See Past the Hardships

Broadly speaking, if you confront doubt and see past the worries of the moment, immediately you’ll sense a shift in your spirit. You’ll regain hope that things will turn better. This is one of the most effective ways to handle the pressure packed moments and feel stronger.

Let me ask: can you visualize the best possible outcome to your personal or business problems? Do you believe that you can cross the survival line? The harsh reality is that many people don’t. They think that success is for someone else, a better person, or an intelligent person. This is not true and is perhaps the greatest obstacle people face while advancing towards their dreams.

Here is the encouragement: if you are to cross the finish line, you should have an unwavering belief that what you are doing will succeed. You must believe you have enough stamina. It is possible, and you can do it.

What if it’s real? Look at these Olympic champions; each time someone comes and surprises us by breaking the records, which was seemingly impossible sometime back. What is true for Olympians is equally true for you.

The message in short is this, “don’t let fear do all the talking; take control in your hand, and imagine the best possible solution to every problem of yours.”

Keeping above thoughts in mind, can you envisage yourself entering into prosperous time? Can you see it clearly? Okay, close your eyes take a deep breath and start imagining that you have passed through trouble times and your business is thriving once again. You have an office at a posh place and you’re successfully competing with the best of your rivals.

At this moment can you see the beautiful office building? Can you see your sales agents closing deals with clients? Can you see the employees working together as a team? Are they smiling? Can you see the conversation you’re having with your staff in your cabin? Can you see people saying this job is amazing? Can you see satisfied customers? Can you see it all?

An effort to look beyond the moment seems small but the return is huge. It won’t allow you to fall victim to your current situations, rather help you to stay afloat psychologically while transitioning from bad time to great. In other words, this will be the starting point to reaching your solution. Imagination is a powerful tool; it’s just like a flash light in the hands of a leader to walk past the dark nights. So use it often.

(Extract from my book- Rise Today, Lead Tomorrow, that have been recently published)

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About Deepak Singh

I am an inspirational speaker, HR professional and a writer. Possess two decades of experience in International Sales, HR, and Trainings before transitioning into writing. My area of focus is in the field of entrepreneurship, sports leadership, and human behavior. Apart from that, I’m passionate about all things related to personal growth and self-discovery. But that’s not all. I explore, learn and discover ways to unlock the mysteries of success in life, business, and sports. In that spirit, I like to help people realize their true potential. Ideally, however, most joy I find in inspiring individuals to breakout and achieve their dreams.
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4 Responses to See Past the Hardships

  1. Ksheer Shree Mehta says:

    Sir You post so many inspiring blogs now i will definitely read your book ☺😃

  2. Deepak Singh says:

    Thank you so much for the lovely compliment! Truly made me happy.

  3. Great post, Deepak. How we see determines our outcome.

  4. Deepak Singh says:

    Thanks, Christine. That’s very hopeful thought.

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