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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

Learnings from Dil Bechara: Sushant Singh Rajput

Introduction Sushant Singh Rajput's last film Dil Bechara was digitally released over Hotstar on 24 July 2020. This is one of the most awaited movies of 2020. Dil Bechara is based on American Writer John Green’s wildly popular novel, The Fault in Our Stars. This movie is full of powerful life lessons and centered around three main characters. All three main characters are nearing towards death and we can understand the importance of our life when we see this movie. Sushant Singh Rajput's character is Immanuel Rajkumar Junior or Manny, who has previously suffered from osteosarcoma and is in remission, Kizie Basu is fighting thyroid cancer and JP is suffering from glaucoma. We expected many more movies from Sushant Singh Rajput but this is his final one. Let us discuss three main learnings from Dil Bechara movie. Three learnings from Dil Bechara 1. Go with the flow of life: There are two ways of living life, the first is to set your life goals and start taking actions to achieve

NM Prathap: The Drone Scientist of India

Introduction Roy T. Bennett once said, " Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.” NM Prathap has proved that our hardest times make us stronger. This success story of Prathap consists of selflessness, courage, patriotism, and innovation. He had denied job offers from more than 87 countries and decided to serve his Nation. He is a true follower of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and selected the path of the country's service. He proved that a son of a farmer may not necessarily become a farmer but he can also become a scientist. Humble Beginning Prathap's childhood dream was to become an engineer but his father's financial condition was not good and hence he took admission to JSS Academy of higher education and research for BSc degree. He was staying in a hostel while continuing education from the college but he got a shock when hostel authorities kicked him out from the hostel due to non-payme

Five Key learnings from SpongeBob SquarePants

INTRODUCTION When SpongeBob SquarePants season 1 was first aired on 1 May 1999, nobody had predicted that it will run for more than two decades. This cartoon series has entertained several generations of kids and adults. SpongeBob SquarePants has a very infectious and annoying personality but we can learn several things from his personality . We will discuss five key lessons that we can learn from Stephen Hillenburg's SpongeBob SquarePants and which can be implemented in our professional or student life. BE THE ETERNAL OPTIMIST We can fail 100 times in our life but we must bounce back again for 101 times in order to accomplish our targets. Once a reporter asked Thomas Alva Edison that you had failed One thousand times before the invention of the light bulb but what kept you motivated? On this Edison answered that I had not failed one thousand times but I learned one thousand ways that won't work. That kind of spirit is required to achieve greater heights in our life. SpongeBob