I have no dreams. Fear was what was in my heart that day. I sat in my chair surrounded by two hundred hopeful eyes. We were all there, gathered in the multi-purpose room (also the conference center that day) for the same reason. Follow the dream. To find out what our heart desires.
Some of us wanted to be newspaper writers; others wanted to go to South America to start our own media company or a newspaper. Each dream represents a unique and beautiful dream, some particular skill that the world needs. The excitement in the room was infectious; it made me feel like I didn’t need to be there anymore. – What is your wish? The original question is necessary, and we will all try to answer it equally.
This is something we need to wear a badge. I think I said something mysterious and incomprehensible like “creator.” In other words, I don’t know. I don’t know what the dream is, what I’m doing there. When people ask me what I want to do with my life, I use big words and complicated phrases that mean very little to me, but it lights up people’s eyes so much that they become nervous and afraid to do anything. Exactly what I mean. “I want to be a Sherpa narrator,” he told a man with an iPad.
He shook his head, his fear of being followed obvious. Work done I talked about my daily grind in the meeting, but it was tedious. I was sure my dream was new and exciting, something I had never done before, but I would find it “out there” when it appeared in the sky.
During the meeting, he came to me, greeted me with a smile, and said we would start our life together. Whenever I answer a question, I feel like I’m burning out, people are slowing down, and I feel sorry for myself. I, a sad man, was at a dream conference, and he had no dreams—a boy with no future, just a brand. As I was about to leave my desk and head for the door, the keynote speaker took the stage. In short, I was interested. “There are people here who don’t know what your dreams are.
“Not many of you.” I looked around and saw many heads turning slowly. It surprised me that I did the same; I was a little worried about who was following me, but then I let go, and I can say I don’t know what I had done. “But it’s true,” he continued, “you know what your dream is.” . . . You’re just afraid to admit it. Your heart sank. Immediately when I said these words, one word came to my mind: writer. I’m not scared of failure now. I was afraid to try.
What if you don’t know? If you don’t see what you want? These are the questions we ask ourselves as we try to figure out what to do with our lives. It’s a good question—I asked it myself—but it’s not the right question. When we say we don’t know what to do, we ask a more profound question. we want to know, “Will you promise me I won’t fail?” And the answer is no.
Nobody believed it. Many spend the best years of their lives waiting for adventure instead of going out and experiencing it. After leaving his current situation, he dreamed about when his life would be different. Frustrated, they waited, not knowing the right way. And while they wait, the chance to live is gone.
The only logical decision is to move, not wait for a better time and choose the plan now. Yes, you can fail, but we all know what happens when you don’t try; nothing happens. There will be bumps in the road and wrong turns, but at least you can get some exercise.
We often think about things that call us, events that happen when we least expect it. But the truth is always there. You already know what you want to do with your life, even if you don’t know what it is. The trick is to find your hidden calling in life. I learned that when I thought of myself as a writer.
I started looking for answers and found that some of them were already inside me. We all want to “know” what we should do with our lives and share goals, but this job doesn’t work that way. It is not apparent and almost invisible, especially if you are a beginner. But when you take the first step and follow the action plan, you start to see the content. Most of us do not think that there is anything else in life.
We understand that everyone has a role in the big story. We don’t know what it is, but we know something is there. Some “lucky” buyers show it. They knew there was a reason and were determined to find it. Their approach is to take the first step, defeat the myth that “only you know,” and decide what to do. They learned one important lesson, as you might: understanding through practice. Sometimes, you have to accept the pressure that life throws at you.
We all think about what we should do in life. We may not know or miss it, but it is there, waiting to be seen. So, we don’t need a map, a shovel, or a toy. I always think the phone is something you know; if you don’t know, you don’t. But I see that it is not so.
You get challenges when you look back on your life and realize that you have tried to teach everything. What would you do if you could do anything? Everyone has an answer to this question. You can be with your children daily, travel the world, or write the latest book. You can spend some time on business ideas or accessories to buy a new camera to take pictures in the park daily. Or maybe you and your husband are sitting on the porch drinking coffee and enjoying the little things in life.
Everyone has an answer to this question if you work hard, which is essential advice. The problem is that our lives are not what we want them to be. Fear is what prevents us from living the life we want. We fear the unknown and what we might lose: our safety, reputation, and stamina.
This prevents us from working in life and not knowing the unknown calling. We fear what we don’t know. But the truth is, you won’t be good. As Mother Teresa once said, you have to believe. 7 Fear, uncertainty, ignorance: these obstacles prevent progress. And it will never go away. But if you want to know what to do, you must do everything.
What I am talking about here is called work. Finding yourself must be a fantastic journey that lasts forever. And where do you start? Wisdom As good as knows what your life has taught you. But when you try to solve this mystery, consider another helpful question: what if you don’t? This question should scare you.