Now, if you guys have been reading my blogs for a while, you probably know that I share my experiences and views about certain topics and help today’s increasingly depressed youth in not only becoming self motivated but also gain self esteem.
The first thing I’d like to clear about my blog is that I’m not always motivated. I make myself motivated enough to work my ass off for any given task. How? Well the desire to experiment and implement is what has helped me in becoming a much better person than I was before I started writing these blogs.
My sole reason to write blogs was to make myself a busy (’cause I had all the time in the world😉). But later I realized how writing stuff I believe in, and sharing them with others helps me to apply the same with myself. Yes, in many of my blogs, I have written my thoughts first and then applied them. But the good part is that I usually have to apply it otherwise I feel like a boastful person with fake credit.
What I’ve learnt by implementing all the self-help advices that I’ve somehow known in my life, is that in the end, if you truly believe in anything be it some kind of superstition or an actual scientific fact, it actually happens.
I truly believed that I’m multi talented. Boastful much? Haha no, It’s just something I believe since doing just one thing never appeals to me. So I started thinking of myself as a very multitasking and talented girl and you know what happened? I started attracting all opportunities that I wanted to have. I’m a part of TED club, rotaract club, English theatre, participated in MUN, doing all this, I’m still a good student. Like maybe not a straight A student but my overall result is always an A1 or A2.
I’ve always liked the way successful people give TED talks and guess what? To my surprise, I’ve been selected (in my whole school with the strength of about 450 students in only the sophomore year)along with 4-5 other people, to deliver a TED talk in my school at the age of 16! Other than this, I always wanted to help in social issues, and even thought the entry to rotaract club is from age group 17, the daughter of the president asked me day before yesterday if I’d like to be a part of it and I said YES like any sane person would in my place. I attracted these opportunities because I believed in my worth and I always visualised a better version of myself. But had I not started implementing the idea of true belief, I wouldn’t be getting these opportunities.
1 year ago, I participated in nothing and was a nobody to everyone other than the people who knew me because of me getting medals in karate in my society and my friends. But look at me now! I’m attracting all the good stuff happening to me.
So I’d just like to say that whatever you read, be it a superstition or an actual fact, if you don’t fully believe in it and implement it in your life, nothing good or bad will happen to you.