This is Gemini Dhar. A take charge expert and author, who has inspired, encouraged people by making them believe their true potential in the path of personal growth and fulfillment.
All of us are put on this planet for a purpose. We are a part of the big picture. But very few people discover their purpose in life. Well, most of them just exist and keep counting their days rather than making their days count.
There is a proverb saying “No pains, no gains.” Yes, absolutely. It takes a lot of efforts to meet and taste the success. A cricketer is not a famous or favorite star on day one. It takes him or her years to become a successful person. To gain something we have to come out of the comfort zone. Life will surely greet with its fruit if you are dedicated towards it. There is no such thing in life that you cannot achieve. You just have to keep a record of yourself with your heart and yes, don’t forget to take your mind. Because, there is no such endeavor that comes without efforts.
We cannot succeed in life without taking pains. I would like to give one simple example here.
To pass examination, students must attend classes regularly and learn their lessons daily. If he or she fails to do it they will surely meet failure. Here teachers take pains in teaching so that their students can learn lessons by scoring high marks.
With all the above points there is also one important thing which you need to be aware of, that is getting feedbacks. It helps in nurturing and shaping your life in a positive way. Sometimes you may think that you are not capable of doing things or maybe you are not good enough to get a job as an actor. These thoughts are just meaningless. That is why having a realistic approach towards life is important. Along with this a pinch of optimism makes to have a better life ahead.
One psychological researcher named Sophia Chou at the National Taiwan University examined this. To put it simply, people who understood the risks but chose to be hopeful about the outcome not only performed better, but were happier. As Chou explains, people who evaluate their situation, but still challenge themselves anyway find that they are better equipped to handle those challenges. The result is a more successful outcome due to their preparation, but also an increase in satisfaction due to their moderate expectations.
So what I am trying to tell you is no matter what you put across as the results and what difficulties you expect along the way, make sure you are always hopeful for the best results. Strengthen your weaknesses and automatically achievements will be the branches.
Three things that will help you to come out of your comfort zone are:
1. Do not postpone your works. Stay with the belief “I can”. Because this helps you to achieve success in your lives.
2. Accept the views of others irrespective of the situations.
3. Cultivate your strengths, and live in the present moment.