Psychology of success Series
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How to start dreaming, before planning success in life?

In periods of struggle and hustle stick to dreaming that one day this failed and impossible will be a possible and successful venture. Don’t panic. Love the work you do and do the work you love. This is not an analogy but the real essence of life. When you do the work you love most, you will be able to work for longer periods.

You will not complain about anything or anybody. You will be busy with your own work. Complaining means that you have a reference point about an issue and you can’t do anything about it. To live fully and letting others live is a first step in achieving your happiness and peace of mind, body, and soul.

There is no secret of people leading their lives successfully. If there is, it is only that they do whatever they think interesting and in alignment with their values. Personal philosophies are subject to change and we have the power to choose the outcomes of our lives callings.

“We are here to put a dent in the universe,” said Steve Jobs. We are here for a special reason and that special reason is to live fully, enjoy this journey and give something back to the community. It is not society, government or economic or market situation that keeps us from achieving unbelievable results but only we are who keep us back.

The way which keeps us towards the top is dreaming, imagining, planning, and then doing our work we are passionate about. Making history is not easy without vulnerability to take risks, bearing uncertainty, keeping a check on anxiety, having the courage to face your personal and professional fears, managing life through time and self-management.

All of those who show us what is possible for us were people who struggled a lot. There were tears, sweat, and blood in the battlefields. There were personal and professional humiliations, bullying, harassments, violence, and dehumanization. However, they were determined to make their dreams possible, no matter what the consequences might be.

Finally, they did what they wanted and when we see around us whatever is made and possible are the results of these undefeatable people who stood up for their dreams and goals. We can see their manifestations. That “four-minute barrier” no longer stop us to achieve our goal of running one-mile distance in less than four minutes, after Roger Banister’s attempt to completing it.

It is your time to leave a legacy. Entrepreneurs don’t stop dreaming and take steps to make possible what is impossible for centuries. Start dreaming now, before planning a success.
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Senior writer, author, and researcher at AromaNish, specializing in Psychology with an impact on information technology. As a writer, he writes about business, literature, human psychology, and technology, in blogs and websites for clients and businesses. Enjoys reading, writing and traveling when he is not here with us...

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