Self Motivation

I can Motivate Myself .I am the creator of My Own self ,How? Part-4

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Many of us find ourselves in motivational slumps that we have to work to get out of.

Sometimes it’s like a continuous cycle where we are motivated for a period of time, fall out, and then have to build things back up again.

There is nothing more powerful for self-motivation than the right attitude. You can’t choose or control your circumstance, but you can choose your attitude towards your circumstances.

How I see this working is while you’re developing these mental steps, and utilizing them regularly, self-motivation will come naturally when you need it.



Vivek Kumar-Communication Skills Trainer
The purpose of Motivation is for self” So find it within and not outside you. Vivek Kumar

After reading this article you will be able to know the next 5 ways to keep yourself motivated from the series of  “100 ways to motivate yourself”.

This article is the 4th series of – ” I can Motivate myself. I am the creator of My Own Self, How?

Yes, You heard it right,  You can Motivate Yourself.

This article is published in a series of 5 ways of self-motivation and covers 100 ways to self-Motivation.

  1. Choose happy Few.
  2. Learn to Play a Role.
  3. Sit quietly and Talk to yourself. Stop For some time and do Nothing.
  4. Use The chemicals produced by your body, Yes, your brain chemicals
  5. Learn to lose your cool.

Self-motivation is the force that keeps driving us to achieve, improve, and move forward.

Self-motivation helps you to learn and grow – regardless of how difficult the situation is. That’s why self-motivated is such an essential tool to assist you in achieving goals and dreams.

Self-motivation is connected to how much you believe that you could achieve those targets with the skills and abilities you possess; and your expectation that if you put in enough hard work, you will succeed. In order to build the strongest levels of self-motivation, you’ll need “Self-confidence and self-efficacy.”, “Positive thinking, in the present and about the future.”, “Focus and strong goals.”  and also, “A motivating environment.”

Positive thinking is closely related to self-confidence as a factor in self-motivation. It’s crucial to treat things positively, especially when things aren’t going the way you would expect and ready to give up.

If you think that things are not going in the correct direction or that you are not even close to success, those thoughts may influence attitude in such a way that your predictions will come true. Your judgments can have a key influence on how you are going to perform, so make sure that your thoughts are positive all-time.

Positive thinking drives you to think about an attractive future that you want to realize. When you presume positive outcomes, your selections will be more optimistic, and you’ll be more likely to work hard towards your goals which helps you bridge the gap between wanting something and going out to get it. Moreover, research shows happiness increases productivity and makes you more successful

Self-motivation doesn’t come naturally to everyone. And even those who are highly self-motivated need some extra help every now and then. Your attitude and beliefs can dramatically influence the likelihood of your success.

Examine ways to improve your self-motivation, and regularly reassess your motivation levels. If you actively keep your internal motivation high, you can drastically increase the likelihood of achieving your hopes, dreams, and visions of the future.

The last thing to address is surrounding yourself with people share the same visions that remind you of your objectives, then help you with your inner motivation. These are exterior influences that could potentially get you motivated from the outside. Nevertheless, you always want more factors you have working for you.

Motivated to succeed
The Harder You work for something, the greater you will feel when you achieve it”


Let’s dwell on the Five Ways to Self Motivation-

Choose the happy few.

Just, walk away from friends who don’t support the changes in your life. Do it very Politely.

There will be friends who will not like you changing. They will be jealous and afraid every time you make a change. They will see your new motivation as a condemnation of their own lack of it. In many ways, they will bring you back down to who you used to be. Identify such friends and family members who do this. Actually, They do not know, what to do?

The people you spend time with will change your life in one way or another. If you associate with cynics, they’ll pull you down with them. If you associate with people who support you in being happy and successful, you will have a head start on being happy and successful. Throughout the day we have many choices regarding who we are going to be with and talk to. Don’t just be attracted to the coffee machine and participate in the negative gossip because it’s the only game in town. It will drain your energy and decrease your own optimism. We all know who lifts us up, and we all know who brings us down. It’s okay to start being more careful about to whom we give our time.

In his inspiring book “Spontaneous Healing”, Andrew Weil recommends:

“Make a list of friends and acquaintances in whose company you feel more alive, happier, more optimistic. Pick one whom you will spend sometime this week.”

According to a philosopher

“If I were to wish for anything, I should not wish for wealth and power, but for the passionate sense of the potential, for the eye which, ever young and ardent, sees the possible. Pleasure disappoints, possibility never.”

Learn to play a role

Your personality does not decide your future. In fact, your personality is not even determined by your personality. There is no such code in you that determines who you will be. You are the thinker who determines who you will be. How you act is who you become.

Enroll in some acting class, it would help you deal with your overwhelming stage fright. You will learn something much more valuable than how to relax in front of a crowd. You will learn that your emotions were tools for you to use, not demonic forces. You will learn that your emotions were yours to work with and change at will.

Playing a role lets you enter into a character and you get a chance to live the life of someone you are acting as, feel the character and try to visualize yourself living the full character. This experience of acting will let you know that the audience thinks, you just like the character you played in the drama. The audience is unknown to your actual self, so actually, you have given birth to your new personality as a character in the drama.

Thus this experiment will definitely make you convinced that your personality and character are not a born gift, rather it is something that you can develop in yourself by practicing and following your life consciously.


Sit quietly and Talk to yourself. Stop For some time and do Nothing.

For a long time, all by yourself, sit quietly, absolutely alone. Completely relax. Don’t allow the television or music to be on. Just be with yourself. Watch for what happens. Feel your sense of belonging to the silence. Observe insights starting to appear. Observe your relationship with yourself starting to get better and softer and more comfortable.

Sitting quietly allows your true dream life to give you hints and flashes of motivation. In this information-rich, interactive, civilized life today, you are either living your dream or living someone else’s. And unless you give your own dream the time and space it needs to formulate itself, you’ll spend the better part of your life simply helping others make their dreams come true. “All of man’s troubles,” said Blaise Pascal, “stem from his inability to sit alone, quietly, in a room for any length of time.” Notice that he did not say some of the man’s troubles, but all.

Once, during a discussion, a person asked me, “Why is it that I get my best ideas when I’m in the shower?” I just asked the person, “When else during your day are you alone with yourself, without any distractions?” As the person was honest, he answered, obviously never.

Great ideas come to us in the shower when it’s the only time in the day when we’re completely alone. No television, no movies, no traffic, no radio, no family, no talkative pets—nothing to distract our mind from
conversing with itself.

“Thinking,” said Plato, “is the soul talking to itself.” People worry they will die of boredom or fear if they are alone for any length of time. Other people have become so distraction-addicted that they would consider sitting alone by themselves like being in a sensory deprivation tank.

The truth is that the only real motivation we ever experience is self-motivation that comes from within. And being alone with ourselves will always give us motivating ideas if we stay with the process long
enough. The best way to truly understand the world is to remove yourself from it. Psychic entropy—the seesaw mood swing between boredom and anxiety—occurs when you allow yourself to become confused by massive input. By being perpetually busy, glued to your cell phone, out the world all day with no time to reflect, you will guarantee yourself an eventual overwhelming sense of confusion.

The cure is simple and painless. The process is uncomplicated. You do not need to leave your room,

“Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen. Simply wait. Do not
even wait. Be quite still and solitary. The world will freely offer itself to you to be unmasked. It has no choice, it will roll in ecstasy at your feet.” In other words, don’t just do something…sit there.


Use The chemicals produced by your body, Yes, your brain chemicals-

There are drugs that you can use to motivate yourself with and I’m not talking about amphetamine or crack (a deadly form of child’s play). Instead, you can get into those energizing chemicals in your system that gets activated when you laugh…or sing…or dance…or run…or hug someone. When you’re having fun, your body chemistry changes and you get new biochemical surges of motivation and energy.

And there isn’t anything you do that can’t be transformed into something interesting and uplifting. Victor Frankl has written startling accounts of his life in the Nazi concentration camps, and how some prisoners created new universes unto themselves inside their own minds. It might sound absurd, but truly imaginative people can access their inner chemical creativity in the loneliness of a prison cell. Don’t keep trying to go outside yourself searching for something that’s fun. It’s not out there anywhere. It’s inside. The opportunity for fun is in your own energy system—your synergy of heart and mind. That’s where you’ll find it.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton recommends looking at any task you do as fun.
“If it’s not fun,” he says, “you’re not doing it right.”

People who get high on marijuana often find they can laugh at anything.
The problem with them is that they think this kind of “fun” is inherent in marijuana. It’s not. The capacity for fun was already there inside of them. The marijuana just artificially opened them up to it. But the
physical and psychological price paid for such a drugged opening is not worth the high. (I wish I didn’t know this first hand, but I do.) The price drug users pay is this: Their self-esteem suffers because they didn’t create the fun they had—they thought the drugs did it for them. So they keep shrinking, the more they use, into greater paranoia and self-disgust. Soon they’re using the drug just to feel normal.
William Burroughs, a former drug addict and author of Naked Lunch, discovered something that was very interesting and bitterly amusing to him after finally recovering from his addictions.
“There isn’t any feeling you can get on drugs,” he said “that you can’t
get without drugs.”

