Category: Life Decisions
It has never been easier for a story to be shared. Just by clicking on the share button in your social media feed, you could spread something to a large number of people easily.
But before you click on that share button, do you read the entire story in detail? Do you verify the source? And do you check to see if there are alternative perspectives to the story?
The lure of the conventional path is tempting. Especially when you know you are in a position to benefit from the system.
But you know that you will regret if you give up now and go back to the conventional path.
If you don’t lose hope, you will see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Little by little. That’s the only way to make progress.
When we have big dreams and huge goals, the impossibility of achieving them will demoralise us early. Then we get stuck because we don’t see any progress. We feel like any actions we take doesn’t seem to produce any results.
So we feel like giving up.
Living in a city can be stressful. We have many obligations to attend to. Our calendars can get filled up quickly.
But our time is the most valuable resource that we have. Are we protecting and guarding it well by consciously building margin in our schedule?
The idea of “winners never quit, and quitters never win” can mislead you sometimes. The thing is, winners never quit in the important things. But they do quit (sometimes often) from the things that hinder them.
How do you know when it’s time to quit? And how do you know whether to keep going on?
Sometimes we feel like anything less than a huge success is not worth the effort. And if we don’t make it big, we shouldn’t even try at all.
But sometimes when you go big, you lose the opportunity to do the things that you set out to do in the first place. Be it in business or in your career, you don’t always have to go big or go home.
The trajectory of our life is made up of the decisions we make daily. Some decisions are inconsequential, like the outfit we choose to wear on a particular day. Others might have a greater impact on our lives, like the universities we go to or the jobs we accept.
But regardless of what decisions we finally make, the voice that accompanies us daily won’t fail to torment us with never-ending ‘what-if’ questions.
How can we deal with them?
Fear of catching an infectious virus, even if it’s not that deadly. Fear of missing out. Fear of… well, most of the time it short-circuits our brains and leads us to fear death itself.
It’s amazing what fear can do to people. But we can choose to do the opposite instead.
If you have a problem and is wondering who to seek advice from, you better spend the time and effort to understand your problem first.
If you consult someone who has a vested interest in the decisions you make, then that person may not always give you sound and neutral advice.