What was the toughest decision you ever had to make?

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Shivam Patel said:   6 months ago
I choose a career in B-Tech, even though it was challenging for me as I came from a Hindi medium background and it was mostly in English. However, I was interested in facing new challenges, so I accepted it and completed it successfully.

The most important thing is that once you make a decision, you have to be responsible and stick to it, and prove that it was worth it.

Harshitha said:   7 months ago
After completion of my 12th standard, I was confused a lot about which field I have to choose either degree or B-Tech and I don't have any idea on both fields.

Finally, I joined in B.Tech and I am in my final year now. It was one of the toughest decisions.

Vinay kumar T said:   9 months ago
I have studied BCA In the degree which is the most important decision I have taken in my life .at the beginning I have no idea about that course even though I have chosen that because of my father.

After that, I thought that I have taken the right choice because I can able to understand coding languages and I got some ideas about it and I started to learn things and I successfully completed my BCA Graduation very well with a CGPA of 8.9. This is the most important decision I have taken in my life.

Harshit said:   11 months ago
The toughest decision of my life is to select a stream in 11th standard. My parents wants me to be a doctor and the fact that they were willing to even send me for coaching and all, they insisted a lot. Considering the fact that, I was not sure of what I wanted to be, I finally decided to opt for Commerce, that was a tough decision for me given the circumstances then.

Anam said:   11 months ago
I think my biggest failure till now was not knowing how to manage my time between many things that were going on simultaneously back when I was preparing for JEE. I had to manage my preparation for JEE Test as well as mark efficiency. So back then I couldn't do it. But after that, I observed myself and focused on how can I stop myself from overthinking which consumed a lot of my time. I was worrying about the results than focusing on the efforts to help me achieve that results. By changing my habits as well as my perspective to see things I have now been able to find a balance. Now, I know that we can give our best efforts and just expect the best instead of thinking about the worst outcomes. Thinking positively has helped me a lot.

Anu said:   1 year ago
After my degree I don't like to go computer course in ITI, my decision is to go to the aviation course but my family& financial problems I joined the computer course. That is my most challenging situation.

Shakthi shetty said:   1 year ago
After completing my PUC, I am confused by what to take. Whether I will do only BBA or along with bba I have to take other course. So I finally done BBA with AHM.

Manohar said:   1 year ago
Making decisions will not be tough as long as you have clear thought process. But on our path of fulfillment of that decision we should not look back and rethink about taking this decision. One must believe in his path no matter what.

Anusha said:   1 year ago
By Leaving my family, I came to Bangalore to search a job in this pandemic is the toughest decision in my life.

Vamsi said:   2 years ago
In recent times, the toughest situation I had faced during this pandemic time after my degree completion in this covid lockdown.

I was in my home passing every day some mental pressure and the financial problem was the hardest thing at that time, I have seen my parent's hard work for us I have to pay them off as soon as possible.

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