You always want an easy way to success, don’t you?
- You long for a million dollar lottery prize.
- You want promotion as soon as you join your job.
- You want wealth by the click of your fingers.
I am sure most of you crave for these in your life – the easy way.
Why do you always choose an easy way to success?
The answer is simple.
You want the best things in life. But you are not ready to work for it. Hard work is always draining and sapping.
- You do not have the patience to wait.
- You fear you might fail.
- You do not have a positive mindset
- You easily buckle under the problems you face in life.
While starting your journey on the way to success, don’t pray for an easy path; rather be determined to keep walking even with hurt teeth and a wounded body, less hope and more disappointments. Just don’t stop and it will be yours.’ –Senora Roy
Success is very important to you, isn’t it?
You feel worthy only when you achieve success.
But the success you get should be hard-earned and not handed in a platter to you.
No easy way to success – ‘Easy come, easy go’ – Golden proverb
When success is through your hard work you deserve it. It will be yours for a long time.
But when your success comes to you through freak luck you never value it. You throw it away through your smugness.
You invariably plunge to failure.
You will know the worth of success only when you work for it. I always value the story my grandmother used to tell us.
There lived a boy who was carefree, irresponsible and reckless. He always pestered his parents for money and squandered it at will.
His father thought of teaching him a lesson.
He told his son, ‘from now onward you have to earn your money. Work in our farm and you will be given daily wages. You have to spend within it. No more easy money for you’.
The son knew that his father meant business.
He had to look after the cattle, poultry and also the fields. The son was fatigued on the first day itself. But when his father handed him the money for his hard work, he felt as if he had dug gold.
The money looked so precious.
‘It is my hard-earned money. I will never squander it away as it is my sweat and toil.’
The irresponsible son turned responsible as he knew the value of money when it was truly earned by him. He never will throw away his money again.
A good moral story isn’t it?
Success too should be hard-earned.
Of course it would be nice to win a million dollar lottery prize, wouldn’t it?
But how many of you can have such a luck?
Not even a handful, I would say!
If your dream is to win such a lottery prize, yours will only be a pipe dream – very feeble, fickle and unreachable.
It is not going to happen anyway!
Do you know your fantasy of easy success will always remain a yonder dream?
Very far and unreachable.
But your dream of success can come true if you put your hard work into it.
Hard work never disappoints. Your success might be delayed. But it is never denied to you as long as you keep trying.
The payoff of your hard work is stunningly high. But your input of intelligence, improvisation, smart thinking and relentless work should be tremendous and sincere.
You get nothing when you do nothing.
Craving for achievement in life is very natural and human.
But to think that success should come to you with ease is nothing short of brazen lack of motive to earn your success.
Unless your success is earned, it never stays with you. When it comes to you through your toil and sweat you will never let it go.