Why does once-a-go-get­ter be­come ad­justable?

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Front Page - HTC

What are you liv­ing, your dreams or your fears? A bril­liant young grad­u­ate who was once un­stop­pable and for whom, at one point of time, ev­ery­thing in the world was get­table, slowly, with time, starts re­work­ing on his dreams and re­trac­ing his steps to re­treat into a self-cre­ated shell. He now thinks that the job that he does is more sig­nif­i­cant than him and that what­ever would come to him will hap­pen nat­u­rally, and he can do noth­ing about it. He, how­ever, has fine-tuned him­self to be a mas­ter politi­cian in his job and acts diplo­mat­i­cally, so that the nat­u­ral process of up­lift­ment in the of­fices does not stall. This hap­pens with most of us when we as­sume that this is the end of the world. The once ‘get it’ at­ti­tude fades away to be­come ad­justable, and the killer in­stincts trans­form into a care­ful ‘leaver type’ of in­stinct, as lim­i­ta­tions stand tall. It hap­pens not only to those who are in a job but also self­em­ployed peo­ple. Their ca­reer pro­gresses at a snail’s pace. There is noth­ing wrong with this type of at­ti­tude as this at least feeds and takes cares of the other ne­ces­si­ties of the in­di­vid­ual, but the tide of time is what can rat­tle the per­son. Dur­ing down­siz­ing or eco­nomic reval­u­a­tion, such peo­ple are most prone to get­ting the pink slip. The self-em­ployed lose work with slight­est of the changes in poli­cies as they are averse to adopt­ing the right way and the busi­nesses get eaten up by larger sharks. The key to progress lies buried in a horo­scope, and for the ca­reer worm to progress with­out dip­ping, this key must be un­earthed and fed with pos­i­tiv­ity. Af­ter ap­ply­ing all the per­mu­ta­tions and com­bi­na­tion in the fu­ture life anal­y­sis, the line of least re­sis­tance can be worked out. Read in­sights on many sim­i­lar top­ics on https:// vinay­ba­jrangi.com/blog/ Next week’s col­umn will high­light how dis­cussing busi­ness and mar­i­tal is­sues gain most in the fes­tive sea­son. Get con­nected to Dr Vi­nay Ba­jrangi, a PHD Scholar in As­trol­ogy at www.vinay­ba­jrangi.com or call at 9278665588/ 9278555588. Dis­claimer: The ve­rac­ity of any claims made in the above ar­ti­cle is the sole re­spon­si­bil­ity of the con­cerned en­tity.


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