Hard Work is the key of Success..
This is what we taught in our school days. Is it applicable in real life too?
I think it depends on how an individual defines "hard work" and "success". I feel I've reached a level of success in my life by reaching my goal of being self-sufficient, yet I don't work at a job that I consider hard (difficult?) in any way. Some people use their talents to find success (musicians, writers, etc) and a lot of them wouldn't tell anyone they worked very hard to get where they are now. Or maybe what we perceive as hard work on the part of others to get where they are, they perceive as having a good time doing what they really love to do.
by karakatsu 5 years ago
why is it so hard for people to believe in themselves?As opposed to a higher power to give their life meaning and purpose.
by Peter Owen 7 years ago
I find myself questioning every day all the beliefs that the nuns beat into me for 8 years. It's not only how they taught us, it is what they taught us. Those women had a very simplistic view on life and religion. To question brought the wrath of the yard stick across the back of the shins.How did...
by Ashok Goyal 5 years ago
What does success mean to you?If you are working hard to achieve sum target and during the course of dedicated hard work you strike some other success, which you never imagined that you could achieve it,will you call it a success or sheer luck.
by Roshan Sharma 4 years ago
> Mystery lies within You.> Explore the Mystery, by handling the situations of life.> Bring awareness to the Actions of life.> Plan your Schedule in Advance> Add Different techniques to your Schedule. ( physical Exercise).> Soul is behind, all mystery of Life.
by Seckin Esen 5 years ago
Which is more important for success: the natural ability you are born with or hard work?
by Stephanie Hicks 13 months ago
Who are the 5 most influential people in your life, and why?Discuss who has had a profound impact on your life - whether they are living or dead
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