Thursday, 2 January 2014

Spotlight ' Self-Evaluation ' - A Highway to Revolution

The most difficult thing in life is to know yourself since knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.

Frank Tyger , Editorial Cartoonist, Columnist and Humorist for the Times of Trenton has rightly said ‘Self-appraisal will do more for you than self-praise will ‘

The only journey is the journey within. Self-evaluation challenges you. It makes you self-aware - you willingly accept ownership of what you are and what you have done - and this reflects maturity. Maturity and integrity ultimately pay. Everyone should have a personal mission and vision (goal in life) to be truly motivated.

Self-evaluation has implications much beyond your current job or profile. Focus on yourself, stay objectively tuned and bring out your limitations and the plan to tackle them ,it is a clear sign of integrity and actually pays.

One should never neglect an opportunity for improvement. Change yourself and fortune will change with you.Self-evaluation brings change and change leads to transformation.It ultimately brings revolution.

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi,who started out as an advocate ,changed his role midway and donned the role of a politician and freedom fighter. If he had not spotted the opportunity and continued as a lawyer, it is unlikely that he would have reached the pinnacle of greatness that he eventually did.

Self-evaluation made him what he truly was. 

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