“If you quit on the process, you are quitting on the result”

Each one of us wants to grow and succeed in life in whatever field we want.

Is that not true?

We also know for sure that at this point we are not equipped with the skillset and mindset which is required to reach that point, otherwise, we would have been there. The problem arises when you dream about something without realizing what it would take to reach there. With great enthusiasm, we start on a journey with only the destination in mind and without giving proper thought to the kinds of milestones that we have to come across to reach the destination.

For example, if you want to go from one country to another, you may not always find a direct flight. You might have to travel from the starting point to some other point before heading towards your destination.
Similarly, in life, when you start on a journey, you may not find a direct path between your starting point and destination. Your journey will take you to a point that may seem completely irrelevant but will prove to be one of the most important parts of the journey in the long run. Since we don’t realize it at that time, we end up quitting on the journey and thereby the destination too.

If we just stick around and stay consistent with our efforts, ultimately, the problems will quit on us.

Let me know your views on this.

Published by Sruti Shivakumar

An architect from India on a journey of self exploration

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