“I can do it, Nothing is impossible for me, I can do much better than others” – these words possibly have been treated as the success mantras by many aspiring people. We have heard them as well through various sources. Don’t you think its high time you articulate a success mantra of yours. We at STHREEJEEVAN help you unleash your hidden potential. To make it authentic and genuine here’s a way to tell you how you have already been doing it. The only thing you didn’t do was recognize it or accredit it with a special name.
We women who are multifaceted need to realise our worth. In a day we play multiple roles. A cup of hot coffee or tea served to husband gives him a kick start for the day. Getting children ready for school with their favourite delicacies cooked and packed with utmost care projects the love, affection and concern we have for them. Attending elders at home highlights our service-mindedness. These feelings in a way are playing the role of motivational tricks for our loved ones.
But God forbid at times when something goes wrong and we are chided for it, we feel shattered and break down emotionally. We expect someone to console us or sympathise with us. If it’s done fine, or else we feel de-motivated. At times we are blamed of complaining and cribbing. On such an occasion we need to do a self-analysis as to why people say so. They have always seen us as strong, stable and supportive individuals. When we tumble they can’t accept it. Their rude behaviour in a way is a warning for us- “Don’t give up, it’s just a slip, get up and start again. You are capable of much more.” We need to evaluate the inert concern for us there which is also explicit of the fact that only if we are motivated we can motivate others. Self-motivation is that spark which would kindle the flame in other sources. Come-on ladies lets talk and illumine the lives of others like us. Nothing can hold you back apart from your own convictions and inhibitions. Set it aside and move forward.
“PUSH YOURSELF FORWARD FOR NO ONE ELSE IS GOING TO DO IT FOR YOU.”
by Sujatha Sairam, Chennai