Showing posts with label career. Show all posts
Showing posts with label career. Show all posts

Tuesday 19 December 2023

Great Nourishment and more from Sunbeam School Lahartara


I as a learner, feel immense pleasure to be a part of a My Good School reading program; it helps me enrich myself with ethical thoughts. It provides supplements to grow healthy, think healthy, and be healthy.

It inspires me with great motivational stories. In every session of good school. I learned something new.

I enjoy being a part of it, reading stories every Sunday.



A career transition refers to the process of discovering and pursuing a new career. Also known as a career shift or change, a career transition entails the act of seeking an occupation other than your present one. For instance, you start your career in accounting and subsequently move into technology.



"There is more treasure in books than in all the pirates' loot on Treasure Island... "

I used to love to hear stories or novels from others, but I was much happier when a book was written for me. I love when students go to the library and search for books on me and try to find them on the internet. I love when some schools ask for books with stories about fantasy, and they crave me. It gives me immense happiness.

Also, children of all ages take a lot of interest in reading me and sometimes melt into my world and feel happy. I feel really content to be with enthusiastic children.                 


Wednesday 13 December 2023

THE ANTIDOTE 💊 - Tenzin Nyingsel

Whatever we do in our lives costs one or more of the other important things we possess. There is always a hidden cost, whether it's the capital or the time. Our possessions should always be spent on the right things; we will only start putting our hearts into them. Later, we get the passion for it, and we never know how that becomes a career in our very lives.

If we keep these essential points in mind whenever we choose to do something, we shall never need an antidote to continue what we are doing or about to do.

"A samosa doesn't cost £15, it costs your health.
YouTube doesn't cost £300-£400; it costs your health.
Social media isn't free; it costs your focus."

As a result, remember that "There is always a hidden cost."

Tenzin Nyingsel
Pestalozi Children Village Society
Class X

Friday 3 June 2022

Why you should join My Good School? - Anusha Jain

Anusha Jain 
Class 10
Ahlcon Public School

My Good School works for the personal and social development of every individual. Find out how we work and what is in store for you?
Discover more www.GoodSchools.IN


Sunday 2 January 2022

Find Your Calling - Rishona Chopra

Based on the chapter Find Your Calling from Is your child ready to face the world by Dr Anupam Sibal.

We all are here to play our part. We are born to discover, create and learn. We are born to dream, but

we must not choose it under pressure to turn to our profession. We must stick to our true calling.

People might say even our parents might say, “ Be a doctor.” But you actually want to be an engineer. 

When people don’t do what they want to do, they are not happy and might fail too! 

Everybody takes time to decide some at high school others at a very young age, but we must choose

our true calling...

Now I’d like to present a story..(not a true story but can be)

                                        Choosing my calling  

I was pressured to be an engineer as the growing technology amazed people as a child. 

I wasn’t really interested in technology. I wanted to save lives and be a doctor. Although this made

people impressed, my parents said, “ For years, people have been engineers in the family, and we need

this to continue.”

I knew being an engineer would not make me happy at all, and that was not my calling. 

That night, I told my parents that I genuinely wanted to be a doctor that helps people more; screens damage

eyes and I could cure that. Listening to that, I thought my parents felt proud and disappointed

at the same time, but they supported me!

Now I am a successful neurosurgeon! Imagine if I didn’t choose my calling would I be happy? 
I don’t think so.

Although we might be pressured, we must choose what really makes us happy.

Rishona Chopra

Grade V

Gyanshree School