Make a commitment to yourself to find the natural highs you need to stay motivated. Start by finding out what it does to your mood and energy to laugh, to sing, to dance, to walk, to run, to hug someone, or to get something done. Then support your experiments by telling yourself that you’re not
interested in doing anything that isn’t fun. If you can’t immediately see the fun in something, find a way to create it. Once you have made a task fun, you have solved the problem of self-motivation.

Learn to lose your cool

You can create a self that doesn’t care that much about what people think. You can motivate yourself by leaving the painful self-consciousness of high school behind. Because our tendency is to go so far in the timid, non-assertive direction, it might be a profitable over-correction to adopt these internal commands: Look bad. Take a risk. Lose face. Be yourself. Share yourself with someone. Open up. Be vulnerable. Be human. Leave your comfort zone. Get honest. Experience the fear. Do it anyway.

“Show me a guy who’s afraid to look bad,” said actor Rene Auberjonois,
“and I’ll show you a guy you can beat every time.” The first time I ever talked to my author and psychotherapist friend regarding my self-confidence, over the telephone, and he agreed to work with me on building my own self-confidence and personal growth. It wasn’t long into the phone conversation before he asked me about my voice. “I am very interested in your voice,” he said, with a tone of curiosity.
Hoping he might be ready to give me a compliment I asked her to explain.
“Well,” he said. “It’s so lifeless. A real monotone. I wonder why that is.”

Embarrassed, I had no explanation.   I was completely unaware and very surprised that it
seemed to her that I was coming across a voice like someone out of Night of the Living Dead.

The truth was that during that period in my life, I was living scared. Things weren’t going well for me financially, I had serious health problems in my family, and I had that mildly suicidal feeling that accompanies an increasing sense of powerlessness over one’s problems.

(I now think one way a lot of men hide their fears is by assuming a
macho kind of dull indifference. I know now that’s what I had done.
That a psychotherapist could hear it immediately in my voice was
unnerving, though.)

Trying to understand why I covered fear with indifference, I remembered that back in my high school the “cool” guys were always the least enthusiastic guys. They spoke in monotones, emulating their heroes. Shailendra was the coolest of all. He was so indifferent and unenthusiastic you couldn’t even understand
him when he spoke. One of the first homework assignments Devers my friend gave me was to
rent the video Gone with the Wind and study how fearlessly Clark Gable revealed his female side. This sounded weird to me. Gable a female? I knew Gable was always considered a true “man’s man” in all
those old movies, so I couldn’t understand what my friend was talking about, or how it would help me.
But when I watched the movie, it became strangely clear. Clark Gable allowed himself such a huge emotional range of expression, that I could actually identify scenes where he was revealing a distinctly female side to his character’s personality. Did it make him less manly? No. Curiously, it made him more real, and more compelling. From that time on, I lost my desire to hide behind an indifferent
monotonous person. I committed myself to get on the road to creating a
self that included

a wider range of expression, without a nervous preoccupation with coming off like a man’s man.
I also started noticing how much we seem to love vulnerability in others but don’t trust it in ourselves.
But we can learn to trust it! Just a little at first. Then we can build that vulnerability until we’re not
afraid to open up into an ever-widening spectrum of self-revelation. By
losing face, we connect to the real excitement of life. And what if I don’t always come off as an indifferent man’s man? Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.


Motivation is just, within you, do not find it outside you. Spend some time talking to yourself, give yourself the extra room to organize your thoughts. Never let the Past hinder your present and never be very concerned about the future. If you can shape your present, your future is well secured, and your past can only motivate you.


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Self Motivation

I Can Motivate Myself. I am The Creator Of My Own Self. How ? Part 2


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In this article as a series of “I can Motivate Myself. “I am the creator of my own self” In Part 2″, we will dwell on the next five ways to keep ourselves motivated.

Basanti Samant standing in front of a red brick wall

A story that speaks about “Behind every successful woman there are more women”

Her hair is worked hard upon – neatly oiled and plaited. Abundant wrinkles crisscross her face. She is wearing Hawai chappals and a khadi saree that falls slightly above her ankles. She looks ready for a day of work, but is here to take us across the Pinnath range to the Rudradhari waterfall – the source of the Kosi river in the Kumaon region.

 Basanti Samant, 60, or Basanti behen, as she is widely addressed, is a speaker at an event.

Some years ago, she led a movement – forming 200 groups, each with 15-20 women – in and around Kausani , to save the Kosi. By 2002, the river’s summer flow had dwindled to around 80 liters a second from 800 liters in 1992, and since then Samant and the women of Kausani have worked hard for its conservation.

Back in 2002, Samant inspired women to stop cutting live wood and start planting more native broadleaf trees such as the banj oak. The women pledged to use water judiciously and to put out and prevent forest fires. Samant ushered them into a sisterhood that conserves the environment, but over the years, the women have stayed together, deriving strength from each other for battles also fought within their homes.

But, at first, Samant had to fight her own battle.

“My life was like the mountain – difficult and uphill,” she says. When she was around 12 and had completed Class 5, Basanti was married. She moved to her husband’s home in the Tharkot village of Pithoragarh district. By the time she turned 15, her husband, a school teacher, died. “My mother-in-law would tell me that I ate him,” she says.

Soon, she packed her few clothes and returned home to Dinara, her village in Pithoragarh, to help her mother and aunts cut grass and collect cow dung. Samant’s father, who worked in the police department in Bihar, tried to get her re-admitted in school. “He wanted me to become a primary school teacher,” she says. But there was strong opposition at home. “If I ever read a book, my mother would taunt me, ‘Will you start working in an office now?’ I didn’t have the courage to oppose her.”

A few years later, Basanti heard about Lakshmi Ashram, a training center for young women in Kasauni, which started in 1946 by Catherine Heilman, a disciple of Mahatma Gandhi. Basanti sent a letter to the ashram asking for admission. “Radha Bhatt, the president, asked me to come,” she says. Her father dropped her at the ashram for a year-long sewing program in 1980.

Basanti extended her stay to fulfill her father’s dream of teaching in Lakshmi Ashram’s balwadis. She also filled out forms to resume schooling. “I graduated high school [Class 10, through a distance learning course] at the age of 31. My brother distributed sweets all over the village,” she says, beaming at something that happened 30 years ago as if it happened yesterday.

Over time, Basanti started working full-time in the ashram, where she still lives. Her work included helping to form balwadis and women’s self-help groups (SHGs) – to teach sewing, handicrafts, and other income-related skills – across Uttarakhand. But she longed to go back to Kausani. “I wondered what I am doing in a big city [she was stationed in Dehradun] when I should be with women in the villages,” she says.

She returned to Kausani in 2002 – where the situation was dire. Villagers were cutting trees, unaware of the consequences – each family thinking that their limited use of wood for fuel and agriculture wasn’t amounting to much – and the Kosi was drying up. In 2003, Samant read an article in Amar Ujala saying that the Kosi will die in 10 years if deforestation and forest fires were not controlled – and she propelled into action.

The village women would leave before sunrise to bring wood. They would eat a meager lunch of roti, salt, and some rice, and go off to work in the farms. Samant says that often, “previously collected wood would be lying idle, infested with termites” but the women had to fetch more. If they sat at home, “they would get an earful from their husband and in-laws.” The inadequate food and strenuous work meant that the women were spending hard-earned money on medicines with “little or no time to look after their children’s education.”

For Samant, therefore, the objective of forming a self-help group became more than environmental conservation. But the women wouldn’t talk to her – largely because the men in their families were opposed to them being involved in any ‘activism’.

One day, Samant saw a group of women near the bus stand in Kausani. Nervously, she approached them. The district magistrate had announced that the Kosi’s water should only be used for drinking, but the women needed it for farming too. The government had not yet constructed canals or check dams in the village. The only approach then was to ensure that the Kosi continued to thrive.

Samant showed them the newspaper cutting and explained the need to plant and save the broadleaf oak trees as opposed to the inhospitable pine planted by the British. She gave them the example of the landmark Chipko movement of the 1970s to conserve forests in the Garhwal region of Uttarakhand. She pleaded and cajoled with them to think about how they would water their fields 10 years later. She invoked the visual of a lifeless, waterless Kosi.  The conversation struck a chord. Around 2003, the women formed a committee, appointed a president, and the cutting of trees gradually stopped in the village. The men in Kausani too began to support the movement. The women still left their house early, but this time, to gather dry wood. The villagers entered into an agreement with the forest department – the department would recognize they had the first right over the wood, but neither the officials nor the villagers would cut trees. It sets a strong precedent and committees of women were formed in several nearby villages.

Even after this victory, challenges gushed out rapidly. For example, despite the government orders, around 2005, a local restaurant owner was siphoning off Kosi’s water. The women phoned Basanti behen. She told them to not let the tanker pass. By then, the movement had become strong and visible, and so when the women sat down in protest, the owner relented and agreed to pay a fine of Rs. 1,000, which went into the SHG’s funds.


But it wasn’t just the villagers or the tourism industry at fault. A forest official was stealthily running a wood business and would often arrive with his workers to cut trees. One day, Samant and the women confronted him. She told him, “You’ve never planted a single sapling and you come here and steal our wood.” The women were united. They were numerous. They persisted for months. They demanded a written apology – he refused. They threatened to complain against him. The fear of losing his job finally made him stop.

