Meet Ankita

Ankita Sejpal has been in the profession of training and development since a decade now. An inspiration to live life fearlessly, she is also educationist and a corporate trainer. At a very young age of 20 she started conducting training sessions. At such a young age, she was not only able inspire those of the same age and younger, but also those who were much older to her. She has many of her own beliefs due to which she has created magic not only in her life but also in the lives of thousand others.
Belief #1

It is said that words and ideas can change the world.  It depends on us if we wish to use it to inspire, build opportunities or to destroy.

Belief #2

When other’s opinion and judgments does not become your reality that is when you can live a happy life

Belief #3

The world is highly competitive. In order to be irreplaceable one must always be unique.

Belief #4

Travel, test your taste buds and experiment at every walk of life. This teaches us many life skill lessons.

Belief #5

Knowledge, experience and life skills are more important than any degree in this world.

The importance of living in the present and making the most out of it.

She learnt this lesson at a very young age when she was given the statement of FAIL by-mistake in the final year of graduation. To read the entire blog, click here. To read more blogs, you can click

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“Remember then; that there is only one time that is important—now! It is the most important time because it is the only time over which we have any power”- Leo Tolstoy

It might sound simple, ‘live in the present’; however, it is one of the toughest things to do. We all love replaying failed scenarios and regretting things we did or words we said. So much time is wasted worrying about the consequences of our past actions, that we forget to live and make the most of our present. We are not only fretting about the past, but about the future as well. Will things work out as planned? Can I get my dream job? How will I be able to find true love? These thoughts keep plaguing our minds now and then. Do not get me wrong, there is nothing wrong in planning your future or reminiscing your past. It is always great to refresh positive memories and think constructively about your future goals, the problem begins when you sacrifice your present for it.

Not each day will be your best day. There will be good moments and there will be moments of disappointment and failure. However does not mean that we must lose focus on what we are supposed to be doing at that moment. We cannot get our past back, and we have zero control over what is about to happen, so the only moment we must be concentrating on is now. So many a times we ignore the task at hand because we are worrying or occupied with incidences that have passed or in anticipation of future events. We fail to do what is expected of us in the present because we fail to prioritize. Time and tide waits for no one, and if we waste the precious gift of the present (pun intended!), then we will only have yet another thing to regret.

I would like to elaborate the importance of living in the present through an anecdote from my own life. I have always been an academically strong student throughout my school and college life. For this very reason, I was hardly worried when my TY results were to come out. I was in the assumption that like always, I will do well this time too. To my utter disbelieve and shock, the results displayed a fail against my name. I was worried beyond my wits and spend the night and the next day severely anxious. When I reached my college to check my marks which were displayed on the notice board, it still showed fail. I felt like my world had collapsed.

However when I checked the breakup I realised that I had scored a 27 in one subject while all my others subjects were above 80. I knew there has to be an error in my result and I pulled myself together and after gaining some composure I went to the Principal and requested for a re evaluation. As expected they has been an error and my score was a 72 instead of a 27.I was told that the rectification could be made , but it was going to be a long process.

On the very same day, I was to give a class of 100 students a lecture on audit. Though I was extremely tense, I still went and did my job as expected of me. I had to give a number of interviews with the faulty mark sheet, though some institutes rejected me, many other institutes decided to call me in for demo classes, and by the grace of God and my hard work a number of coaching institutes and colleges  selected me as a lecturer.

My mark sheet was rectified only after a year. Had I lost hope and felt inferior and sad about my misfortune, I would have landed nowhere. Instead I decided to leave my past behind and work on my present to bring in a brighter future. I did not let my worries come in the way of my job.

As humans, it is but natural to worry and contemplate about our past and future. Here are some tips we can follow when living in the present becomes difficult. Rid yourself of any negative item person or memory of the past. The more you are in touch with your past, the lesser you connect to the present. Forgive anyone who has hurt you, because you deserve to live without the burden of grudges. Dream about the amazing things in store for you in the future, but work hard to achieve them today.

Let the thoughts of a bright future act as a motivation to perform every task with complete dedication and earnestness. Worry about nothing, what is to happen will happen. Redirect all that mental energy into something more concrete, today. Try assessing situations with maturity. Only people who are weak from the inside let their surroundings affect their productivity.

Smile, no matter what the situation. You are the master of your mind, and if you convince it into thinking positively, only positivity will surround you. Finally, realise that you are better than your past. Do not let your past blackmail you into ruining a beautiful present and future.


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Unplugged Talks helps you to find opportunities by speaking your heart out. Does speaking openly create opportunities? Yes; It certainly does. Join our community to understand more. Unplugged Talks helps you to take correct decisions yourself. It helps you to become bold, fearless and makes you capable of solving your own problems.

This saying is absolutely true, “Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.” So become more informed and aware by reading blogs. You may also join this community to avoid making mistakes and learn from other’s experiences.

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