What’s The Problem?
“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”— Dale Carnegie
Most of us, many times, get entangled in a web of confusion. We don’t know what to do next? We stress out our brain, but the result is failure.
There is a continuous series of regret for the past and worry about the future. We find ourselves in memories of guilt and shame or anxiety and anger.
The more we think about ourselves, the more we face a bombardment of negatively charged emotions. Life gave us enough chances, but we failed to recognize the opportunities.
We kept on committing mistakes, and look, here we’re on the verge of extinction. The future seems dark.
We find ourselves helpless and hopeless.
Irrespective of your past and how bad you feel about yourself, I want to talk to you. Nothing will change with your thinking. The more you’ll think, the more you’ll be caught in the dark cloud of the web.
What you need is not thinking but freedom from thinking. Your mind is so complete that it has lost its ability to learn from past mistakes. It sees its point of view as filled with limitations.
You can harness the brain’s potential to help yourself. Find out your unique talents with that you can help people. The Internet has exploded opportunities that have never been before.
Empty the cup of your brain. Forget all that you’ve worked on it. Learn new skills that don’t demand a high I.Q. to earn money. All you need is an optimistic mindset that can witness the opportunities right before you.