Azhar Iqbal Market
Research Analyst at A.I Training and Consultancy
I have enjoyed being a market research analyst at A.I Training
& Consultancy as it always you backgrounds and fresh basics
when you are in an environment which is your industry.
Feeling those stages again which we have crossed one day,
helping juniors find their way in an appropriate manner…
Interestingly, most of the students when they join know nothing
about “search engine optimization” and now they
are well equipped with knowledge as sometimes I have no answer
to their queries being untouched within the industry for a
Hmm, so the environment is fantastic… and the procedure
of training is pretty logical. There is so much “seo
stuff” available on the internet, but it goes over with
newbie’s. We train them step by step comprehensively,
a clear cut concept of things involved in the strategy. We
train them think seo like a race game, strategizing the plan,
purpose in front, you have to beat your competitor, follow
right rules, continuous efforts... Alarm!!! Relax!!! Alarm!!!
Relax!!! It’s a whole mind game, one who is out, is
out! Training Overview Summary / Overview SEO Training Pay
per Click Ads Tracking Results Website Credibility Site Monetization
Videos and Audios SEO Tools Marketing Tools Interviews I will
be back with more updates from the academy.
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WITH FEAR OF FAILURE
Taare Zameen Par! An Amir Khan bollywood movie… It
has got an excellent approach for those who always posses
a fear of failure inside them. The next day when I have finished
the movie i remembered my old days of SEO…
When I was a very newbie and I had huge fear of failure inside
me! Huh.. In the same week I received a call from my trainee
SEO. He was very stressed and tensed with the poor SEO results
he’s had. I thought to research a little and post about
those who have fear of failure inside them before even they
begin. Failure! What do you feel when you think about failure?
Inadequate? Unworthy? Unlovable? It is so sad that you might
have learned to link failure to your value as a person. Most
people who are successful in their work and their relationships
have experienced many failures along their road to success.
Thomas Edison, the inventor of the electric bulb, is often
quoted regarding failure: "I have not failed. I've just
found 10,000 ways that won't work." "I am not discouraged,
because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward."
"Many of life's failures are men who did not realize
how close they were to success when they gave up." "Show
me a thoroughly satisfied man, and I will show you a failure."
If Edison has been afraid of failure, or believed that failure
meant he was inadequate, he would never have invented the
In order to achieve success in any area of your life, you
need to redefine failure. Instead of seeing failure as an
indication of your inadequacy or lack of worth, you need to
see failure as a stepping-stone to success. Some of the most
financially successful people experienced repeated failures.
* Walt Disney was a high school drop out who suffered bankruptcy
and repeated financial and business disasters.
* Milton Hershey, chocolate maker and founder of the famous
Hershey Foods Corp., found success only after filing for bankruptcy
for his first four candy companies.
* Henry Ford filed for bankruptcy for the first car company
he started. He didn't succeed until he started his third company,
Ford Motor Company.
* After P.T. Barnum, American showman, went bankrupt, he
joined forces with circus operator James A. Bailey to found
Barnum and Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth.
* Quaker Oats went bankrupt three times, as did Wrigley from
Wrigley's Gum. Pepsi-Cola went bankrupt twice. Other famous
companies that also went bankrupt are Birds Eye Frozen Foods,
Borden's,? and Aunt Jemima.
* Albert Einstein did poorly in elementary school, and he
failed his first college entrance exam at Zurich Polytechnic.
* Winston Churchill had a lifetime of defeats and setbacks
before becoming prime minister of England at age 62. All of
his greatest accomplishments and contributions came when he
was a senior citizen.
* Sir Laurence Olivier, one of the greatest actors of the
20th century, tripped over the door sill and fell headfirst
into the floodlights the very first time he had ever set foot
on the professional stage!
* Woody Allen flunked motion picture production at New York
University and the City College of New York and failed English
* Astronaut Ed Gibson flunked first and fourth grades.
* Lucille Ball was once dismissed from drama school for being
too quiet and shy. (From http://www.joesabah.com/dseibert/008.htm)
If these successful people had been afraid of failure, they
would never have offered the world their talents. They were
able to go on to success because they saw failure as a learning
opportunity rather than as an indication of their inadequacy.
Are you ready to change your concept of failure? Are you ready
to let go of worrying about what failure says about you and
just learn from it? Are you ready to free your soul to do
what you really want to do? If the fear of failure is stopping
you from doing what you really want to do, I want to encourage
you to change your concept of failure. I want to encourage
you to let go of your old way of seeing failure and start
to envision failures as learning opportunities on the way
to success. Just as Thomas Edison did, I encourage you to
see every failure as a step forward!
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