In this paper I will be primarily focusing on why I think understanding ones potential is an essential aspect through a discussion of my personal experience. The experience that I will be sharing in this paper is during my internship with Blackberry and these memories are very close to my heart and I respect each and every bit of it. Blackberry showed me my potential and motivated me towards hard work.
“Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards.” – Vernon Sanders Law. Never thought of such an endearing experience a year ago and since then it was just more than work; something that kept my interest mounting till date. Some people say Prosperity and Success comes with luck but I would say, “Luck?” I do not know anything about any such word but I certainly know something about hard work to some degree. “I learned the value of hard work by working hard.”- Margaret Mead. This Internship has taught me lot of interesting things like how important is every second, how to meet deadlines, how to be punctual and why punctuality is necessary also; hard work is a key to success.
It is always said that “You do not know your potential unless working on it by yourself is the lone option you have” something of this kind happened to me as well. With this experience, I would like to share my credentials. After joining BlackBerry, initially, couple of months was pretty serene but as soon as days started passing by, work also started accelerating and we were working on our most exciting project, the first time in the history of Blackberry - launch of our latest operating system ‘BlackBerry 10’ and the first device with this operating system was ‘Z10’.
Z10 was my focus since the day I joined BlackBerry. I...
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...wonder what if I would have given up when my colleague left all the work on me; but yet I was able to determine my capabilities and tackle it. Aspiration might sound a bid word to people who have taken life for the sake of living it but for me it all came after this tough time. To identify you potential never give up on anything instead try to identify solution for the problem arrived. We build our own potential and this is something that no one can teach us. Every person has different ways of dealing with things, so never rely on anyone for anything. No matter how difficult the situation is, just look once at yourself and try working towards success. Keep positivity around you and keep moving.
To cut the long story short, one should always follow three vital elements to define your potential:
1. Understand you Emotions
2. Trust your Intuitions
3. Self Consciousness
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