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Weekly Digest #100!!!

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In this digest-

1. Article- The Big Century- 100 Weekly Digests and Lessons

2. Happiness Quotient From Around The World

3. Did You Know?

4. Entertainment Quotient

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The Big Century-100 Weekly Digests, and Lessons

By: Abhimanyu Rao

We are finally on our 100th Weekly Digest! 🎉🥳 For 100 weeks, we have been as consistent as we could with our uploads, working tirelessly to ensure that our readers get the best possible experience while reading our content. This includes changing our website, adding videos to our content, and even completely revamping our format! Through this, we tried to consistently excite and surprise our readers, while persevering to ensure total satisfaction!

It was through all of this work, 100 editions later, that I understood the true value of perseverance! Sticking to something can seem challenging, especially if you get bored easily, but once I list out the importance of sticking to something, you’ll never not want to stick to something!

Firstly, sticking to something is a great way to get your routine in shape! I know, it sounds quite odd when you first hear it, but just think of this as a landmark. If you say that you will do something for an hour every day, you’ll have to schedule your day around it. This will become the “landmark” for you to navigate your day around. This will help you schedule your day, and manage your time, which will, as I have learned, be more and more important as your workload increases.

Furthermore, when you are a student, things keep on changing for you. The level of difficulty in your studies keeps on changing, your friendships may change, and several other things keep on changing in your life. Sticking to one thing can make that thing a sort of anchor, which will remain the same, no matter what else changes. For me, personally, writing every week was a very welcome constant, especially keeping the fact that the past two years were some of the most uncertain, especially for students. Our lives, like everyone else’s, had been turned upside down. Due to this, I felt that having that one unchangeable aspect in my life was very helpful.

Perseverance can make you feel happy. Sure, in the moment, you will probably feel more annoyed than satisfied about the work that you’re putting in, however, soon enough, you’ll begin to feel proud about the level of the work you are doing. This sense of pride in your work is helpful for countless reasons. First of all, it will help you with your other work. If you are happier in general, it will help you be better at all your work. Happiness is also helpful in keeping you healthy, which makes perseverance even better for you!

Experience of hard work is very important! Persevering, and sticking to something will give you the experience of doing a lot of hard work. In the future, this experience will really help you, as you will have become accustomed to a lot of hard work. This will make a lot of hard work seem like a piece of cake to you, since you’d have become used to such strenuous work.

Mastering something is another benefit of perseverance. If you stick to something for long enough, you’ll develop so many related skills that you would have practically mastered that skill. Whether it is a musical instrument, writing, or anything else you persevere to keep your skills honed in, if you stick to it for long enough, you will become a master!

Lastly, perseverance will help you learn how to deal with failure. It is almost inevitable to experience a failure, no matter how small, at least once in your life. If you stick to a skill, you may encounter a small setback. However, learning to deal with this setback early will make it easier for you to deal with setbacks later in life!

These are all the things perseverance has taught me in the past 100 weeks, so who knows what else it can teach you?


By: Agastya Rao


By: Mihir Rao


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Suresh Khajuria
Suresh Khajuria
Aug 28, 2022

Great achievement. 100th Edition, a milestone indeed Boys.The notes on Big Century 100 are too good . Depicts maturity of mind of the Team Paperless Press. Superb.

Liked the new format. Keep it up.

Proud of your feat.


Aug 27, 2022


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