After having cleared cutoff percentile 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:
“I can do it” is an ideal confident posture!
For The Motion
• An ‘I can do it’ definitely portraits a confident personality of a person at workplace, meetings, home and any other arena in life.
• This positive attitude attracts more opportunities and people tend to believe in your potential if you show interest in any work that may or may not have been appointed to you but needs to be done.
• The behavior will benefit you at times of failure too. Everyone tends to commit mistake but because of your willingness and excitement to work, a slip will also gather only encouragement and not negativity.
• People with ‘I can do it attitude’ build a strong reputation and honor for themselves at any place or between any people.
• People start to count on you more than other because they know you will help them in stress or problem.
• This aspect reflects that you are a person who is efficient and enthusiastic to face challenges.
• The attitude is itself motivational and encourages a person to get going without the fear of failure.
’I can do it’ is the kind of attitude needed everywhere in current competitive scenario to build reputation, honor and a confident self-image in front of colleges, family and friends
Against The Motion
• It is important to play safe with ‘I can do it’ attitude as it sometimes get you in trouble by imposing an over confident image of yours.
• An overwhelming ‘I can do it’ attitude might result into negativity from other colleagues and they might think that their opportunity is being snatched.
• Sometimes a work might require specific set of skill or professional expertise that you might not possess but you jumped on the work only to pose a confident self and this definitely will result in failure. This might also decrease your chances to get future opportunities.
• Other employees, seniors or the boss might overload you with work that they too can handle but as you are up for everything they preferred you for the task.
• You might reflect a person with less judgment skills or a person who wish only to be in good books of others with an overwhelming ‘I can do it’ attitude.
‘I can do it’ attitude needs judgment prior to commitment. Just imposing a confident self does not help; you will have to live up to the expectations of others every time you show this behavior. ‘I can do it attitude’ definitely needs precision and not just a vague ‘yes’ to everything that is thrown at you.