Before starting on the path to prepare for the JEE, it is important for an aspirant to have a very strong personal need to do so. Simply wishing to succeed in the JEE will not be enough to see them through the rigorous and challenging preparation process.

There is a difference between a need and a wish. When something is our need, it is of paramount importance and is the only priority. We are willing to make sacrifices, such as giving up leisure activities and social events, in order to focus on our need. This focus and dedication reflects in the amount of effort and work we put in.

A strong personal need can stem from a variety of factors such as a desire to pursue a specific field of study, a lack of opportunities in immediate environment, or a desire to prove their worth and capabilities.

The need to succeed in the JEE should be the driving force behind the aspirant's preparation, and all other aspects of their life should be aligned with this need. This includes setting clear goals, creating a study schedule, and being held accountable for their progress.

A strong need to succeed in the JEE becomes the source of willpower for an aspirant. Willpower is the determination and grit required to convert an aspirant's emotions into actions. This willpower is reflected in the daily routine of an aspirant and how rigorously they are able to complete the tasks they have assigned themselves in order to meet their need of cracking the JEE.

Willpower helps an aspirant to stay focused and motivated. However, willpower centres everything on the individual and may prevent one from seeing the overall picture. Faith in oneself, in one's parents, and teachers, and overall setup, helps the aspirant to stay grounded and not let the small setbacks or failures derail their overall plan. Faith allows the aspirant to see the bigger picture and to keep working towards their goal, even during difficult times.

There are many instances where an unexpected stimulus had an avalanche effect on the overall process and aspirants were unable to give their best. On other hand faith helped some other aspirants to take the exact same stimulus constructively and do miracles.

As a coach, our role is to guide and support our aspirants as they navigate through the challenging journey of preparing for the JEE. However, one of the most significant challenges we face is to ignite a burning passion within our aspirants to excel in the JEE. It's not something that can be forced or imposed, the desire to succeed in the JEE must be deeply ingrained in their subconscious, driving them to take consistent action towards their goal.

We can support this drive by providing them with the necessary resources, guidance, and help them to stay motivated and focused on their goal. We can help them set clear and realistic goals, create a study schedule that works for them, and hold them accountable for their progress. But ultimately, it's the aspirant's own inner fire that propels them towards greatness. We can't light a new flame, but we can fan the existing one, and with our guidance, it can burn brighter and stronger.

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