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Climb Your Mountain

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Tushar Kohli

on 20 November 2014

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Transcript of Climb Your Mountain

Climb Your Mountain
Tushar Kohli
Stuck in a rut?
Accomplish anything!
Achieve anything!
The Importance - Hurdles
Take risks
Step out of your comfort zone
Make the best of what life throws at you
Solution: Sustain & Maintain
Small, sustainable changes - key
Easy to maintain
My Personal Experience
Better public speaker
Don't get discouraged
Desire for the unfamiliar?
Predictable school routine
Friends I've made
Experiences I've had
Would be impossible...
What If...?
Take the Detours
Seize opportunities
Enjoy the journey
Expand your horizons
The Benefits
Matt Cutts
Self-confidence sky-rocketed
Time more memorable
Stepping Stone
Find activity, hobby
Everyday, practical
My Mentor
"Broadens knowledge"
First-hand benefits
Influenced personal and professional life
What would it be like to...?
Eat same, bland food every day
Watching same channel
Life is bound to change
Keep an open-mind
Might just enjoy the changes
Why Not?
What are you waiting for?
The next 30 days are going to pass...
So why not try something new?
So what would you choose?
Boring, uninteresting, unexciting cheese pizza
Crazy, fun, spicy 2-topping pizza
"Yes" to the crazy, fun pizza
I had not tried new things...?
Tried New Things!!
Trying new things =
Find your passion
Learn a new skill
Increase self-confidence
Psychologist Alex Lickerman
CEO of Microsoft - Satya Nadella
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