People ask me whether to chase the passion or be a dispassionate common man with average zeal. My advice is “Do whatever you can handle without regrets”. Chasing your passion comes with lot of unseen sacrifices and endless efforts. You aren’t chasing your passion for others, so, do not expect acceptance from others when you achieve your goals. That is the only way to enjoy your journey and destination if you are persistent on achieving your goals.
You are a Leader. You are born to lead. Challenges are the fuel and Solutions build your confidence.
Leaders carry a basic instinct of being farsighted. Risks make your role necessary and significant in any organization. Most of the decisions are to be made with conviction without having any visibility. The number of intuitions you get right and the accuracy of the solution towards the problems make you an excellent Leader.
The journey to being a Leader is very intimidating. You walk alone. Your focus is unquestionable. Your visibility cannot be reached by most of them. What you see is not even thought of by others. So the acceptance levels are poor. But you not only carry a vision but also compliment it with your efforts and pave a way through the mist.
You carry the crowd along to reach the destination. You build the direction for many who would be lost otherwise. Your mere presence motivates people.
You can never give relaxation to yourself because everyone around you is observing you. You do not have a choice than to lead by example or to be looked down upon by others.
Your journey is unique. You have the courage to be positive throughout the journey. Your journey doesn’t have a final destination. The destination keeps altering every time you reach a milestone.
A problem needs a solution; a solution doesn’t need a solution. You see solutions to every problem even before it arises. You aren’t a victim of any situation. You are a warrior in any situation. Hats off – to every leader of any department, Company, State, and the Country. You make the world worth living twice.