MY DREAM IS TO BECOME A SUCCESSFUL BANKER
Clarity and conviction:
A person is not going to chase after and actually reach his dream unless he is crystal clear on not only what he wants, but why he wants it.
As a banasthalite student living in Rajasthan, I observed the living conditions of poor and illiterate people living in tribal areas of Rajasthan. There is widespread unemployment and poverty, Farmers are committing suicide due to poverty. They are in dire need of education, vocational training and financial help for their gainful employment. I think, I as a banker, like Arundhati Bhattacharya, can do a lot for this section of the society. My dream is to become a top rank banker to help my poor fellow citizens and minimize unemployment and poverty from my country.
I can tell with full conviction that if a person does not keep going, if he allows himself to be distracted, disheartened, swayed, to be ‘practical’ about it then he has a 100% chance of not living his dream ever. Strong willpower is the key.
Enjoying chasing a dream:
I understand, full conviction about the very purpose and enjoying while working for a dream project are the driving forces to achieve some positives else anyone is likely to fell into the usual trap of ‘what if’ and ‘but I don’t know’. I know, I may fail many times. I know, people may think I am crazy. Yet I am brutally and gloriously honest about my dream.
One can live his/her dreams, no matter how big they are, if he/she is gloriously honest about his/her dream, has undisputed conviction, extraordinary passion and willpower to fight all odds that are bound to check the journey towards one’s dream. I know this and ready to face all possible challenges to achieve my dream.