Ankit Grover is a Masters candidate at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. He is also a writer, public speaker and a public policy enthusiast. He studied journalism, conflict transformation and peacebuilding at the University of Delhi is also a graduate from Mayo College, Ajmer. He has been a District level finalist with Toastmasters in Saudi Arabia, and loves to write poetry and short stories.
If motivation comes really hard to you (like it does to me), start thinking of ways you can spill success from one activity to another. I used this concept to become a dedicated runner, which in turn, has helped me become a more consistent writer.
Though the Middle East provides ample room for every overseas worker to make his fair share of wealth, it is often at the cost of said worker's self-esteem, and in certain cases -- human rights. Unlike their compatriots living "the dream", overseas Indians in the Gulf are not treated at par with the locals and Westerners despite their loyalty, years (often decades) of service, stake in national development (of their host country) and permanent residency cards.
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