Virat Kohli is celebrating his 33rd birthday this year with a bang of ICC T20 Wordcup running in the mid phase.
Personality- a person with a different set of characters rather a unique set of characters, behaviors, thoughts and feelings. There are different types of personalities & one of them is Role Model. It’s not that easy being a role model, to someone, to the society and most importantly to the self.
Most often we heard of role models, youth icons, inspirations and influencers; today one of such super human with some extra ordinary skills, a person with different touch and taste, is celebrating his 33rdbirthday, Virat Kohli! Man who breaks Newton’s law of energy by creating it in the difficult situations of the matches in the cricket field.
Virat (Meaning Ruler, Leader, Heroic or Enormous), Name itself has its own meaning which reflects the true character of Kohli. One of the most discussed, one of the greatest cricketers ever played, one of the most popular personalities in the world and at the same time one of the most arguable sportsman. Arguable for his aggression, his attitude towards society and his choices.
But the true ideal is made when he doesn’t care about all these opinions made by society, Virat Kohli is the same, he never focuses on trolls rather give them answers with the bat on the field; and that’s makes his different from others, that makes him an inspiration to be. Even once he said,
“I don’t attend trolls, but they give me more confidence to bat in the next match & I love to shut their mouths with it.”
Here Are Three Things Which Youngsters Should Learn From Kohli:
Being successful is never easy and if you are willing to achieve greatness you have to pay the price first. It all depends on your hunger to succeed and the price for this has always been self-discipline and your work ethics.
One of the biggest factors in the success of Virat Kohli was his extreme self-discipline through his rigorous work ethic. When Kohli made his debut in the Indian cricket team he looked like a spoiled brat but after the 2011 world cup win, he channelized his raw aggression and anger into a well-disciplined mindset which is required to be the best in the game. It might sound extremely difficult but once you get used to it you will have unlimited benefits.
Passion might sound like a fancy word, but if you want to understand the real meaning of passion look how Virat Kohli plays a game. He proved his will power and passion when he came to bat after the death of his father and played a match-saving knock of 90 against Karnataka in Ranji Trophy.
If you are passionate about what you do, nothing can stop you from achieving greatness. There is always a way. One thing which every young boy and girl should keep in mind that when you blend your passion with undying will power you become unstoppable.
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Be it his eating habits, workout or training to improve his batting, he always works on his weaknesses to become the best version of himself. From a chubby boy to a supremely fit and agile athlete, he has come a long way by working on his weaknesses. To follow his passion for cricket, he gave up on his favourite food without any complaints. In his own words, “Never at any point did I feel like missing a training session. I was very keen on improving as a cricketer and as an international player.”