26
Apr
08

Challenges are supposed to stimulate…

It’s good that Malagasy Youth becomes more and more interested in adhering in organizations, clubs and associations. The problem is that in these clubs and association, each member not only is physically but aso mentally committed to contribute in the achievements of the associations’goals. There may be chart and disciplines in these organizations but it’s not compulsory. So it’s not very difficult to remain active member of it since youg people needs freedom. Yet, there are many challenges to overcome in the association and that’s why there are many of the members who become coward and discouraged and finally give up. Could you guess what was wrong? Even if they don’t tell the truth ,their problems was when they had to face hard time and find solutions for big problems. They think that they’re not the ones to have the best solutions and that they are not finally able to do it. I’ve experienced this and I can say that the results are worst than having stayed in the club and try to work with other in order to improve one’s skill and finally achieve the ojectives. Because once you’re out that’s there that you realize you should have done it though because nobody’s perfect in the world. Specific and ideal solution for one specific problem doesn’t exist but everybody just tries to do their best to overcome these. That’s why I say challenges in one’s work and study are supposed to stimulate and not discourage and prevent one person from trying to succeed. If you understand what Isay and is doing it, it’s good but if you are among the ones who were like me. Just think about it and you’ll realize I tell the truth.

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4 Responses to “Challenges are supposed to stimulate…”


  1. April 26, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    Karenichia, tu as raison. Je pense que pour s’investir dans une organisation, un club ou une association, il faut savoir dès le début que l’on devra (donc vérifier si on le peut) s’investir à fond. Il y a beaucoup de contraintes notamment en termes de temps passé à s’occuper d’une association, d’un club ou d’une organisation. Donc beaucoup de motivation mais aussi beaucoup de plaisir quand cela aboutit.
    Bravo encore une fois Karenichia pour ce billet !!!

  2. May 1, 2008 at 11:03 am

    Hello! I am a blog reader from the Philippines. You have a very nice blog. It is worth visiting.

  3. May 22, 2008 at 9:49 am

    back to the reason why people give up: couldn’t this be that the main reason young people join those associations may not be the right ones? I mean, could this be that they leave because their friends left too?

  4. April 17, 2013 at 1:34 am

    I usually do not leave a lot of remarks, but i did some searching and
    wound up here Challenges are supposed to stimulate | Karenichia.
    And I do have some questions for you if you do not mind. Could it
    be simply me or does it appear like a few of these
    responses look as if they are written by brain dead individuals?

    😛 And, if you are writing at other places, I’d like to follow everything new you have to post. Would you list of the complete urls of your social sites like your Facebook page, twitter feed, or linkedin profile?


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