With every no, I moved a little more closer to perfection.
The idea of being settled in a routine, in our comfort zones, is also a motivation; besides other things.
Is there a reason we have the phrase “too good to be true”? Must be so, right?
Are we rather than being content about being connected and being technologically advanced becoming slaves to such distractions?
How then do we define our work efficiency and productivity? Because all this made me realise that the less time I put in, the more I’ll be able to give out.
Irrespective of the kind of job, you are the person you are.
At work, we have different goals and are expected to behave a certain way (at least at most of the jobs). But at home, with our family and friends, we are unrestrained.
How do I keep myself entertained? Well, simple! I stay connected (almost always) through the virtual world.
What would you choose, a job that pays well but you don’t like or a job which you love but isn’t that fulfilling financially?
The key lies in acceptance; acceptance of one’s limitations, acceptance of others’ ideas and opinions, and more importantly, acceptance of the fact that others might be right too as well.