Success, this seven letter word means everything. Success is desired by all invariably and inseparably. Success has many faces, many forms, many colors and many folds and it makes a person earn it by any means not just dream it.
Those who just keep dreaming of success and aren’t focused and committed to strike all nuts to grab it don’t know how it is to be successful.
Our nation has more than 1.2 billion people residing in different regions, speaking different languages, having different aspirations in their lives come differently with respect to achieving or talking about success. Some follow their icons, some follow parents and some stand firm with their separate view point.
The bottom line is how the youth of India looks for success? Indian youth is very energetic, spontaneous, zestful, zealous and determined on one hand and low aspiring, inadequate, boastful, robust and dreamy on the other hand. We witness both kinds of youth over here and so the definition and expectations regarding Success changes invariably for the two.
While this is difficult to digest that Indian youth wants success to come easy to them looking into a few facts like:
a) Youth of India is Ambitious: The young people in our nation are born with high ambitions. They become pilot, doctors, builders, managers, entrepreneurs etc. So very clearly ambitions aren’t to be misinterpreted as greediness or easy desire for success for them. e.g Kalpana Chawla, Sachin Tendulkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Kiran Bedi, Chetan Bhagat and a long list is there who all had big ambitions in their lives.
b) Hard work is the key: It’s the hard work that writes the story of success for the youth. If they don’t work hard how come they become scientists at ISRO, doctors at AIIMS, engineering graduates from IIT’s , Management Graduates in IIM’s etc. It’s not anything else than just the hard work that they did to succeed.
c) Living the dreams: Indian youth knows how to live the dreams and turn them into reality to achieve success. That is why we have names like Virat Kohli, P.T.Usha, Vijendra Singh, Vishwanath Anand and many more.
Looking on the other side of the story we can not deny that sometimes the youth of India shows laziness to achieve success and wants it to come easy.
a) Inclination towards easy money making: The youngsters now a days get inclined towards easy & fast money making. They prefer to work short or wrong to just increase their account balance and not precisely look for the way they opt.
b) Retardedness: Youngsters have better options and opportunities in today’s era as compared to the past but they show laziness both physically as well as mentally so we can say that youth wants a lift to succeed and not even escalators or stairs.
c) Opportunist: It’s always good to grab the better opportunities but youth most of the times want to settle abroad as they feel that it’s easy to work less and earn more there than to work hard and get paid for that here.
There is a well known fact that “Nothing comes for easy and free and you need to pay for what you want to possess.” Now that can be in any form like paying monetarily or paying by working sincerely and hard. The bottom line is this that success is not an overnight journey and if it is then one must also remember the fact that that particular night would be way too long.
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