• Career

    Where do I Want to Go?

    But it’s not about the how; it’s about the where.

    – Rumi

    Where do you want to go?

    If you know that, you can reach the destination, but if you don’t know, you’ll keep on standing on the platform of life forever.

    Most of us are underachievers because we know more about how and less about where.

    We have an abundance of books and blogs, teachers and friends who are well-trained to explain how to achieve a goal. But rarely does someone come up with an idea to tell us where we must land.

    We’re running in a rat race where everyone wants to come first without knowing if it is worth investing the time in that race.

    No one is there to help us discover where we shall move to get happiness and success. Isn’t that a good idea to find it on your own?

    Begin with the end

    • Peace of Mind
    • Holistic Health
    • Outstanding Relationships
    • Financial Freedom

    These are not goals. They’re the values we’re chasing in the rat race of life without knowing that these are the outcomes of following to lifelong pursuit to know “Who we are and why we’re here on this planet?”

    The day we get the right question to ask ourselves, we start getting the most appropriate answer.

    The answer to your question, “Where do I want to go?”

    The place where I can ask myself a few of the most important questions about life. It's my home. 

    In my lifelong pursuit of finding the answers to questions like this, I found a unique way to create everything I need. I wish the same for you.

  • Career

    Why you’re Unable to Prepare Well for your Medical Examination?

    “One of the greatest discoveries a man makes, one of his great surprises, is to find he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.”

    – Henry Ford

    You can do it, but for that, you’ve to remove the shield of fear that prevents you from accessing the abundant resources of your unconscious mind.

    If you want to become a doctor, you’ve to qualify for the medical entrance, and for that, you’ve to prepare well.

    But when you start studying the subject, your mind is filled with fear.

    You’re thinking, “I am not good enough to qualify for this entrance examination. I’m wasting my time. I should quit and do something else.”

    The moment you start thinking that way, you fail to study well. You start writing a Story of Failure.

    Every day you’re doing the same thing and failing fast toward your dream. You’ve every external resource except a will to do something despite fear.

    There is no cure for this dis-ease except to feel the fear and do it anyway.

  • Career

    Where the Hell do You Want to Land?

    “Have a bias toward action – let’s see something happen now. You can break that big plan into small steps and take the first step right away.”

    – Indira Gandhi, Iron Lady of India

    Imagine you’re exploring infinite space in a spacecraft made up of exhaustible resources. The fuel is limited, and you don’t know where to go.

    Where you’ll land?

    Most probably, nowhere.

    Now, could you come here and listen to me?

    If you don’t know where to go, there is no destination for you. You’ll land somewhere, but you’ll waste time and sufficient resources that could otherwise have been used to create better things.

    The action is not sufficient. Hard work is not enough. Dedication is not exemplary.

    If you don’t have a goal, you’re like the space traveler who doesn’t know a planet to land.

    If you could’ve infinite time to live and an inexhaustible supply of resources, space exploration without a destination was worth it, but you know the reality.

    Could you set a big goal and keep it measurable?

    Scale is still one of the most important inventions. You can measure your progress.

    Create small milestones and start the journey.

  • Career

    How to Decide a Career for Yourself?

    “Write your own book instead of reading someone else’s book about success.”

    — Herb Brooks

    Most of our problems in life are related to others. We give so much importance to the ideas and opinions of others that we forget our uniqueness.

    The fish and bird both learn how to swim and fly, respectively. If we exchange their skills, both will die but still, we’ll get what we want- the meat.

    When we rely on the theories of educationists and so-called thinkers, we become an outdated program. The World is transforming at a pace theoretical systems can’t catch.

    We must develop a practical approach to the concepts we’re discussing. First, become an independent thinker if you want to become anything, and second seek financial freedom.

    Since both are the byproduct of our cultural upbringing and financial background, no one other than ourselves can teach us the exact procedure.

    You have a mind, and you’ve to use that. Make sufficient permutations and combinations to discover your path.

    I can suggest only one thing that never compromises your integrity and freedom. You can be irresponsible sometimes, but if you’re true to yourself, you’ll finally find your unique path.

  • Career

    I Don’t Know What To Do In My Life.

    “You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.”

    ― Jack London

    It’s okay if you don’t know what to do in life. Most people don’t yet pretend to know. You’re honest; hence you can learn.

    Forget passion and profession. Forget what you love to do and what you hate. Forget what everyone is saying.

    Imagine yourself living in a World where there is no concept of money. Everything is available to you free of cost. You don’t have to do anything except sit all day long and do nothing. Now, what you’ll do?

    Do you love that kind of existence?

    If not, come to real-life and think about something that excites you. Is there anything in this World that catches your attention, and you start feeling a funny sensation in your stomach whenever you hear about someone living larger than life image in that field?

    If nothing and no one comes to your mind, don’t worry. You’ve not reached the stage to begin self-discovery. Keep exploring, and not in a distant future. After reading this article, you’ll know where you wish to land in this lifetime.