Since then, the local groups have not just been forest watch guards, they’ve also tried to address many instances of alcoholism and abuse within the home by intervening or counseling the woman on how to handle the situation. While problems persist, 30-year-old Mamta Thapa, of one of the Kausani SHGs, says, “I’ve found a platform for discussion and possible remedies.”

In 2016, Samant was awarded the Nari Shakti Puraskar by the Ministry of Women and Child Development – she proudly received it from former President Pranab Mukherjee. She continues to fight to save the Kosi and is now also working on waste segregation and talking to hoteliers in and around Kausani about recycling their dry waste. But her biggest contribution, she says, is “ensuring that women are not silent –  neither in their local committees or the gram sabha, nor inside their homes.”


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The above story is a masterpiece of self-motivation.


Let’s start with the 5 effective way’s for self Motivation in Part 2 of this series

. 1.Simplify your life-

The great Green Bay Packer’s football coach Vince Lombardi was once asked why his world championship team, which had so many multi-talented players, ran such a simple set of plays. “It’s hard to be aggressive when you’re confused,” he said.

One of the benefits of creatively planning your life is that it allows you to simplify. You can weed out, delegate, and eliminate all activities that don’t contribute to your projected goals. Another effective way to simplify your life is to combine your tasks. Combining allows you to achieve two or more objectives at once.

For example, as I plan my day today, I notice that I need to shop for my family after work. That’s a task I can’t avoid because we’re running out of everything

I also note that one of my goals is to take my daughter to a dentist. I realize, too, that I’ve made the decision to spend more time doing things with all my kids, as I’ve tended lately to just come home and crash at the end of a long day. An aggressive orientation to the day—making each day simpler and stronger than the day before—allows you to look at all of these tasks and small goals and ask yourself, “What can I combine?” (Creativity is really little more than making unexpected combinations, in music, architecture, anything, including your day.)

After some thought, I realize that I can combine shopping with doing something with my children. (That looks obvious and easy, but I can’t count the times I mindlessly go shopping or do things on my own just to get them done, and then run out of time to play with the kids.) I also think a little further and remember that the grocery store where we shop is just near the dentist.   My wife loves to make lists and go up and down the grocery shop herself to fill the grocery cart, so I decided to take my daughter to the dentist while my wife will be busy collecting the groceries from the shop.

After an hour or so, three things have happened at once: 1) I’ve done something with my wife and kids; 2) I’ve honored the appointment with the dentist, and 3) the shopping has been completed.

In her book, Brain Building, Marilyn Vos Savant recommends something similar to simplify life. She advises that we make a list of absolutely every small task that has to be done, say, over the weekend, and then do them all at once, in one exciting focused action. A manic blitz. In other words, fuse all small tasks together and make it doing of the one task, so that the rest of the weekend is absolutely free to create as we wish.

Bob Koether, has the most simplified time management system I’ve ever seen in my life. His method is this: Do everything right on the spot—don’t put anything unnecessarily into your future. Do it now, so that the future is always wide open.

Take action immediately, do not postpone small things for the future.

For example-

Let’s take up an example- My wife wants me to book the household LPG gas cylinder, the Cylinder is about to be finished and any time it can take the form of an emergency.

Now, I can instantly take up my phone and call the LPG supplier and book my cylinder. By doing this I will be avoiding the creation of an emergency situation in my family.

Handle Everything Immediately.

It’s hard to stay motivated when you’re confused. When you simplify your life, it gathers focus. The more you can focus your life, the more motivated it gets.


2.Look for the lost gold-

When I am happy, I see happiness in others. When I am compassionate, I see compassion in other people. When I am full of energy and hope, I see opportunities all around me.
But when I am angry, I see other people as unnecessarily testy. When I am depressed, I notice that people’s eyes look sad. When I am weary, I see the world as boring and unattractive.

Who I am is what I see!

If I drive into a phoenix and complain, “What a crowded, smog-ridden mess this place is!” I am really expressing what a crowded, smog-ridden mess I am at that moment. If I had been feeling motivated that day, and full of hope and happiness, I could just as easily have said, while driving into Phoenix, “Wow, what a thriving, energetic metropolis this is!” Again, I would have been describing my inner landscape, not Phoenix’s. Our self-motivation suffers mostly from how we choose to see the
Circumstances in our lives. That’s because we don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.
In every circumstance, we can look for the gold, or look for the filth.
And what we look for, we find. The best starting point for self-motivation is in what we choose to look for in what we see around us. Do we see the opportunity everywhere? “When I open my eyes in the morning,” said Colin Wilson, “I am not confronted by the world, but by a million possible worlds.”
It is always our choice. Which world do we want to see today? Opportunity is life’s gold. It’s all you need to be happy. It’s the fertile field in which you grow as a person. And opportunities are like those subatomic quantum particles that come into existence only when they are seen by an observer. Your opportunities will multiply when you choose to see them.


3.Pushing all your own buttons-


Have you ever peeked into the cockpit of a large airliner as you boarded a plane? It’s an impressive display of buttons, levers, dials, and switches under one big windshield.

Think of a situation as you were boarding, you overheard the pilot say to the
co-pilot, “Hay, remind me, what does this set of buttons do?”

As you hear that, it would make it a rough flight for you. But most of us pilot our own lives that way, without much knowledge of the instruments. We don’t take the time to learn where our own buttons are, or what they can do.
From now on, make it a personal commitment to notice everything that pushes your buttons. Make a note of everything that inspires you. That’s your control panel. Those buttons operate your whole system of personal motivation.

Motivation doesn’t have to be accidental. For example, you don’t have to wait for hours until a certain song comes on the radio that picks up your spirits. You can control what songs you hear.
If there are certain songs that always lift you up, make a tape or CD of those songs and have it ready to play in your car. Go through all of your music and create a “greatest motivational hits” tape for yourself.
Use the movies, too.

How many times do you leave a movie feeling inspired and ready to take on the world? Whenever that happens, put the name of the movie in a special notebook that you might label “the right buttons.” Six months to a year later, you can rent the movie and get the same inspired feeling. Most movies that inspire us are even better the second time around.

You have much more control over your environment than you realize. You can begin programming yourself consciously to be more and more focused and motivated. Get to know your control panel and learn how to push your own buttons. The more you know about how you operate, the easier it will be to motivate yourself.


4.Build a track record

It’s not what we do that makes us tired—it’s what we don’t do. The tasks we don’t complete cause the most fatigue. A motivational speaker was speaking in a seminar to a utility company recently, and during one of the breaks a small man who looked to be in his 60s came up to him. My problem,” he said, “is that I never seem to finish anything. I’m always starting things—this project and that, but I never finish. I’m always off on to something else before anything is completed.”

He then asked whether he could give him some affirmations that might alter his belief system. He correctly saw the problem as being one of belief. Because he did not believe he was a good finisher, he did not finish anything. So he wanted a magic word or phrase to repeat to himself that would brainwash him into being different.
“Do you think affirmations are what you need?” The motivational speaker asked him. “If you had to learn how to use a computer, could you do it by sitting on your bed and repeating the affirmations, ‘I know how to use a computer. I am great at using computers. I am a wizard on a computer’?”
He admitted that affirmations would probably have no effect on his ability to use a computer.
“The best way to change your belief system is to change the truth about you,” He said. “We believe the truth faster than we believe false affirmations. To believe that you are a good finisher, you must begin by building a track record of finished tasks.”
He followed the speaker’s suggestions with great enthusiasm. He bought a notebook and at the top of the first page he wrote, “Things I have finished.” Each day, he made a point of setting small goals and finishing them. Whereas in the past, he would be sweeping his front walk and leave it unfinished when the phone rang, now he’d let the phone ring so he could finish the job and record it in his notebook. The more things he wrote down, the more confident he became that he was truly becoming a finisher. And he had a notebook to prove it.

Consider how much more permanent his new belief was than if he had tried to do it with affirmations. He could have whispered to himself all night long, “I am a great finisher,” but the right side of his brain would have known better. It would have said to him, “No you’re not.” Stop worrying about what you think of yourself and start building a track record that proves that you can motivate yourself to do whatever you want to do.


5.Welcome the unexpected-

Everybody is creative in his own way. Most people say, “My sister is creative, she paints,” or “My father is creative, he sings and writes music.” We miss the point that we are all creative.

One of the reasons we don’t see ourselves that way is that we normally associate being “creative” with being “original.” But in reality, creativity has nothing to do with originality—it has everything to do with being unexpected. You don’t have to be original to be creative. In fact, it sometimes helps to realize that no one is original.

Even Mozart said that he never wrote an original melody in his life. His melodies were all recombinations of old folk melodies.

Look at all the successful singers, writers, leaders, and others who have shown their creativity in one way or the other. If you ask them and go through their lives, you will come to know that they all were motivated by someone, they all have taken the inspiration from someone and they have actually inculcated some habits and skills that have brought them to the point of success and we call them creative as they have done something unexpected.

If you believe you were created in the image of your Creator, then you must, therefore, be creative. Then, if you’re willing to see yourself as creative, you can begin to cultivate it in everything you do. You can start coming up with all kinds of unexpected solutions to the challenges that life throws at you.

