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What did Rajkumar Hirani’s 3 Idiots teach us?
“Run behind Excellence and Success will follow”
and my way of saying the same is
“Excellence is a lizard and Success, its tail. Achieve excellence and you have success. While if your tail [Success] is cut, it will regenerate.”
Psychologically speaking, an aim of success will always instigate certain other feelings like impatience, intense desire and heightened attachment to your goal, anger on other people who share your desire for such an eventuality of success. Anger further leads to delusion and oversight, which can turn into confusion and literal “chemical locha in the brain”. Such a state of senses might lead to an eventuality of the destruction of mind and intellect.
We can say that Success is relative and Excellence is permanent.
Success is blocked by concentrating on it and planning for it… Success is shy – it won’t come out while you’re watching.
As Sam Wing once said
Success has a simple formula: do your best, and people may like it.