You know RKC I read a few of your last posts and let me tell you that if you feel you have not achieved a lot till date, then pat yourself on the back for having the courage and conviction to do something about it. You have taken the first step and always remember its a very brave step. Not bcos you are leaving bollywood and tv stars behind but because you are moving out of your comfort zone and into totally unfamiliar territory. But as they say - the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
So be proud of yourself for having taken that first step and succeeded at that. I am sure that if you give your best in Canada, you will achieve all that you ever dreamt of and more. So have faith in yourself and enjoy the ride.
, We have a little informal way of talking amongst friends. I was talking about professional achievements
here as I am just a home maker. When I was starting out I had my elder one and I was back at home. I have a group of mommy friends from my kids school all who post graduates in various streams, MBAs , doctors, engineers but stay- at -home mom by choice. This to some extent is a by product of nuclear family culture & husbands doing well so the family can do without the extra income.
In our case, Canada was made to happen just for our kids. We are very well settled here already so it's was kind of tough to take a call . If I get into something I feel very restless till it get's done. I have always been proud & confident about myself.
If we can make it here, we can make it there too. Thank you for your beautiful words.
For me, 'achievement' is a very big
word, it means to be extraordinary. Sachin Tendulkar, Dhirubahi, Steve Jobs, Gates , Warren Buffet are achievers. All self made people who made it big despite all odds are ' Achievers'
for me. Their graph ascends like a shooting star heading up north. I absolutely admire them.
I wish you good luck in your future endeavors.