There comes a time in everyone’s life, where they dream to achieve high, put in the best of efforts but still, the destination seems out of reach. Big goals and ambitions seem to create an illusion that you are doing everything right, promote ardor and make you feel “good” that at least you have an aim in life. However, just having an aim, suffice in today’s high-demanding scenario?
Without proper planning and follow-through, your aim might not live to see the light of achievement.
An average human has their lives segregated into two different parts, one in which they feel accomplished and the other in which they do not. The feeling of accomplishment is influenced by how we are acting as a leader.
Being your true self
You can build a fulfilling life if you have laid its foundation well. Defining a set of values and abiding by what you commit to, is the key to success!
It makes a great difference if you are perceived as a reliable entity. Corporate-life requires you to immerse into stupendous amounts of work, while it might be suitable to many, its compelling nature of stretching limits makes it tiresome and at some point in time, saturating.
This creates a sense of oblivion where you might accidentally commit to things, you pre-dominantly know you will not be able to fulfill, however, in the capacity of gaining explicit recognition, you might end up confining yourself to fulfilling other’s requirement, while entirely neglecting yours. If on the off chance you are not able to regard the requisites, you stand vulnerable to being deemed as ‘unreliable’.
Define your own values and limits. Play in your own safe zone, until you actually consider stepping out of it. Stick to your true self.
Defining your own vision
Defining your vision will help you get to the core of what you expect from your life. While complex visions might drive you into a delirium corner of less-informed decisions, simple vision tends to help you build a clear strategic plan.
This will not only make it easier to achieve what you desire, but will also help you project your true self to others.
Take the time to define who you really are and what you really want to be. Reflect on the areas that matter and those which do not and make incremental changes.