The great German philosopher Novalis once said, “Learning is pleasurable but doing is the height of enjoyment”. But what he failed to mention was that ‘Learning through doing is the epitome of enjoyment’.
And that is exactly what this training program has given me, an elated sense of enjoyment and accomplishment.
I never had imagined that a simple act of introduction has so many facets to it, each trivial on its own but portrays a whole different person when put together. Another thing, equally amazing, was the power of team work and how proper utilization of the competencies of each individual can create a team which is more powerful than what a single individual can ever be. As they say “Individually we are just drops, but together, we are an ocean”. Group discussion, I can say was the one activity pushed my mind to explore new horizons. The dynamics of the “for & against views”, the quick and instantaneous brainstorms to come up with a counter intuitive response made me feel like I had to reach into the far reaches of my brain. The personal interview session cleared up many of my misconceptions I previously had regarding it. I picked up a lot of small, intricate and yet astonishingly effective techniques that could sway the interviewer’s sail towards my direction. Lastly, I learnt the paramount significance of having a great vocabulary. Not only does it make our language rich and unique, but it also gives us a mountain size of confidence and makes us stand out bright among the competition.