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Improving Core Aspects of Personality Can Only Lead Success in SSB – Part1

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Serving motherland is always a honour that one can get in his or her lifetime but it’s a big responsibility too. And hence it cannot be given to everyone. A very stringent selection procedure is justified in this sense because a high responsibility work is awarded after that. SSB is such one procedure running in our country that is very much customised as per our requirement and developed specially to suit the Indian needs. It’s the only procedure where constant supervision is kept for continuous five days and a simulated environment is provided to gauge the capabilities of the candidates so that they prove their worthiness and earn the coveted title of serving our motherland.

But the question is what they look in those five days. Very simple they only look for few aspects of our personality that are core to us. The todays heading answers all the doubts as these are the only aspects that are being judged at SSB. To understand the core aspects of one personality one should self-introspect on following key area:
  • How a person is brought up?
  • What important events have shaped his/her life and the impact of such events?
  • Which places and facilities I have lived with?
  • Who all are the important people one has lived with and the impact of the thought process of such people?
  • Vision/ Mission of one’s life?
Moral value system taught by parents and the values that has been followed?
One of my mentee asked me during the personal mentorship that I provide that what all should I do while doing self-introspection , and hence I write this article to suggest that self-personality introspection is essential to see where one stands and where one need to go. Once this thought process is complete one can realise that life is a jargon of various principals and other value system and few have been embedded in us by our parents and they are difficult to change as a person grow up . Understand it by an example of a seed that one plants. Once the seed has saplings and grows into a plant it can be transplanted at different places, but if it grows too big can you move it out?  But then what should one do?

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Should we sit like this and relax thinking that now I cannot change and nothing could happen. There are ways to everything and I will cover it in Part 2 of this series. Still if you have any confusion or feel to take individual assessment of personality for olq’s or prepare from your place itself through one to one interaction through my mentoring / counselling program drop me a mail at jayendrapsingh@gmail.comor add me on Fb and drop in a message. Let’s travel the success path together because it’s all about improving personality and not getting ready made material made by some other personality. I would call it imposition rather than modification.

Read Part 2 Here

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 Jayendra Singh, Editorial Team

Jayendra is pursuing MBA from IIM Ranchi and is a die heart counsellor for defence aspirants. He was recommended in the first attempt for Indian navy UES entry and is willing to help aspirants to make use of his experience in this field.
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Jayendra Singh
Jayendra Singh
Jayendra Pratap Singh is an Alumnus of IIM Ranchi, specialized in Human Resource and is a die heart counsellor, advisor and mentor for defense aspirants. He was recommended in the first attempt for Indian navy UES entry and is willing to help aspirants to make use of his experience in this field.
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