Jeetujayson Raju Talks About The 3 Golden Rules Of Becoming A Celebrity PR Agent
If you are passionate about cooking you not only have to cook the food but also wash the dishes. At least in the early stages of your career until you hire someone to delegate it to. So lets look at what the 3 golden rules are.
The three golden rules is also applicable to other things in life as well. But however you can use it to become a celebrity PR agent as well. Jeetujayson Raju is an entrepreneur and mental health advocate. He is also nick named Celebrity PR agent due to his work with Canadian actor Chase Tang and British Rugby Player turned actor and entrpenreneur Keith Mason.
Any kind of success requires effort in the right direction. But its not always fun, infact when you run a company all the bad and boring problems are funneled to you. If you are passionate about cooking you not only have to cook the food but also wash the dishes. At least in the early stages of your career until you hire someone to delegate it to. So lets look at what the 3 golden rules are.
Have two reasons why you do something
When the journey gets tough, boring and painful your long term goal or passion isn’t going to propel you. Sometimes your passion can propel you but not everything in life can be passion driven. When the pain kicks in you need an immediate reward to keep going. You need a reason that rewards you now not 2 years later. The reason to do something painful is that physical reality becomes malleable instantly whe you suffer and endure pain. Life happens exactly the way you want if you bare pain. You instantly become superior to others who choose to avoid pain. “This angle of thinking about doing the painful stuff helps me plough through things that I don’t wanna do” says Jeetujayson Raju. He added “I don’t try to butter myself up with affirmations or trying to pretend that I am passionate about something that I am not. It is what it is.”
Ask objective questions and never ask subjective questions ever.
Don’t ask can I do it? Or how can I do it? Subjective questions are unanswerable. Instead ask How to do it? Keep your self image out of the picture. When you ask question with the word “I” in it just know that its a bad question. And there is such a thing as bad problems. You don’t want to get stuck at a problem that has no solution and waste your life around it. Move on from any personal doubts by asking only objective questions. And avoid all subjective interpretations of the questions that you might need to ask on your journey towards your goals in life.
Outward improvement instead of self improvement.
There is no such thing as self image and there is no need to improve it. It's a concept like Santa Claus. You realize at a certain age that its silly to carry an imaginary friend with you all the time. It doesn't matter if it's santa or a ghost or a self-image. All of them have to be outgrown with age. If there is no physical or measurable indicator of incompetence in your body like not having a limb or your medical report is messed up then you are objectively competent to do what you want to do. A lot of people waste a lot of time, energy, money and constantly overthink about self improvement as if it is real. Instead direct all the time, energy, money and mental energy that you already spending on outward improvement. Don’t make the inward journey there is nothing to fix there. Turn outward and fix things around you not within you.
Those are the 3 golden rules to not just to become a celebrity pr agent but also to achieve other things in life according to Jeetujayson Raju. If you want to stay updated then follow Jeetujayson Raju on his social media.