Everyone is born with the potential to make a difference in the world. However, many of us never explore their speciality whole life.
When we start a new journey like entering in education, job or relationship we feel excited about it. Not only we enjoy but we put our best. Our life seems meaningful.
The tragedy is that with the time we lose ourself with the routine tasks. Often we get so busy that we do not find the energy to explore ourself further. And in most cases, we settle for ordinary life.
“Everyone has Talent but not Everyone use it”~ Deepak Rajpal
Never ever, doubt your existence in this world. Even if you can make a little difference in one person’s life, you should go on it. This is what that gives us the purpose of life.
3 things you should always focus on your life:
- Keep improving on whatever you are doing. It may be your education, your job, your office or your routine tasks at home.
- Find time to pursue your hobbies and interest what makes you alive. It could be cooking, travelling, music, painting, singing, reading or writing.
- Explore the real talent within you which could be one of above or you never know something else.
“Everybody has talent, it’s just a matter of moving around until you’ve discovered what it is.”George Lucas
In my official blog, you will find a glimpse of different aspects of my work. I will share how to deal with challenges in life and achieve success.
I have been reading Robin Sharma, Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, Paulo Coelho, Stephen R Covey. I write/talk about motivation, happiness, relationships, productivity & spirituality. You can find my articles on https://visionshine.com. For my podcasts, you may visit www.YouTube.com and CastBox.
If I talk about my profession, I work as a WordPress (Software) Developer in NCR, India. I also keep myself updated with SEO & Digital Marketing trends.
I always find time to pursue hobbies such as Poetry, Singing & Travelling.
I felt the same as Erma Bombeck said, “When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, ‘I used everything you gave me.'”
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