I am a late riser but I got up at 4.30 AM today. I am more likely to sleep at that time than get up.
But I chose to convert this chance into something more useful.
Replied to dozens of pending mails and telegram messages from students, took a long morning walk, and completed a long-pending audio book while at it.
I even got a few immediate replies from students and by 6.30 AM, the day felt pretty good already.
If I were living my life doing something I didn’t like to do, the chance early ‘awakening’ would have caused me to be grumpy and worried. It didn’t.
I know of quite a few mentors in our team, who are up replying to mails/messages at 2 AM.
Or some who are hyper-present on the Telegram groups, answering all your queries and pushing you to your best.
They do it because they love it, they get a kick out of seeing you get better beyond your beliefs.
Yet others, who are busy filtering and improving questions for your next session, adding that one little extra hook to help you gain from it.
The bottomline is that we really enjoy doing what we do! We LOVE it! Why?
Why do we act like ever-excited treasure-hunters, trekking past obstacles with never-fading enthusiasm?
The ability is yours. The hardwork is yours. The ordinary is yours, and the extra lies within you.
So, why are WE so excited? Why do WE act like kids?
Because we love helping you discover the “extra” in your “ordinary”. It is thrilling, it is exciting, it is meaningful.
To see you blast past your doubts and unleash your real potential is such an exhilarating event.
It makes our day. And this day has just begun 🙂
About the author: Deekshant has sleep-walked through several 100 and 99.9 %iles in practically every section of the CAT. That he is a cricket fan and he writes okay is evident from most of his posts. 1000s of our students swear that he can motivate almost anyone to double his/her percentile through very simple yet powerful inputs. And that’s why every MBAGuru student has direct access to him via mail and Telegram. Oddly, he somehow also finds the time to write songs professionally. And yes … almost missed this … he is an alumnus of IIT Delhi & IIM Cal 🙂