotted to mortals like us. This is because apart from their leadership skills they had attained mastery over time by revering/valuing it.