Is Your Focus too on Results??

January 2, 2021

All of us are only behind the end result.

We all are keenly interested only in the end result of our work, not in the process of doing the work. Before our work begins, we estimate or anticipate the result. Nobody enjoys the process.

If we get the desired result its well and good, but the problem begins when we don't get the anticipated result. When we desire for the good result our entire Focus will be on the result, not on the process, so we don't get the good results.

Lord Krishna said, "Continue to do your work, don't focus on the result, because doing work is in our hands but the results are not in our hands". If we understand and apply this in our life, then our life will be a beautiful journey. Our entire Focus will be on the Work rather on the results, automatically we will get the good result. Students should mainly follow this in their life.

In India every year many students end up their life, when they don't get desired result in their exams. Families too are responsible for this. "Marks are the mere by products not so important than one’s life."

The mentality of people should be changed otherwise this will continue forever. When you don't get the desired result, it is not the end, it is the beginning of something new. If you give up at the beginning of something, then how will you start your new journey. There are many examples who were nothing in their school but today they are successful cricketers, film actors, swimmers, athletes.

These people knew that their talent is not in the field of education but somewhere else, so they focussed on their talents and now they are very successful in their lives.

Students should always look at the positive side of everything.

Results are mere by-products not the end. But we people think that when we don't get desired result, everything comes to an end and give up. One should be bold enough to face the result or outcome of their hard work. We should learn to accept things as they are, and should move on and come back again with more efficiency, dedication and hard work. One should always remember ‘failures are not the end, it is a beginning’. Failures are the stepping stones to reach the success.

Always enjoy the process of doing automatically you will get the good result. So keep the entire focus on the process.

 

 

 

By Divya
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Comment on this article

  • Vincent D'sa, Dubai/Shankerpura/Pangala parish

    Mon, Jan 04 2021

    **Your article highlights one of the sad realities in education as well as in other fields. The focus on the finishing line is so intense we forget to employ the right process in the beginning, neither have we enjoyed the process on the way nor we get the desired result at the end. If the process is good the result will be good. This fact is forgotten. The average results at the end reflect our average mind-set. The word mindset either can break or make our entire world. Equally, an important word is ‘processing the process’ in which we bring the process under the microscope and check whether the entire journey is well planned or not. We can’t expect better results by employing an average process.
    Good article.

  • Lucy Rodrigues, Moodubelle/Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 04 2021

    Thank you for your beautiful article. God bless you.


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