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The Importance Of Consistency While Chasing After Your Dreams

The fight between me and my dream is about consistency, willingness to show up every single day, no matter how busy I'm doing my responsibilities. The day I don't write or don't read, I feel a big disturbing wave of uneasiness and regret inside me.

For a writer, her/his thoughts are the unique empowering elements of how they see each emotions. The raw idea of a particular thought gives shape to some bigger ideas, solutions, and theories. And I'm afraid that I let go such important thoughts without contemplating the possibilities of their occurrence in my journey.
I can never give up my dream. It's embedded in my DNA. And so is in yours'. Isn't it?

"Consistency is not perfection," but the determination to not give up, and the promise to oneself to show up day-in and day-out even in small ways, taking small efforts towards our success.

I make sure I create the time because I enjoy working on my writing. Every time I lose focus doing my things, I r…

The Power of Waiting When You Don't Know What The Future Holds

I have so much I want to do, in my list. But I don't know which area of life to focus on first.
Do you often feel stuck? Do you feel like there's lot of things you want to do and achieve, but you can't see clearly what's ahead and how to get there? I've been feeling exactly this way from past few weeks! The thought of not making any significant progress had hit me badly. All I was doing was waiting- waiting each day trying to write few lines, to read few lines, and to make some progress. Waiting is good, in fact very good, but our mind is very uncomfortable with waiting.

When we look around, everything seems to be happening fast: fast success and fast results. And it is inevitable to overlook these success stories and wait for our future to unfold before us. It is so likely to feel the urge to take all the short-cuts or detours to reach our success.

In this fast moving society, it is hard to go slow, or to wait. We will find plenty of external voices that make us …