So just welcome the unexpected, you will definitely be motivated to succeed.

So, this is the end of Part 2 in the series.

Stay tuned for more ways to keep yourself motivated.

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Motivate Yourself

I Can Motivate Myself. I am The Creator Of My Own Self. How ? Part 1

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Motivation is something that we keep searching for every moment from any external sources like other personalities, movies, Success stories, and many other sources.

Have we ever thought that we can Motivate ourselves?

How to Motivate ourselves?

After reading this article you will be able to think about 100 ways to motivate yourself.

Yes, You heard it write  You can Motivate Yourself.

This article will be published in a daily series of 5 ways of self-motivation and cover 100 ways to self-Motivation.

Let’s dwell on it.

When we leave this world, we will ask ourselves one question: What’s
Different? What’s different because I was here? And the answer to that question will be the difference that we made.
All of our thoughts and feelings won’t matter anymore when we are in our deathbeds asking that question. What will matter is the action we took and the difference that it made.

Yet we continue to obsess about our thoughts and become fascinated with our feelings. We are offended by other people. We want to prove we are right. We make other people wrong. We are disappointed in some people and resent others. It goes on and on and none of it will matter on that deathbed.

Action will be all that matters.

We could have made a difference every hour, every day if we had wanted to.
So how do we do that? How do we motivate ourselves to get into action? How do we live a life of action and difference-making?

You Have No Personality
Do you think that you have a fixed personality, It is just a myth. It is self-limiting and it denies us our power of continuous creation.
In our ongoing creation of who we are, nothing has a greater impact on that process than the choice we make between optimism and pessimism. There are no optimistic or pessimistic personalities; there are only single, individual choices for optimistic or pessimistic thoughts.

Charlie Chaplin once entered a “Charlie Chaplin Look-alike Contest” in
Monte Carlo and the judges awarded him third place!
Personality is overrated. Who we are is up to us every moment.
The choices we make for our thinking either motivate us or they do not.
And although clear visualization of a goal is a good first step, a joyfully motivated life demands more. To live the life you want to live, the action is required. As Shakespeare said, “Action is eloquence.” And as a psychologist and author Dr. Nathaniel Branden has written, “A goal without an action plan is a daydream.” Motion creates the self. In my experience as a Professional, Coach, consultant, and writer, I have accumulated many ways of thinking that lead directly to motivation.  I am always looking for ways of thinking that energize the mind and get us going again.

Series 1-

5 Effective Ways for Self Motivation

1. Get on your deathbed-

Deathbed” exercise.

Let’s imagine yourselves  lying on your own deathbed and
fully realize the feelings connected with dying and saying good-bye.
Then mentally invite the people in your life who were
important to you to visit your bedside, one at a time. As you visualize each
friend and relative coming in to visit you, you have to speak to them out
loud. you have to say to them what you wanted them to know as you are dying.
As you speak to each person, you would feel your voice breaking. Somehow you can’t help breaking down. Your eyes are filled with tears. You are experiencing such a sense of loss.

You just realized that “It was not my own life I was mourning; it was the love I was losing”.

To be more exact, it was a communication of love that had never been there.
During this difficult exercise, you really can see how much you left out of
your life. How many wonderful feelings you had about others, that you never explicitly expressed.

At the end of the exercise, You will be an emotional mess. You may even feel crying. But when these emotions will clear, some wonderful things will happen. Now you will know what was really important, and who really mattered to you.

“Death can be more exciting than life.”

This exercise will lead you to vow, not to leave anything to chance. You can make up
your mind never to leave anything unsaid. You will want to live as if you may
die at any moment. The entire experience will alter the way you related to
people ever since.

Remember we don’t have to wait until we’re actually near death to receive these
benefits of being mortal. We can create the experience anytime we

Many of us (including myself) keep pretending that our life’s game
will have no end. We keep planning to do great things someday when
we feel like it. We assign our goals and dreams to that imaginary island
in the sea that Denis Waitley calls “Someday Isle.” We find ourselves
saying, “Someday I’ll do this,” and “Someday I’ll do that.”
Confronting our own death doesn’t have to wait until we run out of life.
In fact, being able to vividly imagine our last hours on our deathbed
creates a paradoxical sensation: the feeling of being born all over
again—the first step to fearless self-motivation. “People living deeply,”
wrote poet and diarist Anaïs Nin, “have no fear of death.”
And as Bob Dylan has sung, “He who is not busy being born is busy

2. Stay hungry.

If You are hungry, You will ask for the food, If you can’t get the food, you will try different ways, in some situations when there is no choice you may be compelled to beg for food. As you are hungry for food you will not be able to concentrate on anything else other than the food to satisfy your hunger. You will try different ways to reach your desired food, you will ask for help, you will be desperate about the food, and finally, your efforts will win and you will get your food. your efforts will not stop unless you satisfy your hunger.


Now imagine you are not hungry and you have a lot of free time, and you entered a restaurant, will you go and try to get the food? No, certainly not, you will keep your hands folded and wait for the waiter to come to you and ask for the order.

Means, we continue to do efforts when we are hungry for something.

Thus being hungry for something is one of the most important factors that keep you motivated.

Example For some personalities who proved that Staying hungry was the reason for their success and motivation.


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“Disability is just a state of mind” It can do no harm to one’s abilities.

The above statement is proved true by the Indian Film and Television Actress Sudha Chandram.

Today this Indian actress and classical dancer need no introduction. Her hunger for Dance and acting made her what she is today.

Sudha Chandran was born in Mumbai on 27th September 1965 and her family ground from Kerala, her father K.D.Chandran worked at USIS and is a former actor. Sudha Chandran earned her B.A. from Mithibai College, Mumbai and later on, she did an M.A. in Economics.

She met with an accident when she was just 16.

Doctors missed a small wound in her ankle and plastered it, which later got infected and there was no alternative left but to cut her leg.

Sudha Chandran says that this period was the toughest time of her life.

She overcame her disability by getting a prosthetic “Jaipur Foot” and became one of the most popular and acclaimed classical dancers of the country. She returned to dancing after a gap of two years and performed in India, Saudi Arabia, USA, UK, Canada, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Yemen, and Oman. Her biography is part of the curriculum for school children in the age group of 8-11.


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Yuvraj Walmiki-The Hockey Man, who was rejected 13 times.

Yes, you heard it right, this man was rejected 13 times by the Indian journeyer Hockey Camp, anyone can start looking for other options in life if he/she is rejected more than 3 times.

It is just a normal statistics, but, he who has confidence in his abilities and strong burning desire in the heart, turns every rejection into a learning experience and keeps on adding to his experience.

Yuvraj Walmiki is one live example of such a determined player, whose commitment towards his game is far above any rejection or selection.

He was born on 29 November 1989. He is the only Indian player to have played German Hockey League for 8 years continuously. Also, he is the first hockey player to have participated in (Fear Factor) Khatron Ke Khiladi season 7. He is the brand ambassador of DGS (NGO).

Despite playing both at the club level and regional level, self-motivated Yuvraj was faced with, what he calls, the ‘most discouraging situation’ of his career to date.

He says,

“Even after being selected for the Junior World Cup team, I was not allowed to play at the last moment.”

With just two days to go, for the tournament, he was informed that he had been removed from the team, and the reason given was that he did not have much international experience.

Yuvraj recalls: “I told them that until and unless you give me international experience, how do I get it? That was the most hurting incident in my life since I started playing.”

For the next four months, he stopped playing. But he moved on. And as we look today, he just created history.

Let’s Look into his hockey journey-

He represented India in the year 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup in The Hague (Netherlands ).

He played Pre World cup in The Hague (the Netherlands)

He played the Netherlands test series in Amsterdam in the year 2013 and won Gold Medal

He was the part of Champions Trophy in the year 2012 in Australia (Melbourne). The team entered semi-finals after 30 years.

He won the bronze Medal at Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in the year 2012, in Malaysia

He woned Gold Medal in the Olympic Qualifies in the year 2012, Delhi

He owned Gold Medal at the South Africa test series in Delhi in the year 2012

he owned silver Medal in Tri-Series (India, Australia, and Pakistan) in Australia in the year 2011

He participated in Lanco super series in Australia in the year 2011

He owned Silver Medal in Champions challenge in South Africa in the year 2011

He owned Gold Medal at Asian Champions Trophy in China in the year 2011

He Owned Silver Medal by representing India in the South Asian Games in the year 2010 in Dhaka

He played for the Delhi Waveriders for the last 3 years. Won a Silver Medal in season 1, Gold Medal in Season 2, and Bronze in Season 3.

He became the first Indian Brand Ambassador for the Australian brand Ritual

He is the Brand Ambassador for Do Good Sports (NGO) in Mumbai

He is the only Indian player to play in German Hockey League for 4 years continuously

He is the highest Goalscorer in German League for 2 years – 2010 and 2011

He is the best Player in Mumbai Hockey League from the year 2004 to 2007.

All the above achievements would have not been a reality if Yuvraj Walmiki would have given up even after his 13th rejection. He was motivated even after this because of his hunger for hockey.

So, the message is clear that we must keep chasing our dreams, we must keep our hunger alive in search of that one day which will start our journey towards success.

