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Happy New Year and New Year Resolutions 2019

edited December 2018 in Miscellaneous
Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

“I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

“I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

Let us know what are your new year resolutions.
P - 1 | M - 1 | I - 1* | First Attempt | Hoping for the best in 2018

Comments

  • New Year Resolutions .. जान के क्या उखाड़ लोगे .. :trollface:
  • edited December 2018

    New Year Resolutions .. जान के क्या उखाड़ लोगे .. :trollface:

    Mujhe nahi pata tha ki jaanne ke baad ukhaadna next step hota hai. :trollface:
    P - 1 | M - 1 | I - 1* | First Attempt | Hoping for the best in 2018
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  • edited December 2018

    New Year Resolutions .. जान के क्या उखाड़ लोगे .. :trollface:

    Mujhe nahi pata tha ki jaanne ke baad ukhaadna next step hota hai. :trollface:
    कैंची की तरह चलती है जुबान तुम्हारी .. इसीलिए वहां नहीं देता .. :trollface:
  • Latvia ghumne jaunga :trollface:
    :)
  • Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
    Part of being a winner is knowing when enough is enough. Sometimes you have to give up the fight and walk away, and move on to something that's more productive.

  • Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
    देश बड़ा रंगरेज़ ये बाबू ।।
    2018 - Pre, Mains
    History optional
  • Quora pe bhi.

    Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
  • Quora pe bhi.

    Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
    MATLAB linked in wale ne bhi copy Kia hoga..
    Ctrl C Ctrl V se chal rahi duniya
    Part of being a winner is knowing when enough is enough. Sometimes you have to give up the fight and walk away, and move on to something that's more productive.

  • edited December 2018
    Aviral Bhatnagars answer on quora.
    Question was how to improve one self?
  • Aviral Bhatnagars answer on quora.
    Question was how to improve one self?

    Aviral bhatnagar shared this on linkedin too..aviral is the op :smiley:
    Part of being a winner is knowing when enough is enough. Sometimes you have to give up the fight and walk away, and move on to something that's more productive.

  • Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
    देश बड़ा रंगरेज़ ये बाबू ।।
    मुझे तो फ्रॉड IPS भी यही लगता है .. :trollface:
  • Aviral Bhatnagars answer on quora.
    Question was how to improve one self?

    Aviral bhatnagar shared this on linkedin too..aviral is the op :smiley:
    :trollface: yeh toh Pura plagerism Ka case ho gaya
  • Amid all the gloom over the past few days because of the main exam results, let us welcome the new year with a greater commitment to our goals.

    I used to be fairly disappointed with most of my New Year “resolutions”, when in college.

    “I will score a GPA of 9 this year”; “I will play in a band”; “I will score 15 goals in this year’s tournament” - the list is endless.

    In recent years, I realised I was getting disappointed because I was entirely output oriented. I was only focusing on the end result, and when I would feel pressurised and not see the end result happening - I would give up. It’s so difficult to achieve a gigantic annual goal, and a lot of things could go wrong.

    The mind is a funny thing, and that also allows you to take it to your advantage, which I did. Instead of being output oriented, I became input oriented. Instead of being focused on nouns (Rank below 100) I became focused on verbs (write every weekend).

    “I will study for 10 hours everyday”; “I will play the guitar twice a week”; “I will wake up every morning and run”; “I will write tests every weekend” - the change was dramatic.

    How do you become a better person? Identify your areas of improvement, identify the end outcome and convert it to actions that you can do regularly.

    You will definitely become a better person, and that’s what life is about. Here's wishing everyone a great end of year, and a fantastic 2019.

    Let us know what are your new year resolutions.

    Same write-up LinkedIn pe padha Maine...
    #right to copy
    देश बड़ा रंगरेज़ ये बाबू ।।
    मुझे तो फ्रॉड IPS भी यही लगता है .. :trollface:
    क्या ? रंगरेज़?
    2018 - Pre, Mains
    History optional
  • edited December 2018
    Kisi ko greeting card dete ho to kavita khud likhte ho jo printed hota hai ya kisi aur ka chhapta hai? :mrgreen:

    Jab exam me polity ka sawaal aaye, to answer khud ka dimag se socha hua kuch bhi likhne ke number milte hai ya laxmikanth se copy maarne se milte hai? :mrgreen:

    Bhawna ko samjho bhailog. Udhaasi hatao. New year jamao. :trollface:
    P - 1 | M - 1 | I - 1* | First Attempt | Hoping for the best in 2018
  • Kisi ko greeting card dete ho to kavita khud likhte ho jo printed hota hai ya kisi aur ka chhapta hai? :mrgreen:

    Jab exam me polity ka sawaal aaye, to answer khud ka dimag se socha hua kuch bhi likhne ke number milte hai ya laxmikanth se copy maarne se milte hai? :mrgreen:

    Bhawna ko samjho bhailog. Udhaasi hatao. New year jamao. :trollface:

    Bhai Tere see sulgi h yaha sbki, ek to tu chugiya bnaya mains result me , ab Tera selection b pakka h .
    tu b bhavnao ko samajh :trollface:
    :)
  • edited December 2018
    My goal for 2019 : Be a Man
    You are laboratory project , owned by some handful elites. They test their utopian ideas on you.
  • edited December 2018
    Endure to be best in buisness wherever we go
    Happy New year 2019 yipppeee cheers :sunglasses:
    :smiley:

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  • Endure to be best in buisness wherever we go
    Happy New year 2019 yipppeee cheers :sunglasses:
    :smiley:

    :o
  • edited January 1
    Welcome 2019. Happy new year.
  • Thank you...& same to you..wish you a happy and prosperous new year..
    P - 1 | M - 1 | I - 1* | First Attempt | Hoping for the best in 2018
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