Do you think dashing after things makes it easier to acquire them? We seem so haphazard or extremely passionate; focusing on achieving what we require to do with ourselves ,but then all of a sudden our intense aims puff down like smokes outs of a chimney . We don’t actually know usually what we desire the earnest. Seriously in a race to succeed ; we don’t even realize we are not living in a moment. We want to reach the mountain before even we start climbing it .
I have learnt that aims are there to make us want to aspire big , but in a greed to accomplish every aim we forget what we are currently doing. Leaving it to rot won’t help , but it ‘ll overburden and traumatize you. So, distinctly the remedy for sure is a deep breath and trying to tell your raging aim hormones to “Have a tad bit control sugar!” Taking one step at a time will help wondrously; making us all glee with our little success rendezvous ,and our serene-conscious embracing us and telling “See! A tad bit slow-down approach helps you attain your intended aspirations” Like the Waterfall model described in software engineering; though this term is a bit irrelevant here,but I think this method should be applied in reality as well. The Waterfall models says that
Things should be taken step by step, firstly focusing on current aim .if its completed then move on to the next module of life. This way we can have the contentment of accomplishment and no regret to bruise our memories.
So everything is best suited at a proper time and place. Trying being a bit wise and tolerant with your aims. No doubt, you ll achieve them but see things happen best when attained at a particular moment.
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