Let me help you break the shackles of low esteem and bring forward the winner in you. We all strive for the best and feel unhappy when things do not go as we expected. My motto in life is different than many others; I believe that success though important is not the sole criteria to judge a person’s abilities. Failures bring the best out of us and allow us to stand tall in the turmoil of devastating failures. You must have heard of the famous saying, “Failures are the stepping stones to success”. Since no one is born perfect, we need to be perfect in our actions at all times and it just does not matter if we fail at times while giving an attempt. A perfect individual is one who can tolerate the failures of his life to go strong.
The basic reason why most of us fail meeting our expectations is not because we lack the killer instinct but because we tend to over-estimate over capabilities. In addition to that, we allow the “silent” happy moments of the life to be overshadowed by bad times of life.
I am no exception to this rule but one thing that makes me distinct from others is my zeal to be happy amidst all the worries and tensions of my life. When I was a teenager, I was quite emotional and used to feel low while encountering family issues and facing frequent abuses. This continuing phenomenon had a severe impact on my self-esteem, confidence and social interactions. I used to spend sleepless nights at my bed thinking about an amicable solution but just could not find any.
After a period of almost eight months, I decided to change my reasons of life and followed a zero-tolerance policy towards all besides making myself prepared for all the unforeseeable family events. Things did take a lot of time to settle down but like all dreams come true with efforts; this dream of mine finally saw a hope. This hope was identified by me at an earlier stage and I started managing my personal relationships in a better way. I started prioritizing things of my life and worked towards them, ignored bad things and followed a “forget all” attitude. My family members were initially astonished to see such a considerable change in my personality and soon followed in my footsteps.
Today, I am a winner in my own eyes and that’s what matters to me.