If whatever bad and undesirable things your principal, manager or your seniors say to you or do to you do not affect you in your thoughts and feelings negatively at all, you would be in a position to do your best works and study for passing your CA exams the best.
Becoming CA is a long-term goal. It is a minimum of a 5 year goal. And as with attempting to reach any big goals, and whether you like it or not or whether you want it or not, there are problems and challenges involved along the way.
Reaching your big goals are never smooth. There are ups and there are downs. It is not a simple straight line, where you start from the place A and reach the place B. Things come up along the way that can slow you down and even drive you out of your way.
So it is important that, when you are pursuing a big, 5 year goal of becoming CA, you learn how to deal with your problems and challenges the best, so that your progress from the place A to reaching the place B is not slowed down or is put at the risk of not reaching at all because of the daily problems and challenges you face along the way.
Exploitation at the work place
As a CA student, one big problem or a challenge in your way of becoming CA can be the feeling of exploitation in your workplace caused either from the words and actions of your principal, manager, or a senior in your firm.
You may feel exploited when you are told to stay late in the office every day or when you are not granted leaves for your upcoming CA exams.
More than your problems, what is important here is your progress, and for the sake of your progress, carrying a progressive mindset.
People in your CA firm may do you wrong and you may feel really bad about it.
But despite people doing you wrong, if you want to be like progressive people, you need to learn to be unaffected by the problems resulting to you from the people you work with or you work under, and instead continue doing your role as an Article assistant and as a CA student successfully. This is possible when you use your imaginations and, from time to time, practice mental and emotional indifference.
Since your day-to-day problems first affect your mind and emotions (your thoughts and your feelings), training your mind through certain imaginations can help you develop mental and emotional indifference towards the problems and challenges caused by the people at work.
Mental and emotional indifference
Like any super-hero in films, you carried one super-power. And that is this:
No problem in the world affected your mind and emotions, at all, ever.
No problem in the world affected your mind and emotions (your thoughts and feelings), at all, ever, no matter what and no matter who.
Speeding up your progress in the CA course
Do you know what could happen to you if you had that much of a power?
You could reach your heights in your chosen career very easily, without any hassle.
For a CA student like you are, it is your principal, manager or your seniors – when they say or do undesirable things to you on a daily basis, they first affect your mind and emotions, and these in return slows down your ability to carry out your best works, to study for your exams side by side, and to progress in becoming CA as fast as you could. Because you are mentally and emotionally negatively affected.
If whatever bad and undesirable things your principal, manager or your seniors say to you or do to you do not affect you in your thoughts and feelings negatively at all, you would be in a position to do your best works and study for passing your CA exams the best. And in return you would be seeing the best results for your self and progressing in the CA course the fastest.
So the next time when someone says or does something undesirable to you, imagine your mind and emotions (your thoughts and feelings) are not affected by it at all. Open up your mind, think about your big goal of becoming CA, carry out your given works and study side by side for passing your CA exams as best as you can.
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