Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Follow a Disciplined LIFE for Success; There's No Escape Route

Are you just working hard to get a job, blindly following others footstep…amused and confused by your friend’s and mate’s advice of studying for 10-12 hours to start a good career. Do you really believe in going up with the hearsay and not practicing a disciplined life can be of any good?

Have you ever thought to ‘put your thinking cap on’? Don’t wish it were easier; wish you were better and YES you can be; if you work with a disciplined life.


I won’t here ‘enlighten your path’ but I am attempting to bring you in front of this simple reality.  Yes students! There is no such thing as magic portion or success mantra, it’s just your life and how you choose to work with it or how you choose to live it.

A disciplined life can never mean hours and hours of studies locked in a room; it means a complete balance that you have to find out between your mind, body and spirit. Yes, you might have to bear the pain of getting up early, but wait! Have you thought, why is that ‘a pain’ to get up early (which is actually on time) in the morning, why is it a discomfort for you? All this would have been effortless if you have something exciting to look up to. Then isn’t the bright day and the opportunities it brings are up to your heart’s content. As simple as it is, if you love your career, you’ll love the bright morning as well.

Create a healthy routine
A healthy body and a healthy mind can only help you to follow your plan for your life. So as much as important it is for you to practice and study, it is also very important to take care of yourself and follow a disciplined and healthy routine. A breath of fresh can do wonders! So go for it work out or go for a walk. If you’ll be relaxed and fresh daily everyday will be ever exciting.

Have a plan for your day
Every person is different, it’s good to listen to advises but make your own plan. You know your strengths and weakness so plan accordingly. If you’ll have a plan for your day, you’ll have something forward to look up to.

Treat yourself well
Just don’t be a book worm, you’ll come to learn a great deal if you study the Insignificant in depth.  If have a shell around you, just break free. Studying is an important part of your life along with your life’s maintenance. So treat yourself well, you don’t have to be hidden from the life’s goodness to pass an examination with flying colours.

Define your goal (PS. It can’t be a bucket list)
We all have seen those New Year’s Resolution, and how much we work on them! Define your goal but there should not be a scene like those New Year’s Resolutions. Be precise with yourself, with what is important for you to do and everything will fall into places on its own.

Not everything can be really that necessary, So FOCUS
As it is said that ‘The noblest exercise of the mind within doors, and most befitting a person of quality, is study.’ But for you as a banking or SSC aspirant what you priorities while studying is also very important.  Not everything can be ‘That important’; you need to focus and understand to priorities wisely weather it is related to your daily routine or the topics you choose to study.

Study without thought is vain: thought without study is dangerous. The more you understand, the less you have to remember. So now you know if were doing it right, it’s your life, it’s your career goals, Live it and achieve it.


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