A major part of living a life of self-motivation is having something to
wake up for in the morning—something that you are “up to” in life so
that you will stay hungry.
The vision can be created right now—better now than later. You can
always change it if you want, but don’t live a moment longer without
one. Watch what being hungry to live that vision does to your ability to
motivate yourself.


3. Tell yourself a true lie.

I remember when I saw a young girl who participated
in a school poetry reading in which all her classmates had to write a “lie
the poem” about how great they were.
They were supposed to make up untruths about themselves that made
them sound unbelievably wonderful. I realized as I listened to the poems
that the children were reciting an unintended version of what they intended to be in the future.

By “lying” to themselves they were creating a vision of who they wanted to be.
It’s noteworthy, too, that public schools are so out of touch with the
motivational sources of individual achievement and personal success
that in order to invite children to express big visions for themselves they
have to invite the children to “lie.”

Most of us are unable to see the truth of who we could be. The young girl’s school developed an unintended solution to that difficulty.

If it’s hard for you to imagine the potential in yourself, then you might
want to begin by expressing it as a fantasy, as did the children who
wrote the poems. Think up some stories about who you would like to
be. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know you’re fantasizing.

Soon you will begin to create the necessary blueprint for stretching your
accomplishments. Without a picture of your highest self, you can’t live
into that self. Fake it till you make it. The lie will become the truth one day.



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4. Always Keep your eyes on the prize.

Most of us never really focus. We constantly feel a kind of irritating
psychic chaos because we keep trying to think of too many things at
Most of us tend to lose our focus in life because we’re perpetually worried about so
many negative possibilities. Rather than focusing on the end goal,
we worry about all the ramifications of falling. Rather than focusing on
our goals, we are distracted by our worries and fears.
But when you focus on what you want, it will come into your life.
When you focus on being a happy and motivated person, that is who you will be.


One day the A coach wanted to show his students a new technique of shooting an arrow. He told his students to cover his eyes with a cloth and then he shot his arrow. When he opened his eyes, he saw the target with no arrow in it and when he looked at his students, they looked embarrassed because their teacher had missed.

The Coach asked them, “What lesson do you think I intend to teach you all today?” They answered, “We thought you would show us how to shoot at the target without looking.” The Coach said, “No, I taught you that if you want to be successful in life, don’t forget the target. You have to keep an eye on the target, otherwise, you may miss a good opportunity in life.” They looked at each other, impressed with the lesson.

The moral of the story is we need to consistently focus on what we want and we need to realize that :

  • What thoughts we focus on we FEEL, therefore our thoughts have a direct effect on our emotions
  • What we focus on and feel we attract in our lives. Our destiny is consistently shaped by our thoughts.


5. Learn to sweat in peace-

The harder you are on yourself, the easier life is on you. Or, as they say
in the Navy Seals, the more you sweat in peacetime, the less you bleed
in war

There is a very famous quote by Bill gates,

“Amateurs Practice Until They Get It Right; Professionals Practice Until They Can’t Get It Wrong.”

So, You need to practice even when you are not actually facing the problem because if you keep practicing, you will be motivated and you will be charged to take up the responsibilities at any time.

This practice is well followed in defense, where soldiers have to practice every day, irrespective of whether they have to face war or not.

Even those students come out with flying colors, who practice throughout the year and not just during the examination.

According to Bill Gates,

The key to success in any field is, to a large extent, a matter of practicing a specific task for a total of around 10,000 hours.

If you dream to become a Future leader, you need to start practicing leadership skills and qualities while you’re still an amateur… at some points in time, some people will laugh at you, even your close friends will find you weird. But at a certain point, you’ll get your shot and guess what? you’ve practiced all your life for it and you’ll be more than ready!


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How Mindset Can help you Win The Game of Thrones

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The Mindset Master Piece

One of the most famous story about mindset is the story of some elephants tied to small and weak ropes.

It is obvious that the elephants can, at anytime, break away from the ropes they are tied to but for some reason, they do not.

The question is why these beautiful, magnificent elephants just stand there and make no attempt to get away?

The Answer is– when the elephants were very young and much smaller we used the same size rope to tie them and at the age, it was enough to hold them, as they grew up, they were conditioned to believe they cannot break away. they believed the rope could still hold them, so they never tried to break free.” Now, as they do not try ,so they are stuck right where they were. This powerful and gigantic creature has limited its present abilities by the limitations of its past.

Like the elephants, how many of us go through life holding onto a belief that we cannot do something, simply because we failed at it once before? how many of us refuse to attempt something new and challenging because of our so called MINDSET.

your attempt may fail, but never fail to make an attempt…………

Now the Question is How can we Change our Mindset?

A study made by a Teacher on some At-Risk Students- (Published in

The Teacher made the students identify the most destructive limiting beliefs they had.  For example, many believed themselves to be unintelligent and lacking in the ability to succeed in school.  The teacher asked these students to write down these limiting beliefs, such as, “I am not good in spoken English.”

She then asked the students to write down a statement that represented how they wanted to feel, typically the exact opposite of the limiting belief statement.  So the counter statement for the above might be, “I am a great English speaker and I am getting better every day.”

For 8 weeks, these students were asked to identify times when their limiting beliefs were present.  When the limiting beliefs activated in their minds, they would pretend the left side of their heads had an ‘OFF’ button that would turn off the negative or limiting thoughts.  They would first gently press their left temples to turn the negative thoughts off, then press their right temples to turn on the new positive message.

Each week, the students would meet and discuss their progress.  The teacher began to see trans-formative improvements, not just in academic areas, but also with overall attitude, behavior and attendance.  The goal was to Change their mindset, which meant changing how they viewed themselves, their environment and the world.

When the process was complete, these students started making better decisions and taking more purposeful actions in the present. 

Steps To develop Your Mindset

Step 1 – Define the single most destructive limiting belief (excuse, resentment, fear or self-criticism) you have.

Step 2 – On a sheet of paper, write down the limiting belief.  For example, “I am bad at speaking in English.”

Step 3 – Write down the new positive mindset you would like to have.  For example, “I am good at English Speaking and getting better every day.”

Step 4 – Identify the circumstances that typically bring the negative thinking to the forefront.  For example, “Before you start to speak in English , when participating in group discussions or when talking with friends.”

Step 5 – When the negative thought or emotion arises:

  • Imagine your left temple is the ‘OFF’ button for the old version of you. Gently press the button to turn off the negative thought.
  • Imagine your right temple is the ‘ON’ button for the new and improved version you. Gently press that button and start saying the new positive in your mind (I am good at English speaking and getting better every day).

Step 6 – Each day, go back to your sheet of paper and write your activity for the day. 

Step 7 – Execute this process for 8 weeks (or until the new thinking doesn’t feel like such a conscious effort).  You will be ready with your new Mindset.

In simple terms, the essential moment in personal change is the moment when the impulse toward negative thinking actually arrives in our minds.

If we can understand that this impulse is a negative impulse and make conscious efforts to immediately replace it with a new, positive one, we can definitely change the course of events.

we generally set goals all day long and say our daily affirmations, but until we actually think and act differently in a positive way, real change can not take place.

The most important part of this process is that, if we are able to change our thoughts and actions in these critical moments, we systematically weaken the impulses.  Sometimes, the limiting belief is dissolved just the first time this takes place;but in many circumstances we may require more time and effort.

However, if we do this consistently, we can make this thought-replacement permanent.

By replacing these negative impulses with impulses containing the language of positivity, hope, high expectations and happiness, we can create a mindset change that improves the course of our lives forever.

As Einstein said, “we cannot solve the issues we face at the same level of thinking that created them”.

To change the results we’re getting, we must start to systematically change the way we think, and make our lives the result of our very best thinking.

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Strategies to overcome Thrones by changing your mindset, so you can break through and achieve your biggest goals in life

  1. Choose Goals that matters to You and Maintain the Commitments.
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Commitment is all it Takes

We only fail, if we stop trying, and we certainly touch success if we continue to move forward. For this reason, it is vital to set goals that matter deeply to you, and to stay focused on the benefits of achieving your goal and the dangers of coming up short, e.g. health issues related to remaining overweight.

If you want to start waking up early before sunrise, You have to make a commitment to yourself and keep trying everyday with a positive mindset, give yourself some incentives for accomplishing the goal, you may not be successful on the first day, but keep trying and never give up. Once you succeed work towards making this as your habit and fit it to your unconscious mind.

2) Be Motivated by Staying Focused on the Positives

Attitude is everything, and everything is most certainly about attitude. We all know that even the most capable people fail when surrounded by negative expectations, and we’ve all seen success brought down by those who can remain positive and continue to believe.

Find inspirational messages you can repeat in the morning, mantras you can tell yourself when times get difficult, and friends who’ll help keep you motivated and enthusiastic in your times of greatest need. Sometimes the key to overcoming challenges can be as simple as sending your brain the right message to keep your thoughts focused and optimistic.

3) Keep an eye on your energy level ,always feel, and be energetic

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Key To Positivity

Energy Level is the first key to remain in a positive state of mind,

The days when you do not eat poorly or didn’t get enough sleep the previous night are when you are most likely to feel giving up in the face of setbacks and obstacles.

