“I don’t have a blue-collar job. It’s more of a green collar, because of all the yellow sweat stains mixing in.
” ― Jarod Kintz
Success is basically about how you can crack adverse circumstances in your favour. Once a great man said that, hard work is the key to success. Maybe he was right. As it turns out, human relations may support people to have good associations with their surroundings, but today’s world is a competitive world. Everyone here wants to be famous and wants success in his/her life, and maintaining good relations cannot always come in handy. We may consider one thing in motion, that sometimes, while maintaining nice and wide association; people tend to lose all their glory and success. For this, we can take in account of one simple instance of Speak Asia. Who knew that such a wide interacting and popular site would just be a fraud? Who knew that, the amount collected by that organisation as mere subscription money would come out as a scam of 2000 crores? While finalizing a task, people cannot rest on other people. It’s an acknowledged fact, that, people with skills to contest in this competitive world can only survive the lethal burden of this world, or as we all know, the few well-known words enlightened in Charles Darwin theory, “The Survival of the fittest”, clarifies my point precisely. Rather than upholding a clear focus to their work, people sometimes divert their minds to numerous other accomplishments like maintaining good affairs with other people, while undertaking this action they not only would exclude themselves from reaching their goal, but they can even end up reaching a point of no return, and this would fill their life with remorse and guilt. For example, I am a student, if now I would divert my mind in maintaining human relations, just to succeed in scoring high scores, then I am making a fool out of myself. People cannot acquire anything only by sustaining a good relation. People need to work hard and they need to carve...
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