THE SECRET changed my lifeâ¦ hereâs my lifeâs story.
I am an above average student. I had good schooling, good graduation and now it was time for me to carry on with my post graduation. I gave several aptitude test of CAT/MAT but couldnât make to any good college. Then I appeared for R-MAT and secured a very good rank in it. I got MOHAN LAL SUKHADIA UNIVERSITY with my rank. I packed my bag and started for UDAIPUR.
When I started for my college, my sister gifted me THE SECRET. Though I donât rely on such inspirational and motivational books but as it was a gift from my beloved sister, I took it. Days passed and the months but I never read it.
My performance in the class was the best but I was not able to make to the top position in the internal exams. There was some fear inside me which has always dragged me from the position I deserve. It has happened with me in tenth board, twelfth board, my graduation and the same was happening in my post graduation (MBA). The fear of not getting the top position.
One day I was searching for some book in my cupboard when I came across THE SECRET. It happens to be Sunday so I took it and start reading it. I read one page, then two, three, four, fifty, hundred, and I swallowed the whole book in one gulp.
After reading that book I realized that why it had happened to me. It is because I always think about that. Afterall the whole universe is governed by the law of attraction. The same thing will return to you which you will think.
The same day I placed a paper on my cupboard there were twelve dashes marked on the paper and after that my name was written.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Roochi Gupta
And I promised myself that before leaving this room I will fill these twelve dashes with the word GOLD MEDALIST. My cupboard was in front of my bed. Daily before sleeping I commit myself that soon these dashes will be filled.
And the day came I became the highest earner of the university with 80 percent marks in MBA. My dedication worked but my trust in myself worked more. I filled those dashes the day I left my room.
Today I am a gold medalist. I did my MBA and I am a G-MBA now.
Thank you RHONDA BYRNE.