Failure is not the Opposite of Success, it's a Part of Success

IBPS has released the final result for RRB-VI recruitment process. Now, for many, it was a news that brought their long-awaited success and for others, it might have felt like another failure, another opportunity gone with the wind. But is it really the end of the world, end of upcoming opportunities? No, it is not. First and foremost thing that you should recall is "Failure is not the Opposite of Success, it's a Part of Success" and moreover in true terms success is stumbling from one failure to other, with no loss of enthusiasm and the zest towards your target, which will ultimately help you in achieving your goal.

Swami Vivekananda once said, “To succeed, you must have tremendous perseverance, tremendous will. ‘I will drink the ocean’, says the persevering soul; ‘at my will mountains will crumble up’. Have that sort of energy, that sort of will; work hard, and you will reach the goal.” 

2018 in the beginning itself has brought to you many opportunities to get that government job you are aiming for. With Syndicate Bank PO, Canara Bank PO and the much awaited SBI Clerk 2018 recruitment exams lined up, you have all the chance to make a refined, better and fresh start. 

"सच्ची सफलता और आनंद का सबसे बड़ा रहस्य यह है: वह पुरुष या स्त्री जो बदले में कुछ नहीं मांगता, पूर्ण रूप से निस्स्वार्थ व्यक्ति, सबसे सफल है ". The man or woman who asks for no return, the perfectly unselfish person, is the most successful, being an aspirant it is your hard work that will take you ahead and that will one day certainly pay off when you will achieve your goal. Don't think of clearing marginal cut off before an exam. Is that what you think, that 'I can attempt 12-13 questions of this section and I'll be safe" That is certainly not the correct approach, then maybe it is an obstacle which is keeping you from getting that seat in the final phase. Arise, Awake and Not Stop till the Goal is Reached. Do your best, practice as much as you need to be perfect, competition is cutthroat, whether it is Banking, SSC or CTET; to succeed you have to analyse your weakness and try to overcome them and convert them to your strengths. Aim to do your best with a plan in every exam of your life.

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