Imagine yourself sitting in front of a panel of interviewers – nervous, shaken. It’s your first big interview after all. And suddenly, one of the interviewers asks you “Tell us about yourself.”
As you hear the words, your whole life goes into the flashback, and you realize you have not done anything worth mentioning. Scary, isn’t it?
Well, thousands of fresh graduates stumble upon this same question during their job interviews. The reason is very simple. Most people don’t think about arranging life accomplishments until they reach their 30s.
Just take a moment and question yourself, “What have I achieved so far?” If the answer is not satisfying, then you need to buckle up and take proper actions. Life is too short to live with regrets.
There are people who have accomplished great feats at an age when most of us are learning how to ride a bike. This only justifies that it is never too early for having accomplishments in life.
If you are in college and you are about to begin your professional career, this may be the right time to set some goals in your life. That will allow you to map your path for the future accomplishments.
You can do several things to ensure significant accomplishments in your life:
1. Push your limits
You need to improve your skills, knowledge and abilities with time to succeed. However, one win does not make you a champion. You need to keep succeeding at various levels to lead a fulfilling life, and for that, you need to challenge yourself at every turn.
If you are not pushing your limits, you will never be able to understand your true potential. And besides, if you don’t improve your skills and knowledge, your accomplishments will be of limited numbers. Always aim to do better than yesterday.
2. Take risks
There’s one thing in common among all the successful people in this world. They all are risk takers. As they say “No one has ever achieved anything great by playing safe” and neither will you. If you are too comfortable at doing what you do, maybe it is time to try something that’s out of your…