Is that the right way?

‘People often complain about lack of time, when lack of direction is the real problem’

– Zig Ziglar

You perfectly know that in order to realize those starry dreams, you need to wake up. Similarly, to make that promising start, you need to put diligent efforts and you must not stop till you reach the end of the road. But do you know how the area stretched between the start and the end is to be covered?

Most of us lie between this grey area, between the rosy start and the infinite end. We are much ahead of the start point to turn back and too far from the goal. It is right here we tend to give up. Or else, we stay there making insignificant efforts and often waiting for a miracle to make our dream come true.Β We often come across advises in those weighted words stressing unrelenting pursuit of our goals, which sadly are forgotten as soon we read them or sometimes the inspiration dies down after a day or two, leaving is within the middle of the puddle.

To overcome this, why not start planning for each day and examine the results at the end of each night?

How about making best use of the time we spend in useless regret?

One thing which can make you stop and think in this regard is how some trifling fifteen minutes everyday can equal to one work day!

So according to me, any direction would become right if we make efforts at the right places and work smartly.Most importantly, unless you have that ardent inner desire to make your dream come true, you would never wake up.

For those who would like to break the long siesta, I would like to share an image with Β some great tips to manage time, which if adopted could make everything else fall in line and hasten our steps towards our aim. Wish youΒ a fruitful reading!

This post is in response to 03 days-03 quotes challenge. I am thankful to Prakash Hegade and Gaurav Luthra for giving me the opportunity to craft three great posts. I leave this open for anyone to join. You can self nominate by simply posting a quote each on three consecutive days, thanking your nominator and nominating fellow bloggers if you like or make it an open challenge like I did.

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19 comments

  1. Somali K Chakrabarti · August 23, 2015

    Absolutely on the mark Hargun.. Creating barriers of entry is something that is just as essential as all the others as it helps to focus.

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    • Hargun Wahi · August 23, 2015

      Indeed it is. It aids to enhance productivity while bringing in efficiency and effectiveness.
      Moreover, All of us are face unique circumstances in the journey of life. A thing which works for one may not work for another. I’m glad you liked the post and found what fits you best πŸ™‚
      Thank you for a wonderful comment Somali.

      Like

  2. Jackie Jain · August 23, 2015

    Very well said Hargun.. And the quote is amazing.. Time is an important factor and should be used in an efficient manner.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hargun Wahi · August 23, 2015

      There is a quote which goes like:
      ‘Bad news is Time Flies, the good news is we are the pilot’
      That really suns up the whole time issue… We are the pilots after all πŸ˜‰
      Also, I’m glad you liked the post.Thanks and Good night !

      Liked by 1 person

  3. eloquentparadise · August 23, 2015

    A point well made, dear one.
    As they say, “Time is everything, and so is the timing”.
    I loved how you talked about daily inspection of the efforts you put each day. That is what I do each night.
    Also I’d like to add that you need inspiration, the kind that doesn’t die down. And that’s how you’ll wake up to the realisation of your dreams.

    This was a thoughtful post. Good Work πŸ˜€

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hargun Wahi · August 24, 2015

      Yes, couldn’t agree more. And such motivation could only come when we internally motivated i.e. a strong inner desire to achieve something.
      Moreover,I love the fact how you monitor your daily progress. Keep it up!
      I’m really glad you agree with the point I made in the post. Thanks for an insightful comment πŸ™‚

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Prakash Hegade · August 24, 2015

    That’s very nice quote. And your supporting text is really well put. Planning is ultimately important. I know its difficult to follow always, but to be there, it is just needed in a very right way. πŸ™‚ Nice post.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hargun Wahi · August 24, 2015

      Yes, planning is indeed very important, as crucial is sticking to it. We make plans and leave them midway, procrastinating.
      But just like you said, if we really want to be ‘there’, we need to follow it diligently.

      I’m glad you liked the quote and the thoughts i wanted to convey.Thanks for your appreciation πŸ™‚
      I totally enjoyed this challenge πŸ˜€

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  5. Indrani · August 24, 2015

    You are so right about the quote. Often we loose time before we realize there was lack of direction in our efforts. Well said.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hargun Wahi · August 24, 2015

      Indeed, that is very true. I think planning well and keeping them flexible to alteration in light of changes could help to tackle the issue.
      I’m glad you liked the post. Thanks a lot !

      Like

  6. saaranshsinghpundir · August 24, 2015

    Wonderfully put….this is smart conceptual writing…. really nice read πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Darshith Badiyani · August 25, 2015

    Zig ziglar is awesome And the way you explained stuff is really worth reading and implementing πŸ˜‰

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Hargun Wahi · August 25, 2015

    Thank you!
    I just wrote what I feel and have gone through. Somewhere those tips are for me as well πŸ™‚

    Like

  9. Ashish kumar · September 10, 2015

    Very well articulate post. The quote is so powerful. Very well written. πŸ™‚

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Hargun Wahi · September 13, 2015

    Thanks a lot!
    I’m glad you liked it.
    Happy blogging πŸ™‚

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