Friday, September 14, 2007

Frustration!

When you know you are right; when you are confident about your capabilities; when your journey has been smooth and successful till date; when you had planned to implement a proper strategy in your near future; when you are all set to attain your goals; when you have put up ways to balance your personal, official and social lives together; when you actually feel you are growing - suddenly, when you come across certain slight tremors deteriorating your performance; what would you do ideally?

Reach the heights of frustration spoiling your in and out of everything? Face a miserable period in life?

6 comments:

praveen said...

People when they are subjected to negligence, lack of authority, when feel unappreciated it is natural that we bury our faces in our fingers. That is called frustration.

Our social interests and at times our personal inerests vests based on our Corporal interfaces. In such cases one can understand how things will go bad...

Now you have a very thin line between Personal and Social life
I think our understanding of the borders between personal and corporate life got to be thicker than now.

I suggest you read my "Credibility Questioned" (http://pinkurippukal.blogspot.com/2007_05_01_archive.html) once (or once again). Bcoz I wrote that in a similar circumstance. But more worser than yours :(

Abru said...

HI...
I came here through Ouchmytoe...

U've got a nice blog... I've read all the posts in one go.... (to be frank... I skipped around 5 posts... )
Good one...
Keep blogging...

Anuradha said...

Praveen,

I like your definition of frustration(//People when they are subjected to negligence, lack of authority, when feel unappreciated//). I have never mixed my personal life with official or social life. Whatever it may be I would love to live it to the fullest.

As I mentioned certain tremors occurs in between; when life is going on smoothly.This time I was a little childish(I have to accept),but cant blame me alone. Of course, it depends upon the intensity of tremors.

Will surely read your article once again...

Anuradha said...

Hi Abru,

Thanks a lot for your appreciation! After all, feedback matters!

Man, u've got so much patience to read them all in one go...keep reading! (and don't forget to read those 5 posts which u skipped)

Rajesh Anandakrishnan said...

Hi Anuradha,

I came to this blog through ouchmytoe. Good blog and my suggestion is - add somenice pictures related to your writing.

all the best.
Rajesh A

Anuradha said...

Thanks Rajesh,

I have been adding pictures for my previous posts and stopped in between. Planning to continue.

Keep reading...