Success: 5 Rules to success - Isika Emmanuel 1

Success: 5 Rules to success

My greatest and valuable discovery is not as a result of various talents but patient observation”
I kept on meditating on this word then something sprang forth in my mind
Talent doesn’t determine your success, patient and correction of missed target actually does.
Until you learn to attempt a failed project from different perspective you will forever continue to get the same result. Sometimes we try to access a problem from a different perspective yet we refuse to put those errors from the first failure into consideration. We refuse to correct them.
Try something different and you will get something new

How To Succeed Rule 1

  • Accept you have failed: The truth of the matter is most times we never accept our failures. Sometimes we try our best to tell ourselves “I suppose to have a good result, I did all things possible” and even other times you say “I am too big to fail”.
A lecturer shared this story:
I graduated from polytechnics of Ibadan as an statistics student. I gained admission into University of Ibadan to study Economics. There was a course of mine, it was 4 units and the title is “Introduction to Statistics known as STA 102”. Due to my certificate as a graduate from one of the best polytechnics, I zeroed my mind that STA 102 is a goal. I have passed.
It took me by surprise that at the end of the semester I score 35 F. I was like this is not my result.
I took the matter to the school authorities and at the end I was told this was my real result.
I registered the course again the following year as a carry over course. I had same mentality that my degree will earn me a decree of an A. Unfortunately again I carried the course again.
I came to my sense and sat down and examined the situation at ground.

How To Succeed Rule 2

  • Examined the situation at ground: Analyze the situation that result in failure and note your relevant and irrelevant findings.
Then I realized after proper analysis that in polytechnic of Ibadan I deal with practical statistics but in university of Ibadan we are been taught theoretical statistics. I also realized that I have been using wrong approach to answer questions here. Then I adjusted and guess what?
I had a 68B at the end of that session.


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