Just Do It

This blog is mainly me talking to myself.

Story 1

Voice- 1: I think I am a Jack of all and Master of none.

Voice2: Ok. Even if that is true, what can you do to change it? You have to keep doing more of what you do to ultimately master/improve them all. Stopping comes from the fear of being judged and you do not want to surrender to short lived fears.

Story 2

Voice-1: There is this school friend I want to talk to. But, you know, we are not in much contact.. First I thought I should share this meme to her. She would find it relatable. But I don’t think she even remembers me. Plus hu eni sathe vaat shu karis? Awkward thai jase..

Voice-2: Yes, it is possible that you may not have much to talk about and initially it may get awkward. But you do want to change this, right? You are not in contact, that’s sad. But you can change this only by coming in contact, right?

Trust me, I have done this more than once. It did become awkward. But eventually we talked again after few days and today we talk like we were never separated. (And talking gets awkward with people you talk to every other day alsoπŸ˜….. So how is that even an excuse here?)

I just attended a Leadership webinar today and that empowered me to write this.

If you feel something similar that you are uncomfortable about:

1: Accept that its true:

Accept it even if it’s not true. For example in ‘Master of none’ case, it’s very hard to defeat your ego into accepting that. But if you do not accept it, how can you change it?

You do not want your Ego to be fed by starving Self Growth.

2: Accept the Need to Change:

You do want to change it. It makes you sad. But being sad doesn’t help, Changing does.

3: Overcome Hesitation:

The stronger voice in you has helped you Numerous times. It’s your duty to atlest listen to it. Then ultimately you are the best judge (this statement always comes with a lot of Trust). Even when it’s a battle between strong and coward, the Judge always has to be strong. That’s how he gives fair judgments. Doesn’t mean it always supports the strong! (Does that make sense or am I blabbering aanything?)

But the point is, What’s the worst that could happen? (This is the magical question that helps me deal with all my fears) Already you are not in contact with that friend. One more awkward conversation can do no worse. But there is a chance that it may do something nice! Then why not go for it?

Certain facts in life can be changed only by Not Stopping.

Yeah! I did post this blog! Such conversations usually just stay in my head or utmost come to my diary. This article could have seemed as a very Obvious chain of thoughts. It is nothing extraordinary. But if this appeals as a reminder(that they can do it) to even one person, it would solve the purpose of publishing it.

Thank you for reading!

Tell me what you think about this..


9 thoughts on “Just Do It”

  1. You do make perfect sense! (Not blabbering) πŸ˜…β˜ΊοΈ
    And “what worse can happen?” is an excellent motivating Q. β˜ΊοΈπŸ‘πŸΌ
    Keep it up! And keep writing πŸ˜‡

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