Keep an eye, of how you’re feeling all the time, and be ready to do something about it. Know the foods that weaken you and the types of situations and people that drain your energy. Treat the energy you have as a precious commodity so that it will be there for you in your times of greatest need

4) Use Imaginations to Tackle Problems

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Use Imagination

Think of the person who proposed to send Man on moon, The first step that would have taken was to imaging to be on moon. Any creativity starts with immagination.

Nothing is more amazing about humans than our incredible creative abilities. When we have the confidence and courage to be imaginative, no obstacle is insurmountable. Likewise, if we ignore this incredible faculty, even the smallest roadblocks will stop us in our tracks.

5. Extend Yourself towards More Self-compassion

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Self Compassion Works

Have you ever noticed how hard we are on ourselves? We’ll give others a break, but never offer ourselves the benefit of the doubt.

When challenges arise and failure feels close, treat yourself as you would treat a child or a close friend: speak to yourself with the compassion and guidance that you’d extend to someone you truly love. Being there for yourself will help you find the inner peace and resolve to push forward in the face of adversity and disappointment.

6. Stop Comparing Your Situation to Anyone Else’s

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Just Change the perspective

Comparing ourselves to others can be just devastating when it comes to making progress. For example, looking at our bodies and comparing them to athletes or models is just useless. And yet, millions of people do it, and many give up when they can’t live up to the impossible standard.

The problem with such comparisons is that we see insurmountable gaps in where we are and where we want to be. That’s what makes it so easy to resign, give up, and settle for the way things are.

Everything we do that improves who we are benefits us forever. We don’t have to look like supermodels, but every ounce of greater health we achieve allows for increased happiness and success in our lives.

So, Stop Comparing and be yourself, be your own competitor and keep improving and breaking your own records.

7) Track Your Progress and Gain Momentum

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Keep Going ,Measure Your Progress

When we measure our Progress, we are motivated to improve more and achieve more. Tracking our debt or personal income, for instance. Others can be to track, like successfully holding our tempers or being more present with loved ones.

It is extremely important to measure progress for two reasons. The first is because knowing we’re keeping track will help us stay vigilant and focused on the target (I also recommend checking progress regularly to see how you’re doing).

It’s also important because of the human need to quantify results. Nothing is more motivating to continue, particularly with something difficult, than seeing the positive results of your efforts.

If you can’t measure things exactly , try journalising to track how your day went, how you felt, and any progress you felt you made, as well as any obstacles or setbacks you encountered – especially if you overcame them! Few things are more rewarding than consciously recognizing personal growth, so it’s well worth the time.

we can even use failures or setbacks as motivation to move forward with renewed energy and focus. This is because failures sometimes create guilt, but guilt can actually be a healthy emotion because it creates the desire to take action in a positive direction. Use this motivation to propel yourself back into the process and keep moving through whatever challenges come your way.

You can learn how to overcome obstacles by changing your mindset, and really just need to understand one key principle:

We only fail when we stop trying.

This single subtle change in your mindset will foster the constant growth we all aspire to in life!


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Keep your Mindset Positive and Be on goal.

Stey Tuned……..


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Success Story-22

Helen Keller
Helen Keller

Helen Keller-(June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968)– The first Deaf and Blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Helen Keller is a master piece example of trust and determination,She is the lady who accomplished unbelievable success despite of being Deaf and Blind.She overcomes all Physical limitations by her efforts ,and with the help of her teacher Anne Sullivan

The story of Keller and her teacher, Anne Sullivan is clearly explained in her autobiography, “The Story of my life”, It is also depicted in a film named The Miracal Worker.

Her birthplace is now Converted into a museum that sponsors an annual “Helen Keller Day”. 27th june is observed as Helen Keller Day in Pennsylvania and, the centenary year of her birth, was recognized by a presidential proclamation from US President Jimmy Carter.

Today, Helen Keller is not just a character who existed at some time,but,she is a masterpiece of motivation.Her story is a must know for every one ,especially ,the growing children who are lost in in this materialistic world in-spite of having all the comforts and support.

Helen Keller family lived on a homestead, Ivy Green, built by Helen’s grandfather . She had four siblings: two full siblings, Mildred Campbell (Keller) Tyson and Phillip Brooks Keller, and two older half-brothers from her father’s prior marriage, James McDonald Keller and William Simpson Keller.

Her father, Arthur Henley Keller was an editor of the Tuscumbia North Alabamian and had served as a captain in the Army.  Her mother, Catherine Everett (Adams) Keller , known as “Kate”, was the daughter of  a Confederate general.

When Keller was just 19 years old she suffered from an unknown illness described by doctors as “an acute congestion of the stomach and the brain”, which might have been fever or meningitis. The illness left her both deaf and blind. She lived, as she recalled in her autobiography, “At sea in a dense fog”.

At that time, Keller was able to communicate somewhat with Martha Washington, the two-years older daughter of the family cook, who understood her signs; by the age of seven, Keller had more than 60 home signs to communicate with her family, and could distinguish people by the vibration of their footsteps.

In 1886, Keller’s mother, sent the young Keller, to seek out physician J. Julian Chisolm, an eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist for advice with her father.

Chisholm referred the Kellers to Alexander Graham bell, who was working with deaf children at the time. Bell advised them to contact the Perkins Institute for the blind, the school where Bridgman had been educated.Michael Anagnos, the school’s director, asked a 20-year-old alumna of the school, Anne Sullivan, herself visually impaired, to become Keller’s instructor. It was the beginning of a nearly 50-year-long relationship during which Sullivan evolved into Keller’s governess who later became her best companion.

Sullivan arrived at Keller’s house on March 5, 1887, a day Keller would forever remember . Sullivan immediately began to teach Helen to communicate by spelling words into her hand, beginning with “d-o-l-l” for the doll that she had brought Keller as a present. Keller was frustrated, at first, because she did not understand that every object had a word uniquely identifying it. In fact, when Sullivan was trying to teach Keller the word for “mug”, Keller became so frustrated she broke the mug. But soon she began imitating Sullivan’s hand gestures. “I did not know that I was spelling a word or even that words existed,” Keller remembered. “I was simply making my fingers go in monkey-like imitation.”

Keller’s breakthrough in communication came the next month when she realized that the motions her teacher was making on the palm of her hand, while running cool water over her other hand, symbolized the idea of “water”. Writing in her autobiography, The Story of My Life, Keller recalled the moment: “I stood still, my whole attention fixed upon the motions of her fingers. Suddenly I felt a type of consciousness as of something forgotten — a thrill of returning thought; and somehow the mystery of language was revealed to me. I knew then that w-a-t-e-r meant the wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand. The living word awakened my soul, gave it light, hope, set it free!” Keller then nearly exhausted Sullivan, demanding the names of all the other familiar objects in her world.

Helen Keller was viewed as isolated but was very in touch with the outside world. She was able to enjoy music by feeling the beat and she was able to have a strong connection with animals through touch. She was delayed at picking up language, but that did not stop her from having a voice.

In May 1888, Keller started attending the Perkins Institute for the Blind. In 1894, Keller and Sullivan moved to New York to attend the Wright School of Deaf, and to learn from Sarh fuller . In 1896, they returned to Massachusetts, and Keller entered The Cambridge School For Young Ladies, before gaining admittance, in 1900, to Radcliff College of Harvard University . In 1904, at the age of 24, Keller graduated as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from Radcliffe, becoming the first deaf-blind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Determined to communicate with others as conventionally as possible, Keller learned to speak and spent much of her life giving speeches and lectures on aspects of her life. She learned to “hear” people’s speech by reading their lips with her hands—her sense of touch had heightened. She became proficient at using braille as well. Shortly before World War I, with some assistance she determined that by placing her fingertips on a resonant tabletop she could experience music played close by.

Sullivan stayed as a companion to Helen Keller long after she taught her. Sullivan married John Macy in 1905, and her health started failing around 1914. Polly Thomson was hired to keep house. She was a young woman from Scotland who had no experience with deaf or blind people. She progressed to working as a secretary as well, and eventually became a constant companion to Keller.

Anne Sullivan died in 1936, with Keller holding her hand, after falling into a coma, Keller and Thomson moved  ahead,traveled worldwide and raised funds for the blind. Thomson had a stroke in 1957 from which she never fully recovered, and died in 1960. Winnie Corbally, a nurse originally hired to care for Thomson in 1957, stayed on after Thomson’s death and was Keller’s companion for the rest of her life.

This is the story of a Teacher and her student,both of them were physically challenged,but they become their best companions .Their relationship is a matter of trust,faith and determination to hold on with life and never give up.

This story also teaches us that if we try,we can overcome any difficulty or situation of life.Life is a journey guided by our own thoughts and aspirations.

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Success Story-20

Sudha Chandran-The Story Of a differently abled actress

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Sudha Chandran

“Disability is just a state of mind” It can do no harm to one’s abilities.

The above statement is proved true by the Indian Film and television Actress Sudha Chandram.

Today this Indian actress and classical dancer needs no introduction.

Sudha Chandran was born in Mumbai on 27th September 1965 and her family ground from Kerala, her father K.D.Chandran, worked at USIS and is a former actor. Sudha Chandran earned her B.A. from Mithibai College, Mumbai and later on she did an M.A. in Economics.

She met with an accident when she was just 16.

