How to remain competitive in life

There was a time when it was enough to be educated to succeed in life. I have seen people who are not at all employable now; enjoyed high ranked position at times when the level of competition was low.

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But is that possible at the current date? Well certainly not

The time has now turned into a running machine which is at competition at all the time and everyone seems to be lagging behind. In this fast and ever changing industry, one needs to be in the hunt always. For this, you just need to make yourself competitive and maintain it throughout. If you are not competitive then you may end up like any other boy back in the town perhaps. If anyone can make a difference to it, thats you. It is not easy to remain competitive all the time, but it is very much required. There are few things that you should keep in mind to remain competitive all the time.

  1. Self-Confidence
    This is the most important part of any person in life. Now it is the era of Survival of the fittest and if you do not have the courage to fight out, then you are not the one everyone is looking for. It is pretty simple to understand that if you are driven by yourself, then you cannot be stopped. However, you need to be energetic about your efforts, enthusiastic about the prospective and challenging for the upcoming hurdles. The more trust you put on yourself, the better competitor you become in life.
  2. Adaptation
    A person, who cant adapt, cant survive. The life is changing every time with the world is changing. It may not be very easy to do random adaptation but this is the most important stage of the life. Adaptation is the process of bettering yourself with circumstances. There will be stages which in all means will be unfavorable but you need to settle in there and hang in to do even better. The patience is important for adaptation. If you want everything right now, right away, then you are in big trouble.
  3. Competency
    The world remembers only successful people and if you want to be among them then you need to be competent. You have to be versatile and ready for everything to stay alive in the contest. You must hang in there until you are done. The level of competency should be increased every possible time.

    000916-F-8217W-004 Nancy Johnson aims carefully as she competes in the women's 10 meter air rifle competition at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, on Sept. 16, 2000.  Johnson is married to U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ken Johnson, who is also on the U.S. Olympic shooting team.   DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Robert A. Whitehead, U.S. Air Force.  (Released)

    000916-F-8217W-004
    Nancy Johnson aims carefully as she competes in the women’s 10 meter air rifle competition at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, on Sept. 16, 2000. Johnson is married to U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ken Johnson, who is also on the U.S. Olympic shooting team. DoD photo by Tech. Sgt. Robert A. Whitehead, U.S. Air Force. (Released)

  4. Learning
    Learning is a continuous process and you have to do it in every stage of life to remain competitive. Each stage, whether success or failure teaches you something in life. This should not be ignored and that can boost your chances. To remain competitive, it is not forbidden to make mistakes but one must not repeat mistakes. The more mistakes you commit, the more you learn and the better you become.

In a time of high competition in each and everything, you must consider that you are not the only one who will be doing all the efforts. Its about analyzing you everyday and bettering in accordance to it.

 

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