Most Important thing learned from the fellowship
This fellowship had been an amazing journey for me. The learning which I have got from these three months is more than the learning of my whole life.
Amal. The core purpose of joining Amal academy was to discover my purpose. We all hear that each person is sent in the world for a reason and each individual has a unique purpose. Apart from learning about my purpose, I have been able to learn approximately 30–40 new things and skills which I am going to apply in my upcoming life. The things which I have learned from the fellowship are as following.
- Eik aour Eik giara
- Kam, kam aour kam
- Elevator Pitch
- PASSENGER framework (Passion, Audience, Support, Specific, Engage, Non-verbal, Gratitude, Equip, Real)
- Resume/ Cover Letter
- Secrets of Positive Thinking
- Problem Solving
- Importance of Networking
- Business Writing
- Professionalism (Punctuality, Dressing, Energy)
- 9 tips for career development
- Facing your failure
- Lifelong Learning
- Smart Goals
- Difference between hobby/ job/ career/ vocation
- Importance of gratitude
- Importance of networking (peers, mentors etc)
- Acts of kindness
- Life of immersion
- Communication Skills (Written, oral)
- Problem Solving
- Stress management
- Time management
- Happiness advantage
- Interesting vs interested concept
These are some of the skills/concepts that I have learned from the Amal Academy. The unique thing about the Amal Academy is that it believes in the practical implementation of the skills and not just the theoretical concepts. Amal has essentially made us a lifelong learner. Amal is an essential part of our life now. The concept which I believe to be very powerful is,
Its not about the destination ! It’s about the journey, and it is important that you enjoy the journey because that’s where all the learning is.
For me the most important thing that I have learned from the Amal Academy is Amal. The reason I believe this to be the most important thing is you may have 100 brilliant ideas in your mind but they are just ideas and are of no worth unless you have Amal ; unless you take action and try to execute those ideas. I have thought to apply this principle in my practical life. Whenever I will have a new idea in my mind, I will apply Amal and go and try to execute that idea. Whether fruitful or not, but at least I will have a clear view about the potential of that idea.
In the end I would like to thank Sir Benje Williams and the whole Amal Team for putting up such an extraordinary work.
Thank You from the bottom of my Heart !