We live in a cause-and-effect world. You’ll reap what you sow, but you need to be patient. Luckily, as an introvert, I am much more comfortable with delaying gratification than extroverts are. That doesn’t mean that extrovert can’t achieve their dreams. It just means that you must remember that gratification may not happen quickly and that’s okay. Keep working at it.
Don’t wait for the right time. I used to be satisfied with status quo, but once I got sick, things changed. I became thirsty for something greater. Are you tired of waiting for the ‘perfect time’ to pursue your biggest dreams? That’s because there is no ‘perfect time’. Start now.
Don’t let fear call all the shots. The best way to achieve your dream is to start working towards them. Never stop striving to create the reality you desire. When you start expecting to succeed instead of hoping not to fail, you’re likely to succeed more often.
“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” – Maya Angelou
Slow and steady wins the race.
“Show them who you are.” —Ramonda, to T’Challa, during his first challenge duel