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Live to Your Potential

Author Name: Manish Singh Panwar | Format: Paperback | Genre : Self-Help | Other Details

In today’s competitive world people becomes robotic. Their entire act in pursuit of happiness goes in vain. Since neither of them spend time on themselves nor they aware of other factors which are influencing them. Failures are misquoted and success is misinterpreted.

As a result all are living either in past or in future. They cannot see the beautiful life given them with power brain. They never try to understand the concept of time and value of present moment.

Just memorize the day when you witnessed sun set. How alive you felt? I call that living in moment. Now imagine that you are living your each moment like that. This is what happiness which everyone wants to achieve. Life is short don’t waste it being robot. For this you need to change your state of mind. Once you able to transform yourself from robot to human you will see the sunny side of life. It is free from distorted perceptions and full of enthusiasm. You true potential and creativity comes into play. We all dream to live such magical life but few become successful.

Don’t waste time in living dissatisfied and boring life because the life here I am talking is about holidays in paradise. Here your chase to success in joyful manner full of passion. Here your each failure motivates you. Here your vision is free from dissonance. And here your future is free from insecurity.

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Manish Singh Panwar

Manish Singh Panwar graduated as a civil engineer from MBM Engineering College, Jodhpur. He also did a software diploma course in Kolkata. In April 2004 he started a school. He explored psychology to teach children from rural backgrounds. Thereafter, his inclination towards psychology and personality development increased.

He is now successfully running an English medium primary school in Barmer. He also takes personality development classes. He always found himself to be an underperformer. He considers it tragic and painful. This inspires him to write his ideas down, so that young students and adults don’t suffer from underperformance or underachievement despite of having potential.

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