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’Success quotient

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Patol Babu was highly satisfied that the acting part that had been assigned to him had been done very well. All the past years of struggle had not been able to diminish or ever hamper his acting abilities in the least. He very much doubted the fact that the film unit people would be able to appreciate the labor and imagination that he had put into this one shot. So even though he needed the money very badly he felt the remuneration he would be given would be insignificant when measured against the intense feeling of satisfaction that he had got for doing his small job with perfection and dedication. So he walked away before he could be paid for his role. In spite of the fact that he needed money badly, he chose not to take it as it was negligible compared to the contentment he felt at his perfected and dedicated performance. For Patol babu, the fact that he was able to perform his minuscule role with perfection was a big success in itself. He felt extremely satisfied with his undiminished acting talent. For him, personal satisfaction was more important than a financial reward.

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