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11 Life Lessons From Squid Game

Introduction The Squid Game is one of Netflix’s best performing K-Dramas to date since its release. It was even ranked No. 1 in the Netflix U.S. Top 10 list after breaking the record of Sweet Home’s Rank 3. Squid game episodes held the viewers at the edge of their seats with compelling characters and a twisted premise. The Squid Game is Netflix’s latest overnight sensation that explores the darker sides of humanity. The Squid Game episodes teach us 11 Life Lessons. 11 Life Lessons From Squid Game 1. Trust people carefully You must be careful in the life of whom you trust. In the Squid Gameshow, a lesson can be learned from the betrayal done by Cho Sang Woo’s (Park Hae Soo) with Abdul Ali (Anupam Tripathi) who admired and was kind to Sang Woo throughout the show but was brutally killed because of him during the game of marbles. 2. Money isn’t everything Money is very important but it can’t buy you satisfaction or happiness in life. Oh II Nam (Oh Yeong Su) was the mastermind behind the g

Fire of motivation: Life story of Kalpana Saroj

It's really true that when we see a person's success then we cannot see her life struggles. Today Kalpana Saroj is the owner of 3000 Crore company known as Kamani Tubes, she is also a successful builder, social worker, and a great entrepreneur. She had won the Padma Shri award from the Government of India for her contribution towards the welfare of society. Her life story is not so sweet and she faced so many challenges in her life. She got married at the age of 12 years with a person of higher age. Her inlaws were very bad and used to beat her on a daily basis. When her father visited her house and saw her bad condition then he decided to bring her back. She tried to start her studies again but her neighbors and classmates started asking why she had come back again? This made her the victim of stress and she decided to take her life by poison. She drank poison but doctors saved her. On that day she got her new life and decided if we can die while working then why not live

Important rules of Ikigai

Do you know why Japanese people have the highest life expectancy rate in the world? There are very basic rules that Japanese people used to follow in their daily lives and that is the main reason for their higher life expectancy. Héctor García and Francesc Miralles beautifully explain the term " Ikigai" in their book with the same name. Ikigai means having the reason for getting out of bed every morning. Many of us do not have very purposeful goals and used to live a sloppy life. We must have purposeful and fulfilling goals in order to have a long and happy life. Héctor García and Francesc Miralles interviewed several centenarians (A centenarian is a person who has reached the age of 100 years) and many things were found common about the lifestyle of these people. They all have Ikigai in their life. Let's see what are those basic rules they follow in their life: 1. Eat less: We must not eat more and more. Centenarians explained how they always keep their stomach a lit

Soichiro Honda: Powerful motivational story

There's a famous Japanese saying “Nana korobi, ya oki” which means “Fall seven times, stand up eight.” This proverb fits Hundred percent to Mr. Soichiro Honda. Many times we become myopic and start weeping for our failure but we must remember the story of Honda who displayed "never say die attitude" by tackling so many failures without stopping. Since childhood Honda was enthusiastic about automobiles, he used to help his father in the Bicycle repair workshop. He started an apprenticeship in a workshop at the age of 15. Soon he gained interest in designing piston rings for a car.  He left his job and started his own company after selling all of his valuables and his wife's jewelry. He now started dreaming of working with Toyota Motor Corp. He showed his design of piston rings to Toyota management but all of the designs got rejected by the management and many people started laughing at him. But he tried again and prepared 3 lakh designs for piston rings and showed