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Thursday, 14 April 2016

Leap of Faith

At different stages of life one will find themselves in a fix. In a pickle of a situation, wondering whether something should be done or not. If the situation seems tricky, or out of your comfort zone, or may be out of the society's general trend, we would generally tend to not pursue it. Why go through all the trouble right? If I already have a job, paying me decently well enough, why should I try and want to do something different, even if say I don't enjoy my job to the fullest potential. The risk, the uncertainty, the pain and agony would/could be too much. Safer is better!

Well, here I ask you to take a leap of faith. If you have some dreams, which you are really passionate about, and have your own fair share of idea of how to go about it, then I suggest - take that leap of faith. Go for it. If you are in your 20s like me, or maybe even of a different age bracket, but more importantly have that financial security (no dependence or you can depend on someone like family), then you have no excuse for not trying! You have one life, go for it, live it to the fullest and realize your dreams! Realize your true potential, fulfill your passion and start that business. Become an entrepreneur.

Though, doing a business is risky you would argue. Fair enough, point taken. However, we live in a world, where every year there are countless number of new able graduates entering the market, all trying for a job you once had, at a lower price than your current salary. If recession hits again (it will one day, its a pattern), then you at the higher level would stand a greater risk of getting fired as well (depending on your field.) Also, think of this, if everyone simply took the safe route, then you my dear would not be having that job of yours right now, as there would be no business to employ you! Fighting against million other potential employees, or fighting against much fewer employers, which seems less risky now?

All said and done, of course you need to have:
1. That passion for business
2. A great idea for it to actually work
3. Patience till it actually starts returning profit for you
4. That grit and determination to face the world against all odds. Good things never come easy ;)
5. Never say die and keep trying attitude

If you have those, and maybe more, then please, get starting. It is never too late, and always a pleasant feeling to be one's own boss! Has a nice ring to it right? I have had the pleasure to have a certain few friends who are entrepreneurs, a lot of them self made. Kudos to them. I have tremendous amount of respect and appreciation for you guys. Keep it up.

Stay Hungry Stay Foolish

Signing out,


  1. Cool story bruh... labels mein mirana daalta

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    1. Glad you liked it. Thanks for dropping bye, do visit again :)

  4. Taking a leap of faith is an act of living. There are so many people who keep jobs or make careers just to make money and live. They are waiting for retirement only to find out that they might not reach this goal because of sickness or whatever tragedy might strike them.
    Taking a leap of faith is also a lifetime thing. You don't take it once and then stop. Living is taking a leap.

    Lastly, I want to say that a leap of faith doesn't guarantee success. You will fail in certain things but that doesn't mean you were wrong. Anyone who has ever achieved anything failed at some point in their lives. However, the leap of faith kept them moving until they reached their purpose.

    Your thoughts were excellent. I enjoyed reading them. Don't ever stop taking a leap of faith. You will go far.

    And thank you for visiting my blog.

    Visiting from the A to Z Blog Challenge.

    Patricia @ EverythingMustChange