Priyank Sharma
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Food for thought

Feb 3, 2011

The best way to survive education is to decide very early what you want to do with your life, based on your personal interests, and what qualifications, if any, you would need to pursue this as a career. Keep in mind that the person who knows how to think needs no teachers. 90% of what it takes to get through life is common sense. Once you have decided what you want to do with your life, you’ve created a dream, which is a destination to work towards. You have to remember that money is a reward for skill. The more skilled you are at something, the more money you will make. It doesn’t have to be a grand idea, just something that interests you. If you go to bed thinking about writing and wake up in the morning thinking about writing, you’re meant to be a writer. If all you can think about is sex, become a prostitute or a porn star. It doesn’t matter, so long as you are happy and good at what you do. But, seriously, the quicker you decide where you are going, the quicker you can begin your journey.

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  • asen Feb 3, 2011
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    Wow! i really like this short blog on deciding what we want to do in life…gonna preach the same thing to my young cousins starting from tonight!

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    Well you might be right… but it is not same always Priyank. Sometimes what you think might be your passion not your skill; and when you make your passion your profession… you end up in mess. Like I did… But I don’t say your perception is wrong. But give it a range of 40 – 60 for it to work out well and the other as it doesn’t.

    • Priyank Sharma Feb 3, 2011
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      If you’re passionate about something, you will do everything you can to attain the skills required. If you still end up with no skills, then it was never your passion in the first place, just another hobby.

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