When nothing goes right…

Sometime, we’ve all felt like we’re drowning in mud.

You feel stuck, worthless, and confused.

You want to move. You should. You have to. But you can’t.

And then it evolves into anxiety, fear, and depression.

But what if—just what if—being stuck isn’t the problem, but how we perceive it?

From our childhood our teachers, our parents and so called relatives have taught us that

If you study hard you got good result.

If you got good result you get good job.

And As usual habit of finding pattern we tend our mind that

When we put in X amount of work, we get Y results.

So we also set a Y for our life and started putting X amount of work.

When we set meaningful goals, we tend to push ourselves with our entire mind.

But, the truth is that life doesn’t work out in a linear way, there are many different factors. The road of life passes through all kinds of unexpected twists, turns, and bumps.

You may put your 100% in X amount of work and still not reach to your Y.

And at that time having such rigid expectations will ultimately lead you to crash, when your plans don’t work out.

A 19 year old boy worked as an ambulance driver, he decided to fulfil his dream. So, quit his job and started his first company but at that time he had little money to pay rent, being forced to live with friends and often without food. But he failed to sell a single product. At the age of 22, he went bankrupt after the brutal failure of his cartoon series. He started working at a newspaper agency, where he was fired by the editor, who accused him of being lazy, lacking imagination and creativity.

After a few years – after a long time when he was without income, he finally tasted success in his new company. But his success was short-lived and his team members were pooched by his distributes and had nowhere to live and little money for food.

But his secret of success was within him. Out of the disaster he created his first Mickey Mouse character and, suddenly, Walter Disney was on the road to real success.

Mickey Mouse that eventually created history. Walter Disney was an American animator, film producer and entrepreneur.

But what did he do when nothing was going right in his life?

He kept going. He kept waiting for the next bad thing to happen and a little stronger every time.

He did not become CEO of a multi-million company in first attempt but he still there, waiting for the next bad thing to happen and a lot stronger every time.

Walt Disney didn’t let failure stop him and he gives us a lesson to learn.

Face it. Fight it. Forget it……

Face it. Fight it. Forget it…….

But grow through it. And some day magical happen.

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