Dude, I'm not sure where you got the negativity from -- perhaps the word "blessed" has more negative connotations in India. If so, then I apologize for my ignorance.
All I'm saying is that you need to be LUCKY. There's an element of luck involved in all things like this, and as such you should feel lucky (or blessed -- i.e. appreciative that you've gotten in) because there's TONS of people who don't get in who are probably just as qualified.
As an example, most people who get into Stanford will tell you that they were lucky as well - there's simply a LOT of people who are just as capable who don't get in.
I'm not on here to be a cheerleader. There are plenty of other admissions consultants out there that will sugar coat stuff - or even BS you. I choose not to. My approach is not better or worse - it's just what I do. In a way, it's why some people reach out to me over others because I do throw caution to the wind. Some people don't like that, which is fine by me. I'm not going to be all things to all people (lesson one in business: if you try to please everyone, you will attract no one).
If there's ever a recurring theme or undercurrent in many of my posts, it's about demystifying the MBA in the first place - it's really not that devastating if you don't get in. It's a luxury, a nice to have - and NOT a necessity. Too many people have convinced themselves that they NEED it, rather than going into the process with a healthier (and therefore more confident) approach, which is treating it merely as a "nice to have".
If you get in, it's sure a lot of fun and a great opportunity. But if you don't get in, it's not that big a deal.
So I do stand by my statement. You SHOULD feel lucky to get into a good school.
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