STEP TALK : “Don’t be just good, be great”


“Don’t be just good, be great”

STEP TALK

By: Gajanan bhalerao 

i have started STEP (sancheti Talent enhancement program)  talk, based on TED talk concept for motivation and development of studnets.

This is a summery of STEP talk on 16/07/2017.

 

We are trained to be average! Why? When we can conquer the world, stand out and be different among the crowd and show the world that we are not just good but GREAT

In today’s Step Talk session we had discussion about the same. Remember these four principles always-

1. Decision making

2. Planning towards it

3. Problem finding

4. Problem solving

Follow these and see how you make everything happen the perfect way as you want.

When you feel like giving up, when you feel you are stuck up in a situation ask yourself 3 questions-

1. Ask yourself “why”

The moment you find the answer to your “why” you analyse yourself and get motivated to follow your dreams.

 

2. What is the purpose

Find the purpose as to why you want that particular thing and work in the direction towards getting it!

 

3. Why did I start

Remember when you feel like giving up, ask yourself why did I start. Give yourself a reason to make your dream come true.

 

Last but not the least “Believe in yourself and the world believes in you”

 

2 responses to “STEP TALK : “Don’t be just good, be great”

  1. It was a very nice session!Got to learn a lot on how to be persistent in life if I want to achieve something and to be the best and not only good

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  2. Thats a great initiative Gajanan Keep the good work going.Prof.Vivek KulkarniPrincipal Sancheti College of Physiotherapy

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