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How to Dream Big and Achieve It

The basic rule for success is for you to continue to remind yourself that you are where you are,  and sometimes we also need to think that what you are because of that. When you introspect you often see that the current situation describes your decision. Everyone has individual choices for making the decisions and […]

Dream Big
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The basic rule for success is for you to continue to remind yourself that you are where you are,  and sometimes we also need to think that what you are because of that. When you introspect you often see that the current situation describes your decision.

Everyone has individual choices for making the decisions and it also leads us to the various new avenues and ventures. Being an entrepreneur I always had to make decisions and stand by it and there is no limit to it.

I always think that  “If you want your life to get better, you have to get better.” 

This simply means that your outer world will be a reflection of your inner world. If you want your outer world to improve, you must go to work on improving your inner world.

Neeraj Chopra – An entrepreneur from India, always believes in dreaming big and achieving it.

 If you want to have better employees, you must become a better manager.  If you want to have better children, you must become a better parent. And if you want to have better relationships, you must become a better person.

The greatest irony is that people are changing the outer world thinking that the world will change but they need to look out for their inner perspective and change themselves first, which is quite important. 

1. Never limit yourself, always challenge your potential 

Never dampen your spirits, if you want to grow professionally and personally but you are not here, so accept the challenge and move on. Never set big goals, always set small achievable goals. 

In fact, others may advise you to go conservative with your dreams to soften the blow should you fall short. 

2. Create something that stirs your soul as it will help to achieve the goal

When you last time Still, this vision has to be so exciting to you personally that nothing short will be acceptable. A sensible or practical goal will not get you there. As Victor Hugo said: :Each man should frame life so that at some future hour, fact and his dreaming meet.”

3. It’s not relevant 

Where you are at today has little to do with what happens moving forward. Some people allow their current positions to dominate their thoughts about future advancement. 

Those who make big things happen do so by accepting where they are today but simultaneously refuse to let this limit them. They realize they have far more control over their destinies than that. They stop focusing on what they don’t have and pour their energy into what they want.

4. Understand the power of momentum and it can be breathtaking :

The key to conquering the biggest obstacle is to dissect them into smaller challenges. The fastest sports car in the world doesn’t go instantaneously from 0 to 100 miles per hour. Cut the apple into small pieces and you will be able to chew well. Some people are daunted by a stretch goal, because it seems to afar.  Keep your eyes on the prize, but focus your daily attention on closing the gap just a little. The power of momentum engages — first steps become hops, jumps and leaps.

5. Thinking and aiming big forces you to be more creative, work harder and develop a bias towards action:

The people who achieve the biggest goals are often the people you’d least suspect. Superficially, on paper, people might not have big goals but they know what to achieve. This positive self-pressure generates growth. 

Don’t go for middle level goal as they never bring greatness in you.No goal is too large or challenging if you have the resolve to put in the work. Your next move or ambition can seem crazy to everyone else — but it doesn’t matter. Never let where you are at today limit you. 

In last, believe in one thing – YOURSELF.

This article is curated by Neeraj Chopra – who is ecommerce enthusiastic and avid reader.

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