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Thursday, January 11, 2018

A failure is not end of the road

I am not a sports blogger and definitely not a cricket fan. Being an Indian a liking for Rahul David is obvious.  I don't know anything about his stroke plays and cover drives but I like his attitude, calmness and willingness to never ever give up.
Sportsmen loss more often than other professionals. Any sports person strive for success and very few truly make it big. 
Inevitable happens in sportsmen life too.  For example case of Former Indian Cricketer Azaharuddin,  indeed he is Cricketer of a class perhaps any sports person in the world shall believe in his strengths.
Sports,  knowingly or unknowingly teaches us to learn from mistakes, get up and move forward in quest of success.
Political and social disturbances are enormous,  news is full of negative stories, I don't like consuming it.  But to get information about what is happening in the campuses I need to read news so I can write for my readers on blog www.careercare.info On this blog most of the readers falls in the age group of 18 to 25 years,  I suppose. Often many have a tendency to keep the failures as treasures,  very few truly learn from obstacles.
But I would say,  begin,  fail,  observer,  re begin,  repeat and put the ball in the goal post.  World is all your's!
As Jaspreet Burch said, if one failure dents confidence,  don't deserve to play.

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