We all have dreams and passions – those which can be easily believed, and those which we don’t reveal to avoid making a joke of ourselves. Some dreams might seem enormous – hard to achieve and beyond your reach. Somewhat close to impossible, or unbelievably hard. You crave them and…Continue reading: 11 Realistic Ways to Start Working on Your Passion
Firstly, people don’t want to be seen as fools.
I mean no wants to be the social oddball who is seen as a dreamer. People think of themselves as dreamers, but they don’t want to be called one.
Being a dreamer makes you vulnerable all at once. Everyone comes to know what you’re up to – your plans, your tiny aspirations, and your intentions – there’s no way out.Continue reading: 6 Lies You Tell Yourself That Don’t Let You Start
You know that feeling, right? When you feel like you can do what you’re planning, and become blind to all your doubts and probabilities of failures. You begin to feel like you’re infallible. Nothing can drag you down. And even if something can, you won’t let it get you. That’s…Continue reading: The Only Significant Purpose of Motivation in Life
“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” – Plato It has been a few years since I’ve started working on my dream of becoming a writer. But now when I look back…Continue reading: 5 Fears Which Don’t Let You Act on Your Dreams
You might have heard the word anonymous. The one which also means nameless, unknown, and faceless. This word isn’t much weird, but if you think more deeply about it, it is. I’ve been curious about it. Almost always. To me, it represents a mystery. An untold story. In my school, when…Continue reading: What Staying in the Background Can Teach You About Work