Doctors missed a small wound in her ankle and plastered it, which later got infected and there was no alternative left but to cut her leg.

Sudha Chandran says that this period was the toughest time of her life.

She overcame her disability by getting a prosthetic “Jaipur Foot” and became one of the most popular and acclaimed classical dancers of the country. She returned to dancing after a gap of two years and performed in India, Saudi Arabia, USA, UK, Canada, UAE, Quatar, Kuwait, Bahrain , Yemen and Oman . Her biography is part of curriculum for school children in the age group of 8-11.

Arabia, USA, UK, Canada, UAE, Quatar, Kuwait, Bahrain , Yemen and Oman . Her biography is part of curriculum for school children in the age group of 8-11.

Having performed Bharatnatyam internationally, Chandran has also been a known figure in the Indian television and film industry. Having received many awards for her amazing talent, Sudha Chandran is an inspiration to many!

She started her career with a Telgu film Mayuri, which was based on her own life. The film was later dubbed in Tamil and Malayalam. It was also remade in Hindi as Naach Mayuri, where Chandran again played herself and costarred with Shekhar suman, Aruna Irani and Dina Pathak. She was awarded the 1986 Special Jury Award at the National Film Awards for her performance in Mayuri.

Chandran’s notable shows on television include Kaahin Kissii Roz and K Street Pali Hill. She was a contestant of the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhla Ja 2 in 2007. She appears as yamini in the 2015 TV serial Naagin.

She is accredited with more then 56 Films, 62 Telivision serials and as judge in more then 15 reality shows.

She has also bagged 7 Awards in her carrier.

Life history of Sudha Chandra clearly depicts that disability is not related to our body parts ,but it is just a mental game.There are numerous examples in history where differently abled people have shown that their limitation for a particular job cannot stop them from being successful.

Impossible is just “I m possible” for a determined ,strong willed and unbeatable personality.

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Success Story-19

Yuvraj Walmiki
Yuvraj Walmiki-The hockey Man

Yuvraj Walmiki-The Hockey Man ,who was rejected 13 times.

Yes, you heard it right,this man was rejected 13 times by the Indian journeyer Hockey Camp ,any one can start looking other options in life if he/she is rejected more then 3 times.

It is just a normal statistics, but,he who have confidence in his abilities and strong burning desire in the heart, turns every rejection into a learning experience and keeps on adding to his experience.

Yuvraj Walmiki is one live example of such a determined player,whose commitment towards his game is far above any rejection or selection.

He was born 29 November 1989 .He is the only Indian Player to have played German Hockey League for 8 years continuously. Also he is the first hockey player to have participated in (Fear Factor) Khatron Ke Khiladi season 7. He is the brand ambassador of DGS (NGO).

Despite playing both at the club level and regional level, self-motivated Yuvraj was faced with, what he calls, the ‘most discouraging situation’ of his career till date.

He says,

“Even after being selected for the Junior World Cup team, I was not allowed to play at the last moment.”

With just two days to go, for the tournament, he was informed that he had been removed from the team, and the reason given was that he did not have much international experience.

Yuvraj recalls: “I told them that until and unless you give me international experience, how do I get it? That was the most hurting incident in my life since I started playing.”

For the next four months, he stopped playing. But he moved on. And as we look today , he just created history.

Let’s Look into his hockey journey-

 He represented India in the year 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup in The Hague (Netherlands ).

He played Pre World cup in The Hague (the Netherlands)

He played the Netherlands test series in Amsterdam in the year 2013 and won Gold Medal

He was the part of Champions Trophy in the year 2012 in Australia (Melbourne). Team entered semi finals after 30 years.

He won bronze Medal at Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in the year 2012, Malaysia

He woned Gold Medal in the Olympic Qualifies in the year 2012, Delhi

He owned Gold Medal at the South Africa test series in Delhi in the year 2012

he owned silver Medal in Tri-Series (India, Australia and Pakistan) in Australia in the year 2011

He participated in Lanco super series in Australia in the year 2011

He owned Silver Medal in Champions challenge in South Africa in the year 2011

He owned Gold Medal at Asian Champions Trophy in China in the year 2011

He Owned Silver Medal by representing India in the South Asian Games in the year 2010 in Dhaka

He Played for the Delhi Waveriders for the last 3 years. Won a Silver Medal in season 1, Gold Medal in Season 2 and Bronze in Season 3.

He became the first Indian Brand Ambassador for the Australian brand Ritual

He is the Brand Ambassador for Do Good Sports (NGO) in Mumbai

He is the only Indian Player to play in German Hockey League for 4 years continuously

He is the highest Goal scorer in German League for 2 years – 2010 and 2011

He is the best Player in Mumbai Hockey League from the year 2004 to 2007.

All the above achievements would have not been a reality if Yuraj Walmiki would have given up even after his 13th rejection.

So, the message is clear that we must keep chasing our dreams in search of that one day which will start our journey towards success.

Perseverance is the key to Success

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Success Story-18

Kalki Subramaniam

Kalki Subramaniam ,a transgender’s success story.

Success is a journey and it is not meant for any specific cast,cred or gender.It is all about just changing dreams without thinking about who I am and just, about the difference I can make it to the society.

Presenting a masterpiece story , a successful journey of a transgender Kalki Subramaniam, an artist, actress, writer, inspirational speaker and entrepreneur from Tamil Nadu.

 Born in Pollachi, a town in Tamil Nadu into a working-class family, Kalki was an academically bright student and topper in her class. Kalki is credited with two master’s degrees: Masters in Journalism Mass Communication and Masters in International Relations. During her postgraduate studies, she started publishing a monthly magazine in Tamil for transgender women called Sahodari , meaning sister. This is the first Tamil magazine published for transgender people in India.

It was the year 2005, when Kalki started campaigning for transgender rights in India. She is known for her innovative activism using technology, art, films, and literature as tools to voice for transgender empowerment. She was one of India’s well-known campaigners behind the Supreme Court of India’s judgment legalizing transgender identity.In 2009 when a popular matrimonial website rejected the matrimonial listing of a transgender woman, she took it as a challenge and launched India’s first matrimonial website for transgender people. The project was later closed due to lack of financial support. She has created more than 12 documentary films on LGBT rights and has also appeared in international documentary films. In 2010, she trained many underprivileged transgender women in community journalism and encouraged them to make short documentary films telling their own stories. When she lived in Auroville, she protested against encroachments of village lands by Auroville. In October 2019, Kalki organised the first LGBTOI pride march in Coimbatore city of Tamil Nadu.

In 2008, Kalki founded the Sahodari Foundation, an organization that speaks out for transgender people in India. In 2017, Subramaniam found the Transhearts art project, through which she has trained more than 200 transgender people in creating expressive artworks supporting their livelihood through workshops.

In 2011 kalki enters the Tamil Film industry,started with a lead role in Tamil Film,Narthagi,which focused around the lives of transgender people. She made a special appearance in the 2018 film Sarkar  which made her very popular.She is the first transgender woman in India to do a lead role in a motion picture. In 2019, Subramaniam acted in a lead role in a parallel Hindi feature film named Kalashnikov-The Lone Wolf which won the best film jury honours at the Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival.

Kalki’s has also shown an impact in artworks ,her art work is considered vibrant and colourful all over the world. She has been invited to USA, Canada, Netherlands, and Germany to speak on art and activism.In 2016, Subramaniam sold her paintings through a crowdfunding campaign and funded the education of underprivileged transgender women. Her art speaks without words, providing transgender victims of sexual and physical abuse a freedom to express their pain through art called the Red Wall Project, also known as the Shut Up! Show. Hundreds of transgender people have participated in the project across the different States of India and wrote their testimonials on a white paper with a red palm impression to show protest against sexual exploitation.In November 2019, Kalki paid a tribute art show to the late Bollywood actress Sridevi by exhibiting digital portraits of Sridevi. Sridevi has been her inspiration since childhood.

In 2015, Kalki’s collection of Tamil poems on transgender lives titled Kuri Aruthean was published . The collection consisted of 25 poems with line-drawings by Kalki. She has also written number of articles and essays in online and print publications. In 2018, three of her poems from the poetry collection Kuri Aruthean were translated in German language and published in an art journal. Six of her poems from the book were adopted into poetic short films titled Vadu (The Scar) directed by herself. She has also written many articles in Indian print and online publications on LGBT rights in India.

She is The recipient of achievers award from Coimbatore Lawyers Association.In 2014, she was chosen by Facebook as one of the 12 inspiring women of the world who used Facebook for community development. In 2016, she was nominated by NDTV For it’s women of worth Award under the arts category.

In February 2017, she was invited by Harvard Business School, Harvard University to speak on behalf of the sexual minorities, and represent the Indian transgender community. She received a standing ovation for her speech.  

The journey of Kalika Subramanyam is inspiring and motivating ,and it makes us to realize that we can make a difference in the society,if we have our will right,it does not matter how and where we are born,everyone is equal in the eyes of God,it is we ,who have created all the confusions in the society.


Success Story- 17

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Dhirajlal Hirachand Ambani

Presenting the story of a Legend who was born in a poor family but went on to become the founder of one of the most renowned companies called Reliance Industries .

