How to be self motivated are you in order to fulfill your Goals in Life

A career boost guide by PGDM college in Hyderabad

“Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.”

-St. Jerome

 How motivated you are to fulfill all your goals in life? Meaning to do something in big life and motivating yourself to work hard to actually do are two completely opposite things. There are many people who set a lot of goals for themselves but never able to achieve. So what exactly is lacking in them. Yes, you guessed it right, the self motivation. The motivation to complete that work assignment in time or the motivation to enter into a best pgdm college.

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 Below is the list of some factors that we teach our students of pgdm in Hyderabad that could help you build strongest levels of self motivation in yourself:

 

Positive Attitude towards Future

 “Your life today is the result of your attitudes and choices in the past. Your life tomorrow will be the result of your attitudes and the choices you make today.”

 Being self motivated means that you stay positive when things are not going as planned. Having a positive outlook towards future helps you to handle difficult situations and keep you motivated to keep working without giving up.

If you will assume that you won’t succeed in future, your motivation level would keep going down no matter how hard you try so always have a positive attitude towards everything that is happening around you.

 

Motivating Surroundings

 “When you start seeing your worth, you’ll find it harder to stay around people who don’t.”

 This is all about the external factors that impact your way of thinking, the way you work and ultimately decides how motivated are you. Always surround yourself with people and resources who remind you of your goals and how close you are to them. This is effective especially in case of a failure or a temporary setback. A motivating environment helps you to stay motivated from outside and makes sure that you stay focussed on your goal.

Set Strong Goals and Stay Focussed

 “Don’t Limit your Challenges,

Challenge your limits.”

 This is one of the key factor of building self motivation. Always set strong goals. This helps you to stay focussed and gives you a clear direction to achieve that goal. Once your path is laid out and you have promised yourself that you want this in your life, the self motivation would flow automatically.

 

Have Self-confidence

“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” -Helen Keller

 This is the most determining factor in being self-motivated. If you do not have confidence in you that you can achieve what you have decided for yourself, you would never ever be self motivated to work towards it. In order to gain confidence in yourself, you can do a simple exercise. Stand in front of a mirror everyday in the morning and tell yourself that “I will be confident.”

 

 

 

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5 Reasons Why you should do PG Diploma Courses

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition… Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” – Steve Jobs

 Once out of graduation, we have a lot of dreams and aspirations that we want to fulfill. There are lot of career plans hanging on the ceiling and each day we come up with a whole new plan. Confusion is all around you and you are tempted to do what everyone is doing without measuring its suitability to yourself.

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One of such trends is going for a postgraduate degree after graduation. And for those who are looking to walk on this path, there are many different options which  you forget to explore altogether as no one else is not taking those options into account and that is where you do the mistake. Therefore to take the right decision, you need to write down the requirements and based on these requirements you should choose a course to take up.

One option worth exploring is PG Diploma Courses which takes up 6 months to one year of duration and are considered to be an equivalent of MA qualification. We have been providing PG courses in India for a long time and in this duration, we come across many students who want to know why they should go for such courses and what benefits would they reap out of it.

Below is the list of 5 reasons why you should take up these courses:

  1. Employability

Nowadays, everyone is running after degrees which are much more time consuming and are becoming ever more commonplace.  Therefore it is important to make your CV stand out from the rest. Going for a Postgraduate Diploma would not only help you acquire new skills but would also help you have that competitive edge because the time you will save in getting a degree would be reflected in terms of more work experience which would given priority any day.

  1. Time Consuming

As mentioned above as well, acquiring a degree is more time consuming as compared to a diploma. There is not much difference between the two though. So if you are not prepared to invest more time into your postgraduate studies, going for a diploma is a much smarter choice.

  1. Learning new skill for career change

Many a times, students go for postgraduate study in order to take up a different path in their career and learning a new skill is always the best option to do that. Taking up diploma courses allows the potential candidates to learn all the new skill without getting it much heavy on their minds.

  1. Finance

This is an extremely important factor because you get everything you can reap from a degree but at a much lesser cost. The average cost of a diploma is much lesser than its equivalent degree.

  1. Networking Opportunities

Going for these courses is a great way to create a great network as most of the subjects will be taught by industry experts. They would take up seminars as well as talks which serves a great opportunity to network and make connections.

7 Ingredients for Clear Communication

A career guide by top MBA college in Hyderabad

 “Communication must be HOT. That’s Honest, Open and Two-way.” -Dan Oswald

 

Being at a workplace and moving up the career ladder is all about effective communication these days. You communicate through emails, conference calls, meetings, reports, presentations etc. You spend almost your whole day communication with others in way or the other. Learning to devise a clear communication not only increase your productivity but also facilitate you to forge long lasting relationships with your co-workers.

As one of top MBA Colleges in Hyderabad, we teach out students 7 C’s of Clear Communication:

 

  1. Correct – The first ingredient of an effective communication is the it should be correct to the best of your knowledge. Try to use the technical terms that fits your audience. Do not deviate from the topic. Also the correct communication means error-free grammatically sound communication.
  2. Clear – Whenever you are writing or talking to someone, laying out a clear purpose in advance is the most prudent way to carry out any communication. Mentioning the purpose of the communication helps in better understanding the meaning of your communication.
  3. Concise – Regarding this, keep only one thing in mind. “Be brief and stick to the point” that is come in, say your thing and get out. Avoid unnecessary sentences. Do not add any filler words such as “basically” “for instance” etc.
  4. Concrete – Being concise does not mean that you leave on important points as well. Your message should also be concrete backed by all the necessary facts and explanation. This gives your audience a fair picture of what you want to tell them.
  5. Coherent – This means that while carrying out your communication, always stick to one main topic and do not deviate from that including other information which might need a separate body of communication altogether. When you send a coherent communication, it sounds logical and easy to understand and comprehend. The tone and flow of your communication should always remain consistent.
  6. Complete – An effective communication is the one that acts as a complete guide to the audience. A complete communication means that you have included everything that needs to be informed as well as the necessary actions if need be. In order to make sure that you have not left out on anything, ask yourself two simple questions – “Does the message have a “call to action”? And “Have I included all the information that would be needed that is dates, relevant documents, contacts etc.?”
  7. Courteous – This is important in a sense that nobody likes to read a rude and aggressive mail let alone act upon it. Your communication should open, friendly and honest so that it does not generate any bad feelings in the workplace. For this keep the viewpoint of your reader in mind while writing your message. Be very cautious that you are empathetic to their needs.

 

From studying in an MBA college in hyderabad to becoming a great leader, communication would help you at great lengths and help you excel at every step of your career as a leader. As James Humes said, “The art of communication is the language of leadership.”