Written ability Test has also become a tool to test MBA aspirant on assessing overall communication and personality so it is also equally important and crucial component of MBA selection process.
This article on "Being hopeful is being positive” will boost your confidence to be successful in Written Ability Test.
We all know that life is not a bed of roses. There are ups and downs in life and more often than not, we face challenges, which can be distressing to an individual. However, the key to leading a happy life is by being hopeful and optimistic that there is light at the end of a tunnel.
When you are hopeful, you believe that tomorrow will be better than today. You make decisions that will lead you in that direction and ultimately, you have a positive outlook on life.
On the other hand, those who are pessimistic and do not believe in hope, feel that they are fighting a losing battle. Everyday seems like a struggle that is never ending. This in turn reflects on their decisions and they put a negative spin on everything.
People who are hopeful of a better tomorrow are not easily weighed down by failures. They believe that failure is part and parcel of life and it helps in learning from mistakes so that he/she does not repeat them in the future. This is what being positive really means.
Even in adversities, you make the most of it and learn from your failures so that you do not make a bigger blunder in future.
Be it a joyous moment or a painful instance, you should always keep in mind that life is a journey of learning. Just like how our life doesn’t stop, learning too doesn’t end. It continues throughout our lives and we learn lessons everyday which will help us in one way or the other.
Being hopeful indeed means that you have a positive outlook on life. Hope is what keeps us alive, helps us maintain our goals and lead a fulfilling life. By being hopeful, you not only make your life a living paradise but emit positive vibes that will keep people around you happy and jubilant.