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If you can dream it, you can do it

 Published : Tuesday, 31 March, 2015 11:23 AM
After having cleared cutoff scores at MBA Institute, you will be invited for Group Discussion and now it is must for you to practice with variety of GD topics.

Read and develop points for discussion and make sure that you are concluding with conviction.

Read GD Topic: 
If you can dream it, you can do it
Number of members= 5

Time duration= 25 minutes

A -Every great journey begins with one small step. Similarly, every great success begins with a dream. A dream is what it takes to make things happen in our unique world. Dreams hitch our wagons to stars and make us reach for success and prosperity. A person who has no dreams is incapable of living a wholesome, rewarding life.

B –However, it is important to note that in order to transform our dreams into reality; we must wake up and chase our dreams. We must not dream of acting when the circumstances are ripe or perfect, instead, we must create those circumstances for ourselves because success will never be served to us on a platter. We need to work hard daily and progressively in the direction of achieving our dreams. It is a gradual, continual process. Success cannot be achieved in one fell swoop. It requires patience and perseverance.

C –Dreams are what give meaning to human life. Each day when we wake up and pursue a positive action plan, our life automatically becomes worth living. All great success stories in the world have begun with simple dreams, executed by utmost care and dedication. For instance, had the Wright brothers never dreamt of a flying machine, we would have never had the luxury of covering great distances across the globe in a matter of hours. As a result, we would have remained in our own comfortable little shells, not knowing about the wonders which awaited us in far off and distant lands.

D –Dreamers are often labelled as wastrels by our society, since they are, ostensibly, not performing any perceivably productive task. Such is the height of our utilitarianism and emphasis on reason and logic, as dreams are dismissed as a waste of time and effort, because nothing comes of dreaming, in the stereotypical conviction. The people who actually ‘do’ something are not dreamers, they are men of action, who fill each second of their lives with positive action and result-oriented performance. Dreamers are looked down upon as lesser beings, who have nothing constructive to do. They are often dismissed as day-dreamers who engage in useless pursuits because they have nothing else to do. It is essential to understand that it all begins with a dream – no matter how far-fetched or unachievable a task might seem, what the human mind conceives it achieves. And therein lies the beauty of life.

E –One must work towards making one’s dreams come true. At the end of each day, it is important to introspect and ask oneself – how much further has one proceeded towards achieving one’s dream? What other efforts need to be made? How can one enhance one’s quality of life? Making an attempt to discover answers to all such questions will inculcate within us a habit of continual dedication. We will become better human beings, as we will begin to have a sense of purpose and duty.

CONCLUSION – Dreams are the stepping stones upon which the foundations of our lives are laid. More essential than conceiving a dream is to pursue it whole-heartedly even in the face of dire adversity. Mere dreaming has not led anyone anywhere. Implementation of a proper strategy will ensure fulfilment of dreams and a fuller, vibrant life.

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