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Ecstatic experience

“Agar kisi Cheez ko dil se chaho aur karo to poori kaynat use tumse milane ki koshish me lag jaati hai”
#DoWhatYouLove and the entire universe will try its hard to achieve what you want ”
Human circle a movement ran by group of people and who have taken a bright initiative to organise such a wonderful challenge.
“DoWhatYouLove” with an aim to connect the enlighten minds and provide them with  a direction on how to pursue the dreams they desire for .
Those 3 days were one of the best 3 days of my life which truly inspired  and motivate me to do what I love and listen to what I want .
First Day :The event take off with networking session with all the other delegates . We share our views, opinions and it really modified my vision on how I see life earlier to how I see life now. We all were given several task with an objective to know each other very well.
Second Day : it was a day full of speaker session. One by one speakers came and told us about there life story which truly  inspired  me on how to achieve what i love. We all raised many question and it really clear our doubts and it was really a healthy discussion .
Final Day: it was a day which tested our entrepreneurship skills . I was allotted a team where we team members have to show case our presentation among jury members. And lastly at the end we all  have a interactive session with a group of renowned business entrepreneurs narrating their life story and directing us on how we can achieve our goals.
Those 3 days were really impactful and Now I am really sure that if you have a determination to do what you love than you will achieve what you have loved .

HELL YEHH!!

#DoWhatYouLove

#HumanCircle

#YoungIndiaChallenge

-Bharat Chadha 

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Living the equation

In life, there comes a point when the equation of life changes its form to being a complicated one with many variables in it and we become busy finding their values. Just like a math problem, we don’t give up till we find the solution to the equation. As a kid, life was as simple as

Happiness = Life.

As time passes, and we come to a high school, the equation has another variable,

Studies + Happiness = Life,

where Studies = grades + projects + sports + art + drama – complaints*No of teachers.

Gradually, when the era of the graduation arrives, these variables add further to being

Happiness + Girlfriends + Baap ke paise (Dad’s Money) + Studies = Life

Where Studies = ∫Pampering the professors d(Studies) +∫Surviving the semesters d(Studies) + d(assignments)/d(friends)

But after all these, when you cross the gate of the college and enter to the pseudo-virtual world, you are introduced to a totally new equation which no school or college ever taught. This brings life to a newer equation:

Life(L) = [{ ∫Responsibilities sin(ωtL) d(L)+[∑Happiness – d(stress)/dL]+∫ Money tan (ωtL)dL + d(Friends)/dL + |Family + Society | +   + …}Survival]Passion

Where Survival ≤ 1

                Passion = Real number (do what you love, love what you do)

And finally, here is what can make us successful:

Success (s) = Passion x Life

Every time you listen to motivational speakers, they talk about how to be successful, happiness, satisfaction and many more things. Sharing a success story talks about the strife faced and then finally the way they emerged as what they are. Their ‘Passion’ for their work fetched them the type of success they always thought of and their insanity to do what they love inspired them to do what they wanted.

                As the equation of life says, the more you love your work, the more are your chances of being successful; the less you do love your work, the lesser are your chances. Having a close look at it, if you end up hating your work, your passion becomes negative and hence, your life itself falls down at a faster pace.

While most of the stories point towards success, there is one thing that they lived; which is a part of the story but is rarely talked about as a particular thing. That one thing is what you can see in the equation, ‘Survival’. A failure in life determined by the attitude one carries within his will. Your ability to be strong at the weakest point of your life defines the point at which you will stand at the end. Once you conceive the ability to survive and survive the moment which was made to break you, you don’t have to look back ever. That survival from the situation makes you capable to handle yourself much better with all the unexpected things you were gifted by life. Above intelligence, strength and hard work, the allocation of your resources and identifying them within you with their best management is what helps you survive.

After knowing that it is important to survive, why aren’t we taught how to survive?

We were only taught to be honest and true but everything else that we have inherited is what we chose to take from life. It is the way we dealt with the situation that has made us what we are. For every individual, the way differs and that makes a person what he is.

Finally, once you survive, you do your work with all your passion and work hard for it, finally you’re successful. Right?

“Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve to death. It doesn’t matter whether you are a lion or a gazelle: when the sun comes up, you’d better be running”. – Dan Montano

Most of the heroes of life have experienced the quote. After knowing that you have achieved what you have got, it is important to realise that the journey doesn’t end, the journey has actually started. After the survival of yourself begins the survival of your success. There are many examples where people who at the pinnacle today seem nowhere in the race after a span of time. It seems fun to live your dream but it’s not easy to live it lifelong. The only way you can survive your dream is by living the right type of dream. The dream that makes you do what you love.

 ‘The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle.’ – Steve Jobs.

Once you start loving your work, you feel happy doing it. Not just doing it once, but doing it repeatedly too. The love for your work overshadows the impossibilities and negativity which makes you solution oriented with a positive breeze in your life. The strife of surviving gets converted to a journey of challenges and every challenge that you victor helps you reach a greater height.  If you are not able to fit to the ‘do what you love’ category, try to reach there somehow. If you feel that you can’t, it’s never late to ‘love what you do’. Unless you love whatever you are doing, you can never see opportunities in disguise. When you are in love with your soulmate, doesn’t the worst moment of your life pass easily when he/she is there to hold you?? That’s what works when you love your work. Do what you want, success will want you!!!

Love it, believe in it, have faith and no one can stop you conquer it.

– Aniket P pandya

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Management breakthrough

On the face of it, how easy does it seem to do justice with your sport, passion to dance, organize events, pen down the thoughts, orate them well and await that last challenge of academics. Apparently this is where I mark the beginning of Management, if today personally then tomorrow definitely, in corporate sphere. Currently, I’m pursuing B.Com.Hons from KiroriMal College, DU and look forward to associating Management with the current rote learning Indian Education System, probably after having done an M.B.A. My dreams are just not mine, many share the same thoughts. But I feel proud to have taken that step at least and I’m doing what I love.

-Sheryl Grover

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The transitional journey

Universe lies in the minds of those, who think beyond infinity and one need not be Einstein to standout the world but needs to listen to the heart carefully. That’s exactly what I learnt in these three days.

#DoWhatYouLove says Human Circle and makes you believe in it. The three stupendous days of Young India Challenge actually challenged my mind and questioned me, “Am I really doing what I love?”, “Do I even know what I love?” and the answers were close enough to “No”.

The session took off and we started interacting with other delegates. My strings of imperfection lured to be perfect seeing immense talent in the crowd and that’s when I found a void in me which had to be filled with something worthy. Objective of Day 1 of the conference was to interrogate ourselves with the above questions and let our mind absorb the concept of ‘#DoWhatYouLove’, followed by incredible speaker sessions on Day 2. Brilliant personalities illuminated our minds with their ‘Do What You Love’ stories. It was amazing to find that every person standing on the podium was as ordinary and confused as us. Their struggle was similar to ours but they found their passion or at least found what they did not love and they had courage to follow their heart and that makes all the difference.

The final day brought us one literal challenge which tested our various skills involved in entrepreneurship. Teams had to put their final word in front of the jury and thereby deciding the ultimate winning team. Day 3 came to the dawn with an interactive session with renowned figures narrating their journey and guiding us with our dreams.

These days were the most impactful days of my life. If these three days can make me review my decision of pursuing CA and MBA made three years ago, then it truly had something which was potential enough to bring change in the society. Thank you Human Circle for happening in my life!

– Ishani palandurkar

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