Virat Kohli, the epitome of aggressive sportsmanship, was born on November 5, 1988.
Here are five life lessons that we can learn from this India's premier batsman:
1. Be true to who you are (Virat Kohli: Pretension is a poor joke that you play on yourself. Snap out of it. Recognise your strengths, work on your weaknesses. Real achievement is liking what you see in the mirror every morning.)
2.Strive to be the pillar of support as a leader (Virat Kohli: Honestly it is the players that make you the captain that you become. To be very honest, anyone knows how to set fields in the ground, it's just that you have to make sure that you take up the responsibility of keeping the energy of the team up.)
3.Hold yourself to high standards (Virat Kohli: I like to always lead from the front and set an example for whoever is playing with me or around me. I like taking responsibilities. That is my natural thing.)
4. Develop relentless, sickening work-ethic(Virat Kohli: 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.)
5.Take success as a process, not a destination (Virat Kohli: The joy of doing well as a batsman for your country is much more than that little joy of going for a party and enjoying music. It is a completely different high, and I get high by performances. That's what I enjoy now.)
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