PDP by Gaurav Misra

PDP by Gaurav Misra

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"Real Performers catch up fast, pick up quickly, spring a surprise and always make a stronger comeback. They bounce back and dig deep for motivation whenever they go through the rough patch. They keep moving forward with strong reminders of their goals in the back of their minds and unsurprisingly everything else takes care of itself."  www.pdpbygauravmisra.blogspot.in

"Real Performers catch up fast, pick up quickly, spring a surprise and always make a stronger comeback. They bounce back and dig deep for motivation whenever they go through the rough patch. They keep moving forward with strong reminders of their goals in the back of their minds and unsurprisingly everything else takes care of itself." www.pdpbygauravmisra.blogspot.in

The rule number five is the most important rule of all: Work your butt off. You never want to fail because you didn't work hard enough. I never wanted to lose a competition or lose an election because I didn't work hard enough. I always believed leaving no stone unturned.  ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger

The rule number five is the most important rule of all: Work your butt off. You never want to fail because you didn't work hard enough. I never wanted to lose a competition or lose an election because I didn't work hard enough. I always believed leaving no stone unturned. ~ Arnold Schwarzenegger

Sachin Says...

Sachin Says...

|| So Damn True ||

|| So Damn True ||

You Are Your Own Best Competition.

You Are Your Own Best Competition.

"I’ve had a very scattered life since I was very young. I went through a low patch. So, very early, I realized that there are times in life when you need to help yourself. You need to stand up for yourself and deal with situations and you need to back yourself. That’s really helped me. I always say that when you see a lot of success, you should see it with your head bowed down. And when you see a lot of failure, you must see it with your head held high."  ~ Shahid Kapoor

"I’ve had a very scattered life since I was very young. I went through a low patch. So, very early, I realized that there are times in life when you need to help yourself. You need to stand up for yourself and deal with situations and you need to back yourself. That’s really helped me. I always say that when you see a lot of success, you should see it with your head bowed down. And when you see a lot of failure, you must see it with your head held high." ~ Shahid Kapoor

“For me, passion has always been the most important element. I used to dream big. I wanted to be the world champion when I was just eight and my dream knew no bounds. You have to chase your dream and prepare properly to achieve it. Talent is important, but you must toil hard to translate it into success. Sometimes you need a kick to get the best out of yourself. Fortunately, I always had that extra rush of adrenaline for the biggest stage.”  ~ Diego Maradona

“For me, passion has always been the most important element. I used to dream big. I wanted to be the world champion when I was just eight and my dream knew no bounds. You have to chase your dream and prepare properly to achieve it. Talent is important, but you must toil hard to translate it into success. Sometimes you need a kick to get the best out of yourself. Fortunately, I always had that extra rush of adrenaline for the biggest stage.” ~ Diego Maradona

“That’s the story of my career, I’ve had a lot of tough losses, but the one thing I would say is that I improved a little bit every year. They weren't major improvements, massive changes, but every year my ranking was going in the right direction. I was going a little bit further in slams.’’  ~ Andrew Barron Murray

“That’s the story of my career, I’ve had a lot of tough losses, but the one thing I would say is that I improved a little bit every year. They weren't major improvements, massive changes, but every year my ranking was going in the right direction. I was going a little bit further in slams.’’ ~ Andrew Barron Murray