Sharing the 6 tips with your classmate

As traditionally, in teaching others we teach ourselves; this insinuates that when we share our knowledge with others we are somehow putting the theory into somehow practical work. Sharing is caring; we share things with the people whom we care. Sharing the knowledge is just like putting money into circulation; it only increases its value, worth or usefulness.

I always try to share what things are being taught to me on Amal Academy platform. This time, I was formally assigned to formally do the sharing. Well, I must say that the one friend I chose this time is usually very difficult guy to share some study related work. I decided to play bluff and asked him to come so that we can play the latest release of Counter Strike which I knew he could not deny. He readily accepted my invitation and showed up within half an hour. I told him that the game will take some time to transfer and install (as he didn’t have the latest release in his PC and that bought me time) and in the meantime, let me discuss with you some very useful tips to maximize your career which are as follows:

> Find your passion and align it with your career
> Decisions are very unique to each person, what’s right for one isn’t right for the other
> Own your decisions: Don’t let other people make decisions for you and don’t blame anyone else

> Do an internship before pursuing a higher degree to confirm if you like that field/industry 
> Don’t do PhD if you want to be an entrepreneur or work in corporate sector 
> Spend at least one year in your first job

I also showed him the videos and told him about the complete profile of Sohail Rizvi sb just to make him interested. The trick worked and he paid complete attention to what I was talking about. He agreed to most of the tips but he also made the point that this all looks cool on paper but in actual world it is very difficult to implement; like if you are on a job and you get a better opportunity then it is usually very difficult to turn down the offer. He maintained that it is very difficult to disagree with the tips but the real problem lies with the implementation. It was good to see that he was on the same page with me conceptually. I told him that you can implement anything if you really believe in it. It also dawned on me that when you discuss even the simplest things with your friends; it opens your mind and make you think with a little bit different perspective. I also hope to comply with this concept in the future as

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