I Want You to Fail

I want everybody of you to undergo massive failure.


I am quite serious.

I want everybody of you to fail.

But wait for some time before you come to any conclusion.

Because whatever I am telling you is from my experience and a lot from others experiences.

You will start experiencing huge success after you have gone through atleast one major failure.

Don’t take my word for it.

But I am going to tell you a reason for this for the same reason I want you to fail miserably in your next mock.

Why I am being so harsh ?

The reason being this, when you get to the level of success you consider worthy of your standards, you don’t allow yourself to go through that pain and discomfort of change.

Most of the students when they reach certain level of percentile, they get complacent and they don’t work hard on improving it. They just remain in their comfort zone.

The problem of the comfort zone is the person doesn’t even realize that he/she is getting sucked into the quagmire.

wake-up-and-smell-the-coffeeSo if you have become complacent with your success, then it’s a wake up call. You need to wake up and smell the coffee. Make sure you get out of that comfort zone.

If you are constantly failing miserably, then there is some problem but even if you are getting good percentile and your percentile is stagnant , then also there is some problem.

When I was preparing for CAT, I was consistently getting good percentile until the time came when I got 78 & 81 percentile in last two tests just before the actual CAT and it was a strong wake up call for me because I was becoming complacent with my success and when I saw my percentile, it was too late to fix that mistake.


That’s why I want you to wake up now.

BTW, percentile in Mock Tests and Actual CAT has  no co-relation but still it’s a good indicator of your performance.

So if you are consistently performing poorly that means you will perform poorly in actual CAT but if you are performing extremely well there are actually two possibilities, which is either you screw up or you perform extremely well.

So don’t get upset if you encounter a major failure before your CAT or any other exam because the sooner you face it, the more you will grow and become successful.

Take my word for it.

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Sukrut is a passionate geek, internet visionary and a full time blogger, he has been teaching MBA students from the past two years, he is a chemical engineer by qualification,. Read my full story here



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