Pune: Times and Trends Academy for INIFD Deccan students hosted “The Secrets to achieving Personal and Professional Success” an exclusive workshop by giving them new insight to look at life. This three-day workshop was attended by students in overwhelming numbers, along with the faculty, trainers and the Director, Amit Agrawal.
This workshop was conducted by Ms. Leena Bhumra and Ms. Megha Patil. Leena and Megha are Professional Motivational Consultants and Life Coaches. On this particular workshop, Leena says, “ If students understand the meaning of success in their individual lives, then nothing ever can make them unsuccessful, ever.”
Megha shares a similar notion with Leena, and says, “ Due to some misinterpretations about success, most people are unsuccessful and therefore, also unhappy.” The session “The Secrets to achieving Personal and Professional Success” was conducted by Amit Agrawal on the similar lines for the students of INIFD Deccan. He said, “I am happy that the workshop was well received by the students. INIFD Deccan intends to hold many more such workshops that will help students in their lives to reach another level.”
The workshop saw many questions being raised during Question and Answer mid-sessions. Most of the students shared their thoughts on the success. One of the fashion designing students said, “It was indeed an incredible experience. I am happy that INIFD Deccan always gets the best workshops for us. I think I have a better clarity now with things.”
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