Hard-Work Always Pays Rich Dividends…

“HN Girisha, son of a daily wager from Karnatka with an impairment in his left leg won a silver in the men’s high jump event at the Paralympic Games in London, clearing a career-best height of 1.74m.” (The Times of India, New Delhi, Wednesday, September 5, 2012)

Heartiest congratulations, Girisha.  You have done your parents and your country proud by winning the silver medal.

Girisha quit his bank job six months back to focus fully on his training and give it his very best for participation in the games. Expressing his joy at winning the medal and dedicating the same to the disable community in India, he said,

” I am very happy that finally my hard work earned result.” and added, “I could win a gold here, missed by a whisker. I can win gold in Rio. This year there is world championship in Paris and I am targeting gold there as well.”

What a great example of hard work, dedication, determination and focus, the essential ingredients for success. And what a go-getter attitude…Hats off!

“Hard work never goes waste;  it always pays rich dividends”, with these words, I sign off this blog post wishing that achievement of Girisha may inspire many ‘Girishas’ among us to give our very best.


5 thoughts on “Hard-Work Always Pays Rich Dividends…

  1. Even if your hard work doesn’t pay you back immediately( it sometimes happens so) it has helped you gain a lot.And it will reward you surely in the future. All good things done by you ,come back to you. 🙂

  2. sir , u r true . but in todays life nobody care about hard work . everyone wnts to earn money by using shortcuts . i also does not in such a hard work after a level.

  3. Sir if I workhard for 3-4days then I am unable to work thatway for the next one week.Even sometimes my exams get affected.So please suggest me to cope with this situation.

    • Sorry for the delayed response…You need to analyse as to why you are not able to work hard consistently and with focus. This analysis will help you to identify the cause of your behavior. Address the cause and hopefully, you’ll be able to solve your problem of inconsistency.

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