We do not live the same lives that people lived a millennium before; we humans have evolved to a new whole new level. Ancient men and women found only natural things to pass their time and make a living.
In today’s time, as we know it, we have many artificial things associated with us in our modern lives.
Not a post to judge whether these things are for the good or otherwise; rather, let’s look at what’s those little things we do knowingly or unknowingly hinder our success.
In our modern era, everybody should understand things better and stop doing these silly things to keep them close to success and happiness in life.
STOP CARING ABOUT OTHERS OPINION
This is so simple, yet we succumb to the pothole of thinking about others judging our actions and behaviors. In reality, no one truly cares what you are doing and puts an end to the thoughts others think about you.
There is a famous quote or saying, “We suffer more in imagination than in reality”.
There is a lot of difference between hustling and juggling between work. You are so right in hustling to become what you want to become, but you can just juggle and ask to be placed on the throne. You must stop doing too many things at a time and concentrate on very few at a time.
In our modern era, we are constantly fed with information on social media and everywhere. One must master the skill of limiting themselves in what one consumes and stop multitasking.
SEEK PURPOSE, NOT PLEASURE
You might be a millennial, but that doesn’t mean every millennial can become as successful as Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) and Evan Spiegel (Snap chat). When we seek purpose, we tend to be disciplined all the time.
That’s the secret mantra between ultra-successful people and normal ones. We seek pleasure, and so we spend endless hours on Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc, but these pleasures are so temporary.
STOP BEING ANYWHERE BUT HERE
There are almost 7.7 billion people on this planet, and we worry about placing ourselves in the future. We got to be where we are and work hard to be where we want to be.
Instead of constantly daydreaming, we must do what it takes. One must differentiate between daydreaming and visualizing success.
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