There are problems and challenges that you face along the way. There are sometimes failures too. How you choose to deal with the problems, challenges and failures that you face in your CA-pursuit determine whether you will ultimately give up or achieve success.
A lot of us do not know why we do what we do. As a CA student, do you know why you are doing the CA course? If you know it, I’m happy for you, but a lot of CA students do not know why they are doing CA. They have forgotten the reasons that led them to take the CA course, and as a result most of them find themselves into the lost state of mind and they are not able to solve the problems they are facing in the CA course. If you are one among them, then there is good hope for you.
I came up with this website to remind you about your motivations – about all the possible reasons that led you to take the CA course – if you have forgotten them and if you find yourself into the lost state of mind.
Imagine this. You could do anything with your life. Why CA?
What led you to take the CA course? Why didn’t you take any other course that was available to you? Was it expensive? Was it not interesting to you? What are all the possible list of reasons that led you to take the CA course when you could have opted for anything else?
Also, why are you doing CA? And if you wouldn’t be doing CA today, what else would you be doing? Why is there a need to do something in life? Why not simply spend an aimless life?
Because we are not an aimless people. We don’t want to spend our life aimlessly. We want to do something productive and meaningful with our lives. Why would you willfully choose the CA course otherwise?
When you decide to do something productive, meaningful and big with your life, you carry dreams and goals in life. When you willfully opted for the CA course, among other things, your dream or goal should have been to become a Chartered Accountant. If your goal has not been to become a Chartered Accountant, you should not be doing the CA course in the first place, should you?
The major points about wanting to do something productive, meaningful and big things in your life, and about carrying dreams and goals such as becoming CA are that there are problems and challenges that you face along the way. There are sometimes failures too. How you choose to deal with the problems and challenges and failures that you face in the pursuit of your dreams and goals determine whether you will ultimately give up on your dreams and goals or move on from the problems, challenges and failures that you face along the way and move forward and achieve success.
In the following series of articles, I’ll explain you the specific steps involved in the process of carrying dreams and goals like becoming CA, to successfully achieving your goal of becoming CA.
Note: This article is Part 1 of Introduction to the Becoming CA Series. Part 2 will be published soon.