Never Underestimate - The Influence Of Interests' Relationship With Merit.

 Interests' Relationship With Merit.

It is true that interests have a deep relation with merit. Because there have been many scientific inventions, which have been the reason of interest. The recent invention of Linux is also the result of a student's hobby.

there have been many scientific inventions, which have been the reason of interest. The recent invention of Linux is also the result of a student's hobby.

The Nature Conservation Movement that flourished in Britain in the mid-1970s, which has become a major movement of world politics today, started only as Hobby.

IIM Mallika Sarabhai, who had a doctorate from Ahmedabad, also became a dancer due to her hobby. IIT. Shankar Mahadevan has become a singer due to his hobby after graduating from engineering. World of Salim Ali, who works in mining and timber industry to maintain the family

Be it a famous bird expert or Palash Sen's transition from a doctor to a singer. M from history, whether to become a Dastango of Rhodes Scholar Mahmood Farooqui or to become an interior decorator of actress Twinkle Khanna or to be a photographer of Engineer Raghuray. Hobby was behind all this. Mithali Raj, who became a cricketer from Dancer, has played a role in her position more than her degree.

Interest is the key of success

There are many such examples, in which Ruchi has not only changed the life of the people in a very unique way, but also embellished it. 

There are many such examples, in which Ruchi has not only changed the life of the people in a very unique way, but also embellished it.

When you find a future in your field of interest, then there are more chances of success in them, because meditation or concentration have a special role in success. And interest and attention are two sides of the same coin.

Famous creative director and lyricist - Prasoon Joshi's Story

Renowned creative director and lyricist Prasoon Joshi explains, "I Was a small town boy, but was an expert in writing. I was also fond of writing poems. At the age of 17, one of my books was also published. Despite my fondness for music theater, I used to do IMT in Ghaziabad. Did an MBA, and started thinking about making a career in the corporate world.

But I was a boy far away from rebellion and wanted to fulfill my parents' dreams, so I obtained a business management degree so that I could pursue a permanent career.

During the course of management, like other students of the class, I also had to do a summer job. Then I had to do a summer job in Delhi's "Gray Worldwide". Till then, I did not even have the creative side of advertising in my mind. But I found it very unique to enter the creativity part of the world of business.

But I knew the business side of advertising and understood every aspect of it. I was also a writer.

Nevertheless, this change was difficult, but the days spent in summer vacation through summer jobs gave me strength and it proved to be the biggest toning point of my life. Because of which I was able to trust my innate quality and turn myself towards that which made me most happy. Whatever I am today is because of my interest. "

Interest based success story of Rinku Singh

These interests turned the dreams of 19-year-old Rinku Singh into reality, which is called the 'American Dream'. This young man living in a small town named Bhadohi in Varanasi district has done what his dream of the country is.

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When Rinku Singh was asked about this, he said, "I wanted to be a cricketer, just like the other child of India. I had tried and I felt, this is the game that can make me a millionaire overnight I met Suresh Raina and RP Singh during the Lucknow Sport Hostel and they advised me to adopt bowling. But there was a problem with me. He could not give up the habit of keeping his hands straight for throwing. At that time, I really had no idea what a great achievement it could be to bow your hands slightly.

Two months ago my coach JS Bhatia told me and my partner Dinesh Kumar Patel about the Million Dollar Arm Baseball Contest to be held in Mumbai, when Steve Figure Management, agent and managing director of Baseball Talent Hunt, J.B. Bernstein was searching for a baseball pitcher.

He asked us to practice, whereas I had never heard of baseball before. My coach told me about it and prepared me for it. Then four days before the competition, the coach there told me the pitching tips.

And then I learned to pitch the ball in just four days. Because I had a strong dedication in learning, otherwise it is very difficult for a world player to learn to bow their hands, to understand a jawline. My coach just said that while standing in the upright position, I have to bend my knees and I understood them very quickly. Then my pitching at 87 minutes per hour changed my life and not only did I win US $ 100,000 but also got a chance to hone my pitching talent in baseball professional training in San Francisco.

After this training I was to perform in front of 30 representatives of the Major League Baseball team along with other regional winners selected in the world class competition. Which I did and was successful. Now I am earning 16 crores rupees from every match. Even in a few years, I will earn as much money as Sachin would not have earned from his entire cricket career. "

Power of strong willpower 

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