This video is about those situations in which you say or do something that you are embarrassed about. Here’s an attempt to laugh about it and remind you that everyone goes through this….. RIGHT!?!?
Engineering is one of the most popular fields in India but many of them do not choose it for themselves. In this video, I talk about Engineering in India along with some hard hitting truths about Indian country! Watch the video and let me know what you think!
You have probably heard of how rejection and mistakes are good things. How they shape who you are and teach you valuable lessons. Well, it is true and false at the same time. Lessons are taught by nature at all times. But these are useful only if you heed to what they are saying and understand that these need to be taken in a positive way. The teachings of life can so easily be ignored because of the mere fact that it is indeed free!
Simply failing and making up excuses for your inadequacy isn’t going to benefit you from anyway. Make sure you are taking something away from these mistakes and learn how to better yourself the next time you have to do the task. Analysis and preparation are crucial for turning the failures into something of value. So, stop giving bullshit excuses to yourself and start analysing where you are going wrong.
We all get rejected and it sucks! Nobody likes being told “you aren’t good enough“, “your skills aren’t sufficient“, or even “better luck next time“. But you gotta remember, the comeback is always better than the setback. And you need to make sure that you aren’t repeating the same thing over and over. I’ve written about how harmful these patterns are Read here!
Here’s a basic system that you can use in order to get something valuable out of this rejection:
- Put an end to denial – Stop thinking you are greater than thou and admit you failed
- Review what you did or didn’t do against what you should have done
- Figure out where you went wrong. If you can’t do it on your own, ask for help. There’s no shame
- Now, that you’ve figured where you’ve gone wrong, start working towards how to make it right!
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I am happy to tell you all that I have started a new Channel on YouTube to be able share my ideas better and in a better way and I hope you guys find it interesting, I would greatly appreciate it if you could take a look at the channel and support it. Thank you in advance.
Here is my video, introducing myself and why I started YouTube:
There’s a tireless wave of really trying tasks,
we’re all merely stuck in an endless loop
that we created for ourselves.
Norms, we call them
stability, we tag them
easy, is what it is
and that’s why we are scared,
scared to break the loop.
For if you break it, you are free!
You can be you
even though you’ve forgotten what ‘you’ feels like.
You can be you, unfiltered
without generations of passed down prejudices.
You can be you, filled with grace
no judgements or adulterations.
You can be you, brimming with confidence
without the need of approval from others.
Looking back, I see
how much of my happiness I let others control
in constant need for validation and approval,
wanting to be liked and get along with everyone.
Made efforts that were never returned,
left… felt unloved.
Unwanted by some,
unseen by others.
I was invisible.
Looking back, I understand
it was my fault
to put myself in such a state
vulnerable, open, and unarmed.
I invited trouble
and trouble is what I got.
Looking back, I realise that I will never be that person
make those mistakes because
I have learned
I have grown
for the better,
for my own good.