He always believed in the words of Bill gates “If You are born poor it is not your mistake but if you die poor it’s your mistake.”

Dhiru Bhai Ambani was born on 28 December 1932 in a small village called Chorwad (Gujarat).

Dhurubhai Ambani was the son of Hirachand Gordhanbhai Ambani. His father was a teacher in a small village school. Dhirubhai Ambani got married with Kokila and had four children Mukesh Ambani, Anil Ambani, Nina Bhadrashyam Kothari, and Dipti Dattaraj Salgaocar. He was just 10th pass. After completing high school, he was doing a small job, on a salary of about 300 rupees per month.

At the age of 17, he went to yamen where his brother Ramniklal was working. In yamen, he was working at a petrol pump. He worked hard and got promoted as the filling manager at the company. He worked in yamen for a while, after a few years in 1958 he returned to India. Dhirubhai Ambani’s dream to become a businessman got its roots in Yamen.

In India Dhirubhai Ambani started to give wings to his entrepreneur dream,he first started a textile business with his cousin Champaklal. He named his business as “Majin” involved in export of goods like spices and ray to yaman and import of Polyster from Yaman. Dhirubhai started his first officen at the Narsinatha Street in Masjid Bunder in a small area of 350 sq feets, with a few things like 3 chairs, a table and a telephone.

At this time he used to live with his family in a 2 BHK flat. Dhirubhai Ambani’s way of doing business was very unique and different, he enjoyed taking risks and believed in building inventory to rise his income,this all was a result of his good marketing skills.

His cousin Champaklal was not convinced by the way Dhirubhai Ambani wanted to take his business ,So due to this difference in their openions, In 1956 Dhirubhai ended his partnership with Champaklal.

In the year 1966 Dhirubhai Ambani came up with his Reliance Commercial Corporation and today this is known as The Reliance Industries.He took Reliance public in 1977 and was worth $25.6 billion .

He launched the brand ‘ vimal ‘during this time which sold polyester materials for saris , shawls, suits and dresses .

Dhirubhai started extensive marketing of the brand in the interiors of India and made it a household name. Franchise retail outlets were started and they sold the “Only Vimal” brand of textiles. In the year 1975, a technical team from the World Bank visited the ‘Reliance Textiles’ Manufacturing unit.

In 1988, Reliance Industries came up against a rights issue regarding partly convertible debentures.  Rumor spread that the company was making all efforts to ensure that their stock prices did not slide an inch. Sensing an opportunity, The Bear Cartel, a group of stock brokers from Calcutta, started to Short sell the shares of Reliance. To counter this, a group of stock brokers until recently referred to as “Friends of Reliance” started to buy the short sold shares of Reliance Industries on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

The Bear Cartel was acting on the belief that the Bulls would be short of cash to complete the transactions and would be ready for settlement under the “Badla” trading system operative in the Bombay stock Exchange. The bulls kept buying and a price of ₹ 152 per share was maintained until the day of settlement. On the day of settlement, the Bear Cartel was taken aback when the Bulls demanded a physical delivery of shares. To complete the transaction, much money was provided to the stock brokers who had bought shares of Reliance, by Dhirubhai Ambani. In the case of non-settlement, the Bulls demanded an Unbadla, or penalty sum, of ₹ 35 per share. With this, the demand increased and the shares of Reliance shot above ₹ 180 in minutes. The settlement caused an enormous uproar in the market.

To find a solution to this situation, the Bombay Stock Exchange was closed for three business days. Authorities from the BSE intervened in the matter and brought down the “Unbadla” rate to ₹ 2 with a stipulation that the Bear Cartel had to deliver the shares within the next few days. The Bear Cartel bought shares of Reliance from the market at higher price levels and it was also learnt that Dhirubhai Ambani himself supplied those shares to the Bear Cartel and earned a healthy profit out of The Bear Cartel’s adventure.

After this incident, many questions were raised by the press. Not many people were able to understand how a yarn trader until a few years ago was able to get in such a huge amount of cash flow during a crisis period. The answer to this was provided by the then finance minister, Pranab Mukherjee in the Parliament. He informed the house that a Non-Resident Indian had invested up to ₹ 220 million in Reliance during 1982–83. These investments were routed through many companies like Crocodile, Lota and Fiasco. These companies were primarily registered in Isle of Man. All the promoters or owners of these companies had a common surname Shah.An investigation by the Reserve Bank of India in the incident did not find any unethical or illegal acts or transactions committed by Reliance or its promoters.

Dhrubhai was admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on 24 June 2002 after he suffered a major stroke. It was his second stroke, the first had occurred in February 1986 and had paralyzed his right hand. He was in a coma for more than a week and a number of doctors were consulted.

He died on 6 July 2002.

In the words of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, The Former Prime Minister of India-

“The country has lost iconic proof of what an ordinary Indian fired by the spirit of enterprise and driven by determination can achieve in his own lifetime”

In 2016, he was honored with the Padma Vibhusan, India’s second highest civilian honor for his contributions to trade and industry.

Dhirubhai Ambani’s journey inspires us to follow our dreams and aim high with confidence in one’s own efforts and abilities.

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Success Story-16

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui 

Nawazuddin Sidiqui ,the name well known today in the Indian Cinema ,is a classic example of a simple looking person turned into a classic actor. He proved everyone wrong who thinks that for being in cinemas and acting you need a to have smart and good look. He proved that if you have the talent within you , you can rock……..

Nawazuddin came to the city of dreams with Rs. 2,500 in his pocket and an ambition to make it big in films. But before giving him his due, Mumbai tested Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s patience so much so that the actor has now become fear-proof.

In his own words

“I have already faced so much in my life. I have seen that time when I didn’t even have a single penny in my pocket. This continued for two-three years. I used to have lunch at one friend’s place, dinner at other’s and a third friend would get cigarettes for me. I came to Mumbai with Rs 2,500. If I again face a situation where I am left with just Rs 2,500, I would not feel like a failure. I am not afraid of anything,”

Nawazudin Siddique was born to farmers family in UP on 19th May 1974,He graduated with a B.Sc degree  from  Haridwar. Following this, he worked as a chemist in Vadodra for a year, then he left for delhi in search of a new job. Once in Delhi, he was attracted towards acting after watching a play. In pursuit of securing admission at the National School of Drama (NSD) in New Delhi, he acted in over ten plays with a group of friends, to fulfill one of the criteria for admission.

Siddiqui went to the NSD, New Delhi. After graduating from NSD in 1999, he moved to Mumbai. However, like every struggle, he did not get any good job or any good role and kept appearing in small roles. He started to conduct acting work shops to earn some money. However, he got his break when he got noticed as a reporter in Peepli Live and there has been no looking back for him since then.

Siddiqui made his Hindi Cinema debut in the year 1999, with a small role in the film Sarfaros .He then acted in Ram Gopal Berma’s Shool (1999), Jungle (2000); and  Munnabhai MBBS (2003). After moving to Mumbai he tried to get work in television serials, but did not achieve much success. He did a short film, The Bypass in 2003, where he appeared with Irrfan Khan. Between 2002–05, he was largely out of work, and lived in a flat that he shared with four other people, and survived by conducting occasional acting workshops. In 2004, which was one of the worst years of his struggle, he couldn’t pay any rent. He asked an NSD senior if he could stay with him. The senior allowed him to share his apartment in Goregaon if he was willing to cook meals for him.

In 2007,his film Black friday became a nominee for Best Film (Golden Leopard), In 2009, he appeared in a role in the song “Emotional Atyachar” in the movie Dev D in his role of Rangila, In the same year, he appeared in New Year (2009). However, it was his role of a journalist in  Peepli Live (2010), that first got him wide recognition as an actor. In 2012, he appeared in  Patang : The Kite (2012) which premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival,   a role which “transformed his acting style The film was subsequently released in the U.S. and Canada, and garnered much attention with rave reviews from The New York Times.

He then appeared in Kahaani (2012), in which he played the archetypal short-tempered intelligence officer Khan. Anurag Kashyap’s gangster epic Gangs of Wasseypur followed, which added feathers to his fame. He played his first primary role as Sonu Duggal i Miss Lovely, a role Siddiqui describes as his “most real performance so far.” Siddiqui then followed this up with the Sequel of  Gangs of Wasseypur. In 2013, he played the lead role in the horror flick Aaatma.He appeared in Talash . In 2014, he played lead antagonist Shiv Gajra, in the film Kick.

In 2015,  Bajrangi Bhaijan and Dasrat Manjhi-The Mountain Man were released, and he was praised for his roles. Siddiqui received the Special Jury Award at the 2012 National film Award and the Filmfare Awards for the best supporting actor in 2013.

Celebrated author Paulo Coelho had recommended Sacred Games to his Twitter followers and lauded Nawazuddin’s work calling it “One of the best series on Netflix with the great actor Nawazuddin” .

The journey of Nawazuddin is a fair example of persistence and confidence in self that can make a difference in the society.It is a lesson for everyone who leaves chasing their goal,just because they lack some qualities.

In my opinion the only thing that we need for success is our steps taken towards our passion. Skills can be learnt, appearance can be improved and most importantly confidence can be built by regular practice and endurance.

So, if you have a dream, just keep chasing, success is bound to come……..Just start living with it……………..

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