I have a big problem.
Somehow, I don’t feel interested in a task that don’t pose a challenge to me. Or if I couldn’t add something new to it. Many of my friends will agree to this.
I like to do things differently. But we are not here to talk about me. We are here to talk about you. The key to getting motivated is to make things work differently.
As an aspirant, many times you must be feeling like you are losing interest in the studies. The only way to keep yourself motivated is to make the subject matter more interesting.
But how to make it interesting? That’s the first question that we have in front of us. I am giving you some pointers on this.
Have you ever given any presentation? If you are an engineering student, which, I think you are, then you must have heard about MS Powerpoint.
That familiar, cute, old, BORING piece of software which 99.9999% of all the people use to make their so-called ‘PPT’! You might be thinking- “What the hell! I am here for my GATE/IES preparations, & he is bragging about ppts” to which my reply is “GATE/IES is not end of the world my friend. World exist before exams & it exists after it too.”
Personality development is a continuous process & your personality should be visible in everything related to you. When you give a presentation, it is believed that-
- It is your concept
- It Is your design
- It is your content
Whatever may be the real truth about content 😉 but you can always make the design of your presentation so appealing, so fascinating that people get entangled in that so badly, that for the moments the presentation runs, they forget about everything else.
We find many people studying and studying and studying continuously for days, months & even years in some case, without any substantial success in examinations.
On the other hands, there are some people who enjoy every aspect of their life even then they manage to clear the examinations in their first attempt! How does that happen? Where was the difference created?
I know that you are a GATE/IES aspirant & that’s why you are here. You may be in 2nd/3rd/final year of college or may be preparing by joining a coaching after completing your engineering.
So, it is good & nice upto now.
So dear, how is your preparation going?
Most of you will reply..
“Theek Thak.. So So..”
“Haan chal rahi hai.. dekho kya hota hai..” (Yes it is going .. let’s see where does it goes)
“Arey sab lite hai” 😉
But why this lack of confidence?
Mostly this happens due to lack of motivation. And we all know that motivation is one of a tricky bitch. It leaves you in the midst of the war. You will keep trying to get motivated & boom.. the next day is your exam. Then what?
It is completely natural to sometimes lose interests in studies or not doing upto the mark as required. The question is how to get back on track? And for that you need to look after these points-
After writing some posts on GATE & IES, now I have decided to widen the scope of my blog. So, in this post, I am writing about something that will help you in each & every aspect of your life.
This concept is present everywhere, every time, even then, somehow we fail to comprehend it, we fail to understand it. Knowing about this is strange, how a big concept like that can remain hidden from us? The main reason behind this is that it is not included in the basic curriculum of schools.
Without making further fuss about it, let’s begin this awesome journey to awesomeness.
I hope you all are preparing for GATE & IES in full throttle. Just few days ago, i bought a handbook on electrical engineering by arihant publishers. Being honest, just in first sight, i was in love with this amazing book. The beauty & elegance of the book compelled me to write a review about it. Just to make it interesting in my own way, i am writing it as an imaginary dialogue.